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Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 3 Oct 2011 The Teesta river runs 315 km through parts of India and Bangladesh; a lifeline for millions of people that remains at the heart of a long-standing dispute between the two countries. Bangladeshis accuse India of crippling their economy and their way of life by using a dam to halt the water from flowing downstream. But Bangladesh's prime minister, Sheikh Hasina has pledged to make progress and sign a deal before the end of her term in 2014. Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Nilphamari, northern Bangladesh.