There are a total of 6 nuclear power plants or stations located in India. They are located in New Dehli, Narora, Rajasthan, Kakrapar, Tarapur, and Kaiga.
See www.world-nuclear.org, and go to entry for India
Since this question is in the Nuclear Energy section, I assume you mean nuclear stations. See the reference link below
The advantages of the nuclear deal seem to be with India
France and Russia use high amounts of nuclear power. China, India, and America use some nuclear.
India has 60 to 80 nuclear warheads.
India uses Nuclear Powerplants as major sources of it Electricity. It also has a few coal stations and some water turbines at a few dams. But 80% of electricity generated in India is actually nuclear energy.
Assuming you mean nuclear plants, see the link below
India Today has 3 Radio stations
actually, nuclear power stations are not so expensive as the experiments cost to be conducted there. the conduction of nuclear power not only include huge investments but also huge energy supply and modern technologies usage.therefore, the entire setup of popwer stations is an expensive output and India not being so rich to use limited money on such expensive projects hardly goes for these.