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of Islam, one of the members, Birat Chandra Mondal reminded that Jinnah had "unequivocally said that Pakistan will be a secular State." Bhupendra Kumar Datta went a step further by commenting the PM’s statement : "...were this resolution to come before this house within the life-time of (...) the Quaid-i-Azam, it would not have come in its present shape.". The First Islamic Republic According to Dr M. Waheeduzzaman Manik, after Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah’s protest against imposing of Urdu as the lingua franca of Pakistan (published in daily ''Azad'' on 29 July 1947), on 25 February 1948, member Dhirendranath Datta demanded Bengali instead (spoken by 55% of the citizens), Members Bhupendra Kumar Datta, Prem Hari Barma and Srish Chandra Chattopadhyay "wholeheartedly supported Dhiren Datta’s historic amendment and vehemently defended the rightful place of Bengali." On 28 March 1971, at the onset of Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistani military junta tortured Dhirendranath Datta to death in Comilla. Rash B. Ghosh, History of Language Day Even in the opposition, Bhupen enjoyed the admiration of the ruling party. Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister (1951–53), speaking of Bhupen, once exclaimed : "He knows how to plan, organise and execute.". Samyukta, p157 His articles in the ''Ittefaq'' drew the attention of the intelligentsia in the then East Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was particularly proud to have known ''Bhupenda''. '''Daulot Ahmed''' was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kokborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The ''Amar jantra, Comilla'' published his Kokborok grammar book "KOKBOKMA" in 1897 AD. The Education Gazette a renowned newspaper of that time made commendatory review on this book. first academic year 1984 location 8 km southwest of Comilla Union:Koatbari Upazila (Upazilas of Bangladesh):Mayanamoti District:Comilla (Comilla District) Bangladesh color Sky blue


cultural research

and mid-eleventh century AD). In 1732, it became the center of the Bengal-backed domain of Jagat Manikya. Bidhas Kanti Kilikhar. ''Tripura of the 18th Century with Samsher Gazi Against Feudalism: A Historical Study''. (Chhapa Kathi, Agartula: Tripura State Tribal Cultural Research Institute and Museum, 1995) p. 55 thumb left Presently a part of Comilla's Court Road, the photographed street has been once an extension of historic Grand Trunk Road (File:Court Road, Comilla.jpg), to communicate with the port facilities of Chittagong (Port of Chittagong). The Peasants Movement against the king of Tripura in 1764, which originally formed under the leadership of Shamsher Gazi is a notable historical event in Comilla. ) (born February 27, 1966, in Comilla, Chittagong) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 10 Tests (Test cricket) and 29 ODI (One Day International)s from 1990 to 2003. After retiring from competitive cricket he became an umpire made his first appearance in an ODI (One Day International) between Bangladesh (Bangladesh cricket team) and Zimbabwe (Zimbabwean cricket team) on December 3, 2006. He is the first Bangladeshi Test-match cricketer to umpire in international cricket. DATE OF BIRTH February 27, 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Comilla, Chittagong, Bangladesh DATE OF DEATH Tripuris entered their present country through its north-eastern corner , settled there and gradually expanded their settlement and suzerainty over the whole of Tripura. They were able to expand their influence as far south as Chittagong, as far west as Comilla and Noakhali (known during the British period as 'plains Tipperah') and as far north as Sylhet (all in present Bangladesh). Hardly their forefathers could imagine that their descendants were destined to build a strong monarchy and resist the advance of the Mughals. The ruling dynasty passed through several vicissitudes of history and ruled Tripura for several centuries till up to 14 October 1949, the day Tripura was annexed by India. Feverish attempt to rescue victims of communal riots in Kolkata and of the partition of India led him to be elected as an M.P. in Pakistan, before serving as an M.L.A. Among several reports of his action, it was learnt that on 7 March 1949 when Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan, while claiming support from Quaid-i-Azam declared before the Constituent Assembly that Pakistan was founded with the Muslims’ wish to live the teachings and the tradition of Islam, one of the members, Birat Chandra Mondal reminded that Jinnah had "unequivocally said that Pakistan will be a secular State." Bhupendra Kumar Datta went a step further by commenting the PM’s statement : "...were this resolution to come before this house within the life-time of (...) the Quaid-i-Azam, it would not have come in its present shape.". The First Islamic Republic According to Dr M. Waheeduzzaman Manik, after Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah’s protest against imposing of Urdu as the lingua franca of Pakistan (published in daily ''Azad'' on 29 July 1947), on 25 February 1948, member Dhirendranath Datta demanded Bengali instead (spoken by 55% of the citizens), Members Bhupendra Kumar Datta, Prem Hari Barma and Srish Chandra Chattopadhyay "wholeheartedly supported Dhiren Datta’s historic amendment and vehemently defended the rightful place of Bengali." On 28 March 1971, at the onset of Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistani military junta tortured Dhirendranath Datta to death in Comilla. Rash B. Ghosh, History of Language Day Even in the opposition, Bhupen enjoyed the admiration of the ruling party. Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister (1951–53), speaking of Bhupen, once exclaimed : "He knows how to plan, organise and execute.". Samyukta, p157 His articles in the ''Ittefaq'' drew the attention of the intelligentsia in the then East Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was particularly proud to have known ''Bhupenda''. '''Daulot Ahmed''' was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kokborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The ''Amar jantra, Comilla'' published his Kokborok grammar book "KOKBOKMA" in 1897 AD. The Education Gazette a renowned newspaper of that time made commendatory review on this book. first academic year 1984 location 8 km southwest of Comilla Union:Koatbari Upazila (Upazilas of Bangladesh):Mayanamoti District:Comilla (Comilla District) Bangladesh color Sky blue


