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More Dirty Nuclear Deals, this time France in India: Macron Peddles World’s Largest Nuke Plant on Fukushima Anniversary

More Dirty Nuclear Deals, this time France in India: Macron Peddles World’s Largest Nuke Plant on Fukushima Anniversary

From the Editor's Desk, Jaitapur March 8, 2018 at 2:55 am 0 comments

Joint Press release by Beyond Nuclear and DiaNuke.org: groups condemn Emmanuel Macron’s India visit to sign the Framework Agreement for French-India nuclear deal for the Jaitapur nuclear power project.

In Pictures: Jaitapur says a Resounding ‘Nako’ (No!) to French Nuclear Project

In Pictures: Jaitapur says a Resounding ‘Nako’ (No!) to French Nuclear Project

Jaitapur August 20, 2017 at 4:36 pm 3 comments

Thousands of men, women, and children from the farming, agro-trading, and fishing communities of Jaitapur in India’s picturesque Ratnagiri District in Maharashtra, today courted arrest en-masse, after a march from Sakhri Nate to Madban village – the site of the upcoming Jaitapur Nuclear Power Park (slated to be the world’s largest such nuclear power facility) – in the presence of heavily-armed state police personnel.

Why the world’s largest nuke-plant project in Jaitapur must be abandoned

Why the world’s largest nuke-plant project in Jaitapur must be abandoned

Jaitapur January 5, 2017 at 11:47 am 0 comments

Sometimes large segments of the human race seem to contract collective amnesia. That is apparently the case with the already-approved, Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project on India’s west coast.

India Must Black-list French Nuclear Suppliers: Former Power Secretary writes after Exposé in France

India Must Black-list French Nuclear Suppliers: Former Power Secretary writes after Exposé in France

Jaitapur November 23, 2016 at 5:14 pm 9 comments

Dr EAS Sarma | These are serious matters on which DAE and NPCIL cannot afford to feign ignorance and pretend that the public here in India would never come to know about these developments. DAE, presided over by the Prime Minister (PM) himself, has the moral obligation to get at the root of this problem and inform the public about the magnitude of the peoblem and the corrective action taken.