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Summit-Friendship Solar Village Receives Reuters' Global Energy Transition Awards 2024

The Manila Times 19 Jul 2024
Summit Power International Ltd (SPI), headquartered in Singapore, is the largest Independent Power Producer (IPP) in Bangladesh reflecting 17% of Bangladesh's total private installed capacity and 7% of nation's total installed capacity.
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Indonesian utility plans 500 MW solar project in Bangladesh

PV Magazine 18 Jul 2024
... in Bangladesh ... Junior Power Minister Nasrul Hamid said Bangladesh and Indonesia will invest $500 million in the project with equal shares, making it the largest investment in Bangladesh’s power sector.
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Nepal, India and Bangladesh to sign tripartite power trading deal on July 28

Deccan Herald 18 Jul 2024
Nepal will sign a tripartite power trading deal next week to export 40 MW of electricity to Bangladesh via India, a senior official said on ...
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Gloomy with a chance of chaos

The News International 18 Jul 2024
... not be any going back and such ‘experiments’ a la Bangladesh can be a possibility since more direct interventions are not even needed when hardline measures can be taken regardless of who is in power.
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Bangladesh protesters set state TV HQ ablaze as toll mounts, internet cut

The Peninsula 18 Jul 2024
Police fired with rubber bullets at hundreds of protesters, who fought back and chased retreating officers to the headquarters of Bangladesh Television (BTV) in the capital Dhaka ... Bangladesh students ...
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32 dead in Bangladesh unrest, protesters set fire to state TV network

RTE 18 Jul 2024
Several cities across Bangladesh saw violence throughout the day as riot police marched on protesters who had begun another round of human blockades on roads and highways ... Mubashar Hasan, a Bangladesh ...
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5 killed and dozens injured in Bangladesh in violent clashes over government jobs quota

The Day 17 Jul 2024
In 1971, the Jamaat-e-Islami party -- which shared power with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by Hasina’s archrival, former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, in 2001-2006 — openly opposed the independence war.
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Violent clashes over quota system in government jobs leave scores injured in Bangladesh

Springfield News-Sun 16 Jul 2024
In 1971, the Jamaat-e-Islami party, which shared power with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by Hasina’s archrival, former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, openly opposed the independence war and ...
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Dozens injured in Bangladesh as clashes erupt over quota system for government jobs

Hindustan Times 16 Jul 2024
In 1971, the Jamaat-e-Islami party, which shared power with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by Hasina's archrival, former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, openly opposed the independence war and ...
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Violent clashes over government jobs quota system leave scores injured in Bangladesh

The Call 16 Jul 2024
In 1971, the Jamaat-e-Islami party, which shared power with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by Hasina’s archrival, former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia in 2001-2006, openly opposed the independence ...
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3 killed and dozens injured in Bangladesh in violent clashes over government jobs quota system

Manila Bulletin 16 Jul 2024
In 1971, the Jamaat-e-Islami party, which shared power with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by Hasina's archrival, former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia in 2001-2006, openly opposed the independence ...
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5 killed and dozens injured in Bangladesh in violent clashes over government jobs quota scheme

The Call 16 Jul 2024
In 1971, the Jamaat-e-Islami party, which shared power with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by Hasina’s archrival, former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia in 2001-2006, openly opposed the independence ...
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5 killed, dozens injured in Bangladesh in clashes over government jobs quota

Hindustan Times 16 Jul 2024
Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina ... In 1971, the Jamaat-e-Islami party -- which shared power with the Bangladesh Nationalist Party led by Hasina’s archrival, former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, in 2001-2006 — openly opposed the independence war.
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What’s behind Bangladesh’s violent quota protests?

Al Jazeera 16 Jul 2024
The two-week-long anti-quota protests in Bangladesh have turned violent after groups linked to the ruling party attacked student protesters in the capital, Dhaka ... How Sheikh Hasina’s journey to power transformed Bangladesh.
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Sheikh Hasina’s strategic visit to China strengthens bilateral bonds

Blitz 14 Jul 2024
Bangladesh’s strategic approach to diplomacy involves maintaining strong ties with both regional and global powers ... This diplomatic balancing act is crucial for Bangladesh, given its strategic location ...
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