The Baraha-mihir or Khana-mihir mound at Berachampa. It was first excavated in 1956–57 revealing a continuous sequence of cultural remains from 11th century BC pre-Mouryan period to 12th century AD Pala period.
St Bartholomew's Cathedral, Barrackpore
Dutch Kuthi in Baranagar
Omega and Infinity Benchmark, office buildings in Salt Lake, Kolkata
Barrackpore Chiria More is the junction of Barrackpore Trunk Road and Surendranath Banerjee Road
Satellite view of city Baranagar
The Bengal Intelligent Park in Sector V.
Tala Bridge, Barrackpore Trunk Road ( BT Road) is a four-laned road in Kolkata, India. It connects Shyambazar 5-point Crossing with Barrackpore Chiria More.
Baranagar Road railway station
The Cognizant Technology Solutions office in Sector V.
Kolkata new proposed Metro Line 5 (Baranagar - Barrackpore)
Ferry ghat at Kuthi Ghat in Baranagar
Narula Institute of Technology
Kendriya Vidyalaya Barrackpore Army HQ
Indian Statistical Institute
Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School
B.N. Bose Subdivisional Hospital, B.T. Road
Pond Heron in Baranagar
Dakshineswar Kali Temple
Disha Eye Hospitals, Ghosh Para Road
Stork-billed Kingfisher in Baranagar
Durga idol at a pandel in Baranagar
White-throated kingfisher in Baranagar
Cityside view of the new Integrated Terminal of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport
Kolkata Suburban EMU Train
Kolkata Metro's largest station Noapara metro station at Noapara, Baranagar

Bhatpara is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Bhatpara

Barrackpore (also known as Barrackpur) is a city and a municipality of urban Kolkata of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Barrackpore

Kaugachhi is a census town in Barrackpore I CD Block in Barrackpore subdivision in North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Kaugachhi

Baranagar or Baranagore is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Baranagar

In 1817, Falta and Baranagar and in 1820, some portions of Nadia's Balanda and Anwarpur were encompassed to it.

- North 24 Parganas district
The Baraha-mihir or Khana-mihir mound at Berachampa. It was first excavated in 1956–57 revealing a continuous sequence of cultural remains from 11th century BC pre-Mouryan period to 12th century AD Pala period.

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Graph of a 
given by z = f(x, y) = −(x² + y²) + 4. The global maximum at (x, y, z) = (0, 0, 4) is indicated by a blue dot.
A system of linear inequalities defines a polytope as a feasible region. The simplex algorithm begins at a starting vertex and moves along the edges of the polytope until it reaches the vertex 
of the optimal solution.
Optimal control problem benchmark (Luus) with an integral objective, inequality, and differential constraint.
Nelder-Mead minimum search of Simionescu's function. Simplex vertices are ordered by their values, with 1 having the lowest ( best) value.
Polyhedron of simplex algorithm in 3D

In mathematical optimization, Dantzig's simplex algorithm (or simplex method) is a popular algorithm for linear programming.

- Simplex algorithm

Optimal control theory is a branch of mathematical optimization that deals with finding a control for a dynamical system over a period of time such that an objective function is optimized.

- Optimal control

In certain optimization problems the unknown optimal solution might not be a number or a vector, but rather a continuous quantity, for example a function or the shape of a body.

- Infinite-dimensional optimization

In mathematical optimization, Zadeh's rule (also known as the least-entered rule) is an algorithmic refinement of the simplex method for linear optimization.

- Zadeh's rule

(Programming in this context does not refer to computer programming, but comes from the use of program by the United States military to refer to proposed training and logistics schedules, which were the problems Dantzig studied at that time.) Dantzig published the Simplex algorithm in 1947, and John von Neumann developed the theory of duality in the same year.

