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First concrete for Kakrapar 3 and 4

Located in: New Nuclear

22 November 2010

India's first pair of indigenously designed 700 MWe pressurised heavy water reactors are now officially under construction with the first pour of concrete at Kakrapar 3 and 4.

Contract for Indian reactor components

Located in: New Nuclear

26 May 2010

Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) will undertake main plant civil works of units 7 and 8 of the Rajasthan Atomic Power Project (RAPP) after a Rs8880 million ($188 million) contract by Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd.

Dummy fuel for Kudankulam

Located in: New Nuclear

26 April 2010

Kudankulam (ASE)The first of India's Russian-designed nuclear power reactors has taken a step closer to start-up with the loading of dummy fuel assemblies into the core of Kudankulam 1.

Nuclear 'roadmap' in latest Russia-India accords

Located in: Nuclear Policies

15 March 2010

Putin and Singh (Image: Prime Minister's Office)New agreements between Russia and India cover cooperation in nuclear power and a roadmap for this year's work by the two countries. Meanwhile, the Indian government has deferred a bill that could be vital to opening nuclear trade with the USA.

Stronger nuclear bonds for India and Russia

Located in: Nuclear Policies

08 December 2009

Singh and Medvedev (Presidential Press and Information Office)Further international cooperation was agreed yesterday towards another four Russian reactors at Kudankulam, India as well as more at a new site, Haripur in West Bengal.

Indian joint venture for nuclear components

Located in: New Nuclear

30 November 2009

NPCIL-LandTIndia will have a world-class heavy forging facility for future nuclear power plants after a joint venture by Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd and Larsen & Toubro.

First criticality for Rajasthan reactor

Located in: New Nuclear

24 November 2009

The new fifth nuclear reactor at India's Rajasthan Atomic Power Project (RAPP) has reached first criticality, bringing the total number operating in the country to 18.

Indian law change essential for nuclear growth

Located in: Nuclear Policies

12 November 2009

Kudankulam (ASE)The Indian government must allow private investment in nuclear generation as a matter of urgency, according to the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Meanwhile, Russia looks set to sign contracts to build two new units in India.

New player for Indian nuclear

Located in: Corporate

06 November 2009

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd has positioned itself for involvement in the country's growing nuclear sector while India's round of cooperation deals continued.

Rajasthan units operating by January

Located in: Industry Talk

08 October 2009

[New Kerala/IANS, 8 October] The fifth and sixth units at India's Rajasthan nuclear power plant are both expected to be fully operating by January, according to SK Jain, chairman of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL). In a press interview, Jain said that he was hoping for approvals from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) this month that would clear the way for unit 5 to start operating by early November, followed by unit 6 in January 2010. Both the units will come under the IAEA's India-specific safeguards that will allow it to qualify for imported fuel. Jain also said that two Russian-designed units being built at Kudankulam would be commissioned in 2010, with work on the third and fourth units at the site likely to start by "year end". Necessary approvals for groundwork to start on the six-reactor plant to be built by French company Areva at Jaitapur in Maharashtra are likely to be granted shortly afterwards, he said.

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