Atomic Energy Commission

  • Kudankulam plant crosses atomic energy board hurdle 11-07-2013 09:30 PM

    Mumbai: The much-delayed Kudankulam nuclear power plant on Thursday crossed a major hurdle with the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) granting clearance for the "first approach to criticality" for its 1000MW first unit. "AERB has granted clearance for the first approach to criticality (FAC) of unit 1 of Kudankulam nuclear...
  • 'Enrichment capacity enough to fuel nuke subs' 26-11-2011 03:45 PM

    New Delhi: Dr Srikumar Banerjee, chairman of Atomic Energy Commission of India (AECI), spoke to Saurav Jha, author of The Upside Down Book of Nuclear Power, recently at the former's South Bloc office on a gamut of issues concerning the state of nuclear power development in India. Saurav Jha:Is your...
  • 'Indian nuclear reactors can handle calamities' 15-03-2011 04:53 PM

    Talking to CNN-IBN, Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Srikumar Bannerji said Indian reactors have been built to handle seismic activity and tsunamis, and have faced both. He also said India is closely monitoring the situation in Japan. ...
  • India needs N-power: ex-AEC chief Kakodkar 14-03-2011 01:27 PM

    Mumbai: India's nuclear reactors are safe, claimed former chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission Anil Kakodkar while defending the proposed Jaitapur nuclear plant in Maharashtra. Kakodkar made the claim during an unprecedented PowerPoint presentation for Maharashtra's legislators in Mumbai on Monday. "Other options to generate electricity are not enough for...
  • Nuclear deal is not dead, Kakodkar says talks on 12-02-2008 06:40 PM

    Taunton: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that the quick outfield of English grounds will help run-scoring in the forthcoming Test series starting Thursday with the first Test at Lord's. The Indian captain watched Somerset openers Andrew Strauss (78) and Arul Suppiah (145 not out) score quickly at the County...
  • Pak nuke experts abducted from Afghan border 12-02-2008 06:20 PM

    London: Adam Hollioake, former England Test cricketer and Surrey captain, has been declared bankrupt in Australia. The Guardian reported that the Australian-born player's property development company, the Hollioake Group, had collapsed last year. The company owns Australian USD 20 million, or 13.2 million pounds, to more than 40 creditors, including...
  • N-deal: Scientists hold 'secret' meet 15-12-2006 01:26 PM

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  • India's tough signal to US on N-deal 04-12-2006 06:44 PM

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  • Scientists upset over Indo-US N-deal 16-08-2006 03:21 PM

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