The policies of many countries stress the importance of nuclear energy for the present and future generations. The topic though is controversial in developing countries. Supporters call it as the most sustainable, alternative and safe resource for growing energy needs, while contenders say that the radiation and nuclear waste creates the worst problems. Many countries are self-dependent with their own nuclear energy plants. India has also established few plants. The issue relates strongly to public well-being and security and this sensitivity makes the mass media treat the subject in an assorted fashion. Environmental movements have increased their active opposition. The problem is that these opinions are being disseminated by the media with unclear statements and opinions. No expert or authority explains in a proper manner or tries to allay public fears. This book explains the problems and gaps concerning nuclear issues, media, public and experts. The book also describes how people perceive the news, how the media presents the news and how the gap should be filled for a change.