Land Customs Stations and Routes for import and export of goods by land or inland water ways

date: 21-11-1994

Notification No. 63/94-Cus. (N.T.)

S.O. 830 (E) In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (b) and (c) of section 7 of the Customs Act, 1962 (52 of 1962), the Central Government hereby appoints;

the places (i) specified in column (3) of the table annexed hereto as Land Customs Station for the clearance of all goods or any class of goods imported or exported by land from or to the land frontiers specified in corresponding entry in column (2) of the said table;

routes (ii) specified in the corresponding entry in column (4) of the said table as the routes by which alone all goods or class of goods may pass by land or inland water into or out of India to the said land frontiers :

Provided that –

(i) Chheherte Railway Station and Orient Jute Mill Jetty are appointed as Land Customs Stations only for the purpose of export of foodgrains from India;

(ii) Ghasuapara is appointed as Land Customs Station only for the purpose of exports of all goods from India; and

(iii) Golakganj is appointed as a Land Customs Station only for the purpose of export of stone boulders, stone chips and coal from India.”;Provided further that Phulbari is appointed as Land Customs Station for the purpose of import or export by any national of, –

(a) Bhutan in any vehicle of Bhutan, or

(b) Nepal in any vehicle of Nepal,

by land from or to Bangladesh.

(iv) In respect of Shella Bazar Land Customs Station, the land route from Pyrkan through Pharangkaruh (near B.P. No. 1231-S) to Bastola in Bangladesh, is appointed only for the propose of export of all goods from India.”

