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Newspapers :

Daily Ittefaq

Janakantha

Prothom Alo

Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh

The Independent

The Dailt Star

The New Nation

News from Bangladesh

Bangladesh Times

Bangladesh FM

Bangladesh Sport

Al Ihsan

Amader Shomoy

Amar Desh

Bangladesh Sun

Daily Naya Diganta

Desh Bangla

Dhaka

Independent

Janakantha

Jugantor

Manabzamin

Nation

New Age

News Today

Prothom Alo

Sangbad

Shamokal

The Bangladesh Today

The Daily Bhorer Kagoi

The Daily Ittefaq

The Daily Purbanchal

The Daily Sangram

The Daily Star

The New Nation

The Financial Express

Weekly Blitz







- People's republic of Bangladesh, country of Southern Asia, situated in the northeast part of the Indian subcontinent, limited on the West, to the North and in the East by India, to the southeast by Burma and to the South by the Bay of Bengal. The surface of the country is of 144 000 km2. The capital and most big city of the country is Dacca. Geographically, historically and culturally, Bangladesh corresponds to the vastest and the most populated part of Bengal, the rest being constituted by the nearby Indian State of Bengal - Occidental. Since the partition of India in 1947, until 1971 , the region of Bangladesh was a province of Pakistan, called Oriental Pakistan from 1955. On March 25, 1971, the leaders of Oriental Pakistan proclaimed the independence of the country under the name of Bangladesh (of the Bengalese "! Nation of Bengal! ")!; the independence was actual only on December 16, 1971, when the Pakistani troops of the region went to the joint forces of Bangladesh and India.