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Bangladeshi students take admission in Kokrajhar colleges

KOKRAJHAR: Six students from Bangladesh took admissin in various educational institutes in Kokrajhar. The students are from Khagrachhari ditsrict of Bangladesh and belong to the Bodo community.

The students offered their Bathou prayer at Bathou Thansali and expressed happiness fro their forthcoming academic journey in Kokrajhar.

BTC executive member Doneswar Goyary has welcomed the students.

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