Monocolumn: Indian Anti-Nuclear Lobby Gains Steam

Monocolumn: Indian Anti-Nuclear Lobby Gains Steam
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Japan’s tsunami-triggered nuclear alert has had particular resonance in India, where nuclear power has been widely embraced as an efficient way to meet the country’s leaping energy demand.

Monocle
  • 25 april 2011

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Japan’s tsunami-triggered nuclear alert has had particular resonance in India, where nuclear power has been widely embraced as an efficient way to meet the country’s leaping energy demand. And after Delhi signed a long sought-after deal with the US effectively allowing it to take part in global nuclear trade, the desire to beef up its capacity has been relentless.

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