- Mathematical optimization
Graph of a 
given by z = f(x, y) = −(x² + y²) + 4. The global maximum at (x, y, z) = (0, 0, 4) is indicated by a blue dot.
The Baraha-mihir or Khana-mihir mound at Berachampa. It was first excavated in 1956–57 revealing a continuous sequence of cultural remains from 11th century BC pre-Mouryan period to 12th century AD Pala period.
Dutch Kuthi in Baranagar
Omega and Infinity Benchmark, office buildings in Salt Lake, Kolkata
Satellite view of city Baranagar
The Bengal Intelligent Park in Sector V.
Baranagar Road railway station
The Cognizant Technology Solutions office in Sector V.
Ferry ghat at Kuthi Ghat in Baranagar
Narula Institute of Technology
Indian Statistical Institute
Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School
Pond Heron in Baranagar
Dakshineswar Kali Temple
Stork-billed Kingfisher in Baranagar
Durga idol at a pandel in Baranagar
White-throated kingfisher in Baranagar
Cityside view of the new Integrated Terminal of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport
Kolkata Suburban EMU Train
Kolkata Metro's largest station Noapara metro station at Noapara, Baranagar

Garulia is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Garulia

North Barrackpur is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- North Barrackpur

Baranagar or Baranagore is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Baranagar

Muragachha is a census town in Barrackpore II CD Block in Barrackpore subdivision in North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Muragachha

In 1817, Falta and Baranagar and in 1820, some portions of Nadia's Balanda and Anwarpur were encompassed to it.

- North 24 Parganas district
The Baraha-mihir or Khana-mihir mound at Berachampa. It was first excavated in 1956–57 revealing a continuous sequence of cultural remains from 11th century BC pre-Mouryan period to 12th century AD Pala period.
The Baraha-mihir or Khana-mihir mound at Berachampa. It was first excavated in 1956–57 revealing a continuous sequence of cultural remains from 11th century BC pre-Mouryan period to 12th century AD Pala period.
Dutch Kuthi in Baranagar
Omega and Infinity Benchmark, office buildings in Salt Lake, Kolkata
Satellite view of city Baranagar
Dum Dum Municipal Water Tank, Mall Road
The Bengal Intelligent Park in Sector V.
Baranagar Road railway station
Ordnance Factory Dum Dum
The Cognizant Technology Solutions office in Sector V.
Ferry ghat at Kuthi Ghat in Baranagar
The original painting "His Master's Voice" was made in 1899.
Narula Institute of Technology
Indian Statistical Institute
Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School
Pond Heron in Baranagar
Dakshineswar Kali Temple
Stork-billed Kingfisher in Baranagar
Durga idol at a pandel in Baranagar
White-throated kingfisher in Baranagar
Cityside view of the new Integrated Terminal of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport
Kolkata Suburban EMU Train
Kolkata Metro's largest station Noapara metro station at Noapara, Baranagar

Dum Dum is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Dum Dum

North Dum Dum (also known as Uttar Dumdum) is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- North Dum Dum

Bhatpara is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Bhatpara

Baranagar or Baranagore is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Baranagar

In 1817, Falta and Baranagar and in 1820, some portions of Nadia's Balanda and Anwarpur were encompassed to it.

