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The Cox News Bangla Newspaper from Coxsbazar

The Cox News

Parbatta News

Parbatta News

Chittagong Daily Newspaper

Chittagong Daily

Bangladesh Board Exam Results

Education Board Results

Teknaf News Newspaper

Teknaf News

Coxsbazar Voice Newspaper

Coxsbazar Voice

Chakaria Coxsbazar Newspaper

Chakaria News

Chittagong24 Bangla Newspaper

News Chittagong24

CTG Times Bangla Newspaper

CTG Times

Purbodesh Bangla Newspaper

Purbodesh

Amar Sangbad Noakhali

Amar Sangbad Noakhali

Chandpur Web all Bangla Newspapers

Chandpur Web

Coxsbazar News Newspaper

Coxsbazar News

Ramu News Chittagong all Bangla Newspapers

Ramu News Chittagong

Noakhali Web all Bangla Newspapers

Noakhali Web

CTG News all Bangla Newspapers

CTG News

Bir Ctg Mancha Bangla Newspapers

Bir Chattagram Mancha

Dainandin Coxsbazar Bangla Newspaper

Dainandin Coxsbazar

Chandpur Kantho Bangla Newspaper

Chandpur Kantho

Azadi allBanglaNewspapers

Azadi Chittagong

Purbokone Chittagong

Purbokone Chittagong

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Suprovat Bangladesh

Chittagong Newspapers:
Daily Azadi, Daily Purbokon, Daily Life, Daily Karnafuli, Weekly Chattala, Monthly Sanshodhani, Purobi, Mukulika, Simanto, Weekly Jyoti, Weekly Sultan, Daily Jyoti, Daily Rashtrobarta, Daily East Pakistan and Daily Azan.

About Chittagong:
Chittagong district was established in 1666 including three hill districts. The district of Chittagong Hill Tracts was established in 1860 with the hill region of the district. Later, Chittagong district was further divided into Chittagong and Cox’s Bazar districts. The district consists of one city corporation, seven municipalities, six thanas, 20 upazilas, 197 union parishads and 1,319 villages.

Chittagong had been a sea port since the ancient time. The Arab traders had business transactions with this port since 9th century AD. Chittagong region was under the kingdom of Arakan during sixth and seventh centuries. Before the Muslim rule Chittagong had been either under the control of the Arakans or under the kings of Burma. Sultan Fakruddin Mubarak Shah of Sonargaon conquered Chittagong in 1340. After the defeat of Sultan Giasuddin Mahmud Shah in the hands of Sher Shah in1538, the Arakanise again captured Chittagong. From this time onward until its conquest by the Mughals this region was under the control of the Portuguese and the Magh pirates. The Mughal Commandar Bujurg Umed Khan expelled the Portuguese from the area in 1666 and established Mughal rule there. The Mughals renamed Chittagong as Islamabad.

Chittagong District is located in Chittagong Division. Districts in Chittagong Division are Bandarban, Brahmanbaria, Chandpur, Chittagong, Comilla, Cox’s Bazar, Feni, Khagrachhari, Lakshmipur, Noakhali, Rangamati.

Big Cities in CTG:
Anwara, Banshkhali, Boalkhali, Chandanaish, Fatikchhari, Hathazari, Lohagara, Mirsharai, Patiya, Rangunia, Raozan, Sandwip, Satkania, Sitakunda. The Thanas are
Pahartali, Panchlaish, Chittagong Kotwali, Chandgaon, Bandar, Double Mooring, Halishohor, Karnafuly, Bakoliya, Baizid, Patenga, Khulshi, Bondor, Akbor Sha, EPZ, Chaowkbazar and jorargonj.

Places to visit in Chittagong:
Bronze statues (8th and 9th centuries, in Anwara upazila), Fakira Mosque (Hathazari), Musa Khan Mosque (1658), Kura Katni Mosque (1806), Kala Mosque (16th century), Chhuti Khan Mosque (Mirsharai), Kadam Mobarak Mosque (1719), Andar Killah Mosque, Wali Khan Mosque (1790), Badar Awlia Dargah, Bakshi Hamid Mosque of Banshkhali (1568), Chittagong Court Building (1893), Collegiate School, Ethnological Museum (1974) are among the most popular places to visit in chittagong.

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