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The BJP expansion in WB was the result of WB Indians being too tolerant on uneducated and low class immigrants from Bihar and UP taking over their labor and Gujjus/Marathis taking over their businesses.

Apner ma-bonera Kolkata'i giya je shari ar goina kiney, ta Bangalider dokan thekey kinena, Gujju are Marathi-rai oi poisha pai. Ar oi poisha dia BJP politician-der paley. Hotel restaurant er malik o tarai. Bangalira byabshar dharey kaseo nai.

As we all know - some educated Bengalis only aspire to "babu"dom, Administrative Naukri (Chakuri) or techno-bureaucrat profession is more honorable than having a business.

This is the end result. Even some Y-gen Bengalis in Kolkata can't speak Bangla nowadays, most of them can't even write it. Signboards are in Hindi and English mostly. But one day things may change I hope.

 
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Bhai eishob Goddi media'r Roddi khobor er link dewa bondho koren.

No takers here....

Long Live India Bangladesh Friendship! :cheers:

The people will always be friends. Its your current central govt. you need to change. It is not serving your greater interests. Loser in every front.
 

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Indian Army Chief Manoj Pande calls on Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka​


Indian Army Chief Manoj Pande calls on Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka

Indian Army Chief Manoj Pande paid a courtesy call on Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina at her official residence here and held talks with top military commanders on his maiden visit. - File photo

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Dhaka, July 20

Indian Army Chief Manoj Pande paid a courtesy call on Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina at her official residence here and held talks with top military commanders on his maiden visit. The Army Chief is on a three-day visit at the invitation of his Bangladesh counterpart General SM Shafiuddin Ahmed.

“General Manoj Pande visited Defence Service Command & Staff College, Mirpur, and delivered a lecture on India’s security perspective,” the Indian High Commission in Dhaka tweeted.

The Army Chief also visited and interacted with the members of the Bangladesh Institute of Peace Support and Operation Training, a premier institute of training peacekeepers for UN operations. General Pande is being accompanied by his wife Archana Pande and a three-member delegation. He will pay tributes to Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum in Dhanmondi. He will also be visiting various military stations.
 

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