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Russia invites India to join fast-neutron reactor project 31.10.2016 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Russia invites India to join fast-neutron reactor project
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Russia invites India to join fast-neutron reactor project 31.10.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Russia has invited India to join in developing next-generation nuclear reactors and to participate in its fast-reactor research project, an official of Rosatom, the country's state atomic energy corporation, has said.
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UN atomic chief reports on agency's role in nuclear safety, sustainable development, combating illness 20.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
UN atomic chief reports on agency's role in nuclear safety, sustainable development, combating illness
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Thaw could release Cold War-era U.S. toxic waste buried under Greenland’s ice | Reuters 5.8.2016 FirstPost: World

OSLO Global warming could release radioactive waste stored in an abandoned Cold War-era U.S. military camp deep under Greenland's ice caps if a thaw continues to spread in coming decades, scientists said on Friday

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Climate change may trigger 'Cold War-era' radioactive waste 5.8.2016 Zee News : Science and Technology
Camp Century, a US military base built within the Greenland ice sheet in 1959, doubled as a top-secret site for testing the feasibility of deploying nuclear missiles from the Arctic during the Cold War.
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Melting ice may release Cold War-era radioactive waste 5.8.2016 New Kerala: World News
Toronto, Aug 5 : Climate change is threatening to release hazardous radioactive waste from an abandoned camp thought to be buried forever in the Greenland Ice Sheet, new research has found.
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Melting ice may release Cold War-era radioactive waste 5.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Climate change is threatening to release hazardous radioactive waste from an abandoned camp thought to be buried forever in the Greenland Ice Sheet, new research has found.
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Six years after Mayapuri, DU labs still not safe 10.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
With no proper ventilation in most of these laboratories and without any set guidelines for discarding radioactive waste
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Ministry invites comments on Shipbreaking Code changes 17.6.2016 HBL: Shipping News
Allowing ports to define the location and permitting breaking of larger passenger liners are among the proposals being considered for modifying the Shipbreaking Code, 2013. The proposals are based on ...
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New material can remove radioactive waste efficiently 13.6.2016 New Kerala: World News
London, June 13 : An international team of scientists has discovered a material that can clear up nuclear waste gases produced by nuclear-fuel reprocessing plants more efficiently, cheaply and safely than currently available methods.
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India's nuclear disaster emergency plans 'outdated':Greenpeace 7.6.2016 deccanherald.com
Indias nuclear disaster emergency plans are "not in line with international standard" and some interventions set by Indian nuclear regulator in case of an emergency provide "inadequate" protection against possible radiation, Grrenpeace India claimed today. "Some of the disaster intervention levels set by the Indian nuclear regulator allow inadequate protection against possible exposure, both internal (from consumption of irradiated foodstuffs or radioactive particle-laden air) and external (by simply being physically present in an area with high radiation levels) in case of a nuclear emergency," it alleged. The NGO, which released a report Red Alert - Indias nuclear disaster plans outdated and inadequate, highlighted key issues like "lack" of emergency preparedness, "ancient" manual for emergency guidelines, "unacceptable" standards of food contamination among the reasons for Indias plans being "outdated" in case of an emergency. Referring to the recent "accident" at Kakrapar Atomic Power Station (KAPS) ...
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India’s nuclear disaster emergency plans are ‘outdated’, claims Greenpeace 7.6.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

India's nuclear disaster emergency plans are "not in line with international standard" and some interventions set by Indian nuclear regulator in case of an emergency provide "inadequate" protection against possible radiation, Greenpeace India claimed on Tuesday.

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India's nuclear disaster emergency plans 'outdated': Greenpeace 7.6.2016 newindianexpress.com
India's nuclear disaster emergency plans are "not in line with international standard" and some interventions set by Indian nuclear regulator in case of an emergency provide "inadequate" protection against possible radiation, Grrenpeace India claimed today.
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Finns to bury nuclear waste in world's costliest tomb 7.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Finns to bury nuclear waste in world's costliest tomb
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The dirty bomb 9.4.2016 India Today | February 13, 2012
For India, the threat of nuclear terrorism is real. There is growing concern that extremists are attempting to breach institutions that have radiological materials.
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The dirty bomb 8.4.2016 India Today| Cover Story
For India, the threat of nuclear terrorism is real. There is growing concern that extremists are attempting to breach institutions that have radiological ...
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3,000 tonnes of radioactive waste unreported in Japan 14.3.2016 TOI: All Headlines
3,000 tonnes of radioactive waste unreported in Japan
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3,000 tonnes of radioactive waste unreported in Japan 14.3.2016 New Kerala: World News
Tokyo, March 14 : A survey has found that at least 3,000 tonnes of un-designated radioactive waste from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident is being kept in 30 municipalities in seven prefectures in Japan.
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3,000 tonnes of radioactive waste unreported in Japan 14.3.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A survey has found that at least 3,000 tonnes of un-designated radioactive waste from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident is being kept in 30 municipalities in seven prefectures in Japan.
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3,000 tonnes of radioactive waste unreported in Japan 14.3.2016 Oneindia.in: News
Tokyo, March 14: A survey has found that at least 3,000 tonnes of un-designated radioactive waste from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident is being kept in 30 municipalities in seven prefectures in Japan.The survey carried out by public broadcaster NHK said
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