India, Bangladesh ink MoU for development of Sylhet city

India and Bangladesh  signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the sustainable development of Sylhet city with financial aid from India.

Indian High Commissioner Harsh Vardhan Shringla and Sylhet City Corporation CEO Enamul Habib signed the tripartite agreement in Sylhet, a metropolitan city in northeastern Bangladesh. 

Under the MoU, three projects are considered i.e construction of a five-storeyed Kindergarten & High School Building, a six-storeyed Cleaner Colony Building and Development of Dhupa Dighipar area will be implemented with Taka 24.28 crore. 
The signing was the follow-up of an earlier MoU which was signed by the two governments in April 2013 for the implementation of sustainable development projects in socio-economic sectors of Bangladesh.
What can be the possible questions from above news:
Q1. Name the City of Bangladesh, which has got the financial aid from India for the sustainable development during consortium signed between India and Bangladesh.
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Source- Business Standard

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