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D213 road

D213 is a state road in Slavonia region of Croatia connecting Dalj and nearby Erdut border crossing to Serbia to D2 state road east of Osijek. The road is 26.7 km long. The road, as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintained by H ...

D417 road

D417 branches off to the north from D2 at the eastern end of Osijek bypass towards Port of Osijek and to the eastern parts of the city of Osijek and to Nemetin. The road is 2.3 km long. The road, as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed an ...

D418 road

D418 branches off to the south from D2 east of the eastern end of Osijek bypass towards Osijek Airport. The road is 2.5 km long. The road, as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintained by Hrvatske ceste, state owned company.

D515 road

D515 is a state road in Slavonia region of Croatia connecting Nasice and Dakovo, i.e. the D2 and D7 state roads. The road is 31.4 km long. The road, as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintained by Hrvatske ceste, state owned com ...

D517 road

D517 is a state road in Slavonia and Baranja regions of Croatia connecting Beli Manastir to the D34 state road and the cities of Belisce and Valpovo. The road is 27.4 km long. The road, as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintain ...

Koushik Ghosh

Koushik Ghosh is an Indian cricketer. He made his first-class debut on 18 January 2014, for Bengal in the 2013–14 Ranji Trophy.

John Warren (Indian cricketer)

John Warren was an Indian cricketer who played for Bengal. He was a right-handed batsman. Warren made a single first-class appearance for the team in the season 1935-36, the Central provinces and Berar. Batting as an opener, he scored 3 points in ...

24 Parganas

24 Parganas district is a former district of the Indian state of West Bengal. The district was split into two districts - North 24 Parganas district and South 24 Parganas district, with effect from 1 March 1980.

Assam Bengal Railway

The Assam Bengal Railway was one of the pioneering railway companies in British India. Headquartered in Chittagong, it functioned from 1892 to 1942.

Bangarh

Bangarh is the historical place situated in Gangarampur, West Bengal, India. Bangarh was the ancient city which was the administrative centre of Kotivarsha Vishaya, itself part of the wider administrative unit of Pundravardhana Bhukti, which had ...

Bengal Tenancy Act (1885)

The Bengal Tenancy Act 1885 was an enactment of the Bengal government that defined the rights of zamindars and their tenants in response to a widespread peasant revolt.

History of Bihar

The history of Bihar is one of the most varied in India. Bihar consists of three distinct regions, each has its own distinct history and culture. They are Magadh, Mithila and Bhojpur.Chirand, on the northern bank of the Ganga River, in Saran dist ...

Garh Panchkot

Garh Panchkot is a ruined fort located in the eastern part of India at the foothills of Panchet Hill in the district of Purulia, West Bengal. The ruins of the Panchkot Palace are a silent testimony to the Bargi attack during the 18th century.

History of Jharkhand

Humans have lived since the Stone Age in the area now occupied by the Indian state of Jharkhand. Copper tools from the Chalcolithic period have been discovered. This area entered the Iron Age during the mid-2nd millennium BCE. According to writer ...

History of Odisha

The name Odisha refers to the current state in India. In different eras the region and parts of the region were known by different names. The boundaries of the region also have varied over the ages. Human history in Orissa begins in the era of th ...

History of West Bengal

The history of West Bengal began in 1947, when the Hindu-dominated western part of British Bengal Province became the Indian state of West Bengal. When India gained independence in 1947, Bengal was divided along religious lines. The Western part ...

Mridha

A mridha is a commander of armed men under the employ of a zamindar, used as security guards, against uncooperative tenants, and against the forces of other zamindars in land disputes.

Narayanapala (Kamboja)

Narayanapala is also the name of the second Kamboja ruler of Bengal. He was elder son of Rajyapala Kamboj, the founder of the Kamboja Dynasty of Bengal and succeeded him to the throne after his death.

Naya Pala (Kamboja)

Naya Pala is also the name of the third Kamboja ruler of Bengal last quarter of tenth century AD. He was younger son of Rajyapala Kamboj, the founder of the Kamboja Dynasty of Bengal and succeeded to the throne after death of Narayan Pala of Kamb ...

Saraswati River (Bengal)

Saraswati River refers to a river, that was a distributary of the Bhagirathi and is now no more there but was active till around the 16th century AD. The course and condition of the Saraswati has played an important role in the development and de ...

Tekari

Tekari is a city and a municipality in Gaya district in the Indian state of Bihar and was the centre of erstwhile Tekari Raj. Shri Gopalsharan was the Zamindar of this area in British times. The fort is still in existence here. It is a place of t ...

Varendra Research Society

Varendra Research Society was established in Rajshahi in 1910 for the promotion of studies and research into the History of Bengal in general, and in particular of the Varendra area

Zamindar of Natore

Zamindars of Natore were influential aristocratic Bengali Zamindars, who owned large estates in what is today Natore District in Bangladesh. They have contributed to the development of East Bengal and later Bangladesh through charity and philanth ...

Srimanta Dutta Chaudhury

Srimanta was born in an affluent kayastha zamindar Dutta Chaudhury family of Andul of Bharadwaja clan. He was the second son of Harish Chandra Dutta Chaudhury, elder being Ram Prasad. Srimantas grand father, Kashiwar Dutta Chaudhury re-establishe ...

Topla, Nadia

Topla is a village under the Karimpur II Community Development Block and Narayanpur II gram panchayat at Tehatta subdivision, in Nadia district, in the state of West Bengal. Thanapara police station serves the area.

Christ the King Cathedral, Sintang

The Christ the King Cathedral also called Sintang Cathedral is the seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop located in the city of Sintang in the regency of the same name in the province of West Kalimantan to the west of the island of Borneo in the Asia ...

