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Letter From The Women of Koodankulam

Letter From The Women of Koodankulam

Koodankulam, Nuclear and Gender July 21, 2013 at 10:59 am 0 comments

Dear Sisters,

We hope that this letter finds you well – in the “pink of health”as a woman officer in Mumbai working with the National Power Corporation of India Limited wrote in response to the dangers of Nuclear Power Plants.For her, nuclear power plants creates a condition that “improves and enhances health and human welfare”.

Latest from Koodankulam: the Struggle Goes On!

Antinuclear Movement, Koodankulam September 29, 2012 at 11:59 am 0 comments

We are tested by all weathers, next stages will be much stronger than the earlier once, and we will roar like a tiger, more braves will join us, let foxes run for cover or look for vadai from crow.

The Second Martyr of Koodankulam: A Resolute Silence Descends on Idinthakarai

The Second Martyr of Koodankulam: A Resolute Silence Descends on Idinthakarai

The dead body of 42 year old Sahayam Francis, who died of shock when the Indian Coastal Guards flew the plane at a very low altitude, was brought to Idinthakarai after the procession through some of the coastal villages on Monday evening.

Idinthakarai, you are not alone !

Koodankulam September 9, 2012 at 11:02 am 0 comments

Admiral L. Ramdas and Lalita Ramdas’s letter to S P Udayakumar. In Koodankulam, the state is waging war against the people. Idinthakarai is sealed off. People can neither get in or out of Idinthakarai.