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Scientists use waste to recover uranium from polluted waters 7.9.2009 New Kerala: World News
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NPCIL improves power level of nine reactors to 70% 7.9.2009 DNA: Money
The fuel starved Indian nuclear power plants have improved their power level up to 70% with an increase in supply of uranium from the Turamdih uranium mill in Jharkhand.
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Scientists use waste to recover uranium from polluted waters 7.9.2009 Sify News
Researchers at Birmingham University, UK, using bacteria and inositol phosphate, a chemical analogue of a cheap waste material from plants, have recovered uranium from the polluted waters from
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Scientists use waste to recover uranium from polluted waters 7.9.2009 Oneindia.in: News
Washington, September 7 (ANI): Researchers at Birmingham University, UK, using bacteria and inositol phosphate, a chemical analogue of a cheap waste material from plants, have recovered uranium from the polluted waters from uranium mines.
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Ukraine to begin construction of new Chernobyl shelter! 7.9.2009 Zee News : World
Ukraine is about to begin the construction of a new shelter above the devastated fourth unit of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, officials said.
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Toshiba may outsource top-line chip production 7.9.2009 Mint: Latest
Toshiba is in talks with Chartered and Globalfoundries, that develop next-generation system chips, used in a wide range of electronics from game consoles to digital cameras
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Imperial keen to set 'foot' in India 7.9.2009 TOI: All Headlines
Imperial keen to set 'foot' in India
Scientists want Chidambaram to disprove claims 7.9.2009 Hindu: National
Mumbai: Some nuclear physicists said the onus was on R. Chidambaram, who was the head of the Department of Atomic Energy during Pokhran-II in 1998, to disprove the claim of ex-DRDO scientist K. Santhanam that this thermonuclear test was not a ...
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Train service required 7.9.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Sir, — The number of people visiting Gulbarga from Hubli, Koppal, Hospet, Bellary and other places is increasing. In the absence of direct trains to Gulbarga from these places, people are forced to travel by road. I request the ...
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Eyeing a recovery 7.9.2009 Business Standard: Markets & Investing
Despite the gloomy economic outlook in its key markets and an Rs 46 crore loss in the June quarter, the stock price of Bharat Forge (BFL) has run up 71 per cent from its July lows. The markets seem to have been impressed by the recent announcements of the company on the potential of the non-auto businesses and the board approval for a $150 million equity issue.
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‘Opportunities are waiting’ 7.9.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
YS Mayya, chairman and managing director, Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Hyderabad talked to Hindustan Times about the ECIL’s latest forays. Excerpts:
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Pokhran II row: N-physicists want ex-AEC chief to disprove claims! 7.9.2009 Zee News : India National
Some nuclear physicists have said the onus was on R Chidambaram to disprove the claim of ex-DRDO scientist K Santhanam that this thermonuclear test was not a complete success.
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Pokhran II row: Nuke physicists want ex-AEC chief to disprove claims 6.9.2009 DNA: Top News
Some nuclear physicists have said the onus was on R Chidambaram to disprove the claim of ex-DRDO scientist K Santhanam that this thermonuclear test was not a complete success.
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Reassure army on H-bomb yield: VP Malik 6.9.2009 New Indian Express
Reassure army on H-bomb yield: VP Malik
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Scientists need to reassure army on H-bomb yield: Ex-Indian Army chief 6.9.2009 Express India-- Front Page
Scientists need to reassure army on H-bomb yield: Ex-Indian Army chief
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Seek to develop strategic ties with India: Australia ! 6.9.2009 Zee News : India National
Australia has ruled out uranium sale to New Delhi but is keen to develop strategic partnership and ensure that India becomes a "front-ranking" nation with which it has such ties.
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Australia wants to develop strategic ties with India 6.9.2009 DNA: India
Australian deputy prime minister Julia Gillard said her country wants to build defence and security ties with India.
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Thousands participate in anti-nuclear demonstrations in Germany 6.9.2009 New Kerala: World News
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As RSS tightens grip, BJP set to lose votes 6.9.2009 Asian Age: Opinion
Arun Nehru Sept.06 : Governance is never easy and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has shown concern on several issues covering the economy, drought and security issues, both internal and external. But is this concern reflected by action on ground? Even as we fight on several fronts, the Union finance ministry is putting in a great deal of effort to ensure a respectable growth pattern despite the poor monsoons and the drought. The experience and ability of finance minister Pranab Mukherjee is a big positive for the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. In my opinion, home minister P. Chidambaram has done extremely well given the time constraints. Looking at the grim security situation around us it’s clear that we need to put in ...
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A forward defensive stroke 6.9.2009 Business Standard: Markets & Investing
Consistent procurement of defence equipment should throw up some multi-baggers in the next few years.
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