Radiation leak detected at New Mexico nuclear plant

US investigators have been taking samples at a New Mexico underground nuclear waste site where airborne radiation was detected, though authorities stressed they had found no contamination.

NGT sets up panel to inspect Mayapuri scrap market

The National Green Tribunal has set up a six-member committee to conduct an inspection of the Mayapuri scrap market.

`No radiation from Andhra truck accident`

The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) on Tuesday said there has been no radioactive leakage from a container carrying uranium peroxide which met with an accident in Andhra Pradesh.

Japan doubles plant radiation leak estimate

Japan has more than doubled its initial estimate of radiation released from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant in the week after the March 11 tsunami, ahead of the launch of an official probe Tuesday.

Japan may close nuclear plant, tiny radiation leak at another

Japan Atomic Power said it was investigating the cause of the leak.

Atomic Board slaps show-cause on DU for radiation exposure

Taking a serious view, the
Atomic Energy Regulatory Board on Thursday slapped a notice on Delhi University to explain how safety rules were violated after the
radiation exposure in a Delhi scrap market was traced to its
Chemistry department.

Two more sources of radiation detected in Delhi

Two more sources of radiation were detected in the Mayapuri scrap market in the city where Cobalt-60 was recovered, taking the total sources of radioactive substance found in the industrial area to 10.

Radiation leak: Did Cobalt-60 come from abroad?

As investigators groped for clues
to find the source of Cobalt-60 that created panic in West
Delhi, the possibility of the nuclear material being part of
some imported industrial waste is not being ruled out.

No need to panic: Dikshit on radiation leak

Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit
tonight asked people not to panic after five people were
exposed to radiation in the city, saying all efforts will be
made to ensure that such incidents do not recur.

No radiation leak at Kaiga, workers safe: NPCIL

Maintaining that there was no
release of radioactivity in and outside the Kaiga Atomic Power
Plant, the Nuclear Power Corporation of India on Sunday said it is
only a drinking water cooler that was contaminated.