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) (born February 27, 1966, in Comilla, Chittagong) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 10 Tests (Test cricket) and 29 ODI (One Day International)s from 1990 to 2003. After retiring from competitive cricket he became an umpire made his first appearance in an ODI (One Day International) between Bangladesh (Bangladesh cricket team) and Zimbabwe (Zimbabwean cricket team) on December 3, 2006. He is the first Bangladeshi Test-match cricketer to umpire in international cricket. DATE OF BIRTH February 27, 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Comilla, Chittagong, Bangladesh DATE OF DEATH Tripuris entered their present country through its north-eastern corner , settled there and gradually expanded their settlement and suzerainty over the whole of Tripura. They were able to expand their influence as far south as Chittagong, as far west as Comilla and Noakhali (known during the British period as 'plains Tipperah') and as far north as Sylhet (all in present Bangladesh). Hardly their forefathers could imagine that their descendants were destined to build a strong monarchy and resist the advance of the Mughals. The ruling dynasty passed through several vicissitudes of history and ruled Tripura for several centuries till up to 14 October 1949, the day Tripura was annexed by India. Feverish attempt to rescue victims of communal riots in Kolkata and of the partition of India led him to be elected as an M.P. in Pakistan, before serving as an M.L.A. Among several reports of his action, it was learnt that on 7 March 1949 when Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan, while claiming support from Quaid-i-Azam declared before the Constituent Assembly that Pakistan was founded with the Muslims’ wish to live the teachings and the tradition of Islam, one of the members, Birat Chandra Mondal reminded that Jinnah had "unequivocally said that Pakistan will be a secular State." Bhupendra Kumar Datta went a step further by commenting the PM’s statement : "...were this resolution to come before this house within the life-time of (...) the Quaid-i-Azam, it would not have come in its present shape.". The First Islamic Republic According to Dr M. Waheeduzzaman Manik, after Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah’s protest against imposing of Urdu as the lingua franca of Pakistan (published in daily ''Azad'' on 29 July 1947), on 25 February 1948, member Dhirendranath Datta demanded Bengali instead (spoken by 55% of the citizens), Members Bhupendra Kumar Datta, Prem Hari Barma and Srish Chandra Chattopadhyay "wholeheartedly supported Dhiren Datta’s historic amendment and vehemently defended the rightful place of Bengali." On 28 March 1971, at the onset of Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistani military junta tortured Dhirendranath Datta to death in Comilla. Rash B. Ghosh, History of Language Day Even in the opposition, Bhupen enjoyed the admiration of the ruling party. Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister (1951–53), speaking of Bhupen, once exclaimed : "He knows how to plan, organise and execute.". Samyukta, p157 His articles in the ''Ittefaq'' drew the attention of the intelligentsia in the then East Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was particularly proud to have known ''Bhupenda''. '''Daulot Ahmed''' was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kokborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The ''Amar jantra, Comilla'' published his Kokborok grammar book "KOKBOKMA" in 1897 AD. The Education Gazette a renowned newspaper of that time made commendatory review on this book. first academic year 1984 location 8 km southwest of Comilla Union:Koatbari Upazila (Upazilas of Bangladesh):Mayanamoti District:Comilla (Comilla District) Bangladesh color Sky blue


