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30 December 2017

India: Delhi Solidarity Group report finds “violation of safety norms” and “tearing hurry” at power unit as key reasons behind Nov 2017 blast

Author: Indian Express

"Safety norms violation led to NTPC Unchahar tragedy: Report," 10 December 2017...

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13 November 2017

India: Boiler blast at National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) power plant in Raebareli killed 29

Author: Alok Pandey, NDTV (India)

NTPC engineers were trying to fix boiler before blast killed 29: Probe, 3 November, 2017 ...

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10 November 2017

India: Blast at National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) coal plant in Raebareli killed 29

On 1 November, 2017, the 1,550 MW Feroze Gandhi Unchahar Thermal Power project, a coal-based power plant in Raebareli in Uttar Pradesh, met with an accident at its Unit VI, which was under construction. There was a boiler blast at this state-run...

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24 January 2015

In open letter to Modi, Obama, Gujarat villages seek public debate on nuclear power

Author: Rahi Gaikwad

Heads of four villages in Gujarat’s Bhavnagar district have written an open letter to United States President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling for a public discussion and debate on the proposed 6,000-MW Mithivirdi Nuclear...

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22 January 2015

India: Discussions with business leaders at CEO Forum & patent laws among other topics to be discussed during Obama's visit

US President Barack Obama will start a three-day landmark trip to India on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invitation to build on what he has said will be one of the defining relationships of the 21st century. Obama, who is the first US president to be...

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30 October 2012

Doc] NTPC response [India

Author: NTPC

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