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Greenpeace Publishes New Report On Nuclear Safety

Feature story | June 7, 2016 at 17:43

New Delhi | 7 June 2016: Greenpeace India today released a report titled ‘Red Alert – India’s nuclear disaster plans, outdated and inadequate’. The report assesses India's nuclear disaster plans and concludes that India’s plans do not offer a...

Greenpeace to challenge any dilution of Indian Nuclear Liability Act

Press release | September 19, 2013 at 20:29

New Delhi, September 19th, 2013: Greenpeace strongly objects to any attempts to dilute the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act, 2010. According to the news reports published in national newspapers, the government is deliberating the possible...

Soli Sorabjee: Nuclear Liability Rules invalid

Press release | December 13, 2011 at 16:31

New Delhi, December 13, 2011: Eminent jurist and former Attorney General of India, Soli Sorabjee, in an opinion on the notified Rules (1) relating to supplier liability, said that it is inconsistent with the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damages...

Greenpeace: Next Bhopal would be DAE’s fault

Press release | December 3, 2012 at 13:28

New Delhi/Mumbai/Chennai, December 3, 2012: In a statement issued on the 28th anniversary of Bhopal gas tragedy, Greenpeace cautioned Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) of repeating mistakes that lead to mismanagement of Bhopal disaster. The...

Greenpeace: Can you spot the foreign hand?

Press release | August 13, 2012 at 18:56

13 August 2012, New Delhi: In an attempt to stop the dilution of the Nuclear Liability Act through the Rules under the Act, Greenpeace launched a unique mobile drive earlier this month to gather public support for a full-page advertisement in...

Fukushima Crisis Must Never Repeat Again!

Blog entry by Hozefa Merchant | March 11, 2016

Nuclear accidents do happen, more so when the planning and regulation process is exposed to industry influence. This is exactly what happened in Fukushima. The earthquake and the tsunami were just a trigger to an already compromised...

Fighting to protect India from nuclear risks

Blog entry by Greg Muttitt | September 19, 2013

If you’ve ever wondered how nuclear companies stay profitable when a catastrophic accident could cost more than the value of their company, here’s the answer- they make sure they never have to pay the costs. In most countries, the...

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