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IAEA mission finds Cyprus radiation safety regulatory body competent, identifies areas in need of improvement 23.2.2017 New Kerala: World News
IAEA mission finds Cyprus radiation safety regulatory body competent, identifies areas in need of improvement
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France, China sign deals on nuclear energy, science 22.2.2017 New Kerala: World News
France, China sign deals on nuclear energy, science
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Nuclear power could soon be harnessed from oceans 22.2.2017 Zee News : Science and Technology
Scientists are developing a new way of extracting uranium from seawater, an advance that may help countries that lack resources to harness nuclear power from the oceans.
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Greenpeace exposes high radiation risks in Fukushima village as govt prepares to lift evacuation order 22.2.2017 New Kerala: World News
Greenpeace exposes high radiation risks in Fukushima village as govt prepares to lift evacuation order
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Toshiba seeks $8.8 billion for chip unit stake as banks fret over risks 21.2.2017 All International Stories
Company has not decided on the size of the stake to be sold
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Russia to induct largest n-icebreaker in 2019 21.2.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Looking to expand its reach in the Arctic region, increase the transportation of cargo and conduct year-round navigation in the ice-covered polar waters, Russia is set to commission the 33,000 tonne Arktika, the world's largest nuclear-powered ice-breaker, in 2019, a top official has said.
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Exploring nature through birds 20.2.2017 Deccan Herald - Environment
Kaiga Bird Marathon, held in Uttara Kannada, provided an opportunity to watch and understand the birds of the Western Ghats, writes Pavan Kumar H. Weighing around 160-200 grams and with a wingspan of 65 to 71 cm, the Amur falcon, an inter-continental migratory bird, travels almost 22,000 km to beat the cold in southeastern Siberia and northern China. And in its journey to South Africa, these birds make a pit stop in India. While their first pit stop is Nagaland, some of these birds make their next stop in parts of Uttara Kannada, especially Attiveri Bird Sanctuary near Mundgod. However, with the water bodies at the bird sanctuary going dry due to scanty rainfall, these birds halted at the thick forest of Kaiga valley this winter, sending a wave of joy among bird enthusiasts. At the Kaiga Bird Marathon 2017 that was conducted recently at Kaiga in Uttara Kannada, Amur falcon was one of the many popular birds that participants wanted to catch a glimpse of. The marathon was conducted by the Nuclear Power ...
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Five most explosive non-nuclear chemicals ever made 20.2.2017 Business Standard: News Now
TNT is a yellow solid and was first produced as a dye in 1863
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Working to realise tomorrow's world: Russia's futuristic university 19.2.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Nanoparticles to detect and combat cancer, superconducting metamaterials to make quantum computers a reality, solar cell technology providing over 40 per cent efficiency and more -- these are not goals but achievements already realised at a Moscow university which is at the vanguard of Russia's aim to further its high-tech knowledge economy and cooperate with international partners to develop futuristic technologies.
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India to get all its energy from the moon by 2030? This ISRO prof thinks so 19.2.2017 Top Stories
Ex-BrahMos Aerospace chief Dr Sivathanu Pillai also said that ISRO was keen on mining the moon
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How Toshiba lost $6 billion 18.2.2017 Latest News
A botched nuclear bet has pushed the company to near financial ruin
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Eye on SCS, China expedites construction of floating nuke reactors 18.2.2017 Hindu: Home
Move to provide stable power to offshore projects and promote exploration of oil and gas in the ocean: official
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Clamour grows against nuclear plant in Madhya Pradesh 18.2.2017 TOI: Cities
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Toshiba to purchase IHI's stake in Westinghouse 17.2.2017 Sify Finance
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp on Friday said it would buy 3 percent of U.S. nuclear power subsidiary Westinghouse Electric Co LLC from Japanese infrastructure firm IHI Corp for $157 million.
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India still keen to buy Westinghouse reactors despite Toshiba meltdown 17.2.2017 ET: Power
India has been in talks to locate half a dozen Westinghouse AP1000 reactors in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh under its drive to expand nuclear generation and wean the economy off polluting fuels like coal.
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India still keen to buy Westinghouse reactors despite Toshiba meltdown 17.2.2017 News
Toshiba this week booked a $6.3 billion charge related to huge cost overruns at Westinghouse
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After 3 months, Kudankulam N-reactor Unit 1 starts power generation 17.2.2017 TOI: Chennai
Unit 1 of the Kudankulam nuclear reactor has re-started power generation, more than two and half months it was shut down due to technical problems. The unit is likely to generate power for a month and then again shut down for change of fuel and general maintenance.
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Villagers oppose uranium mining,proposed nuclear plant at Gogi 17.2.2017 Hindu: Home
‘Union Minister of State in the PMO has shown interest in the project’
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Winston Churchill wrote of alien life in a lost essay 17.2.2017 Features
Churchill's interest in science stemmed from his early years as an army man in British-ruled India
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Kudankulam first reactor synchronised with grid 17.2.2017 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Power generation in the first unit was 250 MWe on Thursday, will touch 1,000 MWe in three days
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