India must learn from Fukushima nuclear meltdown

Four of the reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan seem to be steadily moving towards progressive core melting. If sizeable core melt occurs, very dangerous species of radioactive fission products in the form of gases, micro-dust and droplets could spread to large areas, depending on wind conditions. This inevitably raises real concerns for other countries, such as India, that have nuclear facilities of their own.