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.+. Relation With Bangla .+.
-->Both Bangladesh and India are
part of what is known as the
Indian subcontinent and have had
a long common cultural, economic
and political history. The cultures
of the two countries are similar; in
particular Bangladesh and India's
states West Bengal and Tripura are
all Bengali-speaking. However,
since the partition of the Indian
sub-continent in 1947, India
emerged as an independent state
and Bangladesh (as East Bengal,
later rename to East Pakistan in
1956) was allocated as a part of
Pakistan. Following the bloody
Liberation War of 1971,
Bangladesh gained its
independence and established
relations with India. The political
relationship between India and
Bangladesh has passed through
cycles of hiccups. The relationship
typically becomes favorable for
Bangladesh during periods of
Awami League government[1].
Relations are currently improving
after Bangladesh's clampdown on
anti-Indian terrorist groups on its
soil, such as the United Liberation
Front of Assam, Bangladesh's
Prime Minister's Sheikh Hasina's
state visit to India in January 2010,
and continued dialogue over the
controversial Farakka Barrage.
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