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    Obama greets Bangalis on Pahela Baishakh Frontier
    Frontier on Friday, April 11, 2014
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    US President Barack Obama has greeted the Bangali community across the world on the occasion of Bangla New Year — Pahela Baishakh. On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, US Secretary of State John Kerry said, “I’m delighted to send warmest greetings to Bengali communities around the world as you celebrate Pahela Baishakh.” Kerry in the message further said, “The United States joins you in celebrating the vibrant history and culture of the Bengali-speaking people. Your rich cultural heritage, from food and song to poetry, art, and literature has greatly enriched our own.” “As you gather with family and friends to celebrate the New Year, know that the United States stands with you as a partner and friend. Shubho Nobo Borsho!” the statement added.
                               
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