technical education

at home. Primary and secondary level management The primary 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


Bhupendra Kumar Datta

of Islam, one of the members, Birat Chandra Mondal reminded that Jinnah had "unequivocally said that Pakistan will be a secular State." Bhupendra Kumar Datta went a step further by commenting the PM’s statement : "...were this resolution to come before this house within the life-time of (...) the Quaid-i-Azam, it would not have come in its present shape.". The First Islamic Republic According to Dr M. Waheeduzzaman Manik, after Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah’s protest against imposing of Urdu as the lingua franca of Pakistan (published in daily ''Azad'' on 29 July 1947), on 25 February 1948, member Dhirendranath Datta demanded Bengali instead (spoken by 55% of the citizens), Members Bhupendra Kumar Datta, Prem Hari Barma and Srish Chandra Chattopadhyay "wholeheartedly supported Dhiren Datta’s historic amendment and vehemently defended the rightful place of Bengali." On 28 March 1971, at the onset of Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistani military junta tortured Dhirendranath Datta to death in Comilla. Rash B. Ghosh, History of Language Day Even in the opposition, Bhupen enjoyed the admiration of the ruling party. Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister (1951–53), speaking of Bhupen, once exclaimed : "He knows how to plan, organise and execute.". Samyukta, p157 His articles in the ''Ittefaq'' drew the attention of the intelligentsia in the then East Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was particularly proud to have known ''Bhupenda''. '''Daulot Ahmed''' was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kokborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The ''Amar jantra, Comilla'' published his Kokborok grammar book "KOKBOKMA" in 1897 AD. The Education Gazette a renowned newspaper of that time made commendatory review on this book. first academic year 1984 location 8 km southwest of Comilla Union:Koatbari Upazila (Upazilas of Bangladesh):Mayanamoti District:Comilla (Comilla District) Bangladesh color Sky blue


