This was India's second defeat in three days. After being thrashed by Nepal on Sunday, India were once again seen at the receiving end in a do-or-die clash and surrendered meekly against Bangladesh to crash out of the quadrennial event.
The match was reduced to 32 over per side after rain where India posted 187 for 8 after being sent to bat as the young Tigers reached the target with four overs and eight wickets to spare.
The four teams entered the semi-finals are Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
India's batting firepower was weakened after prodigious Mumbai batsman Prithvi Shaw was pulled out from the squad ahead of the tournament.
Salman Khan's unbeaten 39 remained India's highest as two others - Harvik Desai (21) and Anuj Rawat (34) - wasted their respective starts. The last four wickets added 71 to shore up the total in a must-win game.
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In reply, Bangladesh got off to a flier with Ghosh and Naim Sheikh (44) going strong. Ghosh then teamed up with Mohammad Tawhid Hridoy (48 not out) to accelerate towards victory with an unbroken 83-run stand for the fourth wicket.
But Pinak Ghosh smashed an unbeaten 82 to lead Bangaldesh to 191-2 in 28 overs and set up a meeting with Pakistan in the semi-finals on Thursday.
Meanwhile, in Group B, Afghanistan joined Pakistan in the semi-finals by comprehensively beating UAE by 134 runs.
Earlier, Nepal had lost to Bangladesh and won India.
The match between Nepal and Malaysia saw a startling collapse. Malaysia sensationally slipped from 33 without loss to 45 all out.
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