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NPCIL gets big funding push after payments delay to Russians

As against the budget estimate of Rs 1,665 crore for 2018-19, the revised estimates show an allocation of Rs 4,665 crore under the capital head.

NPCIL says Chutka n-power plant safe

Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) has declared Chutka Madhya Pradesh Atomic Power Project (CMPAPP) safe

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GCZMA sends nuke plant proposal to MoEF for nod without site visit

The recommendation has been made without a site visit by its member and without asking for or going through a detailed note on the safety aspects

Kudankulam reactor is safe,asserts NPCIL

A day after the atomic regulatory body said four valves in unit-1 of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant had been found to be faulty and were being replaced

Activists send notice to Union forest minister over public hearing

Activists have sent legal notices to various authorities,including Minister of Environment & Forests Jayanthi Natarajan,for proceeding with the public hearing for the Mithi Virdi nuclear power plant even as the consultant for the project is not properly accredited.

Mithi Virdi n-plant: Mayor for debate

Bhavnagar Mayor Suresh Dhandhaliya on Thursday agreed to hold a public debate between Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited officials and the groups opposing the proposed atomic power plant at Mithi Virdi village in the district.

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First unit can be up 6 months after state’s ok: NPCIL

The second unit will be commissioned about nine months after the first unit is commissioned,other officials added.

Haryana n-plant land survey stopped as farmers protest

For the last six days,they had been collecting soil and water samples.

NPCIL: No adverse radiation effect on workers at Kakrapar unit

The level of radiation that four workers were exposed to at the Kakrapar Atomic Power Station-2 or KAPS unit 2 in Gujarat.

Post-Fukushima,India constructs new N-plant

Additional safety measures are incorporated in nuclear plants after the Fukushima accident.

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