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US hopes to invest in India's nuclear projects

Feb 10, 2015

US hopes to invest in India's nuclear projects

The US has expressed hoped that its companies would participate in India's nuclear projects as the country has reached an understanding with America about its existing nuclear liability regime. #Barack Obama #US #Nuclear energy #United States of America #Nuclear projects
Indian victims cannot sue foreign suppliers for nuclear accident, says govt

Feb 08, 2015

Indian victims cannot sue foreign suppliers for nuclear accident, says govt

Foreign suppliers of atomic reactors to India cannot be sued for the damages by victims of a nuclear accident but can be held liable by the operator who has the right of recourse, government said today #India #NewsTracker #Nuclear energy #nuclear reactor #Nuclear accident #US-India Nuclear Deal #Foreign suppliers
Obama-Modi solve nuclear deal impasse: But what will it cost India?

Jan 28, 2015

Obama-Modi solve nuclear deal impasse: But what will it cost India?

In the event of a Fukushima-type disaster which cost Japan almost $105 billion in India, every penny of the liability would be borne by Indians, their government and public sector companies. And, if the compensation is inadequate, the victims may not even be allowed to take the supplier to court. #United States #India #UPA #BJP #ConnectTheDots #Nuclear energy #Fukushima #India US nuclear deal
Indo-US nuclear deal: Why is Modi pursuing what looks like a total loss in N-energy?

Jan 26, 2015

Indo-US nuclear deal: Why is Modi pursuing what looks like a total loss in N-energy?

The approval of the insurance agreement means that all suppliers, not only Americans, will now be freed from liability, and the Indian taxpayer would pick up the tab should there be, heaven forbid, a nuclear calamity. #World #United States #India #China #Japan #US #Nuclear energy #Vietnam #Chernobyl #Republic Day #clean energy