[Premium] Nuclear Power Generation in India – Complete Analysis

Recently in the UN General Assembly (UNGA), India has declared that nuclear energy is crucial for meeting the challenge of climate change and suggested measures to increase its public acceptance. It has to be noted that, nuclear energy has been receiving stiff opposition and some countries even plan to phase out their nuclear power plants due to their inherent risks.
In this article, you will learn what is nuclear energy? How do nuclear reactors work? What are the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear energy? How nuclear fusion different from fission and its advantages and challenges? What is the stand of different countries? What is India's 3 stage nuclear power programme? What are the advantages and disadvantages of thorium-based reactors? and What is the current status of the 3 stage programme and its challenges?


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[Premium] INS Arihant completed patrol – Does India truly achieved Nuclear Triad?

Recently, India’s first indigenous nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine (SSBN), INS Arihant (destroyer of enemies), has successfully completed its first deterrence patrol. It means that the submarine is fully operational now and when the signal goes out from New Delhi to INS Arihant, it should be able to launch a nuclear missile. However, experts have questioned its credibility to achieve a true nuclear triad.


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US’s Withdrawal from INF Treaty – Is it the End of Arms Control?

The United States President Donald Trump has recently announced that US will unilaterally pull out of 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty which was signed by the US and Russia during Cold War era for banning all ground-launch nuclear missiles with the range between 500 and 5500 km. However, US accuses Russia to have developed a new medium-range missile and it has also been concerned about China which is not a signatory to the INF treaty, producing medium-range missiles.