Synonyms for fultala or Related words with fultala

bahadurpur              shekhpura              jafarpur              govindpur              madhabpur              hakimpur              lakshmipur              gurudaspur              sonapur              bhaluka              laxmipur              gokulpur              shankarpur              paharpur              kalikapur              budhana              bhagwanpur              gadarpur              manpur              puraini              sonbarsa              sreenagar              maheshpur              bhawanipur              kalinagar              pipariya              gobindpur              hasanpur              patuli              dataganj              dewanganj              radhanagar              rajpur              madanpur              gouripur              mahagaon              begampur              belpukur              bhimpur              shyamnagar              mangalpur              sankarpur              sahebganj              daulatpur              bajitpur              lalpur              srirampur              chandur              chakia              bishanpur             

Examples of "fultala"
SS Chenab - SS Fazilka - SS Fultala - SS Ganges (1906) - SS Indus (1904) - SS Mutlah - SS Newnham - SS Sangola - SS Santhia - SS Sutlej - SS Vadala - SS Virawa - SS Wardha
SS "Fultala" was a 4,155-ton steamship built for the British-India Steam Navigation Company in 1890 by William Doxford & Sons of Sunderland.
Baruipur CD Block has an area of 226.16 km. Baruipur police station serves this CD Block. Baruipur panchayat samity has 19 gram panchayats. The block has 133 inhabited villages. Headquarters of this block is at Piyali Town, Fultala.
Huq was born on February 2, 1939, in Jabgraam in Burdwan district of West Bengal. Later his parents moved to Fultala, near the city of Khulna, Bangladesh. He Completed his Post-graduation from Rajshahi University in 1960. He served as a faculty in the Department of Philosophy of the Rajshahi University.
For its large area, Guptipara is divided into three administrative parts i.e. there are three gram panchayats in Guptipara. Guptipara -I covers the area like Guptipara Station Road, Satgachia, Bandhagachi, Pathmahal, Mirdanga, Tengripara, Saradanagar villages. Guptipara -II covers the largest area with Manasatala, Pathakpukur, Beldanga, Kumorpara, Chutorpara, Baburdanga, Aryanagar, Rathsadak, Jamtala, Behula, Ghoshpara, Sondolpur, Rampur, Aida, Baire and many small villages. Guptipara -III covers Fultala, Char-Krishnabati, Benali, Shaktipur etc. Villages.
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Azizul Haque (also Azizul Hacque, Khan Bahadur Qazi Azizul Huq, Quazi Syed Azizul Haque 1872–1935) was a police officer of British India who worked with Edward Henry to develop the Henry Classification System of fingerprints. Haque, reportedly, provided the mathematical basis for the system. Haque was born in 1872 in the village of Paigramkasba, Fultala Phultala, in the Khulna division of Bengal, now Bangladesh. His parents reportedly died in a boat accident when he was young. According to family history, Haque left his family home at age 12, as a result of "altercation" with his older brother, and went to Kolkata, where he befriended a family who became "impressed" with his mathematical skills and arranged for him to get a formal education. According to Beavan, Henry recruited Haque as a police sub-inspector to work on the fingerprint project at the recommendation of the Principal of Calcutta Presidency College, where Haque studied math and science, and thus Haque began his career in Bengal Police Service. Once professionally established, Haque visited his brother from whom he was estranged as a run-away boy, and as the family story goes, the brother was over joyed and promptly arranged Haque to marry his cousin (which was an accepted custom among Muslims in the Indian subcontinent). Haque subsequently opted to join the Bihar Police Service when Bihar was separated from the Bengal Presidency. Upon retirement from service, he settled in Motihari in Bihar province of India, where he died and was buried there. He had eight surviving children. His wife, and the children and their families migrated to East Pakistan and West Pakistan during the independence of Pakistan in 1947, and presently their descendants are settled in Bangladesh, Pakistan, United Kingdom, Australia and North America.