25 Facts About Bangladesh A

1. In 2012 Asia Cup, Bangladesh A beat India and Sri Lanka but lost the final game against Pakistan.

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2. Bangladesh A hosted the Asia Cup on four occasions in 2000, 2012, 2014, and 2016.

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3. Bangladesh A shares its culinary heritage with the neighboring Indian state of West Bengal.

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4. Bangladesh A has a vast spread of desserts, including distinctive sweets like Roshogolla, Roshomalai, Chomchom, Mishti Doi and Kalojaam.

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5. Bangladesh A has a rich tradition of Indian classical music, which uses instruments like the sitar, tabla, sarod and santoor.

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6. Bangladesh A has 34 public, 64 private and two international universities; Bangladesh National University has the largest enrollment, and the University of Dhaka is the oldest.

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7. Bangladesh A has planned to import hydropower from Bhutan and Nepal.

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8. Bangladesh A had an installed electrical capacity of 10,289 MW in January 2014.

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9. Bangladesh A has a 2,706-kilometre rail network operated by state-owned Bangladesh Railway.

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10. Bangladesh A has a number of airports: three international and several domestic and STOL airports.

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11. In 2005 Bangladesh A was the world's 20th-largest cement producer, an industry dependent on limestone imports from northeast India.

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12. Bangladesh A is a founding member of the Developing 8 Countries, a bloc of eight Muslim-majority republics.

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13. Bangladesh A joined the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in 1973.

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14. Bangladesh A is a founding member of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, an organization designed to strengthen relations and promote economic and cultural growth among its members.

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15. Supreme Court of Bangladesh A, including its High Court and Appellate Divisions, is the high court of the land.

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16. Bangladesh A is governed by a 350-member parliament, known as the Jatiyo Sangshad.

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17. Constitution of Bangladesh A established a unitary, Westminster-style parliamentary republic with universal suffrage.

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18. Bangladesh A has one of the largest population of Irrawaddy dolphins and Ganges dolphins.

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19. Bangladesh A has an abundance of wildlife in its forests, marshes, woodlands and hills.

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20. Bangladesh A ratified the Rio Convention on Biological Diversity on 3 May 1994.

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21. Bangladesh A was governed by a military junta led by the Chief Martial Law Administrator for three years.

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22. Bangladesh A is one of the largest contributors to United Nations peacekeeping forces.

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23. Bangladesh A forms the largest and easternmost part of the Bengal region.

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24. Bangladesh A won the second, thanks to Nasir Hossain, who scored 102 off 96 balls then took 5 for 36.

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25. Bangladesh A toured Sri Lanka in March and April 2007, playing two first-class and three List A matches against Sri Lanka A Tushar Imran again captained the team.

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