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India Subcontinent Safety & Regulation

Uttarakhand: the seismic weakness

After constructing a number of dams and hydro-electricity plants (HEPS) in Uttarakhand the Government of India is now planning to establish a nuclear power plant in Uttarakhand. According to Durgesh

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Iran: sanctions lifting still slow

Foreign banks and financial institutions are still hesitant to engage business with Iran and fear the US. Sledgehammer. Despite the recent declaration of U.S Energy secretary, Ernest Moniz, that sanction

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Iran and Europe nuclear cooperation

During the General Conference at IAEA, Mr. Ali Akbar Salehi, Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) announced that Iran is cooperating with Switzerland, Czech Republic, several other countries

Middle East Other countries Safety & Regulation

Iran and Switzerland deal on nuclear safety

On March 2016, Switzerland President Johann Schneider along with ENSI Director General Hans Wanner visited Iran where both parties Iran and Switzerland exchanged information on civil nuclear safety. On 28th

India Subcontinent Safety & Regulation

Bangladesh has no plan for the spent fuel in Rooppur

Bangladesh with the help of Russia will build its first ever nuclear power plant at Rooppur. As this will be a first ever nuclear power plant of Bangladesh, so Bangladesh

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Radiation monitoring in Bahrain

Chief Executive of the Supreme Council for the Environment Dr.. Mohammed Ben Dinh announced that Bahrain, in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) installed five stations for measuring

Greater China Safety & Regulation

Low and Intermediate-Level Waste plan in China

A recent International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA) review recommend to the Chinese Authorities to speed up the adoption of the Nuclear Safety Act, to design a long-term policy for the radioactive

Middle East Safety & Regulation

IAEA targets Syria

Mr. Yukiya Amano, General Director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) exacted Syria to disclose information about the Deir al-Zour site, which is alleged to be a nuclear power

Greater China Safety & Regulation

China: a weak regulator

Li Ganjie, China’s vice Minister of Environmental Protection (MEP) and administrator of the National Nuclear Safety Authority (NNSA) is a well-known advocate of the transparency and internationalization of the Chinese