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Rs 100 cr: Kerala-based spiritual organisation biggest donor to Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan project 7.12.2016 Latest News
Money given by Mata Amritanandamayi Math was much more than some of India's biggest corporate houses
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Vienna: Pakistan highlights its nuclear security credentials at IAEA conference 7.12.2016 New Kerala: World News
Vienna: Pakistan highlights its nuclear security credentials at IAEA conference
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Rs 100 cr: Kerala-based spiritual organisation biggest donor to Modi's Swacch Bharat Abhiyan project 7.12.2016 Top Stories
Money given by Mata Amritanandamayi Math was much more than some of India's biggest corporate houses
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Donald Trump may move closer to India to 'suppress' China: Media 6.12.2016 Latest News
US-Indian relations will become an important part of Trump's diplomacy, an article in the state-run Global Times said
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India explains plan to expand n-power capacity 5.12.2016 New Kerala: India News
India explains plan to expand n-power capacity
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India explains plan to expand n-power capacity 5.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
As it continues in its attempt for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), India on Monday explained how it will expand its nuclear energy capacity to 60 GW.
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India reiterates commitment to n-disarmament 5.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
As it continues in its attempt for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), India on Monday reiterated at the International Atomic Energy Agency meeting in Austria that it is committed to global nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.
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Nuclear terrorism can strike anywhere: UN watchdog 5.12.2016 TOI: Home
'Nuclear terrorists' can strike anywhere, the head of the UN atomic watchdog warned on Monday at the start of a week-long ministerial conference on preventing misuse of radioactive materials and attacks on facilities.
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Tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear reactor briefly loses cooling during inspection 5.12.2016 All International Stories
TEPCO said the reactor had enough water left inside and there was no temperature increase or radiation leak from the incident
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New way to produce nuclear fuel using electricity 5.12.2016 DNA: Money
 Scientists in Russia have developed a unique, low-cost method for producing high-quality nuclear fuel using electricity. The main type of fuel for nuclear power reactors is the uranium oxide pellet composition, said Ivan Tananaev, from the Far Eastern Federal University School of Natural Sciences. It is produced from a powder by granulation, pressing, and sintering with the subsequent control of the quality and size of the pellets. The new technology allows one to obtain products of high quality and to reduce the number of production stages without increasing the cost. The researchers have proposed an alternative mode of production, which forms the basis of powder metallurgy: electric pulse sintering under pressure. "The key idea of our method is heating by an electric current passing through the mold with the powder placed in," said Tananaev. "Under these circumstances, the uranium oxide fuel is simultaneously influenced by the powerful pulse discharge and mechanical pressure," he said. The main ...
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India, Russia to sign GPA on Kudankulam units 5,6 this month 4.12.2016 News
Joint statement, during Putin's visit to India this year stated the two countries will try to complete GFA by end of this year
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50% Indian contribution in design of Kudankulam units 5-6 4.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The Indian contribution to the design of units 5 and 6 of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu will equal that of its Russian makers, a senior Russian official has said.
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50% Indian contribution in design of Kudankulam units 5-6 4.12.2016 New Kerala: World News
50% Indian contribution in design of Kudankulam units 5-6
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Demonetisation: Understanding the event, impact, narrative and meaning 4.12.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
A cost benefit analysis suggests that the benefits were relatively small when compared with the costs:
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India, Russia to sign General Framework Agreement on Kudankulam units 5 and 6 4.12.2016 FirstPost: India

India and Russia are likely to sign the General Framework Agreement (GFA) on Kudankulam units 5 and 6 by this month.

The post India, Russia to sign General Framework Agreement on Kudankulam units 5 and 6 appeared first on Firstpost.

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'Only solar energy can fulfil energy requirements of India' 3.12.2016 TOI: Bangalore Times
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Centre urged to give up proposal to set up ‘nuclear park’ 3.12.2016 Hindu: Cities
The Union Government should give up its proposal of establishing ‘Nuclear Park’ at Kudankulam by constructing four more reactors in addition to the already built first two 1,000 MWe reactors with Rus...
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Gypsies’ bead jewellery sell well with technocrats 3.12.2016 Hindu: Cities
TIRUNELVELI: Gypsies of Park Town in Valliyoor, who have almost lost their bead jewellery sale at Sabarimala during this ‘Ayyappa season’ owing to the decision taken by the temple administration, enjo...
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Book review: India-US Relations in the Age of Uncertainty 3.12.2016 Hindu: Home
A long-time America watcher recasts the conventional narrative of Indo-U.S. relations
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Merging boundaries through 'Theatre of transformation' 2.12.2016 deccanherald.com
Trapped deep in the despair of the merciless Syrian war, she turned a volunteer setting up field hospitals as bombs flew past. A nuclear physicist in post-war Munich, he stood up against the N-bomb as a weapon of deterrence. As Jagadishan, he resigned a high-profile job to join a campaign against GM cotton. Poet, performer and peace-builder of repute, Rama Mani donned these roles on stage with finesse, weaving together powerful testimonies of resistance, protest and a yearning to shape a humane, shared future. Lines of reality and hope, talk and performance blurred as Mani had the audience in rapt attention. She was delivering in her own characteristic style, the 17th Kappen memorial lecture here on Friday. It was Mani's 'Theatre of Transformation,' a dramatised recollection of memories from her 25 years' experience in peace-building in war-torn countries. In one moment, she was a 28-year-old Syrian, propped by a cap and gown as costumes. "Soldiers started firing at us, bombing us. But we had people to ...
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