Jaitapur project to be scrapped if Sena comes to power: Uddhav Thackeray

Reiterating its strong opposition to the proposed 9,900-MW nuclear power plant in Jaitapur, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said his party would scrap the project if it is voted to power in the state after the October 15 assembly polls.

Jaitapur N-plant to be scrapped if Sena comes to power: Uddhav

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray promised villagers here today that the Jaitapur nuclear power project would be scrapped if his party comes to power after the forthcoming elections.

South Korea keen on setting up nuclear power plant in India

Keen to enter India`s growing nuclear market, South Korea wants to build an atomic power plant here but India is not rushing into it.

Jaitapur N-project won`t affect fishing in the area: Govt

The nuclear power plant at Jaitapur village in coastal Ratnagiri district won`t have any impact on fishing, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Wednesday said.

CPI (ML-Lib) to step up anti-nuclear energy movement

CPI(ML-Liberation) on Saturday said it will strengthen the ongoing anti-nuclear plant movements in various parts of the country.

`Compensation not the issue, Jaitapur project must be scrapped`

In the face of stiff local opposition, Maharashtra government recently decided to give compensation of Rs 22.5 lakh per hectare to the project-affected people.

Nod to set up six nuclear power plants at Jaitapur

The government has given approval for setting up six nuclear power plants with assistance from French company Areva at Jaitapur in Maharashtra, Minister of State in PMO V Narayanasamy said.

`Risk of nuclear accident rises in Jaitapur`

The National Committee in Solidarity with Jaitapur Struggle, said it was not clear how the issues of spent fuel storage were being addressed.

French n-regulator nod for Jaitapur`s EPR reactors

The Indian nuclear operator was awaiting a report on the
safety aspects of the EPR
which was reviewed by ASN along with the 58 nuclear power
units under operation in France.

Bombay HC allows public meeting at Jaitapur

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted
permission to two former judges to hold a public meeting at Jaitapur in coastal

‘Work on Jaitapur, Koodankulam might be delayed’

The DAE has disfavoured the scrapping of these
projects in view of the mounting energy needs.

Maha govt still backing Jaitapur N project: Chavan

The government had demanded more funds for repair of national highways passing through the state.

Karat extends support to Jaitapur protests

CPM General Secretary
Prakash Karat and CPI leader D Raja Tuesday assured all support
to the local people in Jaitapur, who are protesting against
the proposed 9,900-MW nuclear power plant.

`Jaitapur N-project will be implemented`

Jaitapur N-project will be implemented, said Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh.

Disappointed with Justice Shah`s remarks: Ramesh

Environment Minister Jairam
Ramesh on Monday termed as "most unscientific approach" former
CJ of Delhi HC AP Shah`s remarks that the Jaitapur nuclear project would be a
catastrophe if all the safety concerns were not addressed.

Agreement with Areva SA for Jaitapur to be vetted by Cabinet

The terms of the final agreement
with French company Areva SA for the Jaitapur nuclear plant in
Maharashtra will be vetted by the Union Cabinet, a senior
official said.

Protesters set up tribunal over Jaitapur issue

In order to address the grievances of
villagers of Jaitapur, the site for the proposed 9,900 MW N-Power project in Ratnagiri, a People`s Tribunal on the
Safety, Viability and Cost Efficiency of N-Energy was set up.

Fear of catastrophe should not hinder Jaitapur project: Pawar

Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said that development activities cannot be stopped in fear of natural calamities.

Maha govt prosecutes two anti-Jaitapur activists

Maharashtra government has informed
Bombay High Court that it has initiated criminal prosecution
against two activists.

Chavan has taken contract for Jaitapur project: Uddhav

Shiv Sena executive president said his party would not tolerate risk to the people of the state.