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Nuclear experts describe the MoU as a backdoor attempt to draw India into the NPT

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Souuthern Zone, Chennai) in the matter of Southern Region Mines and Mineral based Workers Welfare Association Vs Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change dated 08/02/2016 regarding manual mining of beach sand minerals as against mechanized mining.

NGT asks Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change to consider the representations of V.V.Minerals and Industrial Minerals India Private Ltd. seeking for relaxation of the condition of manual mining and shifting to mechanized mining of beach sand minerals.

New India-France Agreement To Conform To `Make In India' Campaign

Asks NPCIL to comply with 10 conditions including application of safety measures suggested after Fukushima accident.

Board chief for more interactions with public to allay fears

Asks NPCIL to submit revised report with specific data on radioactivity, land acquisition

Safety review of all Indian NPPs was conducted by a task force of NPCIL and the expert committee of AERB

Far removed from any protest-din, a nuclear power plant 40 km south of Chennai, is all set to achieving a milestone – loading of liquid sodium.

Govts have carried out court-mandated safety measures at the nuclear plant, it said

The Supreme Court on Thursday shrugged off the last objections from activists and people that the Central and Tamil Nadu governments had failed to carry out court-mandated safety measures to clear the commissioning of the Kudankulam nuclear power project.

Petitioner's advocate had alleged that the plant had been commissioned in grave disregard of the safety guidelines.

In a moral boost for the outgoing UPA-II, the Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a petition to stall commissioning of the Kudankulam nuclear plant in Tamil Nadu while expressing satisfaction at the government’s steps towards safety measures.