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Activists of All Assam Students Union burn effigies of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Assam state Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to protest against a border agreement signed between India and Bangladesh, in Guwahati. The two countries signed a number of deals and protocols to resolve issues involving enclaves and the undemarcated 4,096-kilometer border. There are 111 Indian enclaves inside Bangladesh and 51 Bangladeshi ones inside India with a combined population of 51,000.

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh shakes hands with Opposition leader and BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia during a meeting in Dhaka.

PTI Photo/ Atul Yadav

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his counterpart from Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina sign agreements during a meeting in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina exchange files after signing an agreement in Dhaka.

PTI Photo/Atul Yadav

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during his ceremonial welcome after his arrival at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka.

PTI Photo/ Atul Yadav

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, right, escorts Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur, left, after receiving them at Dhaka airport, Bangladesh.

AP Photo/ Pavel Rahman

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, right, looks on as a Bangladeshi child presents flowers to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife Gursharan Kaur, second left, at Dhaka airport, Bangladesh. Singh began a visit to Bangladesh aimed at warming often prickly ties between the two South Asian neighbors.

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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, left, and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh wave to the media after Hasina received Singh at the airport in Dhaka, Bangladesh. India and Bangladesh will not sign a deal on sharing of waters of Teesta river during Singh's visit to Dhaka in the wake of strong reservations to the move voiced by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

AP Photo/ Pavel Rahman

Manmohan Singh, Sheikh Hasina, during the latter’s January 2010 visit to New Delhi

Jitender Gupta

Indian vendors near the Border Haat at Kalaichar village

Sandipan Chatterjee

Brisk trade Villagers at the Border Haat, at the West Garo Hills region in Meghalaya, on the India-Bangladesh border

Sandipan Chatterjee

In this photograph provided by the Bangladesh government, the daughter-in-law of assassinated former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi (photograph behind) and Congress party president Sonia Gandhi, second right, receives from Bangladesh President Zillur Rahman, second left, the country's highest honor conferred posthumously on Indira in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, left and Foreign Minister Dipu Mony, right also seen.

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Union Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma and his Bangladeshi counterpart Muhammad Faruk Khan during the opening of the first ever Border Haat at Kalaicher Garo Hills along the Indo–Bangla border in Meghalaya

PTI

Upping Ante Khaleda Zia being greeted by Manmohan Singh during her 2006 India visit

Narendra Bisht

S.M. Krishna met Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka on July 7. They reaffirmed the ‘high trajectory’ of bilateral cooperation.

External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna, left, and Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dipu Moni address a joint press conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Krishna is on a three-day visit to the neighboring nation.

AP Photo/ Pavel Rahman

Chug Chug Passengers on the Calcutta-Dhaka Maitree Express

AFP (From Outlook, July 04, 2011)

In this still photo veteran actress Jaya Bachchan performs as the female lead role in the Bangladeshi film of director Rubaiyat Hossain's debut film 'Meherjaan', which was released across Bangladesh on Friday.

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In this still photo veteran actor Victor Banerjee performs as the male lead role in the Bangladeshi film of director Rubaiyat Hossain's debut film 'Meherjaan', which was released across Bangladesh on Friday.

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1971, Pakistan Surrenders: Ray was CM of Bengal during the birth of Bangladesh

Corbis (From Outlook, November 29, 2010)

BSF officials offering sweets to BDR personnels on occsaion of Eid-ul-Zuha festival at Indo-Bangladesh check-post near Balurghat, in South Dinajpur district of West Bengal

PTI

Karimganj: Timings for fenced Indian villagers for going into the mainland India are written on a gate at the Indo-Bangladesh border in Lafasail village in Karimganj in Assam. Indians are allowed only for four hours to go into mainland India from 'No Man's Zone'.

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