Chittagong

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license and serves foreign alcohol in addition to local gin, vodka and whisky. Chittagong Club membership is closed but foreigners can apply for "temporary membership" for up to two years. The Chittagong Institute is a far smaller club but it does maintain a bar. It is located in Jamal Khan road. The Catholic club opens membership to all persons for a small fee but membership applications are only accepted once a year (during December?). It maintains a small bar serving local drinks


small game

at the London Zoo until 1900, the record lifetime in captivity for a Sumatran rhino. Begum was also the type of the extinct subspecies ''D. s


food place

tollfree fax hours price ~Tk 175-250 per person content Fast food place from the international chain of the same name. Selling pizza, burgers, fries plus a variety of dishes to Asian tastes in a fast food format. Sugarbun also sells coffee, cakes, bread and other snacks. * WikiPedia:Chittagong Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Chittagong Commons:Category:Chittagong


top public

. The university ranks among the top public and private universities of Bangladesh. Currently, it is the third largest University in Bangladesh with more than 20,000 students and about 800 faculty members. The '''University of Chittagong''' (''Chittagong University'', ) is a public university situated at the suburban area of Hathazari, Chittagong district, Bangladesh. The university was established in 1966. The campus is 22 km north

of Chittagong city. The University of Chittagong is surrounded by hills, and bisected by a small stream which made this university a famous tourist spot across the country.It is a multidisciplinary research university. The university ranks among the top public and private universities of Bangladesh. Currently, it is the third largest University in Bangladesh with more than 20,000 students and about 800 faculty members. The community of '''Eurasians in Singapore''' is descended from


business social

. The Marwari community controlled all the major business ,social activities of a large geographical areas of the eastern parts of the Indian subcontinent. With a sizeable presence in present day Myanmar and Bangladesh, they controlled major trading and commercial activities in the regions currently comprising the Indian states of West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa,Assam,Jharkhand,Rajasthan and parts of Maharastra,Chattisgarh,tamilnadu and Gujarat They also had almost complete control of indigenous banking, finance and hundi. They took the hundi business to areas where the system was unknown, which included Chittagong, Khulna, Naogaon, Mymensingh, and Arakan (Rakhine State). WikiPedia:Chittagong Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Chittagong Commons:Category:Chittagong


covers religious

and secondary levels of education are controlled by the six General Education Boards, each covering a region. The boards' headquarters are located in Barisal, Comilla Chittagong, Dhaka, Jessore, Rajshahi and Sylhet . In addition, the Madrasah Education Board covers religious education in government-registered Madrasahs, and the Technical Education Board controls technical and vocational training in the secondary level. birth_date WikiPedia:Chittagong Dmoz:Regional Asia Bangladesh Localities Chittagong Commons:Category:Chittagong


series winning

;wicketshigh ;dismissalslow ;dismissalshigh ;caughtlow ;caughthigh ;caughttype 0;stumpedlow ;stumpedhigh ;csearch ;submit 1;.cgifields viewtype date 2006-12-20 accessdate 2006-12-21 publisher Cricinfo India swept the series, winning both matches by an innings. Although the Indian batsmen scored heavily, Pathan managed only five and four. He played in only one of the three ODIs against the hosts as India rotated their players, taking 1 45 and scoring


hot line

View''', 225 A, Sk. Mujib Road, (Chowmuhony) Agrabad, Phone: 00880-031-2510567,2514935, Hot Line: 00880 01727-739 839,01710-914 448, 01811-227 888, E-mail: easternview@ctgtel.net. The newest hotel in Chittagong. It is well equipped, 24 hours service, lift, standby generator, all kinds of food in room, Internet, hot & cold water, secretarial service. It's run by ex-managers of renowned hotels & staff are really good, whole atmosphere is quiet & clean. *


japanese tourists

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title quality

news-details.php?nid 229542 title 'Quality healthcare needed to make Chittagong global city' agency ''The Daily Star'' accessdate 28 August 2013

Chittagong

'''Chittagong''' : Porto Grande De Bengala; Mughal (Mughal Empire) Islamabad) is the second most populous city and main seaport of Bangladesh. It is a major commercial, financial and industrial hub. Located on the Karnaphuli River, it is the administrative seat of Chittagong District and Chittagong Division (the largest division (Divisions of Bangladesh) of Bangladesh). The metropolitan area has a population of 4 million residents. The city straddles hilly terrain and faces the Bay of Bengal.

Chittagong has a recorded history dating back more than a millennium. Arabs traded with its port since the 9th-century. It was visited by numerous historic world travellers, such as Ibn Battuta and Niccolo De Conti, as well as the Chinese Imperial Treasure Fleet (Treasure voyages). It gained prominence as a Portuguese (Portuguese Empire) trading center during the 16th-century. Under British rule (British Raj), it was a divisional capital (Chittagong Division) in the Bengal Presidency and the headquarters of the Assam Bengal Railway. The Port of Chittagong developed during the late 19th-century. It was a major gateway for the tea, rice, jute and oil trade in the region. The city and its airport were a vital base for American and British forces during the Burma Campaign in World War II. After the Partition of British India in 1947, Chittagong became the chief port of East Pakistan. During the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971, the declaration of Bangladesh's independence (Bangladeshi Declaration of Independence) was proclaimed from Chittagong.

The city is home to many of Bangladesh's oldest and largest companies, as well as the Chittagong Stock Exchange and the Chittagong Tea Auction. It is a hub of logistics and heavy industry. The Asian University for Women is based in the city; as are major public universities, including Chittagong University, the Chittagong Medical College and Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology. Important landmarks include the colonial Divisional Court, the Circuit House, Foy's Lake, the Commonwealth War Cemetery (Commonwealth War Cemetery, Chittagong), the Ethnological Museum of Chittagong, the Anderkilla Imperial Jame Mosque, historic Sufi shrines, the Chittagong Buddhist Monastery and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Chittagong.

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