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ISRO was targeted by the same malware that was used to attack NPCIL's Kudankulam nuclear plant: Report
The officials at the nuclear plant and ISRO were made aware of the security breach on 4 September.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted a private dinner for Russian president Vladimir Putin. The dinner meeting comes a day ahead of the 19th India-Russia annual summit, which will see the two countries signing agreements to boost cooperation in keys sectors such as defence, space, trade, energy and tourism, among others
Vladimir Putin in India: As Russian president arrives with S-400 deal, New Delhi's strategic autonomy gets more skin in game
Russian president Vladimir Putin’s arrival presents a moment of rare clarity for India.
Vladimir Putin arrives in India today; India, Russia to sign 20 pacts, focus on S-400 air defence systems deal
The focus during the visit will be on the S-400 Triumf air defence missile systems agreement with a top Kremlin aide saying on Tuesday that Putin will oversee the signing of the "$5 billion deal".
Amid Donald Trump's flip flops, Vladimir Putin's visit offers New Delhi a chance to rejuvenate ties with Russia
The story doing the rounds in New Delhi’s power corridors is that Moscow is acutely unhappy about the dip in relations in recent years, even while India cosies up to the US.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said there are proof of links between terror outfits and those who oppose developmental projects in states.
Kudankulam, around 650 km from Chennai, has two 1,000 MW nuclear power plants, built with Russian equipment.
The mega nuclear power plant was shut down on 4 August due to hydrogen concentration in the stator was originally expected to restart on 4 September.
India, Russia sign three contracts, to begin work on units 5 and 6 of Kudankulam nuclear power plant
India and Russia have signed contracts for priority design works and supply of main equipment for units 5 and 6 of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu
At present, India and Russia have signed an agreement for six 1,000-MW nuclear reactors, of which two have been built and are operational at Kudankulam.
Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswamy urged the Centre to allocatethe entire 2,000 MW power from the third and fourth nuclear power units in Kudankulam to the state.
The NPCIL on Thursday put the 'first pour of concrete' for unit three of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP), marking the commencement of construction work with a deadline.
Narendra Modi showing courage by backing out of OBOR wasn't enough. It is also necessary to initiate countervailing measures to make up for the loss of economic benefits that would have accrued from OBOR
The reactors will be built by India's Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd and Russia's Atomstroyexport company
Kudankulam protests: Seeking livelihood, a village in Tamil Nadu fights under constant shadow of sedition
Villagers and fishermen at Idinthakari had joined the struggle against the Kudankulam power plant because of its long-term adverse impacts on their lives.
India and Russia are likely to sign the General Framework Agreement (GFA) on Kudankulam units 5 and 6 by this month.
The second unit of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in Tamil Nadu was formally launched on Saturday.
Kudankulam could in the near future be operating on the newer generation TVS-2M fuel assembly, which is safer, more reliable and more economical.
The second 1,000 MW unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu was connected to the grid on Monday, said a senior official.