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Bangladesh, Myanmar, India - Tropical Cyclone MORA - DG ECHO Day Ticket | 30/05/2017 - Bangladesh
Hurricane MORA moved further up the coast towards Cox's Bazar (Chittagong Division) and intensified. He landed early in the mornings near the town Kutubdia (Division Chittagong) with a maximum persistent wind speed between 100-120 km/h. The Chittagong Divisions moved further northwards after the land fall and arrived in the north-east of India, which was slowly declining.
Severe wind, tidal waves and rain have affected the Bangladesh coastline and Myanmar/Burma's northerly coastline. In the next 24 hours, it is expected to go further northeast and weaken further. From 30 May to 1 June, severe rains are expected in northeast India, Bangladesh and northwest Myanmar/Burma.
At least five persons were killed on 30 May in the mornings, two in Cox's Bazar and three in Rangamati, according to a report in the area. Over 200,000 persons were displaced in Cox's Bazar Distrikt and 20,000 homes in Cox's Bazar City, St Martin's Island, Kutubdia and Teknaf were destroyed.
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Prior to the division of India in 1947, India and Bangladesh were one country. This division resulted in the creation of supreme states in Pakistan and India. Bengal was partitioned at the 1947 partisanship. West India became a state known as West Bengal and East Pakistan became a provincial state known as East Bengal, which was later re-named East Pakistan.
In 1971, the separation of Bangladesh from Pakistan took place and Bangladesh was granted the state. Bangladesh was founded after the liberation war of 1971. In Bangladesh and India there is an internal frontier. It delimits the states of India and six of Bangladesh's division.
West-Bengal, Mizoram, Assam, Tripura and Meghalaya are the India states that have shared their frontiers with Bangladesh. Dhaka, Rangpur, Khulna, Sylhet, Rajshahi and Chittagong are the six Bangladeshi division along the Indian-Bangladesh divisibil. Each country shares a 4,096-kilometer long frontier, which is also the fifth longest continental frontier in the run.
India's BSF (Border Security Force) and Bangladesh's BGB (Border Guards) are engaged in patrols of the area. Bangladesh is the largest country in the world. The West Bengal in India covers the whole of Bangladesh and ends in the north-east of India. It is a heavily settled area.
There are many Bangladesh and India bordering both of them. There is a great deal of suffering for the inhabitants of these slaves, who are unable to benefit from the public service to which they are ascribed. India is constructing an Indo-Bangladeshi border with a 3,406-kilometer barbwire wall to combat drug-trafficking.
India has also added floodlighting to the 277-kilometer section of West Bengal. This map shows the Republic of India and the People's Republic of Bangladesh and the common frontiers of the states. Bangladesh is marked in amber, while the sub-continent of India is marked in blue.
Bloodline marks represent the borders of the states. Large towns in both counties are indicated by means of emblems. Several of these towns in India are Jammu, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Kanyakumari and many more. You can use the blank points to display other towns in India. Capitals of both states, New Delhi of India and Dhaka of Bangladesh, are also shown on the map.
Other neighboring states of the two states like Bhutan, Pakistan, China, Nepal and Myanmar are also shown on the map. You can also see the three most important waters around India, namely the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. Creeks crossing both lands are signposted with green dots.