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Nuclear Power: Incompatible With Democracy?

Nuclear Power: Incompatible With Democracy?

When India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in the U.S. last week, he reportedly carried a generous gift: an unlimited number of free lives. To be precise, Singh was ready to promise President Obama that should any of the nuclear reactors that India is planning to buy from U.S. companies ever suffer an accident, they will not have to pay anything in damages.

Solidarity Statement from Japan to the People’s National Convention Against Nuclear Energy, India

Solidarity Statement from Japan to the People’s National Convention Against Nuclear Energy, India

Antinuclear Movement, Koodankulam July 25, 2013 at 12:16 am 0 comments

Solidarity Statement from 307 organisations | People of Japan convey their solidarity with everyone gathered at the People’s National Convention Against Nuclear Energy and express their agreement with National People’s Charter Against Nuclear Energy.

Koodankulam: Not a Closed Chapter

Koodankulam: Not a Closed Chapter

Featured, Koodankulam July 22, 2013 at 10:49 pm 0 comments

The government has brushed aside opposition to the plant by arguing that because Rs 17,000 crore have already been spent on the reactor, it has to be commissioned so that the investment already made is not wasted. This is hardly an acceptable argument when the project in question is a nuclear power plant.

An Embedded Journalist’s Koodankulam Diary

An Embedded Journalist’s Koodankulam Diary

Koodankulam, Media and Censorship July 22, 2013 at 5:54 pm 0 comments

Scratch the surface & you would find all Indian journalists are sarkari. This chap Joshi – never heard of him – is no exception. Specially when they report on matters technical, all they do is reproduce the offcial hand out . They would not do their home work & bring back information which is not already in public domain.