Table

S. No. Land Frontiers Land Customs Stations Routes
1. Afghanistan (via Pakistan) (1) Amritsar Railway Station Ferozepur-Amritsar Railway Line
(2) Chhehrate Railway Station Chhehrate-Attari Railway Line
(3) Delhi Railway Station Ferozepur-Delhi Railway Line.
CALCUTTA AND HOWRAH AREA
2. Bangladesh 1) Armenian and Kulpighat Steamer Station The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(2) Baghbazar Railway Station (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(3) Baja Ghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana-Beharikhal.
(4) Bandaghat and Moraporaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(5) Bengal River Service Godown next to Nimtolaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(6) Calcutta Jetties No.4 and 6 The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana.
(7) Chitpur Railway Station and Dhaniaghat River Station. (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway Line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing throughBongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line
(c) River routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(8) Cossipore Railway Station and Cossipore Hydraulic Press Ghat. (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway Line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line
(c) The River routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(9) Government Salt Gola, Salkia The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(10) Hanuman Jute Press Ghat and Panditghat  The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(11) Howrah Coal Depot (a) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(b) The road route from Howrah to Petrapole via Calcutta-Jessore Road passing through Petrapole Road Customs Station leading to Bangladesh (The route specified in item (b) above is for export of coal only).
(12) Howrah Railway Station (a) The The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) All Railway routes to Bangladesh.
(13) Jagannathghat Steamer Station and Rajaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(14) Kantapukur Railway Station The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(15) Nimtola Railway Station and Katgolaghat (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(c) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(16) Outram Ghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana-Beharikhal
(17) Pathuriaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(18) Rajabagan Dockyard The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana-Beharikhal
(19) Rathcola Railway Station (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(20) Sahebbazar Railway Station a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon..
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line
(21) Sealdah Railway Station a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(22) Shalimar Coal Depot (a) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(b) The road routes from Shalimar to Petrapole via Calcutta-Jessore Road passing through Petrapole Road Customs Station leading to Bangladesh.
(The route specified in item (b) above is for export of coal only).
23) Surinamghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(24) T.T. Shed (Kidderpore) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(25) Ultadanga Railway Station a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(26) Union South Jute Mill Shed The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
CACHAR DISTRICT
(27)Karimganj Ferry Station (a) Kusiyara river
(b) Longai river
(c) Surma river
(28) Karimganj Steamerghat (a) Kusiyara river(b) Surma river(c) Longai river
(29) Mahisasan Railway Station Railway line from Karimganj to Latu Railway Station
(30) Silchar R.M.S. Office
(31) Sutarkandi Sylhet-Karimganj Trunk Road.
COOCH BEHAR DISTRICT
(32) Changrabandh The road connecting Changrabandh in India and Burimari in Bangladesh.
(33) Changrabandha Railway Station Changrabandha-Burimari Railway line.
(34) Gitaldah Railway Station Gitaldah-Mogalhat Railway line.
(35) Gitaldah river The river routes from Gitaldah to Mogalhat in Bangladesh across Dharla river and the portion of river between Gitaldah and the Bhorampayathi.
(36) Gitaldah road The main road leading from Gitaldah to Mogalhat in Bangladesh across the Dharla river.
(37) Haldibari Railway Station Haldibari-Chilhati Railway line.
(38) Hassimara Railway Station (a) The road from Gitaldah to Hassimara and Hassimara to Bhutan through Jaigaon.
(b) The Railway line from Bangladesh passing through Gitaldah to Hassimara
(37) Haldibari Railway Station Haldibari-Chilhati Railway line.
DARJEELING DISTRICT
(39) Phulbari Road connecting Phulbari in India and Bangla Bandhu in Bangladesh.
GARO HILLS DISTRICT
(40) Baghmara (a) Baghmara Durgapur Road.
(b) Someshwari river
(41) Dalu (a) Bhugai river
(b) Dalu-Naltabari road.
(42) Ghasuapara Ghasuapara- (Garo Hills, India) to Baluaghat (Mymensingh,Bangladesh).
(43) Mahendraganj (a) Road from Mahendraganj Police Station to Dhanua-Kamalpur (Bangladesh).
(b) Road from Mahendraganj Police Station to the river Jinjiram.
(c) the river Jinjiram.
GOALPARA DISTRICT
(44) Dhubri Steamerghat Dhubri-Rahumari-Bahadurabad section of the Steamer route on the river Brahmaputra.
(45) Manikarchar (a) Kalo river from the approach of Tura road to the Jinjiram river.
(b) Tura-Rahumari road
46) Golakganj (Road from Sonahat to Golakganj
JAINTIA HILLS DISTRICT
(47) Dawki (a) Piyan River
(b) Shillong-Sylhet road
KAMRUP DISTRICT
(48) Gauhati Steamerghat Rahumari-Dhubri-Gauhati Section of the Steamer route on the river Brahmaputra.
KHASI HILLS DISTRICT
(49) Bolanganj (a) Darogakhal river
(b) Dear Valley
(c) Dholai river
(d) Duba channel
(e) Komorrah-Chhatak Ropeway
(f) Public Works Department bridle path from Bholaganj to Companyganj.
(g) Sonal river.
(50) Barsora (a) Trolley track from Cherragaon quarry (India) to Cherragaon (Bangladesh) dumping ground in Bangladesh.
(b) Barsora (India)-Tahirpur via Barsora (Bangladesh).
(c) Trolley track from Chalitacherra quarry to Samsar in Bangladesh.
(d) Trolley track from Gauripur (India) quarry to Samsar in Bangladesh.
(e) Jadukata river
(51) Ryngku (a) Chillai River
(b) Kaimara River
(52) Shella Bazar (a) Ichamati river
(b) Land route from Pyrkan through Pharangkaruh (near B.P. No. 1231-S) to Bastola in Bangladesh
(c) Shella river
LUNGIEI DISTRICT
(53) Demagir Karnaphuli river
MALDA DISTRICT
(54) Kotawalighat (Mehedipur) Road from English Bazar to Kansat under Shibganj Police station in Bangladesh on the English Bazar Shibganj road.
(55) Singabad Railway Station Malda-Singabad-Amhura section of the North-East Frontier Railway passing through Singabad.
MURSHIDABAD DISTRICT
(56) Dhulian River line route from Dhulian to Bangladesh via Aurangabad across the Ganges.
57) Gede Railway Station The Sealdah-Gede-Poradah Railway Line.
(58) Khanduaghat Riverline routes from Khanduaghat to Bangladesh across the river Padma.
(59) Lalgola Town Riverline routes originating from Lalgola Town to Godagarighat in Bangladesh across the river Padma.
(60) Ranaghat Railway Station (a) Sealdah-Ranaghat-Gede Poradah Railway line.
(b) Sealdah-Khulna Railway Line passing through Ranaghat and Bongaon.
(61) Tungi Majdia-Hansada (in Bangladesh) road passing through Tungi in India Union.
24-PARGANAS DISTRICT
(62) Bongaon Railway Station The Railway line passing through Bongaon Railway Station to Bangladesh via Petrapol Railway Station.
(63) Budge Budge (a) Budge Budge-Sealdah-Darsana Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station.
(b) Budge Budge-Sealdah-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon Railway Station.
(c) The inland waterway from Budge Budge to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(64) Ghojadanga That portion of the main road from Itinda to Ghojadanga which passes to Satkhira via Bhomra in Bangladesh.
(65) Hingalganj The river routes from Hingalganj to Basantapur in Bangladesh across River Ichamati.
(66) Jalalpur The river routes from Jalalpur to Bangladesh across the river Ichamati.
