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(From: Vol 1 Issue 2)

Anumukti needs to become an effective medium through which anti-nuclear activists can communi-cate with each other. As part of this effort we are starting this section, giving information of forth-coming events, appeals for help,-etc.

Please send us names and addresses of any contact person at Tarapur, Jaduguda, Rawat-bhata and Kalpakkam who could supply us with relevent and correct information during our visit. We shall be visiting these places in mid | late October.

Nagesh Hegde, CANE

BARCOA (BARC Officer’s Association) is arranging a panel discussion on “Issues in Nuclear Technology” within the BARC campus, Anushakti Nagar, Bombay on the 10th of October ’87. The panelists shall include Dr. P. K. Iyengar, Mr. S. L. Kati. Dr. A. K. De, Mr. Prafula Bidwai. Mr. Dhirendra Sharma, and Mr. Ivan Fera among others. Anumukti welcomes this initiative of BARCOA.

Contact Person : Dr. Gautam Chattopadhyayu

1, 2-346-s Modular Labs BARC,

Trombay,

Bombay-400 085.

A 3 day workshop of antinuclear activists and students is scheduled for November ’87 in Delhi.

Contact Person :

Tripta Batra

C|o. Prafula Bidwai,

Times of India, 7, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg

New Delhi 110 002.

Manuscripts, letters, queries etc. should be adrressed to :

Surendra Gadekar

Sanjeevan Hospital,

K. F. I. Rajghat, Varanasi-221001.

Subscriptions, donations, enquiries regarding circulation etc. should be addressed to :

Editor Anumukti,

Sampoorna Kranti Vidyalaya,

Vedchhi, Via Valod,

District : Surat 394 641.

Editor :

Surendra Gadekar

Printed at :

Topstyle Press,

Old Danapith, Shahpur.

Opp. Rajaji’s Pole. Ahmedabad-1.

An International Meeting of Concerned Scientists and Citizens for ‘Nuclear Free World-Order’ will be held in India during 8-15. January, 1988. Participants will include parliamentarians, public policy analysts, social scientists, nuclear scientists, anti-nuclear activists, and mediamen from many continents. The deliberations will be divided in 3 Sections:

A. PUBLIC POLICY ISSUES

B. TECHNOLOGICAL PROBLEMS

C. DEFENCE & INTERNATIONAL

SYSTEMS OBJECTIVE : International Meeting aims to provide a critical assement of nuclear systems and suggest paramfetres of nuclear free world strategy.

LANGUAGE : English and Hindi will be the medium of the conference.

PROGRAMME : The programme will be fin-alised by the end of October. Tentatively the organisers plan to hold conferences at two major cities in India :

NEW DELHI : January 8-10,

BANGALORE : January 1214,

COST : The organiser (COSNUP) will arrange and pay local expenses — conference facili-ties, accomodation (in-family residence), and meals of participant. Due to banking res-trictions travel costs will have to be arranged by each participant. A small registration fee will be charged at the time of the Meeting. Those who would like to stay in hotels|guest houses can be assisted in finding suitable accomodations.

THE COMMITTEE FOR SANE NUCLEAR POLICY (COSNUP)

M-120, Greater Kailash,

New Delhi-110 048,

[This post completes the publication of Vol. 1 Issue 2 of Anumukti magazine]

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