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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New Delhi | 7 June 2016: Greenpeace India today released a report titled ‘Red Alert – India’s nuclear disaster plans, outdated and inadequate’.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...

Mr Prime Minister do not dodge the act to favour foreign nuclear suppliers

Action | January 17, 2013 at 19:00

Yet again our government is favouring foreign nuclear vendors over the safety and interests of Indian people. The government is trying to dilute the Nuclear Liability Act, 2010 by nullifying the most important component of the Act which says that...

Act Now

The nuclear industry profits, while people pay.

Greenpeace: Nuclear power is unsafe and no quick fix

Press release | May 28, 2013 at 16:13

After the Supreme Court clearance to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant earlier this month, Greenpeace activists unfurled a net banner in the Nagercoil wind farms, advocating that the country’s future lies in renewable energy and not in 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...

Are we looking close enough?

Blog entry by Rahul Prasad | December 3, 2014

The drafters of the constitution chose democracy as the mode of governance for India. Wisely so, because democracy has a mutual relationship with the people. The people stand by the state and the state, in turn, stands for the people.

From our radiation sampling team in Japan

Blog entry by Brian Fitzgerald | March 28, 2011

Jacob Namminga , one of our radiation safety advisors, spoke to me via Skype about today's sampling trip in a rural area of Japan, to the north west of the Fukushima nuclear plant. We'll be reporting the details of our findings  once...

Tell EC to stand its ground

Blog entry by Hozefa Merchant & Neha Saigal | March 27, 2014

According to our electoral system, once the election dates are announced, model code of conduct sets in. The model code of conduct is essentially a framework which lists down dos and don'ts for those who are in power as well as those...

Coming together to stop nuclear weapons

Blog entry by Jen Maman | March 25, 2013

Earlier this month, more then 130 governments, UN agencies and the global Red Cross Movement met in Oslo at the invitation of the Norwegian government, to discuss the humanitarian, environmental and developmental consequences of...

Realities of the Koodankulam anti-nuclear protests

Blog entry by Ali Abbas | September 17, 2012

My journey to Koodankulam started on the evening of September 16 from Bangalore city. As I was about to board the bus I received a message on my cell phone saying, "200 people detained in Tuticorin. Are you one among them?" At first I...

British scientist blames James Bond villain for unpopularity of nuclear power

Blog entry by Justin McKeating | January 16, 2012

Well, now we know; the reason for widespread public distrust of nuclear power is because way back in 1962, Dr No - the evil scientist in the James Bond film of the same name - built a nuclear reactor on a Jamaican island and used it...

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