providing education

be appointed to the post of Chief of General Staff. He was also awarded with the military honour ''Bir Uttom'' by the government for gallantry during the liberation war. Bangladesh has some thirty-two public universities providing education to the bulk of higher studies students. These universities are funded by the government while managed as self-governed organizations. In Dhaka division there are twelve public universities. Amongst them seven are in Dhaka City (Dhaka), two universities in Gazipur (Gazipur, Dhaka Division), one in Savar. In Mymensingh District there are two universities located in Mymensingh Town (Mymensingh) and Trishal. In Tangail District there is also a university locating on Sontoss. In Rajshahi division there are three universities, two in Rajshahi and one in Pabna (Pabna District). There are two public universities in Rangpur division. One is in Rangpur (Rangpur, Bangladesh) and another one in Dinajpur (Dinajpur District, Bangladesh). In Khulna division there are four public universities; two are in Khulna, one in Jessore and another in Kushtia. The university in Kushtia is the only public university in Bangladesh specializing in Islamic studies. Five public universities are in Chittagong division including three are in Chittagong and one each in Comilla and Noakhali. One of them specializes in Veterinary Sciences. There are two public universities in Barisal division which are located in Patuakhali and Barisal. Two public universities are in Sylhet division. Both are in Sylhet, one specialized in science & technology and the other in agricultural sciences. Early life and background Allauddin Khan was born in Shibpur village in greater Comilla (now in Bangladesh), the son of Sabdar Hossain Khan, also known as Sadhu Khan. Allauddin's elder brother, Fakir Aftabuddin, first taught him the basics of music at home. Primary and secondary level management The primary 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. Brahmanbaria was made one of the 3 Sub-divisions of Comilla District by the British rulers in 1860. Brahmanbaria Municipality was established in 1868. It became part of East Pakistan in 1947 which eventually became independent Bangladesh in 1971. The Ninth Infantry Division's General Officer Commanding Major General Imamuzzaman, Bir Protik, commanding the division situated nearest to Dhaka, decided to be loyal to the President. He removed all boats and ferries from Jamuna River (Jamuna River (Bangladesh)) in Aricha port, so that Bogra and Jessore Divisions could not cross the river to reach Dhaka. He also sent another contingent of troops with tanks to make a blockade at Dhaka-Mymenshing highway. This blockade prevented Mymensing Division Army from entering Dhaka district. In the meantime, Major General Mohammad Anwar Hossain, Bir Protik, General Officer Commanding of the 33rd Infantry Division located in Comilla also decided to upheld the constitution and came to an aid of the President Abdur Rahman Biswas. He mobilized a fully geared 101 Infantry Brigade, under the command of Brig. Shah Ikram (later Maj. Gen.) to Dhaka to fortify Banga Bhaban, the Presidential palace. Another Deployment was made by the 33rd Division using an Infantry Battalion and a company of tanks from the 7th Horse Armored Battalion at the Dhaka-Chittagong highway to create a blockade against the 24th Infantry Division located in Chittagong which happens to be the largest, most powerful and strongest Division in the country. This Blockade was materialized due to the reason that the General Officer Commanding of the Chittagong Division Major General Md Azizur Rahman, Bir Uttam was dedicated to Lt. Gen. Nasim and probable retaliation was not out of prospect. However, Maj. General Aziz during that time was on leave in Sylhet and decided to remain away from this episode. Announcements in State Radio and TV broadcast continuously asked all soldiers to stay at their own cantonment. After some hours Mymensing Division soldiers returned to their barracks and the Chittagong Division, being demoralized by the brawny blockade on the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway near Chouddogram, never made an attempt to mobilize towards Dhaka. The General Officer Commanding of the Chittagong Division also realized that this military coup is highly unlikely to succeed. That night Nasim was interviewed by the BBC and, in reference to troop movements, he answered that as Army Chief he could move troops anytime he wanted. * '''''Jat Area''''' (Brahmaputra Alluvium): This comprises part of the districts of Dhaka, Mymensingh, Tangail, and Comilla of Bangladesh. The area annually receives fresh deposit of silts carried down by the flood water. Soils are acidic in , the texture varies from sand loam to clay loam. According to commercial quality, the best quality Jute, the Jat type, grows in this area. * '''''District Area'' (Ganges Alluvium):''' This comprises part of the districts of Kushtia, Jessore, Khulna, Rajshahi, Pabna, and Dhaka of Bangladesh and major portion of West Bengal of India. This area has soil of slight alkaline clay loam to light loam in gray to dark gray color. The type of Jute grown in this area is known as District Jute, which is next to Jat Jute in order of quality. The jute fiber grown in this region is further divided into two major varieties, such as: Hard District Jute and Soft District Jute. An integral part of Bangladeshi Muslim cuisine is beef, the presence of which is a must especially in feasts and banquets. Kabab (Kebab) from beef is immensely popular throughout the country. Beef is used in the preparation of a wide range of dishes including biryani, tehari, haleem, and many others. Regional feasts such as the ''Mezbaan'' and ''Ziafat'' of Chittagong, Sylhet, and Comilla or the ''Dawat'' of Dhaka will remain incomplete without serving spicy beef. History Railway operation in today's Bangladesh began on November 15, 1862 when 53.11 kilometres of ) (born February 27, 1966, in Comilla, Chittagong) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 10 Tests (Test cricket) and 29 ODI (One Day International)s from 1990 to 2003. After retiring from competitive cricket he became an umpire made his first appearance in an ODI (One Day International) between Bangladesh (Bangladesh cricket team) and Zimbabwe (Zimbabwean cricket team) on December 3, 2006. He is the first Bangladeshi Test-match cricketer to umpire in international cricket. DATE OF BIRTH February 27, 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Comilla, Chittagong, Bangladesh DATE OF DEATH Tripuris entered their present country through its north-eastern corner , settled there and gradually expanded their settlement and suzerainty over the whole of Tripura. They were able to expand their influence as far south as Chittagong, as far west as Comilla and Noakhali (known during the British period as 'plains Tipperah') and as far north as Sylhet (all in present Bangladesh). Hardly their forefathers could imagine that their descendants were destined to build a strong monarchy and resist the advance of the Mughals. The ruling dynasty passed through several vicissitudes of history and ruled Tripura for several centuries till up to 14 October 1949, the day Tripura was annexed by India. Feverish attempt to rescue victims of communal riots in Kolkata and of the partition of India led him to be elected as an M.P. in Pakistan, before serving as an M.L.A. Among several reports of his action, it was learnt that on 7 March 1949 when Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan, while claiming support from Quaid-i-Azam declared before the Constituent Assembly that Pakistan was founded with the Muslims’ wish to live the teachings and the tradition of Islam, one of the members, Birat Chandra Mondal reminded that Jinnah had "unequivocally said that Pakistan will be a secular State." Bhupendra Kumar Datta went a step further by commenting the PM’s statement : "...were this resolution to come before this house within the life-time of (...) the Quaid-i-Azam, it would not have come in its present shape.". The First Islamic Republic According to Dr M. Waheeduzzaman Manik, after Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah’s protest against imposing of Urdu as the lingua franca of Pakistan (published in daily ''Azad'' on 29 July 1947), on 25 February 1948, member Dhirendranath Datta demanded Bengali instead (spoken by 55% of the citizens), Members Bhupendra Kumar Datta, Prem Hari Barma and Srish Chandra Chattopadhyay "wholeheartedly supported Dhiren Datta’s historic amendment and vehemently defended the rightful place of Bengali." On 28 March 1971, at the onset of Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistani military junta tortured Dhirendranath Datta to death in Comilla. Rash B. Ghosh, History of Language Day Even in the opposition, Bhupen enjoyed the admiration of the ruling party. Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister (1951–53), speaking of Bhupen, once exclaimed : "He knows how to plan, organise and execute.". Samyukta, p157 His articles in the ''Ittefaq'' drew the attention of the intelligentsia in the then East Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was particularly proud to have known ''Bhupenda''. '''Daulot Ahmed''' was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kokborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The ''Amar jantra, Comilla'' published his Kokborok grammar book "KOKBOKMA" in 1897 AD. The Education Gazette a renowned newspaper of that time made commendatory review on this book. first academic year 1984 location 8 km southwest of Comilla Union:Koatbari Upazila (Upazilas of Bangladesh):Mayanamoti District:Comilla (Comilla District) Bangladesh color Sky blue


