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First nuclear plant in Belarus stops power output day after it was inaugurated
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First nuclear plant in Belarus stops power output day after it was inaugurated

Authorities say the plant's construction was plagued by accidents, stolen materials and the mistreatment of workers.

Donald Trump vs Greta Thunberg showdown at Davos this week draws on crux of global climate debate
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Donald Trump vs Greta Thunberg showdown at Davos this week draws on crux of global climate debate

Trump dismissed activists for advocating a form of 'radical socialism', which Americans reject – a message that hit home with some in the business-heavy audience.

Has technology made moving nuclear materials safe? Depends on whom you ask
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Has technology made moving nuclear materials safe? Depends on whom you ask

There’s enough high-level nuclear waste awaiting disposal in the U.S. to fill a football field 20 meters deep.

Russia's floating nuclear power plant completes Arctic transfer, reaches Pevek port
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Russia's floating nuclear power plant completes Arctic transfer, reaches Pevek port

The world's northernmost nuclear power plant will start operating once connected to the local electricity grid.

Russia launches 'Chernobyl on ice' in the Arctic inspite of danger warnings
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Russia launches 'Chernobyl on ice' in the Arctic inspite of danger warnings

The nuclear reactor Akademik Lomonosov is 144-metre long weighs 21,000 tons and has two reactors.

CERN's new concept for a next-gen particle smasher dwarfs the Large Hadron
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CERN's new concept for a next-gen particle smasher dwarfs the Large Hadron

CERN scientists have laid out a $40 billion vision to build a reactor 4 times larger than the LHC.

India ranks 19th in 'theft ranking' for countries with weapons usable nuclear materials, says index
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India ranks 19th in 'theft ranking' for countries with weapons usable nuclear materials, says index

India has improved its ranking by one spot from 2016 and now stands 19th in the 'theft ranking' for countries with weapons usable nuclear materials.

Madras Atomic Power Station in Kalpakkam conducts surprise site emergency exercise
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Madras Atomic Power Station in Kalpakkam conducts surprise site emergency exercise

The exercise is conducted to test the preparedness of the units during remote emergency situations.

France, world's most nuclear-dependent nation, faces 'failings' in nuclear safety
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France, world's most nuclear-dependent nation, faces 'failings' in nuclear safety

The lawmakers said the number of safety incidents in France "has risen steadily".

India's attitude towards Pakistan changed after Islamabad's 1998 nuclear tests: Nawaz Sharif
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India's attitude towards Pakistan changed after Islamabad's 1998 nuclear tests: Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday claimed that India's attitude towards Pakistan changed after Islamabad conducted nuclear tests in 1998.

Pokhran-II: Govt's motive still questionable as nuclear tests did India no good, only fuelled Pakistan's hunger for nukes
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Pokhran-II: Govt's motive still questionable as nuclear tests did India no good, only fuelled Pakistan's hunger for nukes

The losses that the 1998 Pokhran-II nuclear tests caused to India and its economy have never been discussed. And as the lack of celebrations on the 20th-anniversary of the nuclear tests show, India has moved on as if nothing happened.

Mike Pompeo-Kim Jong-un meet: Trump optimistic about June summit with North Korea, but 'will walk' out if it doesn't go well
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Mike Pompeo-Kim Jong-un meet: Trump optimistic about June summit with North Korea, but 'will walk' out if it doesn't go well

US President Donald Trump has expressed optimism about his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, but said he'd be willing to walk out if the meeting fails to meet his expectation.

Kim Jong-un's sister Kim Yo-jong returns to North Korea; Pyongyang expresses willingness to end hostility with South
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Kim Jong-un's sister Kim Yo-jong returns to North Korea; Pyongyang expresses willingness to end hostility with South

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister headed home after a whirlwind three days in South Korea, where she sat among world dignitaries at the Olympics.

Homi Bhabha's death anniversary: Remembering the visionary, scientific advisor to PMs who fathered India's nuclear programme
India

Homi Bhabha's death anniversary: Remembering the visionary, scientific advisor to PMs who fathered India's nuclear programme

Much of India's current nuclear status couldn't have been possible without the immense contribution of Homi Jehangir Bhabha.

NC leader Farooq Abdullah claims PoK belongs to Pakistan; rejects the idea of 'Azad Kashmir'
India

NC leader Farooq Abdullah claims PoK belongs to Pakistan; rejects the idea of 'Azad Kashmir'

Farooq Abdullah said that talk of an independent Kashmir was "wrong" as Valley is landlocked and surrounded by three nuclear powers— China, Pakistan, and India.

Restarting of Kudankulam nuclear power plant delayed by one month to 3 November
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Restarting of Kudankulam nuclear power plant delayed by one month to 3 November

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 to collaborate on Bangladesh nuclear plant, New Delhi's maiden atomic project abroad
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India, Russia to collaborate on Bangladesh nuclear plant, New Delhi's maiden atomic project abroad

India said it is collaborating with Russia to build the Rooppur nuclear power plant in Bangladesh, the first initiative under a Indo-Russia deal to undertake atomic energy projects in neutral countries. It would also be India's first atomic energy venture abroad

North Korea vows to make US pay if UN Security Council approves proposed sanctions
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North Korea vows to make US pay if UN Security Council approves proposed sanctions

North Korea says it will make the US pay a heavy price if a proposal Washington is backing to impose the toughest sanctions ever on Pyongyang is approved.

Use of military force is not 'first choice', but will not tolerate North Korea's actions, says Donald Trump
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Use of military force is not 'first choice', but will not tolerate North Korea's actions, says Donald Trump

President Donald Trump warned that the US would no longer tolerate North Korea’s actions but said the use of military force will not be his “first choice.”

North Korea missile test: US can't afford to abandon South Korea alliance, East Asia partners are watching
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North Korea missile test: US can't afford to abandon South Korea alliance, East Asia partners are watching

The US has many reasons to continue its alliance with South Korea and must get into damage control mode to save it.