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LONDON — India and Bangladesh have reportedly agreed in principle to swap each other’s enclaves that are spread along the border areas and re-demarcate 6.1 kilometers of boundary — in effect resolving an issue that has bedeviled Indo-Bangladesh ties since independence.

This is an historic move that could transform New Delhi’s relations with Dhaka perhaps forever. In recent months, India has made some significant overtures in its immediate neighborhood.

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