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TOKYO, April 19 Kyodo The cost of disposing of spent nuclear fuel if Japan closes all its atomic power plants by 2020 is estimated to reach 7.
Tokyo, Dec 19 (ANI): Japan is prepping to tighten laws and regulations related to atomic power plants, obliging operators of existing reactors to comply with the latest safety requirements, government sources have said.
Authorities in Fukushima prefecture say rice produced near the stricken atomic power plant contained caesium they measured at 630 becquerels per kilogram to restrict shipments of rice from Onami -- from where the samples were sourced -- according to an agricultural ministry official.
The connection to national grid is expected to lead pre-launch of first atomic power plant in Middle East.
TOKYO, August 02, 2011 (Balochistan Times): An estimated 1,700 people rallied in the capital of Japans Fukushima region, home to a crippled atomic power plant, on Sunday, calling for an end to nuclear energy, local media reported.
US nuclear experts have offered advice on stabilising the tsunami-hit Fukushima atomic power plant, where the US military has flown in coolants and deployed two freshwater barges and fire engines to help douse daily in an editorial last week reflected a view voiced by many survivors of the tsunami disaster, which devastated a vast swathe of Japan's Pacific coast and left over 13,000 people dead and 14,000 missing.
Summary: Japan's nuclear disaster has triggered global alarm and reviews of safety at atomic power plants around the world.
Japan's struggle to avert a nuclear disaster has led to new calls for a planned huge atomic power plant on the western coast of India to be scrapped.