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Japan rushes to restart reactors to avoid total shutdown

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government is racing to get two nuclear reactors, idled after the Fukushima crisis, running again by next month out of what experts say is fear that a total shutdown would make it hard to convince a wary public that atomic power is vital.

Two women judges elevated to Federal Court

PUTRAJAYA: Two women judges have been elevated to the highest court in the country.

Ministry to punish employers who put maids in way of danger

IN the last five years, 14 employers have been fined for putting their maids in the way of danger as they go about household chores.

Japan govt fears non-nuclear summer will hamper restarts

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government is rushing to try to restart two nuclear reactors, idled after the Fukushima crisis, by next month out of what experts say is a fear that surviving a total shutdown would make it hard to convince the public that atomic energy is vital.

Japan rushes to restart reactors to avoid total shutdown

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government is racing to get two nuclear reactors, idled after the Fukushima crisis, running again by next month out of what experts say is fear that a total shutdown would make it hard to convince a wary public that atomic power is vital.

Japan minister to ask for nuclear reactor restart - media

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's trade minister is set to visit Fukui prefecture, home of Kansai Electric Power Co's Ohi nuclear plant, as early as Sunday to ask for local approval to restart the plant's No.3 and No.4 reactors, the Yomiuri newspaper said on Thursday.

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Rehn says Portugal may need "bridge" - report

HELSINKI (Reuters) - European policymakers should be ready to provide more help to Portugal some time in the future, European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn said in a Finnish television interview shown on Wednesday.

Japan PM to hold off decision to restart reactors

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda will meet three cabinet members on Tuesday to discuss restarting two offline reactors amid concern about a summer power crunch but will not make any immediate decision, the top government spokesman said.

Japan holds off on decision to restart reactors

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan needs more time to decide whether to restart two offline nuclear reactors, the trade minister said on Tuesday, as concerns about a summer power crunch vie with safety worries in the wake of last year's Fukushima crisis.