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Oğuz (city)

Oğuz is a city and municipality in, and the capital of, the Oghuz Rayon of Azerbaijan Republic. The city was known as Vartashen until 1991 and was renamed to Oğuz in 1991.

                                               

Agailjhara Upazila

Agailjhara is an Upazila of Barisal District in the Division of Barisal, Bangladesh, covering 155.47 km². It located in between 22°54 and 23°03 north latitudes and in between 90°03 and 90°13 east longitudes. It is bounded by gaurnadi upazila on t ...

                                               

Ahammadkati

Ahammadkati is a village and mouza in Gaurnadi Upazila in the Barisal District of southern-central Bangladesh.

                                               

Amtali Upazila

According to the 2011 Bangladesh census, Amtali Upazila had 63.212 households and a population of 270.802, 8.1% of whom lived in urban areas. 10.3% of the population was under the age of 5. The literacy rate age 7 and over was 89.8%, compared to ...

                                               

Babuganj Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Babuganj had a population of 135.905. Males constituted 50.58% of the population, and females 49.42%. The population aged 18 or over was 66.984. Babuganj had an average literacy rate of 47.4% 7+ years, com ...

                                               

Banaripara Upazila

During the Liberation War in 1971, the Pakistani army killed many innocent people of village Gava where all Ghosh Dastidar and Ghosh Ray used to live and they mostly left their ancestral land for good.

                                               

Barguna-1

Barguna-1 is a constituency represented in the Jatiya Sangsad of Bangladesh since 2008 by Dhirendra Debnath Shambhu of the Awami League.

                                               

Bhola Island

Bhola Island is the largest island of Bangladesh with an area of 1441 km². It is most of the land area of Bhola District in Barisal Division.

                                               

Bhola Sadar Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Bhola Sadar had a population of 351.674. Males constitute 51.94% of the population, and females 48.06%. The population aged 18 or over was 160.353. Bhola Sadar had an average literacy rate of 25.8% 7+ year ...

                                               

Bhola-2

The constituency was created in 1984 from a Bakerganj constituency when the former Bakerganj District was split into four districts: Bhola, Bakerganj, Jhalokati, and Pirojpur.

                                               

Bihanga Island

Bihanga Island is located at Patharghata Upazila in Barguna District. It is an island of Baleshwari River. Although the island was discovered long ago, it was recently named Bihanga Island. The name Bihanga in Bengali language means Bird. To the ...

                                               

Char Fasson Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Charfasson had a population of 342038. Males constituted 51.49% of the population, and females 48.51%. The population aged 18 or over was 148319. Charfasson had an average literacy rate of 25.5% 7+ years, ...

                                               

Dal Char

Dal Char is an island located at the south of Bhola District in Bangladesh. It is also a union parishad under Char Fasson Upazila of Bhola District. Floating people: 5000. (Плавающие люди: 5000) Households: 1500. (Домохозяйств: 1500) Population: ...

                                               

Dashmina Upazila

Dashmina is located at 22.2833°N 90.5903°E  / 22.2833, 90.5903. It has 19.863 households and a total area of 351.74 km². For 6 enterprises Dashmina including Sadar in the centre, two of them are in the Northern part of Dashmina Sadar namely Bash ...

                                               

Daulatkhan Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Daulatkhan had a population of 153.458, of whom 69.112 were aged 18 or older. Males constituted 52.54% of the population, and females 47.46%. Daulatkhan had an average literacy rate of 24.5% 7+ years, agai ...

                                               

Deopara

Deopara is a village in Tangail District in the Dhaka Division of southern-central Bangladesh. Deopara hill blocked Union of Russian compatriots under Ghatail UPA-Zilla of Tangail district under Dhaka Division. Deopara is surrounded by the nearby ...

                                               

Gournadi Upazila

According to the 2001 Bangladesh census, Gournadi had a population of 180.219. Males constituted 51.03% of the population, and females 48.97%. Gournadi had an average literacy rate of 59.4% 7+ years.

                                               

Jhalokati District

Jhalokathi is a district in southern Bangladesh. It is located in the Barisal Division and covers an area of 758.06 km 2 It is bounded by Barisal district to the north and east, Barguna district and the Bishkhali river in the south, Lohagara Upaz ...

