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First unit of Kudankulam nuke-plant to be connected to power grid

Aug 16, 2013

First unit of Kudankulam nuke-plant to be connected to power grid

The first unit of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant is likely to be connected to the grid by this month end as Atomic Energy Regulatory Board has given its nod to increase power generation by 50 per cent up to 500 MW, a senior KNPP official said here today. #NewsTracker #Kudankulam nuclear plant #Kudankulam #Nuclear power in India
Nuclear thaw: Westinghouse to build nuclear power plant in Gujarat

Jun 14, 2012

Nuclear thaw: Westinghouse to build nuclear power plant in Gujarat

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton confirmed on Wednesday that Westinghouse Electric Co. has signed a MoU with the Nuclear Power Corporation of India that would pave the way for construction of nuclear power plants in Gujarat. #United States #Gujarat #NewsTracker #Hillary Clinton #Nuclear power in India #Westinghouse Electric Company
No objections to Kudankulam nuclear power project: Lanka

Apr 16, 2012

No objections to Kudankulam nuclear power project: Lanka

Sri Lanka has not brought up the issue of the safety of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant against India's voting at the 19th session of the UNHRC, said Lanka's Atomic Energy Authority, dismissing media reports that Colombo was against the project. #Sri Lanka #Nuclear power in India #Outline of Sri Lanka #Lankan energy minister #IAEA General
Kudankulam project may begin production in 2 months: Jaya

Mar 29, 2012

Kudankulam project may begin production in 2 months: Jaya

Jaya's government had given the green signal after maintaining silence for months on commissioning of KNPP, paving the way for immediate resumption of Kudankulam nuclear power project. #NewsTracker #Nuclear power #J. Jayalalithaa #Dravidian political parties #AIADMK government #Nuclear power in India

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Kudankulam project may begin production in 2 months: Jaya

Aug 12, 2014

Indian leader says Pakistan is waging 'proxy war'

(AP) -- India's prime minister on Tuesday accused Pakistan of waging a proxy, terrorist war because it was too weak to fight a conventional one, a day after India accused its traditional rival of violating cease-fire agreements in the disputed Himala... #India #Pakistan #Nawaz Sharif #Narendra Modi #Leh, Ladakh
Kudankulam project may begin production in 2 months: Jaya

Aug 13, 2014

India's Modi says a wilted Pakistan resorts to terrorism

NEW DELHI -- Pakistan has lost the strength to fight a conventional war and resorts to terrorism, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said two weeks before diplomats from the nuclear-armed neighbors meet to revive peace talks. "The neighboring countr... #India #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #New Delhi #Islamabad #Nawaz Sharif #Bharatiya Janata Party #Lashkar-e-Taiba #Kashmir, India