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Dhaka Saturday,  Feb 16, 2019


Indian nuclear experts see the tripartite agreement between India, Russia and Bangladesh to cooperate for the construction of the Rooppur Nuclear power Plant as a start in the right direction and contend that it would strengthen India’s case for entry into Nuclear Suppliers’ Group (NSG) as well. Bangladesh nuclear experts have also hailed the agreement but with a caveat that the country should build its own capacity in the field... »
Russia, India and Bangladesh signed a trilateral agreement on Thursday to cooperate in the construction of the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant in Bangladesh, work on which started late last year, according to an announcement from Russia`s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Cooperation. Rosatom, the equipment supplier and technical consultant for the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil Nadu, said in a statement here that the MoU for cooperation was signed by... »
Dr. Abid Imtiaz, Head of Nuclear Safety Section at Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (BAEC) is conducting a research on “Factors that can Influence Culture for Safety, Organizational Culture and Human Performance at Nuclear and Other Facilities in Bangladesh”. He talks to Nuclear Asia about the culture for safety in Bangladesh as the country starts building its first nuclear power plant. Read the complete interview here: Nuclear Power companies have been... »
Eight Bangladeshi children between the age of 11 and 16 arrived Moscow in the early morning of February 9 to attend the traditional Russian winter adventure in the Penza region, roughly 600 km away from the capital city. The children are attending, “International Smart Holidays” – a “Rosatom School” project supported by State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom. The Children will spend 10 days developing new skills and learning about traditional... »
Russian Universities have come forward to offer five full scholarships for Indian students taking up post graduate programmes in nuclear technology, a top diplomat said here. Commemorating the 30th anniversary of Indo-Russian cooperation in the field of atomic energy, Director of Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Chennai, Mikhail Gorbatov said, one hundred per cent scholarships to students would be available for pursuing Master’s degree in nuclear technology, based... »
Engr Jafar Sadique has taken over the charge as the 22nd chairman of Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission (BAEC) on Saturday, said a press release. His specialisation in the modern techniques and close alignment with developing trends and innovative technologies led to the development and expansions of NDT activities in Bangladesh. In recognition of the outstanding performance and contributions in the field of Non-Destructive Testing he was awarded with the “BSNDT... »
Bangladesh approves draft agreement with India and Russia on implementation of the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant Bangladesh’s government gave nod to the draft of a Memorandum of understanding (MoU) for trilateral cooperation among Ministry of Science and Technology of Bangladesh, Department of Atomic Energy of India and Russia`s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation to implement the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant, reported. Sources of Nuclear Asia confirmed the development: “Exchanges... »
The Union Budget earmarks Rs 13,971.41 crore (USD 2.1 billion) for the Department of Atomic Energy, which is mandated to generate nuclear power in India. The allocation is 5.76 per cent more than what was allocated to the DAE in the previous Budget. The DAE also runs a chain of cancer hospitals and several research institutes such as the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Mumbai. The government proposed... »
Bangladesh recently entered the elite club of countries that have tamed the power of the atom to generated nuclear energy to boost its economic growth. Its incumbent Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, also the daughter of the country’s founding father and first Prime Minister Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, has taken the initiative to tap nuclear power to provide electricity to every household in Bangladesh. Buoyed by the beginning of construction of the... »
Bangladesh Institute for Nuclear Agriculture develops 90 varieties of 13 crops using nuclear tech Bangladesh Institute for Nuclear Agriculture (BINA) has so far introduced 90 new varieties of 13 different crops in Bangladesh using nuclear technology. This has played an important role in reducing the food shortage of Bangladesh. BINA is still working to improve the crop breeds. Seventeen varieties of rice along have been introduced by BINA. Besides, there... »