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Nuclear power a dangerous option for Bangladesh

Risks of nuclear option for power, Daily Star,  September 24, 2012 “…the present government has signed an agreement with Russia for setting up a nuclear power station shortly. Recently the prime minister talked about establishing more such stations in Bangladesh in order to get adequate electricity to meet the country’s demand.

But it has a worrying aspect also. Japan has announced that it will abandon all its nuclear power by 2030. It is true that the lives of the people are more valuable than development.

Bangladesh is a poor country; its scientific and technological know-how is inferior to Japan. This tiny country contains about 16 crore people. If any accident occurs over-populated country, the result will be extremely disastrous. Many people are in doubt about
the effectiveness of Russian technologies also. So, we should think a hundred times before beginning such risky mission.
http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=250927

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September 24, 2012 - Posted by | general

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  1. […] Made agreements with Russia to set up two nuclear power plants in Bangladesh. Given the country’s dense population and lack of experience and expertise in nuclear power, experts have voiced fears for environmental impact and the danger of accidents. […]

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  2. […] Made agreements with Russia to set up two nuclear power plants in Bangladesh. Given the country’s dense population and lack of experience and expertise in nuclear power, experts have voiced fears for environmental impact and the danger of accidents. […]

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  3. […] Made agreements with Russia to set up two nuclear power plants in Bangladesh. Given the country’s dense population and lack of experience and expertise in nuclear power, experts have voiced fears for environmental impact and the danger of accidents. […]

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