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Fukushima disaster anniversary: Abe says Japan 'cannot do without' nuclear power
World

Fukushima disaster anniversary: Abe says Japan 'cannot do without' nuclear power

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe today said Japan "cannot do without" nuclear power, speaking on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the devastating Fukushima disaster.

Govt plans to set up more nuclear power plants in Bihar, Haryana and Punjab
India

Govt plans to set up more nuclear power plants in Bihar, Haryana and Punjab

To meet the country's growing needs, the government plans to set up nuclear power plants in Bihar, Haryana and Punjab.

India's nuclear deal with Russia is a good development, but nowhere near enough
World

India's nuclear deal with Russia is a good development, but nowhere near enough

Narendra Modi's visit to Russia yielded 16 agreements ranging from defence, energy, space cooperation, manufacturing, and education. Of particular interest to some has been the announcement regarding the purchase of Russian nuclear reactors for Kudankulam as well as an as-yet-undecided site.

L&T, Godrej group, BHEL warming up to govt's renewed nuclear power push
Business

L&T, Godrej group, BHEL warming up to govt's renewed nuclear power push

There are now signs India's $150 billion dollar nuclear power program is finally getting off the ground

Pakistan rules out sharing nukes with Saudis, anyone else
World

Pakistan rules out sharing nukes with Saudis, anyone else

Pakistan ruled out sharing its nuclear weapons with Saudi Arabia, insisting on Friday that the atomic arsenal would continue serving solely for Pakistan's national defense even as world powers and Iran near a possible nuclear agreement.

Modi-Obama summit: The optics of Nuclear deal outweigh the substance
World

Modi-Obama summit: The optics of Nuclear deal outweigh the substance

The agreement on the Indo-US nuclear deal is more optics than a major forward movement on nuclear power projects. The real gains of the Modi-Obama summit are the end of mistrust and a positive environment for future collaboration

IAEA chief urges vigilance against 'terrorist' nuke threats
World

IAEA chief urges vigilance against 'terrorist' nuke threats

The head of the UN's atomic watchdog today warned that "terrorists" could attack or sabotage nuclear facilities in countries where security is weak, and urged governments not to let their guard down.

India doesn't want to be saddled with out-dated nuclear tech: Goyal
India

India doesn't want to be saddled with out-dated nuclear tech: Goyal

As government charts out a multi- pronged growth agenda for power sector, it is cautious about not being saddled with technology discarded by West in the name of nuclear energy.

Iran defends refusal to let UN nuclear agency experts in
World

Iran defends refusal to let UN nuclear agency experts in

Western officials say Iran needs to cooperate with the IAEA probe if it wants to reach a diplomatic deal with world powers.

US considering new offer to Iran that allows Tehran to retain half the nuke project
World

US considering new offer to Iran that allows Tehran to retain half the nuke project

The US is considering softening present demands that Iran gut its uranium enrichment program in favor of a new proposal.

There is abundance of opportunities here in India, Tony Abbott tells India Inc
Economy

There is abundance of opportunities here in India, Tony Abbott tells India Inc

Tony Abbott is expected to meet new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior ministers during a two-day visit also aimed at boosting trade.<br />

Greenpeace members on trial in France for daring nuclear break-in
World

Greenpeace members on trial in France for daring nuclear break-in

Fifty-five Greenpeace activists from some 20 countries go on trial in France on Thursday for an audacious break-in at the country's oldest nuclear power plant to highlight weaknesses at atomic installations.

Uranium deal in offing, Abbott says India offers abundant opportunities
World

Uranium deal in offing, Abbott says India offers abundant opportunities

Tony Abbott is expected to meet new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior ministers during a two-day visit also aimed at boosting trade.

Thailand rules out Nuclear power, says will look at coal to meet energy needs
World

Thailand rules out Nuclear power, says will look at coal to meet energy needs

Ruling out construction of nuclear power plants, Thailand's military junta has said it will look into coal powered power plants to meet energy needs of the country.

Uranium shortage hit nuclear power generation target in 11th Plan
India

Uranium shortage hit nuclear power generation target in 11th Plan

The target of nuclear energy generation in the 11th Five Year Plan (2007-2012) was 1,63,395 Million Units (MUs), which was revised to 1,24,608 MUs.

Iran can produce material for nuclear bomb in just 2 months: US
World

Iran can produce material for nuclear bomb in just 2 months: US

The United States said on Tuesday that Iran has the ability to produce fissile material for a nuclear bomb in two months, if it so decided, as Tehran and six world powers swung into a new round of talks in Vienna on resolving their atomic dispute.

Contaminated water still troubles Fukushima nuclear plant
World

Contaminated water still troubles Fukushima nuclear plant

Plant chief Akira Ono said Monday that improving water management is crucial to the decontamination of the area so evacuees can return to their homes.

Budget 2014: Not just auto, energy sector gets a fillip too
India

Budget 2014: Not just auto, energy sector gets a fillip too

The government plans to continue the direct benefit transfer to LPG consumers, through the AadhAar card. The process of cash-transfer is currently suspended. Chidambaram said 57 crore Aadhar cards have already been issued.

Iran to move faster to acquire nuclear technology
World

Iran to move faster to acquire nuclear technology

Iran will move at a faster pace to acquire nuclear technology, the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran's (AEOI) head Ali-Akbar Salehi said Monday.

England nuclear plant reports elevated radiation levels
World

England nuclear plant reports elevated radiation levels

Sellafield said in a statement Friday it had found "elevated levels of radioactivity at one of the on-site radiation monitors at the north end of the site."