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Khulna with nearly 2 million people and one of the country’s industrial city stands on the Rupsa River.
Khulna
It is a divisional headquarter in southwestern Bangladesh. An important river port and produce collection and trade center, it is connected by river steamer, road, and rail to the major cities of the southern Gangetic delta. Shipyards are located 3 miles (5 km) south, on the Kazibacha River. Forest products from the Sundarbans supply Khulna’s industries, which include jute, oilseed, cotton-textile, paper, and board mills and match and newsprint factories.

Khulna is one of our four metropolitan cities and has a university, a Medical college, an engineering university (KUET), a Cantonment, a Naval Base (BNS Titumir) , the country’s only Telephone Cable and Newsprint industry. Bangladesh’s largest ship building industry is also there.

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