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  • Unesco calls for revised EIA

    Expressing concern over the potential damages to the Sundarbans, the Unesco has requested the government to conduct a revised Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) before going ahead with the Rampal power plant.

  • Rampal power plant

    Keep close watch on Rampal

    A number of experts yesterday called for forming an independent commission to monitor the implementation of the coal-

  • Concern rooted in lack of understanding

    The soon to be built $1.49 billion Rampal coal-fired power plant has generated concern and controversy among the citizens,

  • Damage to Sundarbans obvious

    Demanding the government scrap the Rampal power plant project, green activist Sultana Kamal yesterday said they were

  • 10 questions: authorities answers, counter response

    The National Committee for Saving the Sundarbans (NCSS) yesterday responded to the answers to “10 questions”

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    ‘Rampal power plant for personal interest’

    People in favour of Rampal power plant near the Sundarbans are driven by their own interests, alleges National Committee to Save the Sundarbans.

  • Rampal power plant: EIA grossly faulty

    The Sundarbans, a magnificent and unique ecosystem of the world, faces an existential crisis today with the coal-fired power

  • Construction starts late this month

    Amid public criticism against the 1320 megawatt Rampal Coal Power Project, the Indo-Bangla friendship power company has nearly completed its financial arrangement to start the construction work from late September.

  • Answers to some controversies

    The soon to be built $1.49 billion Rampal coal-fired power plant has generated concern and controversy among the citizens, environmental experts, and government officials in the country and abroad. The main concern being the potential of irreversible damage to the unique eco-system of the world's largest mangrove forest, the Sundarbans.

  • Prof Anu Muhammad

    Risk of losing Sundarbans

    Sundarbans, a magnificent and unique ecosystem of the world, faces an existential question today with a coal power plant to

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