- North 24 Parganas district

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Chinese Olympic football team in 1936
Far Eastern Championship Games logo in 1917
Supporters of the national team during an qualification match for the 2010 World Cup against Japan, at Pakhtakor Stadium, in Tashkent
Logo of the 2004 Asian Cup
King Vajiravudh, the founder of the Football Association of Thailand
Chinese players in a match against Saudi Arabia at the 1984 AFC Asian Cup
Japan playing Argentine club Racing de Córdoba at the 1981 President's Cup
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Logo of the 2004 Asian Cup
Siam association football squad's pioneers.
The Chinese national team in Tehran before a 2018 WCQ match with Iran
A match vs. Argentina at Toulouse in France in 1998.
Uzbekistan at the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.
Thailand football members at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics before their biggest defeat by the United Kingdom.
Chinese players after win against Thailand at 2019 AFC Asian Cup Round of 16
A match vs. Belgium at Saitama Stadium 2002 on 4 June 2002
Uzbekistan vs. Bahrain at Pakhtakor Central Stadium in 2009.
A welcome banner at Rajamangala Stadium, venue for the 2007 Group A AFC Asian Cup matches.
Japan against Brazil at Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany in the 2006 FIFA World Cup
Uzbekistani fans at the 2019 Asian Cup in UAE
Thailand team celebrated after winning the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup at Bukit Jalil, Malaysia.
Japan national team vs Paraguay in 2008
Milliy Stadium
Thailand in 2019 AFC Asian Cup
Japanese players before match with Iran at 2019 AFC Asian Cup
Pakhtakor Central Stadium
Vintage 1968 Summer Olympics shirt.
Boeing 777-289 Samurai Blue Jet
Server Djeparov is Uzbekistan's most capped player with 128 appearances.
Thailand national football team all-time opponents highlighted in green.
Yatagarasu
Maxim Shatskikh is Uzbekistan's top scorer with 34 goals.
Saitama Stadium 2002, where Japan usually plays in FIFA World Cup qualification.
Fans waving national flags in support of the Japanese national team
Hajime Moriyasu, current head coach of Japan
Yasuhito Endō is the Japan's most capped player with 152 appearances.
Kunishige Kamamoto is the Japan's top scorer with 75 goals.
Makoto Hasebe is the Japan's most long serving captain with 8 years period.

China won the EAFF East Asian Cup in 2005 and 2010, was runner-up at the AFC Asian Cup in 1984 and 2004 and made its sole FIFA World Cup appearance in 2002, losing all matches without scoring a goal.

- China national football team

Since the 1990s, when Japanese football became fully professionalized, Japan has emerged as one of the most successful teams in Asia; they have qualified for the last seven FIFA World Cups with advancements from the group stages in 2002, 2010, and 2018, (the most of any Asian team) and won the AFC Asian Cup a record four times, in 1992, 2000, 2004 and 2011.

- Japan national football team

The defending champions Japan defeated China in the final in Beijing.

- 2004 AFC Asian Cup

The team's performance at the final tournament was drawing first two matches with Qatar and eventual 3rd place China then losing 0–4 to Saudi Arabia.

- Thailand national football team

In the same year Uzbekistan won in the international tournament the Cup of Independence of Uzbekistan, and at the end of the year the national team won in the ending the national team of China with the score 4:2, became the winner of football tournament of the Asian Games of 1994 which took place in the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

