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WASHINGTON, Feb. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Securing America's Future Energy (SAFE) praised President Obama's announcement today of federal loan guarantees to begin the construction of a new nuclear power facility in Georgia.
The demand for atomic energy is making it increasingly difficult to control the spread of nuclear weapons, a senior US official acknowledged on Wednesday.
Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama voiced support for nuclear energy during last night's campaign debate in Nashville, Tenn. Following is a statement by the Nuclear Energy Institute's president and chief executive officer, Frank L.
Text of report by leading moderate reformist Iranian daily E'temad website Text of commentary by Dr Reza Amrollahi headlined "Nuclear energy and a few questions to the future president" published by Iranian newspaper E'temad website on 29 September Today our country is faced with numerous issues in the fields of water and energy and this has been followed by some questions from every Iranian.
Prabhakar Sinha & Rupali Mukherjee NEW DELHI: The Indo-US nuclear deal will not only help the country in generating nuclear power but also give a technological edge to Indian industry in manufacturing of medicine, textiles and other high-tech sectors.
By Robert Burns Associated Press RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany -- A historic and highly sensitive deal that opens up U.S. nuclear trade with India should trigger an across-the-board improvement in U.S.
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a measure allowing the export of nuclear power technology to India. As part of the deal to allow it to import nuclear materials for civilian electricity generation, India says it will refrain from testing nuclear weapons, CNN reported.
China is calling for "balance" between non-proliferation concerns and peaceful civilian nuclear power use in India's quest to obtain nuclear fuel imports.
To: NATIONAL EDITORS Contact: Ron Somers of U.S.-India Business Council, +1-202-463- 5626, email@example.com Historic Agreement Good for India, Good for the Environment, and Good for Nuclear Safety and Nonproliferation U.S.-India Business Council Launches Advocacy Campaign on Capitol Hill WASHINGTON, Aug.
Text of report by private Indian television channel Zee News website on 1 August, subheading as carried Vienna, Aug 1 -- India's hectic lobbying with the IAEA Board of Governors to get its specific safeguards agreement ratified got a boost on Friday [1 August] when the nuke watchdog's chief Mohamed ElBaradei came out in support by pronouncing that the agreement with India confirms to the agency's rules.