                                               

Kawkhali Upazila, Pirojpur

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Kawkhali had a population of 70.347, of whom 37.391 were aged 18 or older. Males constituted 50.46% of the population, and females 49.54%. Kawkhali had an average literacy rate of 50.4% 7+ years, compared ...

                                               

Manpura Upazila

According to the 2001 Bangladesh census, Manpura had a population of 67.304. Males constituted 51.63% of the population, and females 48.37%. The population aged 18 or over was 20.940. Manpura had an average literacy rate of 21.3% 7+ years, compar ...

                                               

Mathbaria Upazila

According to the 2011 Bangladesh census, the population of Mathbaria Upazila was 262.841. Males constituted 49.0% of the population, and females 51.0%. Mathbaria has an average literacy rate of 61.7% 7+ years, compared to the national average is ...

                                               

Mirzaganj Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Mirzaganj had a population of 110.763. Males constituted 50.06% of the population, and females 49.94%. The population aged 18 or over was 56.446. Average literacy rate is 42.1%, male 48.6%, female 35.6%.

                                               

Nalchity Upazila

On 7 March 1927, Nalchity was the site of the Ponabalia Massacre, where Bengali Muslims were killed by British Raj police. Decades ago, the royal Khan familyIsa Khans Descendants had shifted from B-baria to modern day Jhalokati. Abdul Ghani Khan ...

                                               

Nazirpur Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Nazirpur had a population of 166014. Males constituted 50.92% of the population, and females 49.08%. The population aged 18 or over was 86.581. Nazirpur had an average literacy rate of 43.4% 7+ years, comp ...

                                               

Nesarabad (Swarupkati) Upazila

Nesarabad) is an Upazila of Pirojpur District in the Division of Barisal, Bangladesh. Nesarabad is famous for Sarsina Darbar Sharif. At present, guava gardens, floating market and backwaters of Nesarabad are turning into famous tourist attractions.

                                               

Patuakhali Sadar Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Patuakhali Sadar had a population of 306.517. Males constituted 50.12% of the population, and females 49.88%. The population aged 18 or over was 152.588. Patuakhali Sadar had an average literacy rate of 42 ...

                                               

Rangabali Upazila

Rangabali is an Upazila of Patuakhali District in the Division of Barisal, Bangladesh. It is bordered by the Bay of Bengal to the south, and Char Kukri Mukri to the east, and by the Kalapara Upazila and Ramnabad Channel to the west, and Chalitabu ...

                                               

Taltali Upazila

Amtali is at 22.0876°N 90.1770°E  / 22.0876, 90.1770. It covers an area of 258.94 km 2 with the population of 88.004 people. Its literacy rate is 89%. It is by the Bay of Bengal.

                                               

Ali Kadam Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Ali Kadam had a population of 24.782. Males constituted 55.21% of the population, and females 44.79%. The population aged 18 or over was 13.312. Ali Kadam had an average literacy rate of 20.7% 7+ years, co ...

                                               

Anwara Upazila

As of the 1991 Bangladesh census, Anwara has a population of 2132468543525. Males constitute 50.99% of the population, and females 49.01%. This Upazilas eighteen up population is 107408. Anwara has an average literacy rate of 30.6% 7+ years, and ...

                                               

Ashuganj

Ashuganj or Ashugonj is a town in the Brahmanbaria District of Chittagong Division of Bangladesh in the Meghna River delta. Its altitude is 10 meters. The city is known for the port and Ashuganj power plant, which generates most of the power in t ...

                                               

Ashuganj Upazila

Ashuganj is an Upazila of Brahmanbaria District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. In the area of the Port of Ashuganj.

                                               

Bagaichhari Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Baghaichhari had a population of 57, 380. Males constituted 53.61% of the population, and females 46.39%. The population aged 18 or over was 29, 181. Bagaichhari had an average literacy rate of 35.7% 7+ ye ...

                                               

Baiara

Baiara is 7 kilometres 4.3 mi south-south-west of Nangalkot rail station and 7 kilometres 4.3 mi east of regional highway R141 at Natherpetua. The nearest villages are Noapara to the north, Hasanpur to the east, Duriara-Narayankot to the south-ea ...

