Indian government signs pact with Russia for additional reactors

The Indian government has signed a pact with Russia to build six more nuclear reactors in India. Russia’s state-owned firm Rosatom would build its third-generation nuclear reactor at a new site, and not Kudankulam (Tamil Nadu) and the earlier proposed Haripur (West Bengal), with increased participation from Indian companies. In addition, the pact would facilitate the participation of Indian companies in Russian-designed nuclear power projects in other countries.

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