Author: Fazle Alahi

The court granted two days remand to seven leaders of Islamic Chhatri Sangstha, a Jamaat-e-Islami affiliate organization, arrested on suspicion of ‘sabotage planning’ on the day of Independence Day from the Muslim block area of the Langudu upazila in Rangamati.Top of Form On Sunday, Senior Judicial Magistrate Javed Ahmed of Rangamati district, ordered after presenting those arrested in the court. The investigation officer in this case, Mahiul Islam (OC-Investigation) said that, the seven people were arrested in the court and appealed for seven-day remand. The court granted two days remand for seven activists. Earlier on Monday (March 26th), they were…

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Sajek Valley is an emerging tourist spot in Bangladesh situated among the hills of Kasalong range of mountains in Sajek union, Baghaichhari Upazila in Rangamati District.[1] The valley is 1800 feet above sea level.[2] Sajek valley is known as the Queen of Hills & Roof of Rangamati. Origin of name The name of Sajek Valley came from Sajek River that originates from Karnafuli river. Sajek river works as a border between Bangladesh and India.[3] Location Sajek is a union located in north of Chittagong Hill Tracts.it From Khagrachhari town, it is situated 67 km north-east from Khagrachhari town and 95 km North-West…

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Rangamati (Bengali: রাঙামাটি Chakma:?????) is a district in south-eastern Bangladesh. It is a part of the Chittagong Division[2] and the town of Rangamati serves as the headquarters of the district. Area-wise, Rangamati is the largest district of the country. History Rangamati was a contesting ground for the kings of Tripura and Arakan. This region came under the Mughal Empire after the Muslim invasion in 1566.[3] In 1737 Sher Mosta Khan, a tribal leader, took refuge with the Mughals. After this the Chakma settlement began along with various other settlements of varying ethnicity.[3] From 1760 to 1761, this land was leased…

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Kaptai Lake is the largest man made lake in Bangladesh.[1] It is located in the Kaptai Upazila under Rangamati District of Chittagong Division. The lake was created as a result of building the Kaptai Dam on the Karnaphuli River, as part of the Karnaphuli Hydro-electric project. The Kaptai Lake’s average depth is 100 feet (30 m) and maximum depth is 490 feet (150 m). History Construction of the reservoir for the hydro-electric plant began in 1956 by the Government of East Pakistan.[2] As a result, 54,000 acres (220 km2) of farmland in the Rangamati District went under water and created…

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