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India ranks below Pakistan in Nuclear – safety index

Jan 9, 2014, The Hindu The HinduA file photo of the Tarapur Atomic Power Station, run by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, in Maharashtra. Photo: V.V. Krishnan   India has been ranked below its two nuclear-armed neighbours —… Continue Reading →

Whistleblower: Nuclear Disaster in America is waiting to happen

AlterNet / By William Boardman Key federal official warns that the public has been kept in the dark about safety risks. November 28, 2012  | Photo Credit: Aleksey Klints/ Shutterstock.com  This article was published in partnership with GlobalPossibilities.org. The likelihood was… Continue Reading →

#India – Nuclear safety before vendor interests

October 30, 2012, The Hindu M. V. Ramana Suvrat Raju Photo: AP BEYOND MEGAWATT: Making the operator and supplier share liability is not only fair but crucial from the point of view of cover. The question that must be asked, is… Continue Reading →

Flunking Atomic Audits- CAG Reports and Nuclear Power

      Vol – XLVII No. 39, September 29, 2012 | M V Ramana     The recent Comptroller and Auditor General‘s report on the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board and, more broadly, on nuclear safety regulation has highlighted many serious organisational… Continue Reading →

Koondakulam Officia lsite evaluation is faulty- Report #antinuke

REPORT ON EVALUATION OF KUDANKUALM SITE FOR LCOATION OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT PRESENTS IT AS A KILLER PROJECT  http://tshivajirao.blogspot.in/2012/05/why-kudankulam-reactors-are-killers-of.html Note:This report obtained by Kudankulam anti- nuclear  activists from NPCIL under pressure of the RTI Act is presented as rough draft as certain… Continue Reading →

Dear Prime Minister, are you listening to the right people, Sir?

REBUTTAL TO ‘SAFETY’ CLAIMS MADE BY PM MANMOHAN SINGH ON MAY 16, 2012 Anuj Wankhede The Prime Minister of India – on Wednesday May 16, 2012- made a statement on the floor of the House regarding the safety of the… Continue Reading →

‘Areva reactor meets advanced safety requirements’

NEW DELHI, February 9, 2012 R. Ramachandran There will be no additional cost to the EPR 1650 MWe Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR), a Generation III+ nuclear reactor developed by Areva of France, in complying with the additional safety requirements recommended… Continue Reading →

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