- Uzbekistan national football team
Chinese Olympic football team in 1936
Clockwise from top left: Martyred Intellectuals Memorial; Bangladesh Forces howitzer; Lt. Gen. Amir Niazi signs the Pakistani Instrument of Surrender to Indian and Bangladeshi forces in the presence of Lt. Gen. Jagjit Singh; the.
Geopolitical map of Kashmir provided by the United States CIA, c. undefined 2004
Prevailing religions of the British Indian Empire (1901)
A map of the British Raj in 1909 showing Muslim majority areas in green, including modern-day Bangladesh in the east and Pakistan in the west.
A declassified US State Department letter that confirms the existence of hundreds of "infiltrators" in the Indian-administered part of the disputed Kashmir region. Dated during the events running up to the 1965 war.
British Indian Empire in The Imperial Gazetteer of India, 1909. British India is shaded pink, the princely states yellow.
Language movement memorial
Vanga Kingdom and erstwhile neighbours in ancient South Asia
Pakistani Sabre being shot down in combat by an Indian Gnat in September 1965 as seen from the Indian aircraft.
Indian medical orderlies attending to wounded soldiers with the Mesopotamian Expeditionary Force in Mesopotamia during World War I
Indus Priest King Statue from Mohenjo-Daro.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the leader of East Pakistan, and later Bangladesh
Captured Indian Folland Gnat on display at the PAF Museum Karachi.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (seated in the carriage, on the right, eyes downcast, with black flat-top hat) receives a big welcome in Karachi in 1916 after his return to India from South Africa
The location of Bengali and Pakistani military units during Operation Searchlight, March 1971
7th century buddhist monastery. Known as Somapura Mahavihara
Destroyed Sherman Tank
Muhammad Ali Jinnah, seated, third from the left, was a supporter of the Lucknow Pact, which, in 1916, ended the three-way rift between the Extremists, the Moderates and the League
Standing Buddha from Gandhara, Greco-Buddhist art, 1st–2nd century AD.
An iconic poster by Quamrul Hassan on General Yahya Khan, representing the Pakistani military junta as demons.
The Pala Empire was an imperial power during the Late Classical period on the Indian subcontinent, which originated in the region of Bengal.
Telegram from the Embassy of the United States in Karachi: "Continuing propaganda regarding achievements of Pak forces seems to have convinced most that only Pak forbearance saved the Indians from disaster."
Jawaharlal Nehru, Sarojini Naidu, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, and Maulana Azad at the 1940 Ramgarh session of the Congress in which Azad was elected president for the second time
Badshahi Mosque, Lahore
The eleven sectors during the Bangladesh Liberation War
The Sixty Dome Mosque is the largest mosque in the UNESCO protected Mosque City of Bagerhat.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other politicians visit Shauryanjali, a commemorative exhibition on the 1965 war, 17 September 2015
Chaudhari Khaliquzzaman (left) seconding the 1940 Lahore Resolution of the All-India Muslim League with Jinnah (right) presiding, and Liaquat Ali Khan centre
Clock Tower, Faisalabad, built by the British government in the 19th century
An advertisement for former Beatle George Harrison's "Bangla Desh" single, released in July 1971 to raise international awareness and funds for the millions of Bangladeshi refugees.
Choto Sona Mosque, built during the reign of Sultan Alauddin Hussain Shah
Pakistani Infantry advance with support from M4A1E6 tanks during the 1965 war
The Partition of India: green regions were all part of Pakistan by 1948, and orange ones part of India. The darker-shaded regions represent the Punjab and Bengal provinces partitioned by the Radcliffe Line. The grey areas represent some of the key princely states that were eventually integrated into India or Pakistan.
Queen Elizabeth II was the last monarch of independent Pakistan, before it became a republic in 1956.
Illustration showing military units and troop movements during the war
Kusumba Mosque
Pakistani soldiers inspecting a captured Indian AMX-13
Mountbatten with a countdown calendar to the Transfer of Power in the background
Signing of the Tashkent Declaration to end hostilities with India in 1965 in Tashkent, USSR, by President Ayub alongside Bhutto (centre) and Aziz Ahmed (left)
Indira Gandhi
Shipbuilding was a major industry in the Bengal Sultanate and later in Mughal Bengal
A map of the Punjab region c. 1947.
President George W. Bush meets with President Musharraf in Islamabad during his 2006 visit to Pakistan.
