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PM Narendra Modi promises Sheikh Hasina, ally against terror, Teesta pact 9.4.2017 TOI: India
“I firmly believe that it is only my government and excellency Sheikh Hasina, your government that can and will find an early solution to Teesta water sharing,” PM Modi told the visiting Bangladeshi Prime Minister, who is India’s staunch ally against terrorism.
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PM Modi, Sheikh Hasina meet: Top developments 8.4.2017 TOI: Home
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina today help comprehensive talks on a range of issues and signed a slew of agreements to cement bilateral ties. However, the long-pending Teesta waters sharing agreement remained elusive. Here are the top developments of the day.
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Sheikh Hasina arrives in Delhi 8.4.2017 The Assam Tribune
Sheikh Hasina arrives in Delhi
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U.S., Japan in talks to prevent China acquiring Westinghouse - U.S. official 7.4.2017 Sify Finance
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration and the Japanese government are in discussions to ensure that the bankruptcy of Toshiba Corp's U.S. unit Westinghouse Electric Co does not lead to
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Can India take out Pakistan's nukes? 7.4.2017 Rediff: News
Serious question marks remain over how effectively, or whether at all, India can actually execute a disarming CF strike that takes out most of Pakistan's nukes, says Ajai Shukla.
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Japan's Aso says dialogue with Pence not limited to trade and currencies 7.4.2017 Sify Finance
By Stanley White
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Teesta pact may not be inked during Sheikh Hasina's visit 6.4.2017 TOI: India
As Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrives for her last visit to India before she heads for elections, she will be presiding over almost 30 agreements with India, expanding bilateral ties across a huge spectrum of areas, from connectivity, defence, energy and infrastructure.
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Kudnakulam unit 1 operations now India's responsibility: Russian firm 6.4.2017 ET: Power
KNPP units I and II, both with a capacity of 1000 MW, have been built with Russian collaboration. Units III and IV are under construction.
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Toshiba fired Westinghouse chairman two days before bankruptcy filing 5.4.2017 Sify Finance
By Makiko Yamazaki
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In bid for NSG membership, India moves closer to Germany 4.4.2017 TOI: India
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IIT Kanpur to set up centre for cybersecurity 4.4.2017 ET: Education
The grant has been sanctioned for five years and covers expenditure for the setting up infrastructure, equipment etc., for the centre.
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Nuclear power most viable source as others depleting: scientists 3.4.2017 ET: Power
We urgently need nuclear power to bridge the gap between huge demand and actual supply of energy in the coming years, senior official of Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) Anutosh Chakraborty said.
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Kudakulam nuclear plant's second unit starts operations 1.4.2017 DNA: Opinion
The second unit of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant Project (KKNPP) with a capacity of 1000 MW became operational today, giving a boost to atomic power generation in the country. Commercial operation of KKNPP unit 2 is expected to take the total nuclear power to 6,780 MW. The unit was connected to the grid on August 2. KNPP units 1 and 2, both with a capacity of 1000 MW, have been built with Russian collaboration. Units 3 and 4 are under construction. The two units are the largest nuclear power generation units in the country. Unit 2 will be under warranty period of its general designer and the suppliers of equipment from Russia which are represented by ASE Engineering Company, a subsidiary of ROSATOM, Russia's State Atomic Energy Corporation. This means that in case of any malfunction or technical failure related to the obligations of ASE at the Unit 2 of KKNPP, the inconsistencies in the operation of the equipment will be taken care of by the Russian side. This period of responsibility will last until ...
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Kudankulam unit 2 begins commercial operation 31.3.2017 ET: Power
Commercial operation of KKNPP unit 2 is expected to take total nuclear power to 6,780 MW. The unit was connected to the grid on August 2.
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U.S. judge clears Toshiba's Westinghouse to tap bankruptcy loan 31.3.2017 Sify Finance
By Tom Hals
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Toshiba to go ahead with nuclear plant in Andhra Pradesh: Government 30.3.2017 ET: Power
Through the informal sources, we have been conveyed that the Toshiba will not back out and will go ahead, Minister of State in-charge of Atomic Energy Jitendra Singh said.
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Is Indo-US nuclear deal jinxed? 30.3.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
Even after 12 years since a nuclear framework agreement was signed by the then India Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the then US President George W Bush, the famed Indo-US nuclear deal seems jinxed. After China threw spanners in India's entry into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and protracted negotiations on nuclear liability clauses, a big shock has come with the news that Westinghouse Electric, a US firm, owned by Japanese Toshiba has filed for bankruptcy with $9.8 billion in liabilities. Reportedly, Toshiba has also posted a $6.2 billion loss in nuclear-business. The firm was supposed to set up six nuclear reactors in Andhra Pradesh in partnership with the state-run Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL). The deal was kept hanging, since the nuclear reactor manufacturers had refused to accept the liability clause incorporated in nuclear legislation adopted by the Parliament. PM Modi and President Obama ended this uncertainty just two years ago over two important aspects - ...
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Westinghouse files bankruptcy: Future uncertain for Andhra nuclear reactors 29.3.2017 Rediff: News
The move by Westinghouse, which is to build six reactors in India under the Indo-US civil nuclear deal inked in 2008, has raised uncertainties over the future of the implementation of the historic pact.
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Huge nuclear cost overruns push Toshiba's Westinghouse into bankruptcy 29.3.2017 Sify Finance
By Tom Hals, Makiko Yamazaki and Tim Kelly
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After crippling cost overruns, Toshiba's Westinghouse files for bankruptcy 29.3.2017 Sify Finance
By Makiko Yamazaki and Tim Kelly
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