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Protesters against proposed N-power plant in Gujarat fear Central move may accelerate land acquisition

By Our Representative After a gap of nearly six months, a series of protests seemed to once again shake the sleepy Mithi Virdi village, not very far from Gujarat’s south Saurashtra coast, where the Government of India has proposed a… Continue Reading →

Modi on a nuclear shopping spree, with Manmohan Singh’s old bag in his hand

  Kumar Sundaram If untamed inflation, cries of corruption and impunity of ministers with serious criminal cases were not enough to give us a feel of continuity with the last government, the new Indian PM’s foreign visits would definitely provide… Continue Reading →

Modi’s Nuclear Diplomacy: Same Drug,Stronger Dose

  Power at the expense of safety? The Modi government may seek to dilute the liability laws that would indict nuclear energy suppliers in the event ofan accident Kumar Sundaram Delhi  The responses to India’s ratification of the IAEA’s Additional Protocol… Continue Reading →

Anti nuclear struggle in India was funded by people

‘Our struggle was funded by the people’ A. SHAIKMOHIDEEN S.P. Udayakumar. Interview with S.P. Udayakumar, coordinator, People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy. By T.S. SUBRAMANIAN S.P. UDAYAKUMAR, coordinator of the People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE), was consistently in the news from… Continue Reading →

India nuke enrichment plant expansion operational in 2015 #WTFnews

BY DOUGLAS BUSVINE NEW DELHI Fri Jun 20, 2014   India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes out of a meeting room to receive his Bhutanese counterpart Tshering Tobgay before the start of their bilateral meeting in New Delhi May 27, 2014…. Continue Reading →

CNDP Statement on the anniversary of Pokhran nuclear tests #mustshare

May 13, 2014   On the anniversary of India’s May 11-13 1998 nuclear tests, the Coalition For Nuclear Disarmament And Peace(CNDP) reiterates its resolve to struggle for a nuclear weapons-free South Asia and world. India’s peace-loving, democratic people continue to… Continue Reading →

International Uranium Film Festival comes to Mumbai- 18-20thApril

88th EDITION – International Uranium Film Festival DAY 1 – FRIDAY, APRIL 18 11 am – 1.15 pm (ATOMIC BOMBS) THE LAST FLOWER – Iran, 2013, 6 min, Director: Sima Baghery, Fiction, Animation, no dialoge ATOMIC BOMBS ON THE PLANET EARTH –… Continue Reading →

Solar power is the best & natural substitution for energy needs

    AK RAMDAS | 11/03/2014 02:16 PM |   Moneylife.com   What India truly needs is the setting up of small and medium size solar panel manufacturers who can offer turn-key jobs to individual houses   The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) is… Continue Reading →

“If They Arrest me,they make me a martyr and a winner’- S P Udayakumar

March 11, 2014 ‘The Congress will be gone from the political scene. The BJP and Congress are the two sides of the same evil coin,’ anti-Koodankulam nuclear plant activist and new AAP member S P Udaykumar tells Rediff.com‘s A Ganesh Nadar…. Continue Reading →

Press Release – No More Fukushima in Gujarat

Yesterday on 9 March 2014, Sunday at 5.00 pm. the Sarpanchs (Village Panchayat Head) Mr. Shaktisinh Gohil – Jasapara, Ms. Samuben Dabhi – Mithivirdi, Ms. Vilasba Gohil  Mandva, Mr. Pruthvirajsinh Gohil – Khadarpar, Mr. Dayalbhai  Jambucha – Paniyali and the members of these Gram… Continue Reading →

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