Pabna


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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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The delegation, which included representatives of the administration of Pabna and Ishwardi, visited the existing Novovoronezh plant and the site of units that are under construction, as well as the plant's information centre in the city of Voronezh.
Police and witnesses said 52-year-old Luke Sarker suffered minor injuries on Monday as three-men attacked him with knives after entering his house, in the Iswardi subdistrict of northwestern Pabna, on the pretext of wanting to learn more about Christianity.
The pair from Pabna, Bangladesh, are just two of an estimated 2,000 boat people from Myanmar and Bangladesh -- including many ethnic Rohingya -- who have swum ashore, been rescued or intercepted off Malaysia and Indonesia in recent days.
A survey of medicinal plant usage by folk medicinal practitioners in seven villages of Ishwardi Upazilla, Pabna district, Bangladesh.
Somoy TV station reported that one man was killed in the capital Dhaka and another in the northwestern district of Pabna on Saturday when the magnitude-7.
The city centre's much-loved Turmeric Gold, in Spon Street, failed to clinch the title of Restaurant Of The Year at the fourth annual accolades - beaten to the title by Pabna, in Leek, Staffordshire.
Five finalists are competing for the title of West Midlands Restaurant of the Year: Pushkar Cocktail Bar and Dining in Broad Street; Bengal Delight in Hagley Road; Punjabi Rasoi in Acocks Green; Turmeric Gold in Coventry; and Pabna in Leek, Staffordshire.
Bangladeshi cattle are zebu type, and they are identified by their local name or the place where they predominantly found, such as Pabna, red Chittagong (RC), Munshiganj, Madaripur, and north Bengal grey.
Born in Pabna ( now Bangladesh) on April 6, 1931, the actress was known as Rama Dasgupta before her marriage to Dibanath Sen in 1947.
Minorities like the Hindus, Buddhists and Christians have been attacked in Pabna, Barisal, Satkhira, Bogra, Sirajganj and Chittagong and their property and places of worship destroyed by the cadres of the BNP and the Jamt.
The middle chars includes the 5 Districts of Bogra, Jamalpur, Tangail, Sirajganj, Sherpur and Pabna in the Jamuna River drainage and the north bank of the Padma River.
The Sanyasi-Faquir rebellion in Bengal and Bihar, the Neel rebellion, Pabna rebellion and many other localised movements put up a strong resistance to British policies.