(67) Naihati Railway Station (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(68) Namkhana The inland waterway from the junction of Katakhal, Channel creek and Namkhana to Satikhira sub-division in Bangladesh across the river Raimanagar via Terobanki and Beharikhal.
(69) Orient Jute Mill Jetty The inland waterway from Budge-Budge to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.`
(70) Petrapol Railway Station The Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Petrapole.
(71) Petrapol Road The portion of Calcutta-Jessore road passing through Petrapole road to Bangladesh.
PURNEA DISTRICT
(72) Kathihar Railway Station (a) Kathihar-Godagari Railway line.
(b) Kathihar-Parbatipur Railway line.
TRIPURA NORTH DISTRICT
(73) Dhalaighat (a) The river Dhalai from Halhali to Dhalai Checking Station.
(b) The road from Halhali to Kamalpur.
(74) Manu (Kailasahar sub-division) (a) Motorable road from Kailasahar to Murtichera leading to Samshernagar.
(b) Motorable road from Kailasahar to Muraichera
(c) Motorable road from Kailasahar to Samshernagar
(d) River Manu from Fatikrai to Manughat.
TRIPURA SOUTH DISTRICT
(75) Old Raghna Bazar Road from Dharmanagar-Old Raghna Bazar to Betuli-Fultala (Bangladesh).
(76) Muhurighat (a) The river Muhuri upto Muhurighat.
(b) The road from Muhurighat leading to Belonia Railway Station
TRIPURA WEST DISTRICT
(77) Agartala The Road between Agartala and Akhaura road Police Outpost.
(78) Khowaighat (a) The river Khowai from Teliamura to Khowaighat.
(b) The road from Kalyanpur to Khowaighat.
(79) Srimantapur (a) The river Gumti.
(b) Udaipur-Comilla road.
WEST DINAJPUR DISTRICT
(80) Dangi The main road leading from Balurghat to Chowghat in Bangladesh via Kalaibairi.
(81) Hilli (West) (a) The main road leading from Hilli through the Railway level crossing on the northern side of the Hilli Railway Station to Ghoraghat, Bangladesh.
(b) That portion of the road from Panchbibi to Boalder in Bangladesh which passes through Basudevpur. [Dakashinapara Hilli and Hindu Mission of Hilli (West) to Indian Union].
(82) Kukradah Road leading from Kukradah to Bhadreshwari (via Jagdol in Bangladesh).
(83) Radhikapur Railway Station (a) The Kathihar-Parbatipur Railway line passing through Radhikapur.
(b) The main road leading from Kaliaganj passing to Dinajpur through Gotagon.”.
3. Bhutan (1) Darranga Rangia-Tamulpur Motorable road from Darranga to Samdrup-Thankar (in Bhutan) in the District of Kamrup of Assam.
(2) Hatisar Motorable Road from Samthiabari to Gaylegphug (Bhutan) via Runikhata and Deosiri in the District of Kokrajhar of Assam.
(3) Ultapani Forest Road from Bismury to Sarbhand (Bhutan) via Naharali Forest Beat Office.
(4) Jaigaon The road connecting Jaigaon Bazar in India to Phuntsholding in Bhutan through Phuntsholding gate
(5) Chamurchi The motorable road connecting Chamurchi Hatkhola in India to Samchi (Samsay) in Bhutan.”
4. China (1) Gunji Land route between Gunji in Pithoragarh district of Uttar Pradesh in India and Pulan in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China.
(2) Village Namgaya Shipkila Land route between Namgaya-Shipkila in Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh in India and Shipki Jui Jiuba in China.
5. Myanmar (1) Champai Road route from Champai to Melbek Tiau.
(2) Moreh Manipur
Imphal-Pallel-Tamu Road (NH-39).
(3) Nampong Ledo-Tirap-Nampong Pangsu Pass Road.
6. Nepal Bairgania (1) Road connecting Bairgania in India and Gaur in Nepal
Banbasa (2) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Shahjahanpur, Bareilly, Pilibhit and Banbasa in India, and Mahendranagar in Nepal.
Barhni (3) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti and Barhni in India, and Krishnagar in Nepal.
Bhimnagar (4) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkola, Purnia, Arari, Forbesganj and Bhim-nagar in India, and Sctobandha in Nepal.
Bhitamore (5) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Kulti, Jasidih, Kiul, Mokamah, Barauni, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi and Bhitamore in India, and Jaleshwar in Nepal; or
Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Kadarma, Nawadah, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Gandhi Setu (Patna), Hajipur, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi and Bhitamore in India, and Jaleshwar in Nepal.
Galgalia (7) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkola, Kishanganj, Thakurganj and Galgalia in India, and Bhadrapur in Nepal.
Gauriphanta (8) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Baharaich and Gauriphanta in India, and Dhangadhi in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti, Baharaich and Gauriphanta in India, and Dhangadhi in Nepal.
Jarwa (9) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti, Balrampur and Jarwa in India, and Koilabas in Nepal.
Jayanagar (10) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Kulti, Jasidih, Kiul, Mokamah, Barauni, Musari Garari, Samastipur Darbhanga andJayanagar in India, and Siraha in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Kodarma, Nawadah, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Gandhi Setu (Patna), Hajipur, Musari Garari, Samastipur, Darbhanga and Jayanagar in India, and Siraha in Nepal.
Jhulaghat (11)(Pithoragarh) Road connecting Jhulaghat (Pithoragarh) in India and Mahakali in Nepal.
Jogbani (12) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkola, Purnia, Arari, Forbesganj and Jogbani in India, and Biratnagar in Nepal.
(13) Katarniyaghat Road connecting Katarniyaght in India and Rajapur in Nepal.
Khunwa (14) Road connecting Shoratgarh in India and Taulihawa in Nepal.
Kunauli (15) Road connecting Nirmali in India and Rajbiraj in Nepal.
Nautanwa (16)(Sonauli) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Nautanwa and Sonauli in India, and Bhairawa in Nepal.
(17) Nepalgunj (a) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Baharaich and Nepalgunj Road in India, and Nepalgunj in Nepal; or
Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekanada Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aur- angabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti, Baharaich and Nepalgunj Road in India, and Nepalgunj in Nepal.
Raxaul (19) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Kulti, Jasidih, Kiul, Mokamah, Barauni, Muzaffarpur, Motihari, Sugauli and Raxaul in India and Birganj in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Kodarma, Nawadah, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Gandhi Setu (Patna), Hajipur, Muzaffarpur, Motihari, Sugauli, and Raxaul in India, and Birganj in Nepal.
Sonabarsa (20) Road connecting Sonabarsa in India and Malangwa in Nepal.
Sukhia Pokhari (21) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkela, Siliguri and Sukhia Pokhari in India, and Pashupatinagar in Nepal.
Tikonia (22) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Baharaich and Tikonia in India, and Sati (Kailali) or Prithvipur in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad,
AMRITSAR DISTRICT
7. PAKISTAN Amritsar Railway (1) Station Amritsar-Attari-Lahore Railway Line
Attari (2) Road Amritsar-Attari-Lahore Road
Attari (3) Railway Station Amritsar-Attari-Lahore Railway Line.
Khalra (4) Patti-Khalra-Lahore Road.
BARODA
Assara (5) Naka Via Assara Naka.
Khavda (6) Naka Road from Diplo to Khavda.
Lakhpat (7) Road leading from Jatti and Rajnadini to Lakhpat.
Santalpur (8) Naka Via Santalpur Naka
Suigam (9) Naka Via Suigam Naka
DELHI
Delhi (10) Railway Station Delhi-Amritsar-Lahore Railway (a) Delhi-Ferozepur- Lahore Railway Line. Line.(b)
FEROZEPUR DISTRICT
Hussainiwala (11) Ferozepur-Lasur Road
JODHPUR DIVISION
Barmer Railway (12) Station Barmer-Gadra Road-Munabao-Khokropar Railway Line.
(13Munabao Railway) Station Barmer-Gadra Road-Munabao-Khokropar Railway Line.
8. All Countries Foreign Post Office of (1) Exchange, New Delhi.
Sub-exchange Office at (2) Ahmedabad.
Sub-exchange Office at (3) Bangalore.
Sub-exchange Office at (4) Jaipur.
Sub-exchange Office at Agra(5)
Sub-exchange office at Ludhiana. (6)
Export Extension Counter at Guwahati.” “(7)
Export Extension Counter at Moradabad. (8)
Sub-Foreign Post Office in Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Complex, Cochin (9)
Sub-Foreign Post Office in Noida Export Processing Zone (NEPZ), Noida (10)

