. At present, it is a district of Sylhet Division. Habiganj is the historical place where the Mukti Bahini started their first guerrilla movement against oppression of Pakistani Army. It is also the place full of memory of Syed Nasir Uddin (R), companion and sipahsalar of Hazrath Shah Jalal (R), the great saint of Bengal. Historically, Habibganj was a bazaar or ganj beside Khowai River established by Syed Habib Ullah, the son of Syed Hadayat Ullah. With the passage of time, Habibganj turned into Habiganj. During the British Raj, Habiganj was established as a Thana (police precinct) in 1790, under Dhaka district (1779–1793). Until 1896, Habiganj's administrative centre was in Court Andar, Laskarpur. On 12 September 1874 it came under Sylhet district (part of Assam). Habiganj was declared as subdivision in 1867. On 7 April 1893, according to the Notification no. 273 of Assam Provincial Government, Habiganj Thana (Administrative unit) was established. Habiganj was rejoined with East-Bengal (now Bangladesh) in 1911. Then the Office of the Circle Officer (Development) was established in 1960. Finally on 1 March 1984 Habiganj was established as a District.Sheikh Liaquat Ali is the current chairman of Habiganj. http: www.dchabiganj.gov.bd District%20Profile.htm At present Habiganj consists of 8 upazilas, 6 municipalities, 36 wards, 77 union parishads, 124 mahallas, 1241 mouzas and 2076 villages. Geography and climate Sylhet District has an area of 3,490 km²; and is bounded by the districts of Maulvi Bazar, Sunamganj (Sunamganj District), Habiganj (Habiganj District) along with Cachar (Cachar District) and Karimganj (Karimganj District) districts of India. * Expansion needed (updated by bot) ** 235 - 1979 in India, 2005 Men's Champions Trophy (field hockey), Abahani Krira Chakra, Alaol, Apodization, Bagerhat District, Bangalore IT.COM, Bangladesh Army, Bangladesh Betar, Bangladesh Military Academy, Bangladesh Rifles, Banning of Tamil language media importation, Barguna District, Bhola District, Bogra District, Brahmanbaria District, Brajalal College, Brajamohan College, Brojen Das, Caste system in Kerala, Centre for Railway Information Systems, Chand Raat, Chandpur District, Chittagong District, Chittranjan Locomotive Works, Constitution of Bangladesh, Constitution of Sri Lanka, Cuisine of Kashmir, Culture of Bangladesh, Dasa sil mata, Dhaka District, Dinajpur District, Bangladesh, DishTV, Dish TV India, Education in Bangladesh, Elaan, Elections in Bangladesh, Elections in India, Embroidery of India, Exim Bank (India), Fall of Sassanids, Faridpur District, Filmfare Awards, Folklore of India, Gaibandha District, Gazipur District, Goan houses, Goan literature, Godavari Class Frigate, Gota, Governors of Mizoram, H. 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Nathalie Boisclair Economy Pascan Aviation has its headquarters in Saint-Hubert. "Contact us." Pascan Aviation. Retrieved on December 4, 2010. Neighbourhoods Today, there are four distinct sectors of Saint-Hubert: * Iberville * Laflèche (Laflèche, Quebec) * Laurendeau * Maricourt Historic neighbourhoods The following is a of localities 'Locality' refers to the historical place names of former census subdivisions (municipalities), former designated places and former urban areas, as well as to the names of other entities, such as neighbourhoods, post offices, communities and unincorporated places. (source) within the borough of Saint-Hubert. Statistics Canada - 2458227 - Longueuil, geographical codes and localities, 2006 ;Brentwood Brentwood was located in between Rue Kimber and Chemin Chambly. Chemin Noble was among the main streets in the area, with Cousineau Boulevard becoming important much later on. Chemin Noble was named for Benjamin Noble, superintendent and resident of the area, upon its founding in the late 1910s.
