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BHEL expands footprint in nuclear business

BHEL expands footprint in nuclear business

The Rs 486 crore order has been placed on BHEL by Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL).

BHEL bags Rs 486 crore order from NPCIL for Kudankulam project

BHEL bags Rs 486 crore order from NPCIL for Kudankulam project

State-owned BHEL Sunday said it has secured an order worth Rs 486 crore from Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) to erect the ...Read More

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Kudankulam N-plant II restarts generation

CHENNAI: The second unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) was reconnected to the southern power grid on Saturday morning, s...Read More

10 PHWRs is a historic step by Indian government: KBL

10 PHWRs is a historic step by Indian government: KBL

New Delhi : Recently, Union minister Piyush Goyal had announced setting up of 10 pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWRs) for nuclear pow...Read More

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Russia to supply components to TN nuke-plant

Chennai: ZiO-Podolsk, the machine engineering arm of Russian nuclear group Rosatom has been qualified to supply equipments for the third ...Read More

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Fresh plan for Jaitapur, too

New Delhi: France has given a fresh techno-commercial proposal for building six atomic reactors in Jaitapur even as it again raised conce...Read More

Restart Kudankulam & neutralise Maoists: Jaya

Restart Kudankulam & neutralise Maoists: Jaya

Chennai : Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Saturday urged the Centre to recommence the production in Kudankulam Unit-I, now unde...Read More

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Jaitapur N-plant seeks extension of green nod

Mumbai : The partial and conditional environmental clearance granted to the proposed 9,900-MW Jaitapur nuclear power project in Maharasht...Read More

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Jaitapur project officials say eco-clearance extension soon, protesters disagree

Mumbai : The extension of the five-year environmental clearance granted to Maharashtra’s upcoming Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project, which l...Read More

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‘Work on Jaitapur project likely to begin in two years’

New Delhi : Spurred by two agreements signed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to France, work on the Jaitapur nuclear p...Read More

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India, US Extend Nuclear Talks

New Delhi  :India and the US extended their talks in London by a day on Thursday to iron out the kinks in the way of operationalising the...Read More

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Sena Will Continue To Oppose Jaitapur Plant

Mumbai : Notwithstanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strong push for nuclear energy which he wants trebled by 2024, ally Shiv Sena on ...Read More

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