Sixty-seven members of 19 families from erstwhile Bangladesh entered India last Thursday Kolkata: Sixty-seven of the 989 enclave dwellers, who opted for India following the Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh, have spent their first ... Gulf News, 5 days ago
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Cooch Behar, Nov 20: The first batch of sixty-two people, belonging to 19 families from the erstwhile Indian enclaves in Bangladesh gets Indian Citizenship, who had opted to stay in India, entered in this district of West Bengal. They arrived here ...Newshence.com, 1 week ago The first step The Hindu, 1 week ago Finally home: Residents of Indian enclaves make historic crossover Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Old enclave-dwellers from B'desh step into W Bengal The Statesman, 1 week ago
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Inaugurating and initiating a slew of development projects for Cooch Behar, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said the north Bengal district had got nothing for the past 66 years but in the four years of her government it had been provided with a ...The Echo Of India, 3 weeks ago Mamata Banerjee inaugurates development projects in Cooch Behar Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
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