Notification No. 63/94-cus (NT) dated 21-11-94 as amended by Notification No.23/95-cus (NT) dated 28-3-95. , Notification No. 53/96 Cus. (N.T.), dated 31-10-1996, Notification No. 4/97-Cus. (N.T.), dated 21-2-1997, Notification No. 23/97-Cus. (N.T.), dated 4-6-1997, Notification No. 38/97-Cus. (N.T.), dated 1-9-1997, Notification No. 26/98-Cus. (N.T.), dated 28-4-1998, Notification No. 86/98-Cus. (N.T.), dated 29-10-1998, Notification No. 89/98-Cus. (N.T.), dated 9-11-1998, Notification No. 55/99-Cus. (N.T.), dated 22-9-1999, Notification No. 55/2000-Cus. (N.T.), dated 21-9-2000, Notification No. 67/2000-Cus. (N.T.), dated 3-11-2000, Notification No. 53/2001-Cus. (N.T.), dated 11-10-2001, Notification No. 12/2001-Cus. (N.T.), dated 22-3-2001 and Notification No. 2/2002-Customs (N.T.) dated 24-01-2002, Notification No. 30/2002-Customs (N.T.) dated 27-05-2002 and Notification No. 51/2002-Customs (N.T.) dated 6-8-2002

21-11-1994

Notification No. 63/94-Cus. (N.T.)

