HC closes plea to withdraw cases against anti-KKNPP agitators

The Madras High Court closed a petition seeking a direction from the court to Tamil Nadu Home Secretary to issue orders to withdraw cases filed against "innocent" fisher folk youth who took part in the anti-Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant agitation.

Russia won`t arm India’s enemies: Deputy PM Rogozin

Russia wants to expand cooperation with India in defence production by building a new transport aircraft and battle tanks.

CPI-M reiterates support for Kudankulam N-plant

The CPI-M once again pledged support to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project in Tamil Nadu -- though with a safety audit.

Anti-Kudankulam protestors lay siege to sea

Opposing the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, people belonging to various walks of life began a protest at the sea near the atomic power plant.

Kudankulam activists seek support of Mamata

Anti-nuclear activists said Mamata Banerjee took "bold and courageous stand" against the Haripur nuclear project in West Bengal.

HC notice on plea to restrain mining companies nea

Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court ordered notice to Tirunelveli District authorities on a PIL.

Kudankulam: Fishermen lay siege to Tuticorin Port

Days after India`s nuclear operator started loading enriched uranium fuel in the first reactor of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, hundreds of fishermen on Saturday laid siege to the Tuticorin Port.

Kudankulam protesters in water; SC says won`t stay fuel loading

Hundreds of people from Tamil Nadu`s Idinthakarai village, the epicentre of the protests against Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, walked into the sea.

Kudankulam protest leader won’t surrender: Kejriwal

India Against Corruption member activist Arvind Kejriwal joined the movement against the Kudankulam nuclear project.

Situation under control in Kudankulam

The situation in Tamil Nadu`s Idinthakarai village is under control after three days of protests.

Over 1,000 people gather near Kudankulam plant

A tense situation prevailed as over 1,000 anti-nuclear protesters made a vain bid to lay a siege to Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant.

Claim of 3 stage exercise near KNPP a lie: PUCL

PUCL told reporters here that its team had gone to Nakkanery and interviewed people in that area and found that the exercise was not complete.

‘Will withdraw stir if locals favour Koodankulam’

An anti-nuclear forum spearheading the stir against Koodankulam Plant said they would withdraw their protest if locals favoured the project.

‘Religious communities shouldn’t instigate anti-nuke stir’

Union Minister V
Narayanasamy on Saturday urged religious communities not to `instigate` anti-nuclear protestors.

`Anti-KNPP protestors received foreign funds`

The fourth round of talks between the central expert group and the state panel consisting representatives of protestors
is scheduled for January 31.

Fourth round of talks over KNPP planned for Jan 31

The fourth round of meeting between
the Central experts committee and Tamil Nadu Government panel
set up to break the impasse over the KNPP has been planned to be held on January 31.

NPCIL launches campaign to clear KNPP concerns

The NPCIL has launched an intense
media campaign to allay safety fears of the people in and
around the project site.

Koodankulam women, children to meet industrialists

A group of women will also endeavour to meet the leaders of the industries to explain their plight in person.

Dam issue only to divide TN and Kerala people

The Mullaperiyar dam issue between
Tamil Nadu and Kerala was "only to divide" the solidarity of
people from the two states against the Koodankulam Nuclear
Power Plant.

KNPP protesters nominate members for expert panel

Making some headway towards
resolution of the Koodankulam issue, anti-plant protesters
on Tuesday decided to nominate two of their members in the expert
committee to be set up by the Tamil Nadu government.