Dhaka nightclub

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Retired Armed Forces Officers nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Retired Armed Forces Officers
DOHS Bypass, Dhaka
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Melange - coffee & conversation nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Melange - coffee & conversation
Banani, Road # 13, Road-24, house-7, block-K,, Dhaka
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Bangladesh Bank Club nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Bangladesh Bank Club
R.K Mission Road, Dhaka-1203., Dhaka
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Fazlul Haque Hall Laundry nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Fazlul Haque Hall Laundry
Tejgaon Circle
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VAPEBLESS nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
VAPEBLESS
A.R Bhaban; B-6 ,Ayesha shopping complex (1st Floor), 77, Siddheswari Circular Road, Dhaka
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Foodbook nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Foodbook
32 Road No. 11, Dhaka
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Floor 6 Reloaded nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Floor 6 Reloaded
House 54, Caldwell Building, 6th Floor, Road No 11, Dhaka
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Club 11 nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Club 11
Geneitic Point, 11, 25 Road No. 11, Block H, ঢাকা
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Rangpur Riders’ Office nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Rangpur Riders’ Office
Road No 12, Dhaka
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Kiti Club nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Kiti Club
Keraniganj
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SkyLounge nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
SkyLounge
Tejgaon Circle, Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Level 2
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City Bank American Express Lounge nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
City Bank American Express Lounge
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport (DAC), Hazrat Shahjalal international airport, Dhaka
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Teachers’ Club nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Teachers’ Club
Savar
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Green Sky Lounge (Under nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Green Sky Lounge (Under
18th Floor, Rupayan Trade Center, 114 Kazi Nazrul Islam Ave, Dhaka
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Jalal’s Den nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Jalal’s Den
Malancha, 6 Eskatan Garden Road, Dhaka
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Kisholaya Shangha Modhubagh nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Kisholaya Shangha Modhubagh
Modhubagh Old Elephant Road, Dhaka
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Lounge Six nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
Lounge Six
Mirpur Road, Dhaka
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FBS Girls’ Common Room nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
FBS Girls’ Common Room
Dhaka University Campus, Dhaka
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peace factory nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
peace factory
Shanti Nagar Road, Dhaka
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H2O Lounge Satmasjid Road nightclub Dhaka Bangladesh
H2O Lounge Satmasjid Road
Dhaka
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Nightclubs in Dhaka

Dhaka nightclub: Retired Armed Forces Officers, Melange - coffee & conversation, Bangladesh Bank Club, Fazlul Haque Hall Laundry, VAPEBLESS, Foodbook, Floor 6 Reloaded, Club 11, Rangpur Riders’ Office, Kiti Club, SkyLounge, City Bank American Express Lounge, Teachers’ Club, Green Sky Lounge (Under, Jalal’s Den, Kisholaya Shangha Modhubagh, Lounge Six, FBS Girls’ Common Room, peace factory, H2O Lounge Satmasjid Road

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Bangladesh, officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh, is a country located on the fertile Bengal delta in South Asia. It is bordered by India to its west, north and east, by Burma to its south-east and by the Bay of Bengal to its south. It is separated from Nepal and Bhutan by the narrow Chicken's Neck. Bangladesh has the world's eighth-largest population with more than 160 million people, also making it one of the world's most densely populated countries. Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh and also one of the world's largest cities. Bangladesh is also known as "the land of rivers". Together with the neighboring Indian states of West Bengal and Tripura, it makes up the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal. The borders of modern Bangladesh took shape during the Partition of Bengal and British India in 1947, when the region became the eastern wing of the newly formed state of Pakistan. Following years of political exclusion, ethnic and linguistic discrimination, and economic neglect by the politically dominant western wing, a surge of popular agitation, nationalism and civil disobedience led in 1971 to the Bangladesh Liberation War, resulting in the separation of the region from Pakistan and the formation of an independent Bangladesh. After independence, the new state proclaimed a secular multiparty democracy. The country then endured decades of poverty, famine, political turmoil and numerous military coups. Since the restoration of democracy in 1991, the country has experienced relative calm and economic progress, though its main political parties remain polarized. Bangladesh is a parliamentary republic with an elected parliament called the Jatiyo Sangshad. The Bengalis form the country's predominant ethnic group, whereas the indigenous peoples in northern and southeastern districts form a significant and diverse ethnic minority. Bangladesh is also subject to annual monsoon floods and cyclones due to its unique location on the Bengal delta. Bangladesh is identified as a Next Eleven economy. According to the United Nations in 2010, the country is making major strides in human development, including significant progress in the areas of gender equity, universal primary education, the empowerment of women, reducing population growth, food production, health and renewable energy. The poverty rate has declined considerably since independence, and per-capita income has doubled from 1975 levels. Major cities such as Dhaka and Chittagong have been the driving forces behind much of the recent growth. However, the country continues to face a number of major political and social challenges, including endemic bureaucratic and political corruption, widespread poverty, political instability, overpopulation and vulnerability to global climate change. Bangladesh is a pioneer and founding member of SAARC. It is the world’s largest contributor to United Nations peacekeeping operations. It is a founding member of the Developing 8 Countries and BIMSTEC, and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the OIC, the NAM and the G-77.
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