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Coal power plants in India flouting emission control norms

Coal power plants in India flouting emission control norms: Report

IANS
Out of around 500 units of coal-based power plants in India over 300 are not adhering to the emission norms notified by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change in December 2015, a report by Greenpeace India, Help Delhi Breathe, My Right to Breathe, Jhatkaa, The Climate Agenda and Urban Jyoti Abhiyaan (URJA) said.
Reactor vessel for Kudakulam Nuclear Power Plant Unit 3 to arrive in July 2018

Reactor vessel for Unit 3 of Kudakulam Nuclear Power Plant in India to arrive in July 2018: Vladimir Angelov

NUCLEAR ASIA
The second unit of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) in Tamil Nadu reached its full capacity of 1000 MW on December 5.
How ionising radiation has helped in the preservation of medical products

How ionising radiation has helped in the preservation of medical products

NUCLEAR ASIA
Over the past decades, radiation processing has gained traction for preservation of a host of things ranging from everyday use food products to artefacts for prolonged usage by saving them from the vagaries of nature and possibilities of physical harm.
China to oppose India's Nuclear Suppliers Group entry

China to oppose India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group entry: Geng Shuang

IANS
Despite Russia`s promise to persuade China to let India become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Beijing said its stance on the issue remained unchanged.
The World's Largest Fusion Plant built with India participation reaches halfway point

World’s Largest Fusion N-Plant built with India participation reaches halfway point

IANS / NUCLEAR ASIA
The world’s biggest and most expensive nuclear fusion research project, known as the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), in which India is a scientific partner is now 50 per cent built.
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in India safe from Fukushima-like disaster

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in India safe from Fukushima-like disaster: Vladimir Asmolov

IANS / NUCLEAR ASIA
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil Nadu and other similar projects of Russian design meet all post-Fukushima safety requirements with particular attention was given to withstanding external hazards, like an earthquake or a tsunami, said an official of Russia’s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation.
Experts call for more nuclear research facilities in Bangladesh as construction begins on Rooppur N-plant

Experts call for more nuclear research facilities in Bangladesh as construction begins on Rooppur N-plant

NUCLEAR ASIA
As Bangladesh is celebrating the pouring of First Concrete for nuclear power plant at Rooppur, energy experts in the country call for setting up laboratories and facilities for nuclear research and expanding its scope.