India: Meeting in Bengaluru on LENR, organised by the government, led to oversight committee and conclude it have to be studied.

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    On The Hindu Business newspaper, M. Ramesh publish an article about a meeting in India about Cold Fusion in Bengaluru:
    "Scientists warming up to ‘cold fusion’, see potential in ‘other nuclear’ energy"

    The text clearly state that the meeting was focused on LENR, organized by Indian government with many scientists, and led to the conclusion that it have to be studied. Mahadeva Srinivasan talk also of an informal oversight comitee.


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    A new article on India LENR revival :
    India To Revive Cold Fusion

    India is poised to revive research on controversial cold fusion two decades after abandoning what was then billed as a potential source of clean energy.

    Recommendations for restarting cold fusion experiments have been made by a ‘high level group’ that included two former chairmen of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE): Anil Kakodkar and Srikumar Banerjee. The group met on April 8 here at the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS).