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    1. By Sanjeev Miglani NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India ratified an international convention on nuclear energy accident liability, the government said on Thursday, the final piece in its efforts to address the concerns of foreign nuclear suppliers and draw them into a market worth billions of dollars. Nuclear reactor makers such as General Electric have been reluctant to set up plants in India because of...

    2. The Convention will come into force for India 90 days from the date of deposit of the ratification instrument, which is May 4, 2016.

    3. India ratified an international convention on nuclear energy accident liability, the government said on Thursday, the final piece in its efforts to address the concerns of foreign nuclear suppliers and draw them into a market worth billions of dollars. Nuclear reactor makers such as General Electric have been reluctant to set up plants in India because of a 2010 liability law that makes ...

    4. By Sanjeev Miglani NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India ratified an international convention on nuclear energy accident liability, the government said on Thursday, the final piece in its efforts to address the concerns of foreign nuclear suppliers and draw them into a market worth billions of dollars. Nuclear reactor makers such as General Electric have been reluctant to set up plants in India because of...

      Nuke power boost gets a step closer - The Financial Express via Yahoo! Finance India

    5. Compensation for nuclear damage: US welcomes India's move

      Business Standard IndiaFeb 05 09:44 PM

      Said that the 'important step' will facilitate participation by American companies in the construction of nuclear reactors in India

    6. Washington, Feb 6 (IANS): The US has welcomed India's ratification of an international convention on nuclear energy accident liability, removing the last hurdle for the landmark India-US nuclear deal and paving the way for US firms to build nuclear plants in India.

    7. India submits nuclear instrument of ratification

      IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsFeb 04 09:16 AM

      New Delhi, Feb 4 (IANS) In a significant development in terms of its nuclear liability, India on Thursday submitted the Instrument of Ratification of the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage, 1997, to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna. "Ambassador and Permanent Representative of India Rajiva Misra handed over the Instrument of Ratification to Acting ...

    8. The United States has welcomed Indian government's move to ratify the Convention on Supplementary Compensation (CSC) for Nuclear Damages, stating that the "important step" will facilitate participatio...

    9. Nuclear still unclear: Does ratification of CSC fix problems of nuclear law?

      The Financial Express via Yahoo! Finance IndiaFeb 05 09:01 AM

      Now that India has ratified the Convention on Supplementary Compensation (CSC) for Nuclear Damage, the question is whether this paves the way for firms like GE, Westinghouse and Areva setting up nuclear plants in India or whether the Indian Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage (CNLD) Act still effectively acts as a deterrent. Considering that, on his visit to India less than six months ago, GE CEO...

    10. Editorial: Nuclear still unclear

      The Financial Express via Yahoo! Finance IndiaFeb 05 04:23 PM

      Now that India has ratified the Convention on Supplementary Compensation (CSC) for Nuclear Damage, the question is whether this paves the way for firms like GE, Westinghouse and Areva setting up nuclear plants in India or whether the Indian Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage (CNLD) Act still effectively acts as a deterrent. Considering that, on his visit to India less than six months ago, GE CEO...

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