Allied Indian T-55 tanks on their way to Dacca
The Bibi Mariam Cannon (Lady Mary Cannon) was used by the Mughals to defend their bases.
A refugee special train at Ambala Station during the partition of India
The Friday Prayers at the Badshahi Mosque in Lahore
Pakistani Instrument of Surrender
Lalbagh Fort was the residence of the Mughal viceroy Shaista Khan.
A crowd of Muslims at the Old Fort (Purana Qila) in Delhi, which had been converted into a vast camp for Muslim refugees waiting to be transported to Pakistan. Manchester Guardian, 27 September 1947.
A satellite image showing the topography of Pakistan
Signing of Pakistani Instrument of Surrender by Pakistan's Lt.Gen. A. A. K. Niazi and Jagjit Singh Aurora on behalf of Indian and Bangladesh Forces in Dhaka on 16 Dec' 1971
Portuguese envoys (top left) at the imperial court of emperor Akbar. The Portuguese settlement in Chittagong flourished until the Mughals expelled the Portuguese in 1666.
Four nations (India, Pakistan, Dominion of Ceylon, and Union of Burma) that gained independence in 1947 and 1948
Köppen climate classification of Pakistan
Rayerbazar killing field photographed immediately after the war, showing dead bodies of intellectuals (image courtesy: Rashid Talukder, 1971)
Lord Clive meeting with Mir Jafar after the Battle of Plassey, which led to the overthrow of the last independent Nawab of Bengal
1909 Percentage of Hindus.
Parliament House
Memorial for freedom fighters
Founding conference of the All India Muslim League in Dhaka, 1906
1909 Percentage of Muslims.
Prime Minister's Office
French minister André Malraux vowed to fight alongside the Mukti Bahini in the Liberation War.
The Dominion of Pakistan in 1947, with East Bengal its eastern part
1909 Percentage of Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jains.
Supreme Court of Pakistan
Senator Ted Kennedy led US congressional support for Bangladeshi independence
Women students of Dhaka University marching in defiance of the Section 144 prohibition on assembly during the Bengali Language Movement in early 1953
President of Pakistan Ayub Khan with US President John F. Kennedy in 1961
The Nixon administration was widely criticised for its close ties with the military junta led by General Yahya Khan. American diplomats in East Pakistan expressed profound dissent in the Blood Telegram.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (left) and Munier Chowdhury (centre) visiting Matiul Islam (right), an East Bengali student at Harvard during the late 1950s
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan at the 2019 Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit
Museum of Independence, Dhaka
Pakistan Prime Minister Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy with Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai signing the Treaty of Friendship Between China and Pakistan. Pakistan is host to China's largest embassy.
Sheikh Mujib casting his ballot during a general election. He was given the popular title of Bangabandhu (Friend of Bengal) and is regarded as Bangladesh's founding leader.
The areas shown in green are the Pakistani-controlled areas.
Ziaur Rahman with members of the Dutch royal family in 1978
Hunza Valley in the Gilgit-Baltistan region is part of Pakistani-controlled Kashmir.
Muhammad Yunus (center) celebrating the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 with his family in Oslo, Norway
Pakistan Air Force's JF-17 Thunder flying in front of the 26660 ft Nanga Parbat
Rohingya refugees entering Bangladesh from Myanmar
Statue of a bull outside the Pakistan Stock Exchange, Islamabad, Pakistan
Physical map of Bangladesh
Surface mining in Sindh. Pakistan has been termed the 'Saudi Arabia of Coal' by Forbes.
A Bengal tiger, the national animal, in the Sundarbans
Television assembly factory in Lahore. Pakistan's industrial sector accounts for about 20.3% of the GDP, and is dominated by small and medium-sized enterprises.
Bangabhaban, the official residence of the President of Bangladesh, was built in 1905 during the British Raj for use by the Viceroy of India and the Governor of Bengal.
Rising skyline of Karachi with several under construction skyscrapers.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during bilateral talks with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Prime Minister's Office in Dhaka
Lake Saiful Muluk, located at the northern end of the Kaghan Valley, near the town of Naran in the Saiful Muluk National Park.
The National Parliament of Bangladesh
Badshahi Mosque was commissioned by the Mughals in 1671. It is listed as a World Heritage Site.
The Supreme Court of Bangladesh
Tarbela Dam, the largest earth filled dam in the world, was constructed in 1968.
