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N-Energy is the Best Answer to Power Woes: M.R. Srinivasan

Nuclear energy is the best answer to all power woes.  That was the gist of a talk organized by the Bangalore Manage -ment Association and Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation, where former Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, M.R. Srinivasan described  the nuclear energy as the best option to meet country’s energy needs.  He felt southern India is going to be one of ...

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Interview

Brajesh Mishra, former National Security Advisor, thinks the Indo-US nuclear deal will not adversely affect India’s strategic programme and says so in a television interview with Karan Thapar. Excerpts. Karan Thapar: As a former national security advisor are you satisfied that if India goes ahead with the deal it won’t in any way damage or constraint its strategic nuclear deterrent? Brajesh ...

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Global N-cooperation will boost local power programme

On these two specific issues has the BJP consulted you and sought your advice? India should continue to pursue seriously the three-stage indigenous programme and the International civil nuclear cooperation will boost it in many ways, Chairman, Atomic energy Commission Anil Kakodkar, said. India could reach a stage of energy independence by supplementing its indigenous programme with the imported reactors ...

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A Nuclear Renaissance in US Vital

J.M. Bernhard Jr., Chairman, Shaw Group, has called for a national commitment to build up to 50 nuclear power plants by 2030 in the United States. Bernhard Jr, who is also President and Chief Executive Officer of the Group, told a gathering of power industry leaders that the jobs, clean electricity and energy independence created by a “nuclear renaissance” offer ...

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