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The report covers the present scenario and the its growth prospects of the global nuclear reactor construction market for the period 2015-2019.
However, this is not the first time Arihant has violated a deadline -- the nuclear reactor, for example, was much behind schedule when it achieved criticality on August 10.
Jordan, which imports about 96 percent of its annual energy needs, plans to build several nuclear reactors for power generation.
Khurasani explained that "the nuclear reactor Kuwait plans to build is 500meters away from the first residential area in Iraq, and 30km from the nearest Kuwaiti residential area.
If our Government and others seriously wish to avoid nuclear weapons proliferation, (and climate change), they would devote 1000% more effort into perfecting thorium nuclear reactors to make this the preferred choice for all future nuclear reactors.
The news comes just ahead of a 35-state IAEA meeting on 6 June, at which Washington had planned to report Syria to the United Nations Security Council, shortly after an IAEA report stated that the agency 'assessed that the building destroyed-was a nuclear reactor.
In a February report, Amano had said only that features of the bombed structure were "similar to what may be found at nuclear reactor sites.
World statistics show there are around 440 nuclear reactors now which provide about 16 per cent of global electricity needs.
Coopers analysis of more than three dozen cost estimates for proposed new nuclear reactors shows that the projected price tags for the plants have quadrupled since the start of the industry's so-called "Nuclear Renaissance" at the beginning of this decade, a striking parallel to the eventually sevenfold increase in reactor cost estimates that doomed the "Great Bandwagon Market" of the 1960s and 1970s, when half of the planned reactors had to be abandoned or canceled due to massive cost overruns.
But in 1989, Huff learned of a meltdown of a nuclear reactor at the laboratory 30 years earlier and of extensive radioactive and toxic contamination.
North Korean officials said that Washington "should not even dream" that Pyongyang would give up its nuclear weapons program until it first receives a light-water nuclear reactor.
An explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear reactor in the Soviet Union in 1986 killed 31 people and caused hundreds of thousands of cases of delayed illnesses.

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