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Ukraine clings to nuclear power despite Chernobyl trauma

Ukraine is still suffering from the trauma of the world's worst civil nuclear accident at Chernobyl but has nonetheless turned the hazardous fuel into the backbone of its energy portfolio.

Nuclear power could soon be harnessed from oceans

Nuclear power could soon be harnessed from oceans

Scientists are developing a new way of extracting uranium from seawater, an advance that may help countries that lack resources to harness nuclear power from the oceans.

India renews talks on building nuclear power plants: Report

The Indian government has put renewed vigour into nuclear power plans as part of its infrastructure development programme, with negotiations on to unlock long-standing agreements with French, Russian and US companies, said a report released here on Tuesday.

South Korea to mull development of nuclear-powered submarine

South Korean military is to mull the development of its own nuclear-powered submarine against North Korea's nuclear and missile threats, the media reported on Tuesday.

DNA: Analysis of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant and nuclear power generation in India

Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, beginning of golden future for India. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

'China can cooperate with India in nuclear sector'

Describing China as an "important player" in the nuclear sector, a senior Chinese state policy researcher has said it is one of the areas where it can cooperate with India, a remark which comes amidst growing strain between the two countries over the NSG issue.

Nuclear deal holding but more work needed: Iran negotiator

Iran's nuclear deal with world powers is holding a year after it was agreed but more needs to be done to ensure its full implementation, a top Iranian negotiator said Wednesday.

Stronger Indian nuclear industry can make n-power more competitive: Jaishankar

Amidst India's aggressive bid for entry into the elite NSG, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Monday said that a stronger Indian nuclear industry can help make nuclear power more competitive globally.

Russia eyes manufacture of n-power components in India

Russia eyes manufacture of n-power components in India

 Russian atomic power corporation Rosatom is looking forward to participating in the Make in India programme and assembly of fuel rods and control system components appear to be on the cards, an official said.

North Korea stages once-in-a-generation party congress; Kim Jong-un praises nuclear tests

North Korea stages once-in-a-generation party congress; Kim Jong-un praises nuclear tests

North Korea kicked off its first ruling party congress for nearly 40 years today, with state media lauding the isolated country's "prestige" as a nuclear power while maintaining a news blackout on the event itself.

Pak's nuclear warheads aimed at deterring India: US report

Pakistan’s nuclear warheads, which are estimated to be between 110-130, are aimed at deterring India from taking military action against it, according to the latest US Congressional report.

India closing in on Westinghouse deal to build six nuclear reactors

India closing in on Westinghouse deal to build six nuclear reactors

 India expects to seal a contract with Westinghouse Electric Co LLC to build six nuclear reactors in the first half of next year, a senior government official said, in a sign its USD 150 billion dollar nuclear power programme is getting off the ground.

Interest in nuclear power up despite Fukushima: IAEA chief

The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says interest in nuclear power has increased, mainly in Asia, despite the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.

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Pak can become world's 5th strongest country in terms of atomic power: Reports

In the next ten years, Pakistan could become world's fifth strongest country in terms of atomic power. To know more on this watch the full video.

Japan restarts second nuclear reactor despite opposition

Japan Thursday restarted a second nuclear reactor after a shutdown triggered by the 2011 Fukushima crisis, as the government pushes to return to a cheaper energy source despite widespread public opposition.

China targets 20% growth in n-power installation

China's plan to raise installed nuclear power capacity by 20 percent this year indicated that the country is developing nuclear power in a safe and efficient way, a senior energy executive has said.

N-power is expensive: says General Electric CEO

In an interview to the Financial Times, chief executive Jeff Immelt said that most countries were shifting to gas and wind as two main sources of electricity.

India to press ahead on nuclear power

While supporting safety reviews of nuclear establishments, Sharma said: "We are very clear it is an absolute must in the bouquet of energy resources which have to be accessed."

N-power access should not be limited to developed world: Amano

Director General of IAEA Yukiya Amano made a pitch for nuclear power access to developing nations.