KOLKATA: Some 350-sq ft shelters with asbestos roof, 12 tin-shed toilets, an ICDS centre for infants and their mothers with minimum medicines, poor sanitation and stone dust roads - the facilities at Mekhliganj in North Bengal for the "new" citizens ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
A total of 276 enclave dwellers including three unlisted new born babies arrived on Indian mainland through the Changrabandha and Haldibari Indo Bangladesh border in Cooch Behar on Monday. Besides Cooch Behar district magistrate P Ulaganathan, ...The Statesman, 2 days ago 120 more enclave people arrive in India The Statesman, 3 days ago 62 people from erstwhile Indian enclaves in Bangladesh gets Indian Citizenship Newshence.com, 6 days ago Tears & hope on same bus from Bangla Calcutta Telegraph, 6 days ago
By | The Indian Express WITH the arrival of 67 members of 19 families in Cooch Behar district Thursday from a Bangladesh enclave (chhitmahal) as a part of implementation of the 1974 Land Boundary Agreement and 2011 Protocol, the state government ...Yahoo! India, 4 days ago The first step The Hindu, 6 days ago First batch of Bangladesh residents arriving today Hindustan Times, 6 days ago First batch of enclave residents from Bangladesh arrives in West Bengal The Hindu, 6 days ago
In the wake of the recent terror attacks in Paris, the Indian security agencies are leaving no stones unturned to ensure that those arriving from Bangladesh are checked thoroughly. Some of the perpetrators of the Paris attacks had reportedly ...Deccan Herald, 5 days ago Security agencies on their toes after terror attacks HT Syndication, 1 week ago
COOCH BEHAR (WB): Sixty-seven members of 19 families from erstwhile enclaves (Chhitmahals) in Bangladesh, who opted to come to India after the official exchange of enclaves, arrived in Coochbehar district today after crossing Changrabandha-Burimari ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Old enclave-dwellers from B'desh step into W Bengal The Statesman, 1 week ago
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Having failed to bring in industrial development in Cooch Behar, chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday urged industrialists to invest in such an industrially backward district, where the state has decided to provide 50 per cent subsidy to ...The Statesman, 3 weeks ago CM plea to industrialists Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
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