Map of Bangladesh UN Peacekeeping Force deployments
Pakistan produced 1,135 megawatts of renewable energy for the month of October 2016. Pakistan expects to produce 3,000 megawatts of renewable energy by the beginning of 2019.
First South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) meeting in 1985 in Dhaka (l-r, top row: the presidents of Pakistan and the Maldives, the king of Bhutan, the president of Bangladesh, the prime minister of India, the king of Nepal and the president of Sri Lanka)
The motorway passes through the Salt Range mountains
U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry meeting Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at her residence in Dhaka in April 2021
Karachi Cantonment railway station
The Rapid Action Battalion has been sanctioned by the United States for human rights abuses
Port of Karachi is one of South Asia's largest and busiest deep-water seaports, handling about 60% of the nation's cargo (25 million tons per annum)
Historical development of GDP per capita
Orange Line Metro Train, Lahore
Construction of Padma Bridge, the longest bridge on the Ganges, by China Major Bridge Engineering Co. Ltd. The bridge was designed by AECOM.
Track of Islamabad-Rawalpindi Metrobus with adjoining station
Hotels and office blocks in an upmarket neighborhood of Dhaka
Nagan Chowrangi Flyover, Karachi
Paddy fields dominate the country's farmland. Bangladesh is a top global producer of rice (3rd), potatoes (7th), tropical fruits (6th), jute (2nd), and farmed fish (5th).
Central Library of University of Sargodha
A Boeing 777 of the national flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines
Literacy rate in Pakistan 1951–2018
Coal and natural-gas fields in Bangladesh, 2011
Malala Yousafzai at the Women of the World festival in 2014.
In 2018, the first payload of SpaceX's Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket was the Bangabandhu-1 satellite built by Thales Alenia Space
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The Charyapada scrolls are the oldest surviving text of the Bengali language. The photograph was taken at the Rajshahi College Library
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Chakma alphabets are indigenous to the Chittagong Hill Tracts
Pakistan hosts the second largest refugee population globally after Turkey. An Afghan refugee girl near Tarbela Dam
Eid prayers for Muslims at Barashalghar, Debidwar, Comilla
Kalma Underpass, Lahore
Bangladeshis celebrating Pahela Baishakh as a mark of the beginning of Bengali new year
Faisal Mosque, built in 1986 by Turkish architect Vedat Dalokay on behalf of King Faisal bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia
Literacy rates in Bangladesh districts
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Faculty of Sciences at the University of Dhaka; The Curzon Hall
Havana at Shri Hinglaj Mata temple shakti peetha, the largest Hindu pilgrimage centre in Pakistan. The annual Hinglaj Yathra is attended by more than 250,000 people.
A Bangladeshi nurse in Kutupalong Refugee Camp
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Historical development of life expectancy in Bangladesh
Sacred Heart Cathedral, Lahore
A preserved cloth of historic Bengali fine muslin, which is now extinct
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Syed Mujtaba Ali
Truck art is a distinctive feature of Pakistani culture.
Muslim feminist Begum Rokeya and her husband in 1898
People in traditional clothing in Neelum District
The 18th century terracotta Hindu Kantanagar Temple in Dinajpur
Muhammad Iqbal, Pakistan's national poet who conceived the idea of Pakistan
A Baul from Lalon Shah's shrine in Kushtia
The Tomb of Shah Rukn-e-Alam is part of Pakistan's Sufi heritage.
Embroidery on Nakshi kantha (embroidered quilt), centuries-old Bengali art tradition
Minar-e-Pakistan is a national monument marking Pakistan's independence movement.
Traditional Bangladeshi Meal: Mustard seed Ilish Curry, Dhakai Biryani and Pitha
Located on the bank of Arabian Sea in Karachi, Port Grand is one of the largest food streets of Asia.
A Nouka Baich boat race
Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore is the 3rd largest cricket stadium in Pakistan with a seating capacity of 27,000 spectators.
Bangladesh team on practice session at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium
President George W. Bush meets with President Musharraf in Islamabad during his 2006 visit to Pakistan.
Anwar Hossain playing Siraj-ud-Daulah, the last independent Nawab of Bengal, in the 1967 film Nawab Sirajuddaulah
Minar-e-Pakistan is a national monument marking Pakistan's independence movement.
Beds of zamindars kept at the Bangladesh National Museum

