Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina made India-Bangladesh relations stronger inkling seven agreements in Delhi on Saturday.
The two neighbouring countries made pacts in areas of defence, trade, education and culture among the all.
PM Modi and PM Hasina inaugurated three projects through a video link.
PM Modi was elated on inauguration of the LPG gas supply pipeline from Bangladesh to the North-East India region.
The Indian PM said, gas will be provided to the north-east and job opportunities will be created in Bangladesh. The gas pipeline is cost-effective, eco-friendly and can operate throughout the year.
The other two projects that the two neighbouring PMs inaugurated were a skill development institute in Khulna and Vivekananda Bhawan project at the Ramakrishna Mission in Dhaka.
The Bangladesh PM had landed in India on October 3 on a four-day visit.
Earlier on September 27, both the leaders had met at the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly in New York.