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South Asia keenly observes first small, modular, floating Nuclear Power Plant

By Ritu Sharma
So far the floating nuclear reactors in the world have been used for propulsion in the aircraft carrier, nuclear-powered submarine or in ice-breakers.

First time since Fukushima nuclear power generation increases

Online Desk
For the first time since the Tsunami hit Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in 2011 and created panic in the world about nuclear power, the prospect ot nuclear power generation have shown an upward trend.

Life in a Nuclear City

Ritu Sharma
Sosnovy Bor derives its name from the pine forest around it. The youngest city in the Leningrad region and located about 80 km from the city of St Petersburg, Sosnovy Bor is a Nuclear City as it is home to Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant.

Russian-built world’s first nuclear power plant reaches port, will start operations soon

Ritu Sharma
World’s first floating nuclear power reactor built by Russia has been brought to the port in Pevek, Chukotka (in Russia’s far east) where it will be connected to the grid and start operation by the end of the year.

Balancing Economic Imperatives in India-Russia Civil Nuclear Cooperation

Kapil Patil
During the recently concluded Annual Summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Vladimir Putin at Vladivostok, the two leaders reviewed the bilateral civil nuclear energy cooperation and expressed an overall satisfaction at the progress achieved in the Russian-designed Kudankulam nuclear power plant (KKNPP) in India.

A Nuclear-Powered India to combat Climate Change

Ritu Sharma
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s renewed pitch to the United Nations Secretary General to get a seat on the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) table has underlined India’s need to harness the atomic power to counter climate change and walk towards sustainable development.
Bangladesh specifies facilities for Indian consultants for Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant

Modi-Putin look forward to nuclear-powered future

NUCLEAR ASIA
Taking a leaf from their succesful cooperation on Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, Russia is looking to set up 12 new nuclear power units in India in the coming two decades.