In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (b) and (c) of section 7 of the Customs Act, 1962 (52 of 1962), the Central Government hereby appoints;

the places (i) specified in column (3) of the table annexed hereto as Land Customs Station for the clearance of all goods or any class of goods imported or exported by land from or to the land frontiers specified in corresponding entry in column (2) of the said table;

routes (ii) specified in the corresponding entry in column (4) of the said table as the routes by which alone all goods or class of goods may pass by land or inland water into or out of India to the said land frontiers :

Provided that –

(i) Chheherte Railway Station and Orient Jute Mill Jetty are appointed as Land Customs Stations only for the purpose of export of foodgrains from India;

(ii) Ghasuapara is appointed as Land Customs Station only for the purpose of exports of all goods from India; and

(iii) Golakganj is appointed as a Land Customs Station only for the purpose of export of stone boulders, stone chips and coal from India.”;Provided further that Phulbari is appointed as Land Customs Station for the purpose of import or export by any national of, –

(a) Bhutan in any vehicle of Bhutan, or

(b) Nepal in any vehicle of Nepal,

by land from or to Bangladesh.

(iv) In respect of Shella Bazar Land Customs Station, the land route from Pyrkan through Pharangkaruh (near B.P. No. 1231-S) to Bastola in Bangladesh, is appointed only for the propose of export of all goods from India.”

