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Sherpur District.
Sherpur district is a district of Bangladesh. In 1984 Sherpur declared as a district. Sherpur District is a district in central Bangladesh...Continue Reading.

Rangpur District.
Rangpur district has 8 Upazila (Rangpur Sadar, Gongachar, Taraganj, Badarganj, Kaunia, Pirgacha, Mithapukur and Pirganj), this district...Continue Reading.

Naogaon District.
Naogaon district has 11 Upazila (Naogaon Sadar, Mohadevpur, Manda, Niamatpur, Atrai, Raninagar, Patnitala, Dhamoirhat, Sapahar, Porsha...Continue Reading.

Begum Sufia Kamal.
Begum Sufia Kamal was a legendary person in Bangladesh. She was a poet, writer, organizer, feminist and social worker. She is well known as a..Continue Reading.

Chittagong District.
Chittagong is the port city of Bangladesh. It is the second largest and important city of Bangladesh. This district is very important for its..Continue Reading.

Jessore District.
Jessore district is a district of Bangladesh. In 1781 Jessore declared as a district. Jessore District is a district in south-western Bangladesh. This..Continue Reading.

Bhola District.
Bhola district has seven Upazila (Bhola Sadar, Char Fasson, Lalmohan, Manpur, Tazumuddin, Burhanuddin and Daulatkhan), five Pourasava...Continue Reading.

Magura District.
Magura district has 4 Upazila (Magura Sadar, Mohammadpur, Shalikha and Sreepur), this district has no city corporation, one Pourasava, thirty-six...Continue Reading.

Shamsur Rahman.
Shamsur Rahman was one of the great poet, columnist and journalist. He was born on 23 October 1929 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He was born in a..Continue Reading.

Pirojpur District.
In 1984 Pirojpur declared as a district. Pirojpur District is a district in south-western Bangladesh. This is a historic city. This district is under...Continue Reading.

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