bogra

Lakshmipur (Lakshmipur District) South Noakhali Southeast Feni (Feni District) Category:Populated places in Comilla District Category:Populated places in Bangladesh Category:History of Tripura Dhaka is the capital and largest city of Bangladesh. Other major cities include Chittagong, Khulna, Rajshahi, Sylhet, Barisal, Bogra, Comilla, Mymensingh and Rangpur, Bangladesh

to the President. He removed all boats and ferries from Jamuna River (Jamuna River (Bangladesh)) in Aricha port, so that Bogra and Jessore Divisions could not cross the river to reach Dhaka. He also sent another contingent of troops with tanks to make a blockade at Dhaka-Mymenshing highway. This blockade prevented Mymensing Division Army from entering Dhaka district. In the meantime, Major General Mohammad Anwar Hossain, Bir Protik, General Officer Commanding of the 33rd


jat

was interviewed by the BBC and, in reference to troop movements, he answered that as Army Chief he could move troops anytime he wanted. * '''''Jat Area''''' (Brahmaputra Alluvium): This comprises part of the districts of Dhaka, Mymensingh, Tangail, and Comilla of Bangladesh. The area annually receives fresh deposit of silts carried down by the flood water. Soils are acidic in , the texture varies from sand loam to clay loam. According to commercial quality

