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Full text: Indian anti-nuclear groups’ statement on 10 years of the Fukushima accident

Full text: Indian anti-nuclear groups’ statement on 10 years of the Fukushima accident

​We, the members of various anti-Uranium mining, anti-nuclear power, anti-nuclear bomb groups and movements all over India, would like to express our solidarity with the people of Japan in the wake of the tenth anniversary of the Fukushima disaster. The Great East Japan Earthquake disaster had a 9 point (onRead More

The Bhakhra canal near Gorakhpur, from which the nuclear plant will take 320 cusecs of water

Fatehabad nuclear project: a Fukushima in the making?

Fatehabad August 28, 2017 at 11:37 am 0 comments

Amita Bhaduri | Nuclear plants are usually located near oceans or rivers in order to have access to ample water for cooling but not the plant at Fatehabad. When completed, it will be India’s largest and could be its most dangerous too.

The nuclear industry has killed more blackbucks than Salman Khan

The nuclear industry has killed more blackbucks than Salman Khan

The National Green Tribunal(NGT) directed the NPCIL in Gorakhpur to remove fencing from their construction site, following the appeal by the local citizens highlighting the wildlife in the area being under threat due to the nuclear plant project. DiaNuke.org interviewed a key activist, Mr. Vinod Karwasra, who has been at the forefront of the struggle to save local wildlife, particularly the blackbuck.

S P Udayakumar at Ramphal ji's house. This family has still not given their land for the project, despite being offered high compensation.

Govt must initiate a national debate on nuclear energy – S P Udayakumar

Fatehabad, India's Nuclear Expansion September 23, 2014 at 12:52 pm 0 comments

S P Udayakumar during his recent trip to Haryana where he addressed press conferences in Fatehabad, Chandigarh and Sonepat and spoke at several public meetings.