                                               

Balakhal

Balakhal is a village in Chandpur District in the Chittagong Division of eastern Bangladesh. It is under Haziganj Upazila and Municipality. It stands on the bank of the Dakatia River.

                                               

Banshkhali Upazila

Banshkhali Upazila is located at 22.04851112°N 91.941616°E  / 22.04851112, 91.941616. It is bounded by Anwara and Sangu on the north, Chakaria on the south, Lohagara and Satkania on the east, Kutubdia and Bay of Bengal on the west. There is a ca ...

                                               

Barkal Upazila

Barkal is an upazila of Rangamati District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Tribal people call it as Borhol বড়হল.

                                               

Begumganj Upazila

As of the 2011 Bangladesh census, Begumganj has a population of 549.308. Males constitute 49.2% of the population, and females 50.8%. This Upazilas eighteen up population is 313911. Begumganj has an average literacy rate of 44.4% 7+ years, and th ...

                                               

Betagi Union

Betagi is a union of Rangunia Upazila, situated on the bank of Karnaphuli river, area 4378 acres, located in between 22°28 north latitudes and in between 91°5 east longitudes. Karnaphuli flows down the east and south side beside Betagi. In the ea ...

                                               

Bhujpur Union

There was a King Bhoj in the area in ancient time according to puthi poem written by Abdul Majid Pundit. Bhujpur is named after that King Bhoj. But there is no concrete evidence about this story.

                                               

Biddyakut Union

Biddyakut has a rich culture dating back to early history. The celebration of Pohela Boishakh is popular in the Biddyakut Union. Both Hindu and Muslim traditions influence the culture of Biddyakut/Nabinagar/Brahmanbaria. Celebration of Ekushey Fe ...

                                               

Bijoynagar Upazila

Bijoynagar has 10 unions/wards, 168 mouzas/mahallas, and 230 villages. Chandura,Harashpur,Champaknagor and Bodanti are its great unions. Previously it was a part of Tripura District. In 1618 C.E. during the reign ofMughal Emperor Nuruddin Mohamma ...

                                               

Boalkhali Municipality

Boalkhali Municipality is a self-governing organisation that governs the town of Boalkhali in Chittagong District which is a part of Chittagong Division,Bangladesh. It was formed by former East Union Gomdandi staff and one to six units of Western ...

                                               

Brahmanbaria Sadar Upazila

Brahmanbaria Sadar is an Upazila of Brahmanbaria District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Brahmanbaria Thana was converted into an upazila in 1984. Brahmanbaria Sadar is located at 23.9528°N 91.1167°E  / 23.9528, 91.1167.

                                               

Brahmanpara Upazila

According to the 1991 Bangladesh census, Brahmanpara It had a population of 161.906 living in 26.493 households. Males constituted 50.98% of the population and females 49.02%. The population of 18 and older was 72.500. Brahmanpara had an average ...

                                               

Burichang Upazila

Raghunath Tarkavachaspati, a Bramhin scholar in the subject of logic migrated from Dingshai village now in West Bengal in the 17th century to establish the village of Burichang on the land granted to him by Chatra Manikya the Maharaja of Tripura ...

                                               

Chandgaon Thana

Chandgaon is a thana of Chittagong City in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It comprises the Chandgoan Residential Area and the Kalurghat Industrial Area.

                                               

Chandina Upazila

Chandina is located at 23.4833°N 91.0083°E  / 23.4833, 91.0083. It has 46.856 households and a total area of 201.92 km². Chandina township is a class B municipality, which is located at the extreme north of the upazila by the Dhaka Chittagong Hi ...

                                               

Chandpur Sadar Upazila

Chandpur Sadar is an Upazila of the Chandpur District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is mainly reputed for its famous ilish fish, which are caught by the local fishermen from the nearby Meghna river.

                                               

Chandpur-1

Chandpur-1 is a constituency represented in the Jatiya Sangsad of Bangladesh since 2008 by Muhiuddin Khan Alamgir of the Awami League.

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