At India-Bangladesh border, living in both, and neither

MADHYA MASALDANGA, India — Mohammed Idris Ali’s watery rice paddies shimmer in the monsoon breeze just like his neighbors’. His tepee-shaped stacks of jute, ready to be soaked, stripped and then turned into rope, stand as tall as the ones across the rutted footpath.

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