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The case against the nuclear plant

Government, leave these kids alone

The protests by children at Kudankulam against the nuclear plant demonstrate the power of peaceful resistance, in contrast to the hardened, »

Who pays in case of accident at Kudankulam, asks PM

According to NDTV, the Prime Minister asked the DAE how the provisions of the 2010 Act could be overruled and suggested the matter be referr »

Don't lose the plot now

The continuing efforts to criminalise protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project and portray all opposition to nuclear energy...»

Learning from Fukushima

Events over the last nine days at the crippled six-reactor Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) complex, since the unpreceden...»

A necessary pause at Kudankulam

The response of the State and central governments to the snowballing protest against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNPP) has be...»

Why Kudankulam is untenable

When nuclear vendors, who oppose the new liability law, are unwilling to stake their financial health on the claims of ‘100 per cent reactor »

Losing the plot

The response to the anti-Kudankulam protest shows that space for the democratic right of dissent is shrinking. »

How Fukushima is relevant to Kudankulam

The disaster in Japan revealed many risks that were earlier unknown; it is important to assess the risks in India in a transparent manner an »

Nuclear waste is forever

Warnings have, by and large, been discarded perhaps ever since the forbidden apple was eaten. So is the fate of the warning from the Fuk...»

Is Helen Caldicott's Nuclear Madness still relevant?

Helen Caldicott, the Australia-born American physician and anti-nuclear activist of the late 1970s and early 1980s, was a practitioner o...»

This renaissance is just a fairy tale

The unpredictable financial implications of constructing, running, decommissioning plants and handling risks are causing a global rethink on »








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Karnataka law dept. examining HC judgment

Karnataka Chief Minister said the government would take a decision on filing an appeal in the case after receiving the report. »