Jaitapur Updates

Jaitapur Tense (Update from Vaishali Patil – August 14, 2011)

Jaitapur Tense (Update from Vaishali Patil – August 14, 2011)

Jaitapur Updates, Resistance News August 15, 2011 at 4:46 am 3 comments

Tomorrow, 15th Aug., villagers of Sakhari Nate, Madban, Karel, Niveli along with surrounging villages haved decided to do flag hoisting in presence of Mahatma Gandhi’s grand son, Mr. Tushar Gandhi and Swami Agnivesh. In the background of Deputy C.M. Mr.Ajit Pawar’s statement regarding Jaitaputr Nuclear power project that “Government willRead More

India Maps Out a Nuclear Power Future, Amid Opposition

India Maps Out a Nuclear Power Future, Amid Opposition

  Rebecca Byerly in New Delhi, India For National Geographic News Published July 22, 2011 Fishermen pull mackerel, prawn, and pomfret from their nets near the port of Jaitapur on India’s west coast, as field workers pick the region’s famed Alphonso mangoes. Even though many homes lack electricity, exports ofRead More

Jaitapur, “a first choice candidate to become a second Fukushima”?

Jaitapur, “a first choice candidate to become a second Fukushima”?

    Several associations wrote a letter to Nicolas Sarkozy to request France not to support the nuclear power plant project in India… It has been months since Indians in Jaitapur are protesting, sometimes facing violent repression from the authorities, against the nuclear plant which is to be built onRead More

‘What we will supply Jaitapur would have resisted Fukushima crisis’ – Areva sales pitch to India

‘What we will supply Jaitapur would have resisted Fukushima crisis’ – Areva sales pitch to India

Interviews, Jaitapur, Jaitapur Updates July 11, 2011 at 10:02 pm 1 comment

We need to reply this interview. Is it a mere coincidence that after Areva’s Fleet descended on Mumbai, the activist meet was disturbed in Ratnagiri? Areva promising collaboration with Indian companies, partnership for NPCIL in Uranium mining? After GOI’s “education series” run by Dr. Anil Kakodkar, Areva’s “education series” forRead More