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Chauddagram Upazila (চৌদ্দগ্রাম উপজেলা)

Chauddagram Upazila (চৌদ্দগ্রাম উপজেলা)

Chauddagram Upazila Chauddagram Upazila is an Upazila of Comilla District in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh. It is located at 23.2167° North 91.3167° East. It is bounded by Comilla sadar on the north, Feni sadar and Daganbhuiyan on the south, Tripura on the east, Nangalkot and Laksham on the west. History tells us that Agartala king Birendra Bikrom Kishore Manikko Bahadur was very fond of this [...]
Comilla Adarsa Sadar (কুমিল্লা আদর্শ সদর)

Comilla Adarsa Sadar (কুমিল্লা আদর্শ সদর)

Comilla Adarsa Sadar Comilla Adarsa Sadar is an Upazila of Comilla District in the Chittagong Division, Bangladesh. It is located at 23.4583° North 91.1833° East. It is bounded by Burichang and Tripura on the north, Laksham and Chauddagram on the south, Tripura on the east, and Barura on the west. In 1983, this area got recognized as Sadar upazila for government administrative purpose. Later on, [...]
Muradnagar Upazila (মুরাদনগর উপজেলা)

Muradnagar Upazila (মুরাদনগর উপজেলা)

Muradnagar Upazila Muradnagar Upazila is under Comilla District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is located at 23.6385° North 90.9325° East. It is bounded by Nabinagar on the north, Chandina and Debidwar on the south, Debidwar, Brahmanpara and Kasba on the east and Daudkandi, Homna and Bancharampur on the west. Muradnagar Upazila is 34.42 km away from Comilla Sadar besides Gumti river. [...]
Burichong Upazila (বুড়িচং)

Burichong Upazila (বুড়িচং)

Burichong Upazila Burichong Upazila is an Upazila of Comilla District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is located at 23.5500° North 91.1264° East. It is bounded by Brahmanpara on the north, Adarsa Sadar on the sound, Tripura of India on the east, Debidwar and Chandina on the west. Burichong Upazila is named after Burichong village. The ancient name of Burichong village was Bijoynagar. Total [...]
Debidwar Upazila

Debidwar Upazila

Debidwar Upazila Debidwar Upazila is an Upazila of Comilla District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is located at 23.6000° North 90.9917° East. It is bounded by Muradnagar on the north, Chandina on the south, Burichang and Brahmanpara on the east, and Muradnagar on the west. Area: 238.36 sq. km Population (approx.): 38,000 Population Density: 1588 per sq. km Total Unions: 15 (Barashalghar, [...]
Meghna Upazila (মেঘনা উপজেলা)

Meghna Upazila (মেঘনা উপজেলা)

Meghna Upazila Meghna Upazila is a new Upazila of Comilla District in the Chittagong Division, Bangladesh. It is bounded by Araihazar upazila on the north, Gojaria and Daudkandi on the south, Homna and Titas on the east, and Sonargaon on the west. Previously, it was part of Daukandi and Homna. Since country’s largest rive Megna is situated here, Bangladesh Government named Meghna Upazila after [...]
Chandina Upazila (চান্দিনা উপজেলা)

Chandina Upazila (চান্দিনা উপজেলা)

Chandina Upazila Chandina Upazila is an Upazila belongs to Comilla District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is located at 23.4833° North 91.0083° East. It is bounded by Daudkandi, Muradnagar and Debidwar on the north, Barura and Kachua on the south, Burichang and Barura on the east, Daudkandi and Kachua on the west. In British period, today’s Chandina and Barua were under Chandina [...]
Laksam Upazila (লাকসাম উপজেলা)

Laksam Upazila (লাকসাম উপজেলা)

Laksam Upazila Laksam Upazila is an Upazila of Comilla District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is located at 23°14.8′ North 91°7.7′ East. It is bounded by Comilla Sadar and Barura on the north, Chatkhil, Begumganj and Senbagh on the south, Nangalkot and Chauddagram on the east, Barura and Shahrasti on the west. There are several opinion regarding naming of Laksam. Historians [...]
Titas Upazila (তিতাস উপজেলা)

Titas Upazila (তিতাস উপজেলা)

Titas Upazila Titas Upazila is a newly formed Upazila of Comilla District in the Division of Chittagong, Bangladesh. It is bounded by Homna on the north, Daudkandi on the south, Muradnagar on the east, and Meghna on the west. Titas was part of Daudkandi and was separated with 9 unions on 22th February, 2004. Titas was named after Titas river. Area: 107.19 sq. km Population (around): 170,000 Population [...]
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