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France Takes Steps to Shift to More Renewables For Energy

By Lisa Bryant France, the world's most nuclear energy-dependent nation, is taking its first steps to shift to more renewables to power up. This is the...

Women of America Are Stepping Up As Nuclear Energy Advocates

The availability of cheap natural gas and greater energy efficiency has reduced demand for nuclear energy in recent years Nuclear power is...

For Cleaner and Greener World! India and Japan Sign Landmark Civil Nuclear Agreement

November 11, 2016: "A landmark deal for a cleaner, greener world! PM Narendra Modi and PM Shinzō Abe witness exchange of the landmark Civil Nuclear...

Find out How ‘Shiva Linga’ in Hinduism is related to Science

Hiranyagarbha is the beginning of life and is a formula that is complete within itself and does not require any organ to reproduce ...

Government approves 10 sites for nuclear power projects

By NewsGram Staff Writer The government has permitted 10 sites for establishing new power projects, Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday. Listing out 10 sites located...

World’s biggest threat right now: Pakistan’s 250 nuclear weapons

By Newsgram Staff Writer Pakistan is again making South Asia’s blood run cold by its actions. It has sunk deeper into chaos, threatened by economic...

India may soon be a world nuclear energy giant; ranks 3 in reactors under construction

By Newsgram Staff Writer India is currently seventh in the world in terms of reactors in operation but ranks 3rd in number of reactors under...

Obama and the Nuclear Deal to India – Negotiations over a potent catastrophe?

(The possibility of a nuclear energy deal is one of the high cards that the Indian government has been expecting to explore in order...

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