Table

S. No. Land Frontiers Land Customs Stations Routes
1. Afghanistan (via Pakistan) (1) Amritsar Railway Station Ferozepur-Amritsar Railway Line
(2) Chhehrate Railway Station Chhehrate-Attari Railway Line
(3) Delhi Railway Station Ferozepur-Delhi Railway Line.
CALCUTTA AND HOWRAH AREA
2. Bangladesh 1) Armenian and Kulpighat Steamer Station The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(2) Baghbazar Railway Station (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(3) Baja Ghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana-Beharikhal.
(4) Bandaghat and Moraporaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(5) Bengal River Service Godown next to Nimtolaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(6) Calcutta Jetties No.4 and 6 The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana.
(7) Chitpur Railway Station and Dhaniaghat River Station. (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway Line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing throughBongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line
(c) River routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(8) Cossipore Railway Station and Cossipore Hydraulic Press Ghat. (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway Line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line
(c) The River routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(9) Government Salt Gola, Salkia The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(10) Hanuman Jute Press Ghat and Panditghat  The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(11) Howrah Coal Depot (a) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal
(b) The road route from Howrah to Petrapole via Calcutta-Jessore Road passing through Petrapole Road Customs Station leading to Bangladesh (The route specified in item (b) above is for export of coal only).
(12) Howrah Railway Station (a) The The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) All Railway routes to Bangladesh.
(13) Jagannathghat Steamer Station and Rajaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(14) Kantapukur Railway Station The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(15) Nimtola Railway Station and Katgolaghat (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(c) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(16) Outram Ghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana-Beharikhal
(17) Pathuriaghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(18) Rajabagan Dockyard The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Namkhana-Beharikhal
(19) Rathcola Railway Station (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(20) Sahebbazar Railway Station a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon..
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line
(21) Sealdah Railway Station a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(22) Shalimar Coal Depot (a) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(b) The road routes from Shalimar to Petrapole via Calcutta-Jessore Road passing through Petrapole Road Customs Station leading to Bangladesh.
(The route specified in item (b) above is for export of coal only).
23) Surinamghat The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(24) T.T. Shed (Kidderpore) The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(25) Ultadanga Railway Station a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and the Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(26) Union South Jute Mill Shed The river routes from Calcutta to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
CACHAR DISTRICT
(27)Karimganj Ferry Station (a) Kusiyara river
(b) Longai river
(c) Surma river
(28) Karimganj Steamerghat (a) Kusiyara river(b) Surma river(c) Longai river
(29) Mahisasan Railway Station Railway line from Karimganj to Latu Railway Station
(30) Silchar R.M.S. Office
(31) Sutarkandi Sylhet-Karimganj Trunk Road.
COOCH BEHAR DISTRICT
(32) Changrabandh The road connecting Changrabandh in India and Burimari in Bangladesh.
(33) Changrabandha Railway Station Changrabandha-Burimari Railway line.
(34) Gitaldah Railway Station Gitaldah-Mogalhat Railway line.
(35) Gitaldah river The river routes from Gitaldah to Mogalhat in Bangladesh across Dharla river and the portion of river between Gitaldah and the Bhorampayathi.
(36) Gitaldah road The main road leading from Gitaldah to Mogalhat in Bangladesh across the Dharla river.
(37) Haldibari Railway Station Haldibari-Chilhati Railway line.
(38) Hassimara Railway Station (a) The road from Gitaldah to Hassimara and Hassimara to Bhutan through Jaigaon.
(b) The Railway line from Bangladesh passing through Gitaldah to Hassimara
(37) Haldibari Railway Station Haldibari-Chilhati Railway line.
DARJEELING DISTRICT
(39) Phulbari Road connecting Phulbari in India and Bangla Bandhu in Bangladesh.
GARO HILLS DISTRICT
(40) Baghmara (a) Baghmara Durgapur Road.
(b) Someshwari river
(41) Dalu (a) Bhugai river
(b) Dalu-Naltabari road.
(42) Ghasuapara Ghasuapara- (Garo Hills, India) to Baluaghat (Mymensingh,Bangladesh).
(43) Mahendraganj (a) Road from Mahendraganj Police Station to Dhanua-Kamalpur (Bangladesh).
(b) Road from Mahendraganj Police Station to the river Jinjiram.
(c) the river Jinjiram.
GOALPARA DISTRICT
(44) Dhubri Steamerghat Dhubri-Rahumari-Bahadurabad section of the Steamer route on the river Brahmaputra.
(45) Manikarchar (a) Kalo river from the approach of Tura road to the Jinjiram river.
(b) Tura-Rahumari road
46) Golakganj (Road from Sonahat to Golakganj
JAINTIA HILLS DISTRICT
(47) Dawki (a) Piyan River
(b) Shillong-Sylhet road
KAMRUP DISTRICT
(48) Gauhati Steamerghat Rahumari-Dhubri-Gauhati Section of the Steamer route on the river Brahmaputra.
KHASI HILLS DISTRICT
(49) Bolanganj (a) Darogakhal river
(b) Dear Valley
(c) Dholai river
(d) Duba channel
(e) Komorrah-Chhatak Ropeway
(f) Public Works Department bridle path from Bholaganj to Companyganj.
