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Fukushima contamination worsens: India’s former Power Secretary’s open letter to IAEA Chief

Fukushima contamination worsens: India’s former Power Secretary’s open letter to IAEA Chief

Dr. EAS Sarma is India’s former Union Power Secretary. He has made important public interventions since the Fukushima accident about the IAEA’s complacency as well as the Indian government’s imprudence in pursuing nuclear power. Regarding IAEA’s role in Fukushima, he wrote letters earlier which we have published on these pages. Here is his latest open letter to the General Secretary of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Indian Point – We Are Flirting With Catastrophe

Indian Point – We Are Flirting With Catastrophe

Indian Point – We Are Flirting With Catastrophe a transcript of the February 16th installment of The Big Picture, hosted by Thom Hartmann, broadcast on Russia Today, February 16, 2016 (Posted on Dianuke for non-commercial use.) Alexey Yaroshevsky, RT America joins Thom Hartmann. For years people have been claiming thatRead More

Court in Pakistan stays work on nuclear plant, says environmental rules not followed

Court in Pakistan stays work on nuclear plant, says environmental rules not followed

Latest, Nuclear Safety Regulation October 17, 2014 at 11:20 am 0 comments

It is the first time a Pakistani court has stopped a Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission project.

FULL TEXT: Japanese court’s ruling against restart of Ohi reactors

FULL TEXT: Japanese court’s ruling against restart of Ohi reactors

The Japanese court in May this year ruled against restarting a nuclear power plant in a rare victory for anti-nuclear activists after the Fukushima disaster, and dealing a blow to government efforts to end a nationwide nuclear freeze.