Sunday, April 15, 2018

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  Backham Badhon       Sunday, April 15, 2018
Calcutta: After the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's India tour, the issue of Teesta water sharing issue between Bangladesh and India is the main title in the country's news media. What is the deal, what is happening is not, what does Mamata-Hasina think, what the Modi government is doing, and why it is important that the daily newspapers are getting importance?

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has offered an alternative proposal of Tercera water, the news has already been published by the Indian government.

At present, the government of Bangladesh is not interested in discussing any river other than Teesta. The matter has been expressed with great importance, the press release said.

"The Prime Minister of Bangladesh has canceled the alternative plans given by Mamta Bandyopadhyay," the Times of India said.

The news of one of India's leading television channels, Jee News, has been published very seriously. The headline of their news, "Looked at Hasina, instead of Teesta, Hasina looked at Modi, not losing hope in Mamta".

The first-time newspaper of West Bengal, Anandabazar, has reported on their first page that Hasina has taken a strong position on Teesta. In this regard, the newspaper said in a report detailing the press conference of Ganabhaban to explain the position of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Anandabazar has quoted the prime minister as saying that Sheikh Hasina said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given her a talk about the Teesta treaty. This agreement will be at the time of the current government-this is the hope that Sheikh Hasina

The Bengali daily 'The Time', the first Bengali West Bengal quoted Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as quoting, "Teesta water will come to Bangladesh". Apart from this, the issue of Teesta water sharing treaty has emerged very importantly in other media.

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