, the best quality Jute, the Jat type, grows in this area. * '''''District Area'' (Ganges Alluvium):''' This comprises part of the districts of Kushtia, Jessore, Khulna, Rajshahi, Pabna, and Dhaka of Bangladesh and major portion of West Bengal of India. This area has soil of slight alkaline clay loam to light loam in gray to dark gray color. The type of Jute grown in this area is known as District Jute, which is next to Jat Jute


great national

. markets under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP), citing the country's failure to meet promises made in 1992 to allow freedom of association in EPZs. ) (born February 27, 1966, in Comilla, Chittagong) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 10 Tests (Test cricket) and 29 ODI (One Day International)s from 1990 to 2003. After retiring from competitive cricket he became an umpire made his first appearance in an ODI (One Day International) between Bangladesh (Bangladesh cricket team) and Zimbabwe (Zimbabwean cricket team) on December 3, 2006. He is the first Bangladeshi Test-match cricketer to umpire in international cricket. DATE OF BIRTH February 27, 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Comilla, Chittagong, Bangladesh DATE OF DEATH Tripuris entered their present country through its north-eastern corner , settled there and gradually expanded their settlement and suzerainty over the whole of Tripura. They were able to expand their influence as far south as Chittagong, as far west as Comilla and Noakhali (known during the British period as 'plains Tipperah') and as far north as Sylhet (all in present Bangladesh). Hardly their forefathers could imagine that their descendants were destined to build a strong monarchy and resist the advance of the Mughals. The ruling dynasty passed through several vicissitudes of history and ruled Tripura for several centuries till up to 14 October 1949, the day Tripura was annexed by India. Feverish attempt to rescue victims of communal riots in Kolkata and of the partition of India led him to be elected as an M.P. in Pakistan, before serving as an M.L.A. Among several reports of his action, it was learnt that on 7 March 1949 when Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan, while claiming support from Quaid-i-Azam declared before the Constituent Assembly that Pakistan was founded with the Muslims’ wish to live the teachings and the tradition of Islam, one of the members, Birat Chandra Mondal reminded that Jinnah had "unequivocally said that Pakistan will be a secular State." Bhupendra Kumar Datta went a step further by commenting the PM’s statement : "...were this resolution to come before this house within the life-time of (...) the Quaid-i-Azam, it would not have come in its present shape.". The First Islamic Republic According to Dr M. Waheeduzzaman Manik, after Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah’s protest against imposing of Urdu as the lingua franca of Pakistan (published in daily ''Azad'' on 29 July 1947), on 25 February 1948, member Dhirendranath Datta demanded Bengali instead (spoken by 55% of the citizens), Members Bhupendra Kumar Datta, Prem Hari Barma and Srish Chandra Chattopadhyay "wholeheartedly supported Dhiren Datta’s historic amendment and vehemently defended the rightful place of Bengali." On 28 March 1971, at the onset of Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistani military junta tortured Dhirendranath Datta to death in Comilla. Rash B. Ghosh, History of Language Day Even in the opposition, Bhupen enjoyed the admiration of the ruling party. Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister (1951–53), speaking of Bhupen, once exclaimed : "He knows how to plan, organise and execute.". Samyukta, p157 His articles in the ''Ittefaq'' drew the attention of the intelligentsia in the then East Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was particularly proud to have known ''Bhupenda''. '''Daulot Ahmed''' was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kokborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The ''Amar jantra, Comilla'' published his Kokborok grammar book "KOKBOKMA" in 1897 AD. The Education Gazette a renowned newspaper of that time made commendatory review on this book. first academic year 1984 location 8 km southwest of Comilla Union:Koatbari Upazila (Upazilas of Bangladesh):Mayanamoti District:Comilla (Comilla District) Bangladesh color Sky blue


