CAG faults NPCIL for cost overruns on Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant

Plan transmission corridors with nuclear plant: R K Pandey

Shambhudeep Hore
The BJP-led Indian government has been keen on augmenting its nuclear power generation capability but the director of the national apex body for Training and Human Resources Development in power sector says lack of transmission infrastructure is the biggest impediment on this road.

India’s indigenous nuclear energy program will not impede cooperation with Russia: M R Srinivasan

TASS/NUCLEAR ASIA
The cooperation between India and Russia on the nuclear energy front will not be impeded by New Delhi’s programme to build its own nuclear reactors.

India and Russia signed an agreement on the third stage of Kudankulam nuclear power plant construction

PTI/NUCLEARPOWER.ASIA
India and Russia on Thursday concluded a much-awaited pact for setting up the last two units of the Kundankulam nuclear power plant with Moscow’s help in Tamil Nadu after overcoming initial hurdles to finalise the strategic deal.

Bangladesh approved the draft of an agreement with Russia on spent nuclear fuel

ENERGYBANGLA.COM
The Cabinet approved the draft of an agreement titled ‘Agreement between the Russian Federation and Bangladesh on Cooperation Concerning Return of Spent Nuclear Fuel from Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant to the Russian Federation’.

India flirts with nuclear firms facing financial ruin

IANS
For long a pariah in the global nuclear technology market, Indian policymakers are pleasantly discovering how the boot is on the other foot as they are furiously courted by foreign firms themselves facing financial ruin.

Russia to engage India in Rooppur NPP construction in Bangladesh

Sputnik
Russia’s state-owned nuclear corporation Rosatom plans to engage Indian experts in the construction of the first Bangladeshi nuclear power plant (NPP) Rooppur, the company’s CEO Alexey Likhachev told Sputnik on the sidelines of the St.

Units 5 and 6 of Kudankulam nuclear power plant to cost around Rs 50,000 crore

PTI
The fifth and the sixth unit of India’s largest nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu will cost about Rs 50,000 crore to build with half of it being funded by Russia as loan.