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Fishermen’s body seeks TNPCB inspection of Kudankulam site

CHENNAI, May 31, 2012, The Hindu   Wants consent order for operating plant issued only after this is done A fishermen’s welfare organisation has filed a public interest litigation petition in the Madras High Court seeking a direction to the Member-Secretary… Continue Reading →

Koondakulam Officia lsite evaluation is faulty- Report #antinuke

REPORT ON EVALUATION OF KUDANKUALM SITE FOR LCOATION OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT PRESENTS IT AS A KILLER PROJECT  http://tshivajirao.blogspot.in/2012/05/why-kudankulam-reactors-are-killers-of.html Note:This report obtained by Kudankulam anti- nuclear  activists from NPCIL under pressure of the RTI Act is presented as rough draft as certain… Continue Reading →

MUST READ-16 Reasons Why India Must Shun Nuclear Energy

Anuj Wankhede 1) Nuclear Energy is the most powerful discovery made by humans – both for peace and war.
 The sheer damage that nuclear power can cause is so huge that it will destroy the entire human race and life… Continue Reading →

Former Delhi HC CJ , A.P Shah to highlight Kudankulam issue at NHRC

  Published: Monday, May 14, 2012, 23:44 IST Place: Chennai | Agency: PTI   Former Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court Ajit Prakash Shah today said he would take steps to take the “Kudankulam protestors’ issue” to the National… Continue Reading →

Stop criminalising protests against KNPP

EDITORIAL, The Hindu April 6, 2012 Don’t lose the plot now The continuing efforts to criminalise protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project and portray all opposition to nuclear energy as anti-national must be unequivocally condemned. For over seven months,… Continue Reading →

A ten-year-old Indian school girl’s Nuclear Nightmare

Down To Earth Author(s): Latha Jishnu Date: Apr 5, 2012 Varshini, 10, speaks for a new generation that is against nuclear energy Varshini, a fifth standard student, has a question for the prime minister. Why does he want to expose… Continue Reading →

Kudankulam meltdown

  Author(s): Latha Jishnu, Arnab Pratim Dutta, Ankur Paliwal Issue: Apr 15, 2012, DowntoEarth The spectre of Fukushima continues to haunt the world, forcing governments in most parts of the globe to rethink their plans to tap this controversial source of energy. But it… Continue Reading →

Indian Left and the Nuclear Googly

by- – A.Muthukrishnan The CPIM and CPI are a part of the Konkan Bachao Samiti in Jaitapur which has a resolve of protesting against the world’s biggest nuclear complex which is coming up at Jaitapur. This Jaitapurnuclear plant will not only have safety issue’s but it’s going to make extinct the Alphonso… Continue Reading →

Kabhi Haan ,Kabhi Na – Left Parties stand on Nuclear issues

A timeline of statements by Left parties on the Kundalkulum / koodankulam power plant. Just a few days ago when ten thousands of  police forces were moblised by the state against the protestors at the same time CPI state seceratary D.Pandian… Continue Reading →

India should join the renewables revolution for handsome gains

Renewable Options PRAFUL BIDWAI  writes in Frontline Magazine Instead of imposing nuclear power upon unwilling people, India should join the renewables revolution for handsome gains. PRIME Minister Manmohan Singh has stooped low by alleging that the large-scale protests against the… Continue Reading →

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