India's nuclear debate hots up after tsunami floods reactor

Jayaraman, K. S.
February 2005
Nature;2/17/2005, Vol. 433 Issue 7027, p675
Academic Journal
Reports on the impact of tsunami on the nuclear reactor site in India. Reason for authorities to know the status of the site after the flood; Speculation on the purpose for reopening the issue about the project; Utilization of the reactor as a source of energy in the region.


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