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Country   Bangladesh
Administrative District   Sylhet District
Government
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  Bador Uddin Ahmed Kamran
     
Area [1] -city - City 57.64 km² (22.3 sq mi)
  -Urban - Urban 31.14 km² (12 sq mi)
  -Metro - Metro 26.50 km² (10.2 sq mi)
Population (2007)   - City 369,425
    - Density 5,488/km² (14,213.9/sq mi)
    - Urban 53,114
    - Metro 26.50 km² (10.2 sq mi)
    - Urban Density 951/km² (2,463.1/sq mi)
    - Metro 339,368
    - Metro Density 11,936/km² (30,914.1/sq mi)
    Time zone BST (UTC+6)
   

Sylhet Division Habiganj Maulvibazar Sunamganj SylhetSylhet (Srihatta) division is the Northeastern division (bibhag) of Bangladesh, named after its main city, Sylhet. It is bounded by Meghalaya State of India on the north, Tripura State on the south, Assam State of India on the east and Dhaka and Chittagong divisions on the west.
In 1995, Sylhet was declared the 6th division of the country. Prior to that it was part of the Chittagong division.
The Sylhet division is subdivided into 4 districts (zila): Habiganj, Maulvibazar, Sunamganj and Sylhet. Further, the Sylhet division contains 35 sub-districts (upazila/thana), 323 unions, 10185 villages and 14 municipalities.
Population: approximately 8 million.
Religion: Muslim 81.16%, Hindu 17.80%, Christian 0.06%, Buddhist 0.02% and others 0.96%.

Sylhet (Srihatta) division is the Northeastern division (bibhag) of Bangladesh, named after its main city, Sylhet. It is bounded by Meghalaya State of India on the north, Tripura State on the south, Assam State of India on the east and Dhaka and Chittagong divisions on the west.
Contents
1 Geography and Climate
2 Civic Administration
3 Notable personalities
4 External links Geography and Climate
Sylhet division is located in north-eastern Bangladesh.Mejor rivers include Surma, Kushiyara, Manu etc.
Civic Administration
In 1995, Sylhet was declared the 6th division of the country. Prior to that it was part of the Chittagong division.
The Sylhet division is subdivided into 4 districts (zila): Habiganj, Maulvibazar, Sunamganj and Sylhet. Further, the Sylhet division contains 35 sub-districts (upazila/thana), 323 unions, 10185 villages and 14 municipalities.
Population: approximately 8 million.
Religion: Muslim 81.16%, Hindu 17.80%, Christian 0.06%, Buddhist 0.02% and others 0.96%.
Notable personalities
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M A G Osmani - Supreme commander of Mukti Bahini
Syed Mujtaba Ali - Author, academician, scholar and linguist
Abdus Samad Azad-Ex Foreign Minister of Bangladesh
Humayun Rashid Choudhury-Ex speaker of of Bangladesh National Parliament (1996-2001)
M. Saifur Rahman- Former Finance Minister of Bangladesh
Hason Raja-Mystic Poet
Shah Abdul Karim-Musician & Mystic poet
Ragib Ali-Businessman
Salman Shah-Actor
Govinda Chandra Dev-philanthropist
Shuvro Dev-Musician
Suranjit Sengupta-Politician
Rani Hamid-Sportsperson
Kaiser Hamid- Sportsperson
Tapash Baisya- Sportsperson
Enamul Haque Jr- Sportsperson
Alok Kapali- Sportsperson
Kobi Dilwar- Poet

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