critical time

in a critical time, Zia was awarded the Bir Uttom, the second-highest military honour by the Government of Bangladesh . He was given command of a brigade stationed in Comilla, and in 1974 June he was appointed deputy chief of arm staff. He was later promoted to the rank of Major General by 1975 and Lieutenant General in 1977. As a high-ranking commander, Zia oversaw the training and development of the army. '''Feni''' ( ) (born February 27, 1966, in Comilla, Chittagong) is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 10 Tests (Test cricket) and 29 ODI (One Day International)s from 1990 to 2003. After retiring from competitive cricket he became an umpire made his first appearance in an ODI (One Day International) between Bangladesh (Bangladesh cricket team) and Zimbabwe (Zimbabwean cricket team) on December 3, 2006. He is the first Bangladeshi Test-match cricketer to umpire in international cricket. DATE OF BIRTH February 27, 1966 PLACE OF BIRTH Comilla, Chittagong, Bangladesh DATE OF DEATH Tripuris entered their present country through its north-eastern corner , settled there and gradually expanded their settlement and suzerainty over the whole of Tripura. They were able to expand their influence as far south as Chittagong, as far west as Comilla and Noakhali (known during the British period as 'plains Tipperah') and as far north as Sylhet (all in present Bangladesh). Hardly their forefathers could imagine that their descendants were destined to build a strong monarchy and resist the advance of the Mughals. The ruling dynasty passed through several vicissitudes of history and ruled Tripura for several centuries till up to 14 October 1949, the day Tripura was annexed by India. Feverish attempt to rescue victims of communal riots in Kolkata and of the partition of India led him to be elected as an M.P. in Pakistan, before serving as an M.L.A. Among several reports of his action, it was learnt that on 7 March 1949 when Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan, while claiming support from Quaid-i-Azam declared before the Constituent Assembly that Pakistan was founded with the Muslims’ wish to live the teachings and the tradition of Islam, one of the members, Birat Chandra Mondal reminded that Jinnah had "unequivocally said that Pakistan will be a secular State." Bhupendra Kumar Datta went a step further by commenting the PM’s statement : "...were this resolution to come before this house within the life-time of (...) the Quaid-i-Azam, it would not have come in its present shape.". The First Islamic Republic According to Dr M. Waheeduzzaman Manik, after Dr. Muhammad Shahidullah’s protest against imposing of Urdu as the lingua franca of Pakistan (published in daily ''Azad'' on 29 July 1947), on 25 February 1948, member Dhirendranath Datta demanded Bengali instead (spoken by 55% of the citizens), Members Bhupendra Kumar Datta, Prem Hari Barma and Srish Chandra Chattopadhyay "wholeheartedly supported Dhiren Datta’s historic amendment and vehemently defended the rightful place of Bengali." On 28 March 1971, at the onset of Bangladesh Liberation War, Pakistani military junta tortured Dhirendranath Datta to death in Comilla. Rash B. Ghosh, History of Language Day Even in the opposition, Bhupen enjoyed the admiration of the ruling party. Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister (1951–53), speaking of Bhupen, once exclaimed : "He knows how to plan, organise and execute.". Samyukta, p157 His articles in the ''Ittefaq'' drew the attention of the intelligentsia in the then East Pakistan. Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was particularly proud to have known ''Bhupenda''. '''Daulot Ahmed''' was a contemporary of Radhamohan Thakur and was a pioneer of writing Kokborok Grammar jointly with Mohammad Omar. The ''Amar jantra, Comilla'' published his Kokborok grammar book "KOKBOKMA" in 1897 AD. The Education Gazette a renowned newspaper of that time made commendatory review on this book. first academic year 1984 location 8 km southwest of Comilla Union:Koatbari Upazila (Upazilas of Bangladesh):Mayanamoti District:Comilla (Comilla District) Bangladesh color Sky blue

Comilla

'''Comilla''' ( ) is a city in eastern Bangladesh, located along the Dhaka-Chittagong Highway. It is the administrative center of the Comilla District, part of the Chittagong Division. Comilla is second-largest city of eastern Bangladesh after Chittagong and is one of the three oldest cities in Bangladesh.

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