The story is set against the backdrop of a little-known saga in 1930s British Colonial India (now Bangladesh) where a group of schoolboys and young women, led by a schoolteacher Masterda Surya Sen (Manoj Bajpai), dared to take on the Empire. Chittagong is the story of a diffident 14-year-old boy, Jhunku (Delzad Hiwale). Swept up into this seemingly impossible mission, the reluctant teenager battles with self-doubts to achieve an improbable triumph.
Jhunku, now a 23-year-old youth, is being chased by the Bengal police. He hides himself in a bunker with his childhood friend Aparna (Apu/Opu). While hiding, he begins to reflect on his past hopes and dreams. The story goes to a flashback to narrate the events that happened 10 years ago.
Growing up in Chattogram (former Chittagong) city, he joined the family business at a very early age. He learned a lot from his family business which he later utilized to start his own SME visioned company ... graduation, I joined my family business to learn about entrepreneurship.
Junior power minister Nasrul Hamid made the declaration yesterday, at an inauguration ceremony for Bangladesh's largest solar rooftop, a $16 million, 16 MW array in Chittagong... The minister said plans to expand the Chittagong array to 40 MW next year would encourage other businesses to follow suit.
Dhaka, Sep 28 . Around 68 per cent of the people who were working in Bangladesh’s urban areas of Dhaka and Chittagong have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new World Bank report has revealed ... In Dhaka and Chittagong, about 80 per cent of wage earners and 94 per cent of business owners said their earnings were lower than usual.
Free trade zones splinter the world into jurisdictions engaged in a constant competition to attract multinational companies, locking nations into a global “place war” to offer businesses the most enticing incentives and the lowest labour costs ... In Bangladesh, the Chittagong free ...
... ports, Mongla and Chittagong, were closed and flights into Chittagong airport were stopped.Storms have battered areas of Bangladesh Bangladesh's low-lying coast is often hit by deadly cyclones, but the country has successfully reduced the number of casualties in recent years.
A number of arrests have been made in this connection at Dacca, Chittagong and Karachi... of May 22, 1969 simultaneously in Dacca and Chittagong ... He is reported to have established business centres in Dubai, Singapore, Bangkok, Karachi, Dacca and Chittagong.