has a nice report on the Uranium Film Festival as it toured Delhi. He concludes that "The Uranium Film Festival reminds us of the hubris of technology, of the unconscionable costs of development, and of the moral imperative to rethink the ends and means of nuclear energy."

Somewhere in the middle of the report he has some nice words for the Power of Promise:
Princeton University’s MV Ramana calculates a subsidy of over Rs 12,000 per kg of heavy water in his excellent recent book examining India’s nuclear plans, The Power of Promise. In it, he concludes: “Nuclear power has been an expensive way of generating electricity. The Nuclear Power Corporation has tried to make it seem competitive through creative accounting and the subsidies provided by the government through the DAE.”