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Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 18: Dr. Avantika Kumari, an assistant professor in the history department at Allahabad College in India's Uttar Pradesh and especially a political researcher on South Asia, wrote in Pakistan's 'The Global Village Space' magazine on June 15 that communal harmony exists in Bangladesh. Here people of all religions have come together and practiced their respective religions since time immemorial. Although Muslims make up 90 percent of the population, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians coexist peacefully. This is a matter of pride for the people of Bangladesh in South Asia.