Making it clear that it would not take any shortcuts to safety, India`s N-operator NPCIL said it has replaced the four faulty valves of the Kudankulam atomic power plant which is now rpt now undergoing pre-commissioning tests.
India`s nuclear operator NPCIL said it has replaced four faulty valves of Kudankulam atomic power plant which is not undergoing pre-commissioning tests.
Indian nuclear engineers` quest for perfection is leading to delays in commissioning of the first unit of Kudankulam atomic power plant which is now expected to start operating next month.
India`s nuclear regulator on Friday said it has granted permission for loading of fuel into the much-delayed Kudankulam atomic power plant.
India`s nuclear regulator has found no defects in the reactor pressure vessel of the Kudankulam atomic power plant, the Lok Sabha was informed.
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