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Solar tsunami, alien attacks, nuclear explosions, and more: Here is what deceased Baba Vanga predicted for the year 2023

Baba Vanga had predicted a solar tsunami, which could potentially destroy the magnetic field of the Earth, cause communication failures and even blackouts.

India to develop Small Modular Reactors with up to 300 MW capacity for Clean Energy Transition: Union Minister Jitendra Singh

Union minister Dr Jitendra Singh said that the govt is taking steps to develop Small Modular Reactors (SMR) to produce clean energy

Russian forces seize Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant after an intense fight, days after capturing surrounding areas

The Russian troops seized the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant days after capturing the areas surrounding the nuclear power plant.

Russia-Ukraine war: Fire breaks at Zaporizhzhia, Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, which provides more than a fifth of electricity to Ukraine

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba claimed that the Russian troops opened fire from all sides upon Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant

India makes a strong claim for inclusion in the Nuclear Supplier Group at the G20 meet, links it with achieving climate goals

India said at the G20 meeting that it needs inclusion in NSG to ensure supply of nuclear fuel to meet its climate goals

2 days after China admitted 5 fuel rods were damaged at Taishan nuclear plant, top nuclear scientist found dead under mysterious circumstances

One of China's top nuclear scientists and the Vice-President of Harbin Engineering University died after falling off from a building

Sri Lanka asks ship carrying nuclear material for China to leave Hambantota, had docked after developing technical snag

A top official of the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Authority informed, “The ship failed to declare its dangerous cargo - uranium hexafluoride and we decided to order it to leave our waters immediately.”

Iran increases its uranium enrichment programme to 60%, its highest level ever, following attack on Natanz nuclear facility

After Iran's Natanz nuclear plant suffered a major sabotage, Tehran had vowed to increase its uranium enrichment to 60% levels

Japan to release treated water from Fukushima nuclear plant into the ocean: USA, IAEA support, China condemns

Japan has long delayed the decision to dispose of the wastewater from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant over criticisms and safety concerns.

Uranium, missiles and flip-flops: A brief history of the fissions and fusions of US-Iran relations over the years

President-elect Joe Biden has expressed his readiness to restart negotiations with the Iran on the nuclear deal.

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