(g) Sonal river.
(50) Barsora (a) Trolley track from Cherragaon quarry (India) to Cherragaon (Bangladesh) dumping ground in Bangladesh.
(b) Barsora (India)-Tahirpur via Barsora (Bangladesh).
(c) Trolley track from Chalitacherra quarry to Samsar in Bangladesh.
(d) Trolley track from Gauripur (India) quarry to Samsar in Bangladesh.
(e) Jadukata river
(51) Ryngku (a) Chillai River
(b) Kaimara River
(52) Shella Bazar (a) Ichamati river
(b) Land route from Pyrkan through Pharangkaruh (near B.P. No. 1231-S) to Bastola in Bangladesh
(c) Shella river
LUNGIEI DISTRICT
(53) Demagir Karnaphuli river
MALDA DISTRICT
(54) Kotawalighat (Mehedipur) Road from English Bazar to Kansat under Shibganj Police station in Bangladesh on the English Bazar Shibganj road.
(55) Singabad Railway Station Malda-Singabad-Amhura section of the North-East Frontier Railway passing through Singabad.
MURSHIDABAD DISTRICT
(56) Dhulian River line route from Dhulian to Bangladesh via Aurangabad across the Ganges.
57) Gede Railway Station The Sealdah-Gede-Poradah Railway Line.
(58) Khanduaghat Riverline routes from Khanduaghat to Bangladesh across the river Padma.
(59) Lalgola Town Riverline routes originating from Lalgola Town to Godagarighat in Bangladesh across the river Padma.
(60) Ranaghat Railway Station (a) Sealdah-Ranaghat-Gede Poradah Railway line.
(b) Sealdah-Khulna Railway Line passing through Ranaghat and Bongaon.
(61) Tungi Majdia-Hansada (in Bangladesh) road passing through Tungi in India Union.
24-PARGANAS DISTRICT
(62) Bongaon Railway Station The Railway line passing through Bongaon Railway Station to Bangladesh via Petrapol Railway Station.
(63) Budge Budge (a) Budge Budge-Sealdah-Darsana Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station.
(b) Budge Budge-Sealdah-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon Railway Station.
(c) The inland waterway from Budge Budge to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.
(64) Ghojadanga That portion of the main road from Itinda to Ghojadanga which passes to Satkhira via Bhomra in Bangladesh.
(65) Hingalganj The river routes from Hingalganj to Basantapur in Bangladesh across River Ichamati.
(66) Jalalpur The river routes from Jalalpur to Bangladesh across the river Ichamati.
(67) Naihati Railway Station (a) The Sealdah-Poradah Railway line passing through Gede Railway Station and Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Bongaon.
(b) The Sealdah-Lalgola Railway line.
(68) Namkhana The inland waterway from the junction of Katakhal, Channel creek and Namkhana to Satikhira sub-division in Bangladesh across the river Raimanagar via Terobanki and Beharikhal.
(69) Orient Jute Mill Jetty The inland waterway from Budge-Budge to Bangladesh via Beharikhal.`
(70) Petrapol Railway Station The Calcutta-Khulna Railway line passing through Petrapole.
(71) Petrapol Road The portion of Calcutta-Jessore road passing through Petrapole road to Bangladesh.
PURNEA DISTRICT
(72) Kathihar Railway Station (a) Kathihar-Godagari Railway line.
(b) Kathihar-Parbatipur Railway line.
TRIPURA NORTH DISTRICT
(73) Dhalaighat (a) The river Dhalai from Halhali to Dhalai Checking Station.
(b) The road from Halhali to Kamalpur.
(74) Manu (Kailasahar sub-division) (a) Motorable road from Kailasahar to Murtichera leading to Samshernagar.
(b) Motorable road from Kailasahar to Muraichera
(c) Motorable road from Kailasahar to Samshernagar
(d) River Manu from Fatikrai to Manughat.
TRIPURA SOUTH DISTRICT
(75) Old Raghna Bazar Road from Dharmanagar-Old Raghna Bazar to Betuli-Fultala (Bangladesh).
(76) Muhurighat (a) The river Muhuri upto Muhurighat.
(b) The road from Muhurighat leading to Belonia Railway Station
TRIPURA WEST DISTRICT
(77) Agartala The Road between Agartala and Akhaura road Police Outpost.
(78) Khowaighat (a) The river Khowai from Teliamura to Khowaighat.
(b) The road from Kalyanpur to Khowaighat.
(79) Srimantapur (a) The river Gumti.
(b) Udaipur-Comilla road.
WEST DINAJPUR DISTRICT
(80) Dangi The main road leading from Balurghat to Chowghat in Bangladesh via Kalaibairi.
(81) Hilli (West) (a) The main road leading from Hilli through the Railway level crossing on the northern side of the Hilli Railway Station to Ghoraghat, Bangladesh.
(b) That portion of the road from Panchbibi to Boalder in Bangladesh which passes through Basudevpur. [Dakashinapara Hilli and Hindu Mission of Hilli (West) to Indian Union].
(82) Kukradah Road leading from Kukradah to Bhadreshwari (via Jagdol in Bangladesh).
(83) Radhikapur Railway Station (a) The Kathihar-Parbatipur Railway line passing through Radhikapur.
(b) The main road leading from Kaliaganj passing to Dinajpur through Gotagon.”.
3. Bhutan (1) Darranga Rangia-Tamulpur Motorable road from Darranga to Samdrup-Thankar (in Bhutan) in the District of Kamrup of Assam.
(2) Hatisar Motorable Road from Samthiabari to Gaylegphug (Bhutan) via Runikhata and Deosiri in the District of Kokrajhar of Assam.
(3) Ultapani Forest Road from Bismury to Sarbhand (Bhutan) via Naharali Forest Beat Office.
(4) Jaigaon The road connecting Jaigaon Bazar in India to Phuntsholding in Bhutan through Phuntsholding gate
(5) Chamurchi The motorable road connecting Chamurchi Hatkhola in India to Samchi (Samsay) in Bhutan.”
4. China (1) Gunji Land route between Gunji in Pithoragarh district of Uttar Pradesh in India and Pulan in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China.
(2) Village Namgaya Shipkila Land route between Namgaya-Shipkila in Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh in India and Shipki Jui Jiuba in China.
5. Myanmar (1) Champai Road route from Champai to Melbek Tiau.
(2) Moreh Manipur
Imphal-Pallel-Tamu Road (NH-39).
(3) Nampong Ledo-Tirap-Nampong Pangsu Pass Road.
6. Nepal Bairgania (1) Road connecting Bairgania in India and Gaur in Nepal
Banbasa (2) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Shahjahanpur, Bareilly, Pilibhit and Banbasa in India, and Mahendranagar in Nepal.
