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Wednesday, February 4, 2015, Magh 22, 1421, Robi-Us-Sani 13, 1436 Hijr

Indo-Bangla meet discusses border issues in Tripura
Published : Wednesday, 4 February, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM,  View Count : 53

A two-day India-Bangladesh Joint Border Conference has started at the state guest house in Agartala, where both sides are expected to discuss wide range of bilateral issues.
The talks will cover the issues of smuggling, trans-border crime, insurgent movement, narcotics, human trafficking and other matters relevant for better border management between the two neighbouring countries.
At the end of the first day talks on Tuesday, both sides expressed satisfaction and viewed that such talks helped in mutually sorting disputes at grass root level through dialogue as well as helped in confidence building. They viewed that such dialogue should take place more frequently.
"Most of the northeast Indian states share border with Bangladesh and we have seen over the years that small issues often crop up in the border districts that require local level interventions," said Abhishek Singh, DM of West Tripura district.     ?

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