It is inconceivable that Bangladesh should have voluntarily entered an agreement so detrimental to the nation and its people, who must ultimately shoulder the burden of higher prices.
The gendered response to the resignation is the latest reminder of the tough ride ahead for women in an increasingly pressured world.
Within the context of climate change, nuclear fusion is an attractive alternative because it does not produce greenhouse gases (GHG).
The government has decided to reduce the use of electricity by 25 percent at all its offices to save power for future.
If it does not add value, it is a waste, said the seminal American industrialist Henry Ford. And the quote best describes the situation the Bangladesh Power Development Board finds itself in with its deal with India’s Adani Power.
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State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid yesterday said Bangladesh has a plan to import 9,000 megawatts (MW) of electricity from Nepal to mitigate the increasing demand of electricity by 2040.
A trilateral cooperation among Bhutan, Bangladesh and India that will enable Bangladesh to invest in the Bhutanese power sector to re-import the electricity could soon be a reality.
Apologising for public sufferings due to power disruption in different parts of the country over the past week, State Minister for Power and Energy Nasrul Hamid expresses hope that power supply would be normal by Friday.