Fukushima fallout seeps into India's troubled nuclear push

KUDANKULAM, India (Reuters) - On a wind-whipped beach on India's southern tip, a small fishing community feels it is falling dangerously on the wrong side of history.

KUDANKULAM, India (Reuters) - On a wind-whipped beach on India's southern tip, a small fishing community feels it is falling dangerously on the wrong side of history.

While much of the world is turning its back on nuclear energy, the villagers of Kudankulam, in a part of India hit by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, say their government is gambling with their lives by opening one of Asia's first new nuclear reactors since the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan.

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