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#India -Village falls within Jaitapur nuclear reactor’s 2-km danger zone #WTFnews

Nitin Ghanekar reports in  Hindustan times, June 10, 2013 Since we are so close to the plant, we fear that we might be displaced. SACHIN WAGH DHARE, a Dhanivare resident JAITAPUR/MUMBAI: Residents of Dhanivare village are a worried lot. Given… Continue Reading →

DAE 1972 Chakravarty Report states Jaitapur has potential sources of Earthquake

          A section of the Jaitapur nuclear plant site selection committee’s report that was withheld by the government and was recently retrieved by a local Premanand Tiwarkar through the Right to Information Act (RTI) contradicts Nuclear… Continue Reading →

#India – Centre’s report indicates Nuclear plant not safe for Jaitapur

Sunday, Apr 28, 2013, | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Dilnaz Boga A section of the Jaitapur nuclear plant site selection committee’s report that was withheld by the government and was recently retrieved by a local Premanand Tiwarkar through the… Continue Reading →

India has led the arms race in South Asia

Dr M.V. Ramana is a nuclear physicist who works in Nuclear Futures Laboratory and Programme on Science and Global Security, both at Princeton University. Author of several books on nuclear energy, Ramana recently published The Power of Promise: Explaining Nuclear… Continue Reading →

Inside India’s WoRld of Nuclear Failures #DAE

[Mail Today (India)] Al Bawaba Ltd. Tomes on India’s nuclear establishment are seldom racily written or free from rhetoric. Here’s anotable exception from aPrinceton scholar NNUCLEAR- RELATED issues have dominated public discourse in the country with varying intensity since 1998,… Continue Reading →

Exclusive and Explosive : Public safety info not for public: DAE

Though the central information commission and the Bombay high court have both reiterated that public safety issues must be given precedence, the department of atomic energy (DAE) continues to reject RTI applications seeking information on public safety, citing this information… Continue Reading →

Kalpakkam Data-Morbidity Survey

After being in denial for years, the department of atomic energy (DAE) has for the first time admitted that the deaths of its employees at the Kalpakkam nuclear site and their dependents were because of multiple myeloma, a rare form… Continue Reading →

DNA investigations: Deaths confirm cancer risk near N-reactors

Saturday, Jan 14, 2012, By Gangadhar S Patil | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA After being in denial for years, the department of atomic energy (DAE) has for the first time admitted that the deaths of its employees at the… Continue Reading →

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