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Pabna

(pŭb`nä), city (1991 pop. 103,277), W Bangladesh, on the Ichamati River. It is noted for handloom products and hosiery; it has important jute mills. The Hindu temple of Jor Bangla and a college affiliated with Rajshahi Univ. are located in Pabna.
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Ishwardi Basherbada High School Chairman Bashir Ahmed Bakul presided over the function that was addressed by, among others, Golam Faruk Khandakar Prince, MP, Pabna Deputy Commissioner (DC) Zasim Uddin, Ishwardi Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Nasrin Akter and Additional Superintendent of Police Jahurul Haque.
Contractor address : Sree Dulal Karmokar charmohar, Puraton Bazar, Charmohar, Pabna
He informed the House that the government has also a plan to construct four more prisons including Jessore, Rangpur, Rajshahi and Pabna in the country during the next fiscal year.
I flew my first mission as a co-pilot on a MI-8 to Pabna in the northwest of Dhaka.
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Participants were recruited from two rural health clinics operated by the Dhaka Community Hospital Trust (DCH) in the Sirajdikhan and Pabna Sadar upazilas of Bangladesh.
The population of Bangladesh is more than 164 million but there is only one government-run Pabna Mental Hospital in the country which can accommodate 500 patients.
Effect of feeding legume forage with straw supplementation on milk production at Pabna milk shed area.
Prevalence of surgical affections of cattle in aarong dairy area of pabna.
To meet up the huge demand of electricity government of Bangladesh plans to set up the 2000 MW Nuclear Power Plant at Rooppur, Pabna district 200 km (120 miles) northwest of the capital Dhaka, by 2018.
Police said unidentified assailants attacked Nitya Ranjan Pandey, 60, while he was walking in the northwestern district of Pabna early on Friday morning.