New Delhi: India and Bangladesh will hold a meeting of Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) here on September 20 during which a number of bilateral issues including the contentious Teesta water agreement and the Land Boundary pact are likely to figure.

Addressing a press conference, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said political consultations are underway on Indo-Bangla Land Boundary Agreement while government was trying to build a consensus for the Teesta pact. Read more

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