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Category: Nuclear
Last updated: May 22 2017 17:50 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Ending India's nuclear dependency 19.5.2017 Hindu: Opinion
The government’s go-ahead to 10 indigenous reactors is a timely step towards nuclear energy self-sufficiency
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Make in n-India 19.5.2017 Hindu: Letters
The government’s proposal to set up 10 nuclear reactors indigenously looks very grand and ambitious in its scope but is nevertheless achievable (“Cabinet gives nod for 10 indigenous nuclear reactors.”...
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Ending nuclear dependency 18.5.2017 Hindu: Op-Ed
The government’s go-ahead to 10 indigenous reactors is a timely step towards nuclear energy self-sufficiency
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1,730 new plant species discovered, says report 18.5.2017 Business Standard: News Now
However, scientists say, some of the newly-discovered plants are already at risk of extinction
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Foreign suppliers urged to step up as government backs own nuclear design 18.5.2017 News
Modi has made nuclear expansion a key plank of his strategy to supply Asia's No.3 economy
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Cabinet approves proposal to build 10 atomic reactors 18.5.2017 Rediff: News
Once completed, the 10 reactors of 700 MW each will give much needed fillip to the domestic nuclear industry.
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Make in India in nuclear: Govt wants to create 33K jobs through 10 reactors 18.5.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
On Wednesday, the Union Cabinet cleared the construction of 10 home-built nuclear reactors
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Cabinet nod for 10 new N-reactors 18.5.2017 DNA: Opinion
With Russia and France failing to make any headway in convincing China to drop its reservations against India's entry into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), the Union Cabinet, in a policy decision on Wednesday, approved construction of indigenous pressurised heavy water (PHWR) reactors. These reactors use natural uranium as fuel and heavy water as both moderator and coolant. India has rich natural uranium deposits at Tummallapalle in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh. The Cabinet approved construction of ten more nuclear power plants of 700 megawatt each — using the indigenous pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWR) — to cross 20,000-megawatt in the total nuclear power generation in the country by 2022. Power Minister Piyush Goyal, who briefed the media did not give proposed location of the new plants that will cost Rs 70,000 crore to the exchequer nor their deadline, but noted that India's installed nuclear power capacity from 22 plants is 6,780 MW while other plants under construction will ...
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Silk Road to Goa 18.5.2017 TOI: Goa
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Russia worried India could cut nuclear reliance 18.5.2017 TOI: India
Despite repeated pleas by Russia, the government is yet to clear the signing of the MoU, or the General Framework Agreement (GFA), for Kudankulam 5 and 6 reactor units, official sources confirmed on Wednesday.
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Cabinet clears 10 nuclear power plants 18.5.2017 TOI: Home
The Union Cabinet cleared on Wednesday the building of 10 new nuclear power plants to add 7000MW to India’s nuclear power generation capacity.
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PM Narendra Modi to visit Germany, Spain, Russia from May 29 18.5.2017 News
To consolidate relations with these countries and invite investments to India
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Meet held on business opportunities in SA 18.5.2017 Hindu: Hyderabad
The Federation of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FTAPCCI) on Wednesday hosted the ‘Interactive Meet on Economy and Business Opportunities in South Africa’ at the Federa...
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Kaiga to get two new indigenous N-plants 17.5.2017 Deccan Herald - TOP STORIES RSS FEEDS
The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved setting up of 10 new indigenous nuclear power reactors of 700 MW capacity each, including two at Kaiga in Karnataka. The two reactors at Kaiga are likely to produce electricity for commercial use only by the middle of the next decade.The pre-project activities began for Kaiga 5 and 6 units, but the first large reactor at Kaiga was likely to go on stream only around 2024-25, sources in the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) told DH.While Karnataka gets 27% of electricity from Kaiga 1 and 2, and 30% from Kaiga 3 and 4 units, the state would get almost 50% o
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Indian cabinet approves plans to build 10 nuclear reactors 17.5.2017 Sify Finance
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's cabinet approved plans on Wednesday to build 10 nuclear reactors with a combined capacity of 7,000 megawatts (MW), more than the country's entire current capacity, to
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Government's decision to set up 10 atomic power plants to generate 33,400 jobs, Rs 70,000-crore opportunity 17.5.2017 ET: Power
Govt's decision to indigenously build 10 atomic reactors may create manufacturing orders of nearly Rs 70,000 cr and is expected to transform nuclear industry.
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Indigenously building 10 atomic reactors to create 33k jobs: Piyush Goyal 17.5.2017 Latest News
Govt expects domestic manufacturers to get orders to the extent of Rs 70, 000 cr
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PM to visit Germany, Spain, Russia from May 29 17.5.2017 Hindu: News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake a three-nation tour of Germany, Spain and Russia from May 29 with an aim of consolidating the relations with these countries and invite investments to India...
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Development of nuclear sector to create 33,400 jobs 17.5.2017 New Kerala: India News
Development of nuclear sector to create 33,400 jobs
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PM to visit Russia, suspense over nuclear pact 17.5.2017 deccanherald.com
A proposed agreement with Russia for setting up of two more units of Kudankulam Nuclear Plant in Tamil Nadu remains in the realm of suspense ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modis visit to that country a fortnight from now. Modi will be travelling to St Petersburg on June 1 to attend the St Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). On the sidelines, he is expected to have talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin to review the state of bilateral relations and ways to push the ties further. However, it is not clear whether the General Framework Agreement (GFA) for setting up of units 5 and 6 of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) will be signed during the Prime Ministers visit. The GFA, which is the final pact before a project can commence, has been cleared by an inter-ministerial group and is with the Prime Ministers Office (PMO) for its nod, a top government source said. "After its evaluation by the inter-ministerial group, the proposal has now been sent to the PMO and is awaiting its ...
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