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Outrage Over Safety Issues at Indian Nuke Plant

By K. S. HarikrishnanReprint |   ips news Residents of Kudankulam, a village in Tamil Nadu, protest against the Indian Supreme Court verdict approving construction of a nuclear power plant. Credit: K. S. Harikrishnan/IPS KUDANKULAM, India, Jun 14 2013 (IPS) – The Tirunelveli… Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to the Media houses in India!

  The Struggle Committee                                                                     June 16, 2013 People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE) Idinthakarai & P. O. 627 104 Tirunelveli District Tamil Nadu Dear friends: Greetings! Please allow us to bring the following to your kind attention in the larger interests… Continue Reading →

Koodankulam Must Be Stopped: Dr. A Gopalakrishnan #nuclear

DiaNuke Dr. A Gopalakrishnan, the former Chairman of India’s Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, has raised some urgent issues in his article in the New Indian Express today that the government must address before commissioning Koodankulam. Please click on the picture… Continue Reading →

Zio-Podolsk Scandal – Save Our Souls Part – 3 #nuclear

Rosatom-owned company accused of selling shoddy equipment to reactors at home and abroad, pocketing profits CharlesDigges, 28-02-2012 Russian Federal Prosecutors have accused a company owned by the country’s nuclear energy corporation, Rosatom, with massive corruption and manufacturing substandard equipment for nuclear… Continue Reading →

Zio-Podolsk Scandal – Save Our Souls – Part 2 #Nuclear

Zio-Podolsk: The Complete Story By- CharlesDigges It all started on May 2, 1919 as the repair assembly plant called the Steam-Engine. Repair of locomotives was carried out until 1930. A total of 863 locomotives repaired. In 1931, the plant was converted… Continue Reading →

Koodankulam: Shoddy equipment develops leaks, #India Wake up call

February 17, 2013, 8:21 pm by Sam Rajappa   ACCORDING to the Department of Atomic Energy and the authorities of Nuclear Power Corporation of India, the loading of uranium fuel rods at the 1,000 MWe-capacity first unit of the Koodankulam… Continue Reading →

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