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India must raise concerns at the IAEA over Japan’s plan to release Fukushima water into the sea

India must raise concerns at the IAEA over Japan’s plan to release Fukushima water into the sea

DiaNuke Originals, Fukushima November 22, 2020 at 7:47 am 1 comment

An open letter from Dr. EAS Sarma, former Union Power Secretary: To, Shri Rajiv Gauba Cabinet Secretary Govt of India Dear Shri Gauba, Please see my letter dated 17-10-2020 addressed to Mr. Rafael Mariano Grossi Director General, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) expressing my concerns about Japan’s decision to releaseRead More

What the Nuclear Ban Implies: Struggles Against Nukes by Communities and Smaller Countries Are Now Legal

What the Nuclear Ban Implies: Struggles Against Nukes by Communities and Smaller Countries Are Now Legal

The coming into effect of the Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) will empower and breathe new life into the struggles of affected communities, destroyed landscapes  and smaller countries for a nuclear-free world.

Cyber Vulnerability of Kudankulam Nuclear Plant: Risks More Pronounced than the Current Episode Reveals

Cyber Vulnerability of Kudankulam Nuclear Plant: Risks More Pronounced than the Current Episode Reveals

Kumar Sundaram | The NPCIL must come clear on the larger issue of suppliers and systems involved in the KKNPP. Transparency is a pre-requisite when the safety of millions of Indian citizens is at stake. Also, the foreign control of crucial infrastructure is an important aspect that simply cannot be ignored.

DAE’s latest tall and hollow claim: 20,000 MW of nuclear power in India over next decade

DAE’s latest tall and hollow claim: 20,000 MW of nuclear power in India over next decade

Shankar Sharma | The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) seems to get a strange satisfaction in continuing to make such tall claims again and again. Such a tall claim is not the first of its kind. It has been happening since the 1960s.