Articles in Bangladesh ( 711 )

711 Articles of interest in Bangladesh

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  • Tejgaon Airport

    Tejgaon Airport (ICAO: VGTJ) in Dhaka, Bangladesh served as the country's sole international airport prior to the construction of Shahjalal International Airport.

  • Feni River

    Feni River (Bengali: ফেনী নদী Feni Nodi) is a river in the Indian state of Tripura and southeastern Bangladesh. It is a trans-boundary river with an ongoing dispute about water rights. The Feni River originates in South Tripura district and flows th…

  • Dhaka Commerce College

    Dhaka Commerce College (Bengali: ঢাকা কমার্স কলেজ) is a graduate college in Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Established in 1989, this was the first college in Dhaka city to specialize in commerce.Dhaka Commerce College is one of the most renowned educati…

  • Buddha Dhatu Jadi

    The Buddha Dhatu Jadi (Bengali: বুদ্ধ ধাতু জাদি; also known as the Bandarban Golden Temple) is located close to Balaghata town, in Bandarban City, in Bangladesh. Dhatu are the material remains of a holy person, and in this temple the relics belong t…

  • Barisal Airport

    Barisal Airport (IATA: BZL, ICAO: VGBR) is a domestic airport located in the southern city of Barisal in Bangladesh. GMG Airlines, Royal Bengal Airlines and United Airways previously operated flights to Dhaka from this airport.

  • Baldha Garden

    Baldha Garden is an botanical garden which spans 3.15 acres (1.27 ha) of land located at Wari in the old part of the city of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. It has a collection of 672 species of plants.

  • Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium

    Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium, (Bengali: শেখ আবু নাসের স্টেডিয়াম) previously known as Bir Shrestha Shahid Flight Lieutenant Motiur Rahman Stadium is a Test cricket venue in Khulna, Bangladesh. The stadium holds 15,000 people and opened in 2004. It is th…

  • Kaliganj Upazila, Jhenaidah

    Kaliganj (Bengali: কালীগঞ্জ (ঝিনাইদহ)) is an Upazila of Jhenaidah District in the Division of Khulna, Bangladesh. One of the most important business areas is Kaliganj under Jhenaidah District. It crosses between Dhaka Khulna Highway.

  • Chittagong Medical College Hospital

    Chittagong Medical College Hospital, (Bengali: চট্টগ্রাম মেডিকেল কলেজ হাসপাতাল) also known as CMC in general, is one of the government medical colleges in Bangladesh, established in 1957. It is the largest Medical College in Chittagong Division and …

  • Bangladesh Medical College

    Bangladesh Medical College & Hospital (BMC) is the first private medical college to have been established in Bangladesh. The college consists of one campus in Dhanmondi, Dhaka, that includes an attached hospital. The college and associated hospital …

  • Badda Thana

    Badda (Bengali: বাড্ডা) is a Thana of Dhaka District in the Division of Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was formed from parts in December 1998 from parts of Cantonment Thana and Gulshan Thana.

  • Teknaf Upazila

    Teknaf (Bengali: টেকনাফ Ṭeknaf) is an Upazila of Cox's Bazar District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It forms the southernmost point in mainland Bangladesh (St. Martin's Island is the southernmost point). The name of the region comes fro…

  • Tejgaon College

    Tejgaon College (Bengali:তেজগাঁও কলেজ) is a college in Dhaka city, Bangladesh which was founded in 1961. It has 30,000 students.

  • Naf River

    Naf River (Burmese: နတ်မြစ် [naʔ mjɪʔ]; Arakanese: နတ်မြစ် [nɛ́ mràɪʔ]; Bengali: নাফ নদী Naf Nodi IPA: [naf nod̪i]; ; is a river marking the border of Bangladesh and Myanmar.

  • Saka Haphong

    Saka Haphong (also Mowdok Mual or Clan Moy) is a peak in Bangladesh, often considered the highest point of the country, with an elevation of 1,052 metres (3,451 ft).

  • Barind Tract

    Barind Tract (alternately called the Varendra Tract in English and Varendra Bhumi in Bengali) is the largest Pleistocene era pysiographic unit in Bangladesh and the Bengal Basin. It covers most of Dinajpur, Rangpur, Pabna, Rajshahi, Bogra, and Joypu…

  • 1999 Bangladesh floods

    1999 Bangladesh Floods, although not as serious as the 1998 floods, were still very dangerous and costly. There are many floods in Bangladesh, mainly because the area is on average only 10 meters above sea level. These floods were between July and S…