Barhni (3) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti and Barhni in India, and Krishnagar in Nepal.
Bhimnagar (4) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkola, Purnia, Arari, Forbesganj and Bhim-nagar in India, and Sctobandha in Nepal.
Bhitamore (5) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Kulti, Jasidih, Kiul, Mokamah, Barauni, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi and Bhitamore in India, and Jaleshwar in Nepal; or
Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Kadarma, Nawadah, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Gandhi Setu (Patna), Hajipur, Muzaffarpur, Sitamarhi and Bhitamore in India, and Jaleshwar in Nepal.
Galgalia (7) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkola, Kishanganj, Thakurganj and Galgalia in India, and Bhadrapur in Nepal.
Gauriphanta (8) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Baharaich and Gauriphanta in India, and Dhangadhi in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti, Baharaich and Gauriphanta in India, and Dhangadhi in Nepal.
Jarwa (9) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti, Balrampur and Jarwa in India, and Koilabas in Nepal.
Jayanagar (10) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Kulti, Jasidih, Kiul, Mokamah, Barauni, Musari Garari, Samastipur Darbhanga andJayanagar in India, and Siraha in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Kodarma, Nawadah, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Gandhi Setu (Patna), Hajipur, Musari Garari, Samastipur, Darbhanga and Jayanagar in India, and Siraha in Nepal.
Jhulaghat (11)(Pithoragarh) Road connecting Jhulaghat (Pithoragarh) in India and Mahakali in Nepal.
Jogbani (12) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkola, Purnia, Arari, Forbesganj and Jogbani in India, and Biratnagar in Nepal.
(13) Katarniyaghat Road connecting Katarniyaght in India and Rajapur in Nepal.
Khunwa (14) Road connecting Shoratgarh in India and Taulihawa in Nepal.
Kunauli (15) Road connecting Nirmali in India and Rajbiraj in Nepal.
Nautanwa (16)(Sonauli) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Nautanwa and Sonauli in India, and Bhairawa in Nepal.
(17) Nepalgunj (a) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Baharaich and Nepalgunj Road in India, and Nepalgunj in Nepal; or
Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekanada Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aur- angabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Gorakhpur, Basti, Baharaich and Nepalgunj Road in India, and Nepalgunj in Nepal.
Raxaul (19) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Kulti, Jasidih, Kiul, Mokamah, Barauni, Muzaffarpur, Motihari, Sugauli and Raxaul in India and Birganj in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Kodarma, Nawadah, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Gandhi Setu (Patna), Hajipur, Muzaffarpur, Motihari, Sugauli, and Raxaul in India, and Birganj in Nepal.
Sonabarsa (20) Road connecting Sonabarsa in India and Malangwa in Nepal.
Sukhia Pokhari (21) Road connecting Calcutta, Dunlop Bridge, Barrackpore, Krishna Nagar, Malda, Raiganj, Dalkela, Siliguri and Sukhia Pokhari in India, and Pashupatinagar in Nepal.
Tikonia (22) Road connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (a) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad, Sasaram, Varanasi, Jaunpur, Sultanpur, Lucknow, Baharaich and Tikonia in India, and Sati (Kailali) or Prithvipur in Nepal; orRoad connecting Calcutta, Vivekananda Bridge, Dankuni, (b) Mogra, Bardwan, Panagarh, Asansol, Dhanbad, Barhi, Aurangabad,
AMRITSAR DISTRICT
7. PAKISTAN Amritsar Railway (1) Station Amritsar-Attari-Lahore Railway Line
Attari (2) Road Amritsar-Attari-Lahore Road
Attari (3) Railway Station Amritsar-Attari-Lahore Railway Line.
Khalra (4) Patti-Khalra-Lahore Road.
BARODA
Assara (5) Naka Via Assara Naka.
Khavda (6) Naka Road from Diplo to Khavda.
Lakhpat (7) Road leading from Jatti and Rajnadini to Lakhpat.
Santalpur (8) Naka Via Santalpur Naka
Suigam (9) Naka Via Suigam Naka
DELHI
Delhi (10) Railway Station Delhi-Amritsar-Lahore Railway (a) Delhi-Ferozepur- Lahore Railway Line. Line.(b)
FEROZEPUR DISTRICT
Hussainiwala (11) Ferozepur-Lasur Road
JODHPUR DIVISION
Barmer Railway (12) Station Barmer-Gadra Road-Munabao-Khokropar Railway Line.
(13Munabao Railway) Station Barmer-Gadra Road-Munabao-Khokropar Railway Line.
8. All Countries Foreign Post Office of (1) Exchange, New Delhi.
Sub-exchange Office at (2) Ahmedabad.
Sub-exchange Office at (3) Bangalore.
Sub-exchange Office at (4) Jaipur.
Sub-exchange Office at Agra(5)
Sub-exchange office at Ludhiana. (6)
Export Extension Counter at Guwahati.” “(7)
Export Extension Counter at Moradabad. (8)
Sub-Foreign Post Office in Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Complex, Cochin (9)
Sub-Foreign Post Office in Noida Export Processing Zone (NEPZ), Noida (10)

Notification No. 63/94-cus (NT) dated 21-11-94 as amended by Notification No.23/95-cus (NT) dated 28-3-95. , Notification No. 53/96 Cus. (N.T.), dated 31-10-1996, Notification No. 4/97-Cus. (N.T.), dated 21-2-1997, Notification No. 23/97-Cus. (N.T.), dated 4-6-1997, Notification No. 38/97-Cus. (N.T.), dated 1-9-1997, Notification No. 26/98-Cus. (N.T.), dated 28-4-1998, Notification No. 86/98-Cus. (N.T.), dated 29-10-1998, Notification No. 89/98-Cus. (N.T.), dated 9-11-1998, Notification No. 55/99-Cus. (N.T.), dated 22-9-1999, Notification No. 55/2000-Cus. (N.T.), dated 21-9-2000, Notification No. 67/2000-Cus. (N.T.), dated 3-11-2000, Notification No. 53/2001-Cus. (N.T.), dated 11-10-2001, Notification No. 12/2001-Cus. (N.T.), dated 22-3-2001 and Notification No. 2/2002-Customs (N.T.) dated 24-01-2002, Notification No. 30/2002-Customs (N.T.) dated 27-05-2002 and Notification No. 51/2002-Customs (N.T.) dated 6-8-2002

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