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Indian HC likely to introduce new visa system
12/9/2005
 

          Indian High Commission (HC) in Dhaka is likely to introduce a new system for the convenience of the Bangladeshi visitors to India to get visa within a couple of weeks. Indian High Commissioner Veena Sikri said this at a meeting Thursday at the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI). "Under the new system, State Bank of India will collect the visa applications from the visa seekers and also do the necessary processing," she said. Sikri said the State Bank of India already hired a spacious office accommodation for this purpose and there would be no need for queuing up in front of the Indian HC. UNB

 

 
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