;, 1997, New Delhi. * Kedarnath Mojumder, ''Moymonsingh-er Biboron'', 1987, Mymensingh. * Kedarnath Mojumder, ''Moymonsingh-er Etihash'', 1987, Mymensingh. External links * Mymensingh in Banglapedia * Telephone Index Mymensingh
of Rawalpindi. It has a population of about over 50,000. It is famous for Gurdwara Sri Panja Sahib, one of the most sacred places of Sikhism. Thousands of Sikhs visit the Gurudwara on the eve of Besakhi every year. The other historical place is a tomb erroneously called Lala Rukh Tomb. There is a grave inside a square walled Garden and a fresh water fish pond near the tomb. On the nearby hill there is a meditation chamber attributed to a saint Baba Hasan Abdal also known as Baba Wali Kandhari with local folklores. The city is named after this saint. '''Gurdwara Panja Sahib''' (ਗੁਰੂਦਵਾਰਾ ਪੰਜਾ ਸਾਹਿਬ) is a gurdwara situated at Hasan Abdal, WikiPedia:Rawalpindi Dmoz:Regional Asia Pakistan Provinces Punjab Localities Rawalpindi commons:Rawalpindi
Mohyeddine) (AD 1692-1701) of the Utheemy Dynastry still stands today as a historical place of interest on the island. This was the king who re-established the Islamic penal code. '''Mulhadhoo''' (Dhivehi (Dhivehi language): މުޅަދޫ) is one of the inhabited islands of Haa Alif Atoll and geographically part of the ''Ihavandhippolhu'' Atoll in the Maldives. Half a century ago Mulhadhoo along with the neighbouring uninhabited island of Gaamathikulhudhoo were famous for their nesting
is the Dhaka Bus Terminal. Geography Thakurgaon is in the northeast corner of Bangladesh, it is about 467 km from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. It is surrounded by Dinajpur district on its south, Panchagarh district to the east and India on its west and north sides, it is a part of the Himalayan (Himalayas) plain land. Habiganj is the historical place where the Mukti Bahini started their first guerrilla movement against aggressor Pakistani Army. It is also the place full of memory of Syed Nasir Uddin(R), an associate of Hazrath Shah Jalal (R) the great saint of Bengal. Historically, Habibganj was a bazaar or ganj beside the river Khowai established by Syed Habib Ullah, the son of Syed Hadaiet Ullah. With the passage of time, Habibganj turned into Habiganj. During the British Raj, Habiganj was established as a Thana (police precinct) in 1790, under Dhaka district (1779–1793). Until 1896, Habiganj's administrative center was in Court Andar, Laskarpur. On 12 September 1874 it came under Sylhet district (part of Assam). Habiganj was declared as subdivision in 1867. On 7 April 1893, according to the Notification no. 273 of Assam Provincial Government, Habiganj Thana (Administrative unit) was established. Habiganj was rejoined with East-Bengal (now Bangladesh) in 1911. Then the Office of the Circle Officer (Development) was established in 1960. Finally on 1 March 1984 Habiganj was established as a District. http: www.dchabiganj.gov.bd District%20Profile.htm Geography thumb The Welcome Square of Moulvi Bazar District besides Dhaka (File:Maulvi bazaar.jpg)- Sylhet highway Moulvi Bazar is in Sylhet, a district to the North-East of Bangladesh. It is 2,707 km² in area, and has a population of 1.38 million. It is situated between 24.10 degree 24.35 degree north latitude and between 90.35 degree and 91.20-degree east longitude. It is surrounded by Sylhet District in the north, Habiganj District in the west and Indian States of Assam and Tripura in the east and south respectively.
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. Regular flights from Peshawar and Islamabad are run by the PIA (Pakistan International Airlines). Well-known sites Shangla is also a historical place in South Asia: home to several Buddhist hermits, as well as a small but thriving Hindu community in the Chakesar region. It is said that the region known as Ghorband in the north west of Shangla was visited by Alexander the Great's Army in 326 B.C. where it fought a battle with the locals at the mount Pir Sar. Later on in the 15th century
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