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() is an Upazila of Dinajpur District in the Division of Rangpur, Bangladesh.
has 4 unions/wards, 69 mauzas/mahallas, and 91 villages.
is located at . It has 13,769 households and total area 99.92 km².
Drained areas near Amudia and
near the national border have been used by Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh terrorists as a route to invade India.
At the time of partition in 1947, Hili Railway Station got located in Pakistan and is now in
Upazila of Bangladesh.
According to the 2001 Census, Mukandpur has a population of 3,785. Neighbouring villages include Jagatpur, Prozepur, Talwandi Phattu, Jhingran, Gunachaur, Shokar and Raipur Dabba,
Gram panchayats of Swarupnagar block/ panchayat samiti are: Balti Nityanandakati, Bithari
, Kaijuri, Swarupnagar Banglani, Charghat, Saguna, Bankra Gokulpur, Gobindapur, Sharapul Nirman and Tepur Mirzapur.
At the time of partition in 1947, Hili railway station (now on Chilahati-Parbatipur-Santahar-Darshana line} got located in Pakistan and is now in
Upazila of Bangladesh.
Sahanpur, Jalalabad, Sikandarpur basi, Guniyapur, Gajraula Paimar,mirampur bega, Himayoupur Iddu, Sabhachandpur Mohan urf Makhwara, Padarathpur, Issepur, Sikroda, Lalpur, Samipur, Chandanpura, Badiya, Rajpur Nawada, Raipur, Jogirampuri, kawariwala urf
is a village ("Pind" in Punjabi) 22 km from the city of Phagwara within the Doaba region of Punjab in India. This village is in the Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district (Formerly Nawanshahr District), close to the boundary of Jullunder district. The closest towns are Mukandpur, and Apra. The City of Banga, India is about 10 km from the village. The Jatt clan of Purewals and Sanger clan of Kumhar (sometimes written as "Ghumar") reside in this village. A large Gurudwara (Sikh Temple) is present as you enter
, with a Mandir (Hindu Temple) also present in the village.
Rehpa () is a village in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district of Punjab State, India. It is located away from branch post office
, from Nawanshahr, from district headquarter Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar and from state capital Chandigarh. The village is administrated by Sarpanch an elected representative of the village.
Rural area under Swarupnagar block consists of ten gram panchayats, viz. Balti Nityanandakati, Bithari
, Kaijuri, Swarupnagar Banglani, Charghat, Saguna, Bankra Gokulpur, Gobindapur, Sharapul Nirman and Tepur Mirzapur. There is no urban area under this block. Swarupnagar police station serves this block. Headquarters of this block is in Swarupnagar.Swarupnagar now city,Saheed Nurul Islam Mahavidyalaya under Swarupnagar Block.
Two canals, "Sharda Sahayak Nehar", provide irrigation in the tehsil. The major villages are Bhupatipur, Katsari, Higun Gaura, Trilokpur Nevada, Jagdishpur, Mujahana, Raibigo, humzapur pathan,Luxmanpur, Kotiya, Taukalpur banauta, Saray rani Tawakkalpur nagra, Vijethua Rajapur, Moradabad, Baramadpur, Karai, Bhelara, Kalwaribandh, Harpur, Sajampur,
, Kumhi, Jatauly, Bankegon, Jhagaria, Mudila, Lauhara Chandnaiya Kakana Amrethu dadia Bilwai,Surapur are the major village.
Hili has an India-Bangladesh border check point. As part of Hili is located in Bangladesh, the other side of the border is also known as Hili in
Upazila in Dinajpur diatrict of Bangladesh. Sizeable trade activity is carried on with trucks traveling across the border.
According to the 2011 Bangladesh census,
Upazila had 22,895 households and a population of 92,599, 30.7% of whom lived in urban areas. 9.3% of the population was under the age of 5. The literacy rate (age 7 and over) was 54.7%, compared to the national average of 51.8%.
Khan was born in
, 24 Parganas district of Bengal Presidency, British India (in present-day West Bengal) in 1868. He did not have a British education but studied at Calcutta Madrasah (now Aliah University). He entered the journalism profession at a very young age before becoming involved in politics.
Hili () is a railway station in
Upazila in Dinajpur District of Rangpur Division in Bangladesh. It is right on the Bangladesh-India border and has land border crossing arrangements. The other side of the border is also Hili - Hili, Dakshin Dinajpur.
Panchbibi () is an Upazila of Joypurhat District in the Division of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. It is bounded by
and Ghoraghat upazilas and West Bengal of India on the north, Joypurhat Sadar upazila on the south, Gobindaganj and Kalai upazilas on the east, Joypurhat Sadar upazila and West Bengal of India on the west.
During the east Pakistan War of 1971, the 4th FF Regiment, which at that time was commanded by then Col. Muhammad Mumtaz Malik, was placed in the forward area of the Hilli Municipality (under
Upozila, Dinajpur District), in what was then East Pakistan. The regiment came under continuous and heavy air, artillery and armour attacks from the Indian Army. Despite enemy superiority in both numbers and firepower, Akram and his men repulsed many attacks, inflicting heavy casualties on the enemy. Called the hero of Hilli, Major Muhammad Akram (N.H) was buried in the village of Boaldar, Thana/Upozila-
(Banglahilly), District-Dinajpur. There is a monument, Major Akram Shaheed Memorial, in the midst of Jhelum city. Anjum Sultan Shahbaz, the famous writer and historian, has referred to Akram in his books "Tareekh-e-Jhelum" and "Shohdai Jhelum".
Hili land port is situated at
Upazila in Dinajpur district and is the 2nd largest land port in Bangladesh. In 1985-86, the Hili customs station was established for export-import business between Bangladesh and India. Later in 1996, it was declared by the government a full-fledged customs station. In 2005, the government handed over the port for private management. On November, 2007 Panama Hili Port Link Limited took lease the port for 25 years.
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