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15 December 2015

Human rights commission in India opens official probe into excessive radiation exposures

Author: R. Jeffrey Smith, Centre for Public Integrity

A government commission that monitors and enforces human rights in India has opened a probe into allegations reported by the Center for Public Integrity that villagers living near government-run uranium mines and others living downstream have...

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Article
13 December 2015

India’s nuclear industry pours its wastes into a river of death and disease

Author: Adrian Levy, Center for Public Integrity

On Aug. 21, 2014...a justice in this state’s court ordered an official inquiry into allegations that the nuclear industry exposed tens of thousands of workers and villagers to dangerous levels of radiation, heavy metals or other carcinogens, including...

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Report
7 December 2009

Elevated Alpha Radiation Level in Water of River Subarnarekha and Tube Well at In-and-Off Zone of Jaduguda Mine, India

Author: Dipak Ghosh, Argha Deb, Biswajit Das & Rosalima Sengupta, Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution,

The Subarnarekha river is a major river rising from the Chota Nagpur plateau of Jharkhand State, India. After passing through Jharkhand state, the river enters the Indian state of West Bengal, Orissa and finally falls into the Bay of Bengal. Jaduguda...

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Company non-response
24 June 2009

Uranium Corp. of India Ltd (UCIL) did not respond to: Local residents in Jharkhand protest expansion of UCIL uranium mine due to health, environmental impacts.

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