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Koodankulam nuke plant: Cops thwart sea siege plan

Around 2,500 country-craft fishermen, led by PMANE coordinator S.P. Udayakumar, participated in a sea siege protest on Monday, demanding the scrapping of the Koodankulam nuclear power project.

Koodankulam project official receives threat letter

As the controversial Koodankulam Nuclear Power plant is set to be commissioned this month, an anonymous letter threatening its site director has sent the authorities and police into a tizzy.

For birds, temple bell doesn’t ring


If the festival of lights - Deepavali - is believed to bring prosperity to millions of people in this country, the people of Koonthankulam village, in Tirunelveli district, eagerly await the arri­val

Oz filmmaker detained on way to K-plant

Australian documentary fi­lmmaker, David Bradbury, known for his crusade ag­ainst nuclear energy, and his wife, Linda Treena Rose, were detained by the Kudankulam police on the­ir way to Idinthakarai

High K-plant security amid sea-siege

Around 5,000 fishermen in about 800 fibre and mechanised boats held a protest at sea against the KKNPP on a four-point demand of scrapping the nuclear power project, withdrawing all cases registered a

K-plant fuel loading over


The fuel-loading process in the first unit of Kudankulam nuclear power project (KKNPP) is said to have been completed and the unit is ready to attain criticality, according to a highly-placed KKNPP so

Nuke protesters form chain at sea

Having failed to lay siege to the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) on Monday, anti-nuke activists formed a human chain at sea on Thursday, demanding that the fuel loading process be stopped at

Will arrest Udayakumar: IG


Tamil Nadu additional director general of police S. George on Tuesday said normalcy had returned to the Koodankulam region and warned of stringent action against those indulging in violence or spreadi

Agitators use clever ruse to get near nuclear plant


The protest march and siege planned by the anti-KKNPP agitators on Sunday caught the security personnel unawares as the activists changed their plan at the last minute and reached the backyard of the

Kalam vouches for plant safety

Former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam has said he is fully satisfied with the safety features of the nuclear reactors at Koodankulam nuclear power project (KKNPP).

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