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Bangladesh woos Indian tourists


Bangladesh woos Indian tourists

A cultural and dance programme was organised by Bangladesh Tourism at Netaji Indoor Stadium on Saturday July 14, 2012 in Kolkata to promote tourism and to showcase an essence of culture of the country.

Photos by Akash Goswami/IBNS


2012-07-15






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