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Agartala, 11 November : Leading industry chambers of India and Bangladesh have formed a task force to increase the trade between the two neighbours, officials said here Thursday.
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the India-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IBCCI) have recently constituted the 10-member task force, which would also study investment prospects in the two countries. "The task force would submit its report, along with proposals, to the Prime Ministers of the two countries within the next six months," CII principal advisor Sushanta Sen told reporters.
The lake beside old arts and humanities faculty is now a paradise for the guest birds as vacation is going on. Students say that five species of birds are flocking to the lakes coming from the Haors and Tangaor Beel in Sylhet and the Chittagong Hill Tracts . Around 35 species of guest birds usually throng the JU campus every year in the winter from home and abroad.
Escaping the Siberian and Himalayan cold, birds have started flying to most of the lakes of Savar area and specially JU which is heaven for the guest birds. Among the local migratory birds that visit the campus are Desi Khanjana, pintail, lanja duck, tufted duck, spoonbill and moorhen.