Holy Family Cathedral, Banjarmasin

The Holy Family Cathedral is a religious building of the Catholic Church in Banjarmasin in the province of South Kalimantan, Indonesia. It was designed by architect Roestenhurg in a neo-Gothic style. The Cathedral was consecrated on June 28, 1931 ...

Colobopsis schmitzi

Colobopsis schmitzi, synonym Camponotus schmitzi, is a species of ant native to Borneo, which is commonly known as the diving ant, swimming ant or pitcher-plant ant, due to their habit of diving into the digestive fluids of their plant host Nepen ...

Hydrablabes

The following two species are recognized as being valid. Hydrablabes praefrontalis Mocquard, 1890. Hydrablabes periops Gunther, 1872. Nota bene: a binomial authority in parentheses indicates that the species was described in a genus other than Hy ...

Leptobrachium ingeri

Leptobrachium ingeri is a species of frog in the family Megophryidae from Borneo. It was recently distinguished as a separate species from within the Leptobrachium nigrops species complex.

Leptobrachium kanowitense

Leptobrachium kanowitense is a species of frog in the family Megophryidae from Borneo. It was recently distinguished as a separate species from within the Leptobrachium nigrops species complex.

Neoperla darlingi

Neoperla darlingi is a species of insect in the family Perlidae. It is endemic to Borneo and is only known from an adult male specimen collected at Gunung Palung National Park. It has a yellow brown colour and a uniformly pale brown head, its win ...

Pseudobagarius meridionalis

Pseudobagarius meridionalis is a species of catfish belonging to the family Akysidae. It is only known from the Barito River basin in southern Borneo. This is a very small catfish, up to 32 mm standard length, body dark brown above, with a few sc ...

Absolmsia

Absolmsia is a genus of flowering plants of the family Apocynaceae of two species, native to Southwest of China and Borneo. The genus commemorates Hermann zu Solms-Laubach.

Alocasia cuprea

Alocasia cuprea is a species of plant in the genus Alocasia native to Borneo. This species derives its name, cuprea, from the unusual coppery appearance of the leaves, which are up to 24 inches long. This color is especially pronounced on juvenil ...

Baharuia

Baharuia is a plant genus in the family Apocynaceae, first described as a genus in 1995. It contains only one known species, Baharuia gracilis, native to Borneo and northern Sumatra.

Dipterocarpus borneensis

Dipterocarpus borneensis is a species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae endemic to Borneo. This is the only Dipterocarpus species that occurs in heath forests.

Dipterocarpus caudiferus

Dipterocarpus caudiferus is a species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae endemic to Borneo. This very large tree occurs in mixed dipterocarp forests on hillsides and undulating land.

Dipterocarpus verrucosus

Dipterocarpus verrucosus is a species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae, endemic to Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia. It is locally common on ridges in mixed dipterocarp forest. The keruing timber is exploited, in particular in Brunei and peninsu ...

Eurycoma longifolia

Eurycoma longifolia is a flowering plant in the family Simaroubaceae. It is native to Indochina and to the islands of Borneo and Sumatra. The plant is a medium-sized slender shrub that can reach 10 m in height, and is often unbranched. The root o ...

Faradaya splendida

Faradaya splendida is an evergreen vine in the family Lamiaceae which produces white, fragrant flowers and white, egg-shaped fruit. It naturally is occurs in the tropical rain forests of tropical Asia and Australia and is often sighted along rain ...

Moultonianthus

Moultonianthus is a monotypic plant genus in the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 1916. The only known species is Moultonianthus leembruggianus, native to Borneo and Sumatra.

Pseuduvaria calliura

Pseuduvaria calliura is a species of plant in the family Annonaceae. It is endemic to Borneo. Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw, the English botanist who first formally described the species, named it after the long, beautiful tails, or tips, of its leaves.

Syzygium leucoxylon

Syzygium leucoxylon is a species of plant in the family Myrtaceae, that grows in the tropical peat swamp forest of Sarawak and Kalimantan. The species was described in 1848 by botanist Pieter Willem Korthals from specimens found growing on the mo ...

Zingiber kelabitianum

Zingiber kelabitianum is a species of plant in the family Zingiberaceae, with no subspecies listed in the Catalogue of Life. It was discovered in northern Borneo and described in 1998.

Demographics of Sabah

The 2015 Malaysian Census reported the population of Sabah at 3.543.500, being the third most populous state in Malaysia and have the highest non-citizens population at 870.400. However, as Malaysia is one of the least densely populated countries ...

List of Chief Ministers of Sabah

The Chief Minister of Sabah is the head of government for the Malaysian state of Sabah. From 12 May 2018, the post is held by Shafie Apdal from the Pakatan Harapan-Warisan coalition. As in other parts of the Malaysian federation, the Westminster ...

List of Chief Ministers of Sarawak

The Chief Minister of Sarawak is the head of government in the Malaysian state of Sarawak. The Federal Constitution, 8th Schedule) and State Constitution) provides that the Yang ii-Pertuan Negeri may, in his discretion, appoint any member of the ...

Culture of Sarawak

Sarawak exhibits notable diversity in ethnicity, culture, and language. The Sarawakian culture has been influenced by Bruneian Malays of the coastal areas. Substantial cultural influences also came from the Chinese and British cultures. Interraci ...

Demographics of Sarawak

Sarawak s population is very diverse, comprising many races and ethnic groups. Sarawak has more than 40 sub-ethnic groups, each with its own distinct language, culture and lifestyle. This makes Sarawak demography very distinct and unique compared ...