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Bangla wants more power from Tripura, withdraws restrictions on export (9/25/2018) 
In the 15th meeting of the Bangladesh-India joint steering committee of the power sector held at a hotel in Sylhet city on Tuesday, Bangladesh proposes exporting power to India.Power Secretary, Dr Ahmed Kaikaus, led the Bangladesh side while Indian Power Secretary, Sree Ajay Kumar Bhalla, led the Indian side in the meeting, said sources.In the meeting, they discussed the existing cooperation in the power sector between the two countries, including exporting power from Bangladesh to India in the future, importing power on the interconnection from Tripura to Bheramara, the progress of importing 250 megawatt (MW) electricity over the interconnection at Bheramara under a long-term agreement, and importing an additional 500 MW power by constructing an HVDC 2nd block.They also held discussions on importing another 340 MW of electricity on the Surjyamani-Comilla North Link under a government to government (G 2 G) arrangement from NTPC power centers, interconnection of a proposed Katihar-Parbatipur-Barapukuria-Boranagar 765 KV grid, and constructing a back to back HVDC sub-station in Comilla, aiming to import more power on the Baharampur-Bheramar 400-KV 2nd transmission line and the Surjyamani-Comilla North Link.The meeting discussed waiving all types of customs duties, tax, and VAT on the import of power from India.It also discussed progress in the construction work of the Maitree Super Tarmal Power Project at Rampal.A meeting of the Joint Working Group (JWG) was also held at the Rose View Hotel in Sylhet on Monday.Led by two joint secretaries of the Power Development Board of the two countries, the meeting discussed Bangladesh’ import of hydroelectricity from Nepal and Bhutan using Indian soil, installation of India’s power transmission line through Bangladesh, to supply electricity from the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh to Bihar. In another development, ine new items have been added to the list of export items to Bangladesh from Tripura, taking the total number of products to be shipped to the neighbouring country to 30, official sources said.In a notification issued Tuesday, the director of Industries and Commerce Department, Sandip R Rathore, said the nine approved items, including rice, dry fish and soyabean seeds, will be exported to the neighbouring country through three land custom stations of the state.The state so far had been exporting 21 commodities to Bangladesh through eight land custom stations."While rice, betel leaves and dry fish would be exported through Srimantapur station in Sipahijala and Manughat station in South Tripura, rubber latex, bamboo-based products, broomstick, soyabean seeds, spare parts of CNG-run vehicles and maize would reach the neighbouring country through Agartala-Akhaura International Check Post," he said.Debashish Nandi, the manager of Agartala-Akhaura ICP, asserted that fish and other perishable organic items will go through several rounds of inspections before they are shipped to the neighbouring country.
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