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Update: KKNPP Must Tell the Whole Truth

Driving in Kopachi, the buried village in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
via Miguel Ortega Lafuente

If you are pro-nuclear for the benefit of progress of your beloved country, your imagination of anti-nuclear ‘activists’ might merely be of a hypocritical bunch of thumb-twiddlers waiting for disaster to win a simple argument. 657 more words


Is KKNPP Needed? Debate, Discussion and Deliberations

Date: 1.11.2012

Time: 1.15pm to 2.45pm

Venue: Dept. of Social Work, S-113

Participants: Shilpa (Moderator), Vishnu Raj, Prasanth.P, Vishnu K Santhosh, Amrutha, Ammu Ashok and  Arun B.R (all S3 MSW students) 813 more words

Departmental Activities

Confirmed Updates, Idinthakarai, Koodankulam: 11 September 2012. 10.00 a.m.

Given the large number of conflicting reports that have been making the rounds, a few of us — informed by reliable local sources — have attempted to reconstruct the events leading up to the current situation based on confirmed information. 2,177 more words


PMANE's Open Letter to Jayalalitha - 'Lets walk the talk '

August 20, 2012


The Struggle Committee

People’s Movement Against Nuclear Energy (PMANE)

Idinthakarai & P. O. 627 104

Phone: 98656 83735



The Honorable Chief Minister… 1,016 more words

Human Rights

tvaraj reblogged this on Impressions and commented:

Most of the people here in our area have been praying to Our Lady of Lourdes at Idinthakarai and to the Sage Vishwamitra in one of his rarest temples in India near Koodankulam with the solemn hope that these divine forces would save them from nuclear threats to their land and the sea. They believe that from Gorbachev and Rajiv Gandhi who initiated the KKNPP to the Russian engineers and scientists who designed the Koodankulam reactors have met with misfortunes. It is only natural for people to turn to supernatural forces when their political energies are dissipated and actions discouraged by the vested interests.

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An Urgent Appeal to the Conscience of the Nation on Koodankulam

The statement below is a reflection of our collective frustration and instead of being sent to the Govt, it will be presented before people of India on May 20th (6 pm) at the India Gate, New Delhi. 651 more words