Jessore

Jessore

(jĕsōr`), city (1991 pop. 154,000), SW Bangladesh, on the Bhairab River. Modern Jessore, a market town for rice and sugar, also has rice and oilseed mills and celluloid and plastics industries. Four affiliate colleges of Rajshahi Univ. are in the city.
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Entrepreneurs in Baldia Cricket Bat Cluster, Swarupkathi of Pirojpur, Narandrapur Cricket Bat Cluster of Jessore, Kotchandpur Cricket Bat Cluster of Jhenaidah and Rupsha and Fultola Cricket Bat Cluster of Khulna will get easy SME loan from BRAC Bank.
Founded in 2010, Regent operates two Boeing 737-700s, one DHC-6-400 and two Dash 8-300s on flights to Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Jessore, and Sylhet locally as well as to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Kolkata, Kuala Lumpur Int'l, and Singapore Changi regionally.
Furious locals immediately blocked the rail lines and the key Jessore Road where later on police had to resort to a lathicharge to disperse the crowds.
But Mustafizur Rahman, government administrator of Jessore district, which is home to 2.
Three children died on the scene of the accident, while four others succumbed to their injuries at a local hospital in Jessore district, some 150 kilometers southwest of Dhaka, police officer Motiur Rahman said.
According to Indian railway officials, the new Maitree Express (Friendship Express) is being proposed to start from Kolkata and connect the town of Khulna and Jessore in Bangladesh running through the Petrapole-Benapole border on the Indian side.
Police and witnesses said a police constable died of a heart attack in western Jessore as activists attacked policemen who were using rubber bullets and tear gas canisters to disperse crowds as violence erupted at different areas in the country.
Bangladesh-based human rights group, Rights Jessore, said Pretty Adhikary, 18, was tracked down by local authorities following report of her missing published in the GDN.
Her focus is the land reclamation policy in the districts of 24 Parganas Khulna, Jessore, and Bakarganj, framed always by the conflict between humans and tigers in what returns to dense jungle when the region escapes attention.
The four districts chosen were Rajshahi, Jessore, Tangail, and Dinajpur, located respectively, in the northern, southern, central, and northern part of the country.
Police became so alarmed for the safety of mum and child they moved them from the town of Keshobpur in Bangladesh and put them under 24-hour guard at a hospital in nearby Jessore City.
Approximately 68% of exportable shrimp are processed in the farms of Bagerhat, Khulna, Satkhira and Jessore.