Radioactive material goes missing in Kazakhstan

Authorities in Kazakhstan are on high alert after a container holding the highly radioactive and dangerous substance caesium-137 disappeared in the west of the country, police said on Tuesday.

Mexico finds stolen radioactive material outside box

Mexican authorities found a stolen medical device containing dangerous radioactive material outside the truck that was carrying it north of Mexico City, threatening the life of those who touched it, officials said.

Rita Ora inspired by Prince

British pop star Rita Ora has taken inspiration from Prince and Chaka Khan for her next album.

Fukushima radioactive plume to reach US coast in three years

A recent study has revealed that the radioactive particles leaked by the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean, will reach the US coastline within the three years of the incident.

TEPCO discloses amount of tritium leaked from Fukushima

The operator of Japan`s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant has given its first public estimate of the size of the leakage of radioactive tritium into the Pacific Ocean since the disaster.

Rita Ora strips off for new magazine cover

Rita Ora ditched her top as she posed for GQ magazine before heading to Glastonbury festival.

Fukushima plant springs another radioactive leak

Japan`s crippled Fukushima nuclear plant has sprung yet another leak of radioactive water, its operator said on Thursday, latest in an increasingly long line of mishaps to rattle public confidence.

Greenpeace warns of radioactive sea life off Japan

Greenpeace said it detected seaweed radiation levels 50 times higher than official limits.

Japan stops nuclear plant leak; crisis far from over

Still 11,500 tons of contaminated water needs to be pumped back into ocean.

More radioactive water spills at Japan nuke plant

Emergency crews struggled to pump out tons of contaminated water & bring the plant back under control.

Japan fights N-catastrophe as radioactivity could last months

After earthquake and tsunami, Japan is scrambling to contain nuclear meltdown fears following 2 blasts at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

DU hopes for partial lifting of radioactive substance ban

Delhi University is hopeful
that the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board will upturn a ban on
the use of mild or weak radioactive sources.

No radioactive threat in AMU: Expert panel

An expert committee appointed by
the Aligarh Muslim University to look into a "radioactive
material threat" has concluded that the radiation levels in
the area were "within safe limits".

Two Cobalt-60 patients to be discharged from hospital

Two patients, who were admitted
to the Army Research and Referral Hospital last month after
being exposed to radiation from radioactive object in scrap,
are likely to be discharged soon.

Radioactive scrap in Delhi could have come from abroad: Govt

Government on Tuesday said radioactive
material found among scrap in Mayapuri in West Delhi, which
triggered panic early this month, apparently came from abroad.

Delhi police puzzled about origin of radioactive substance

Police are still groping in the dark about origin of radio-active substance which landed in a W Delhi scrap market, leading to at least six persons falling critically ill.

Radiation leak: Govt says will take action

Govt is gathering details about the "radiation leak" in a west Delhi & will decide on action.

Radiation level in affected area of Delhi ‘normalises’

The radiation level in West Delhi’s Mayapuri area have come down to normal, Department of Atomic Energy (DEA) declares on Friday evening.

Model to track movement of radioactive fall-out after nuclear explosion developed

A scientist has developed models that can track the movement of radioactive fall-out carried by the wind after a nuclear explosion.

No Radioactive material on Korean Ship: Preliminary reports

New Delhi: The seized North Korean ship
does not seem to have any trace of chemical, biological,
radioactive or nuclear material, the report of two nuclear
scientists who carried out preliminary investigations at Port
Blair suggests.