The Bangladesh Liberation War (মুক্তিযুদ্ধ, ), also known as the Bangladesh War of Independence, or simply the Liberation War in Bangladesh, was a revolution and armed conflict sparked by the rise of the Bengali nationalist and self-determination movement in erstwhile East Pakistan which resulted in the independence of Bangladesh.

- Bangladesh Liberation War

The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 or the Second Kashmir War was a culmination of skirmishes that took place between April 1965 and September 1965 between Pakistan and India.

- Indo-Pakistani War of 1965

The Dominion of India is today the Republic of India, and the Dominion of Pakistan is the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the People's Republic of Bangladesh.

- Partition of India

Bangladesh forms the sovereign part of the historic and ethnolinguistic region of Bengal, which was divided during the Partition of India in 1947.

- Bangladesh

Spurred by the Pakistan Movement, which sought a homeland for the Muslims of British India, and election victories in 1946 by the All-India Muslim League, Pakistan gained independence in 1947 after the Partition of the British Indian Empire, which awarded separate statehood to its Muslim-majority regions and was accompanied by an unparalleled mass migration and loss of life.

- Pakistan
Clockwise from top left: Martyred Intellectuals Memorial; Bangladesh Forces howitzer; Lt. Gen. Amir Niazi signs the Pakistani Instrument of Surrender to Indian and Bangladeshi forces in the presence of Lt. Gen. Jagjit Singh; the.
The England team before a match against Scotland at Richmond in 1893
Estadio Monumental, frequent venue of Argentina
The official emblem
Ke Nako. (Tswana and Sotho for "It's time") Celebrate Africa's Humanity It's time. Celebrate Africa's Humanity (English)
Dis tyd. Vier Afrika se mensdom (Afrikaans) Isikhathi. Gubha Ubuntu Base-Afrika (Zulu) Lixesha. Ukubhiyozela Ubuntu baseAfrika (Xhosa) Inguva. Kupemberera hupenyu hweAfrica (Shona) Ke nako. Keteka Batho ba Afrika (Southern Sotho)
1998 FIFA World Cup official logo
Elizabeth II presenting England captain Bobby Moore with the Jules Rimet trophy following England's 4–2 victory over West Germany in the 1966 World Cup final
The AFA emblem that was added to playing kits in 1976
Supporters watching the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, with vuvuzelas.
France, the current world champions.
The England team at the 2006 FIFA World Cup
Lionel Messi is Argentina's most capped player and all-time top scorer.
FIFA president Jules Rimet convinced the confederations to promote an international football tournament
The England line-up before the last match of group G against Belgium, 28 June 2018
Action from the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final between Argentina and Germany
The Brazilian and North Korean teams before their group stage match
Estadio Centenario, the location of the first World Cup final in 1930 in Montevideo, Uruguay
Footix, the official mascot of the tournament
England shirt for the 1966 World Cup final
The opening game of the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, shortly before the 1950 FIFA World Cup. From the National Archives of Brazil
Coca-Cola was one of the sponsors of FIFA World Cup 1998.
Wembley Stadium during a friendly match between England and Germany
A Spain shirt from 2014, autographed by members of the 2010 World Cup-winning squad, on display in Madrid
Interior view of the Soccer City in Johannesburg, South Africa, during a match at the 2010 FIFA World Cup
JVC was the official partner for VHS cassettes.
Goalkeeper Peter Shilton is England's most capped player with 125 appearances.
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The BC Place in Vancouver hosting a 2015 Women's World Cup match
Wayne Rooney is England's top scorer with 53 goals.
A FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour aeroplane, sponsored by Coca-Cola. (2010)
Queen Elizabeth II presenting the Jules Rimet trophy to 1966 World Cup winning England captain Bobby Moore
2018 FIFA World Cup semi-final: Croatia vs England.
Police patrol Blikkiesdorp, a settlement for the evicted.
The current trophy (held by France forward Ousmane Dembélé in 2018) has been presented since 1974
Line-ups of the 2018 FIFA World Cup semi-final: England (white) vs Croatia.
Production set of the FIFA international broadcast centre during the event
Map of FIFA World Cup final hosts, 1930–2022. Green: once; dark green: twice; light green: planned
The England team (red) that won the 1966 World Cup final against West Germany
Russian delegates celebrate being chosen as the host of the 2018 FIFA World Cup
A Coca-Cola bottle promoting the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan
Manufactured by Adidas since the 1970 World Cup, official match balls displayed at FIFA headquarters in Zürich
South Koreans watching their nation on the big screens in Seoul Plaza during the 2002 World Cup when they became the first Asian country to reach the semi-finals
Pelé is the only three-time World Cup winner
Miroslav Klose scored a record 16 goals across four World Cups

The 2010 FIFA World Cup was the 19th FIFA World Cup, the world championship for men's national association football teams.

- 2010 FIFA World Cup

The 1998 FIFA World Cup was the 16th FIFA World Cup, the world championship for men's national football teams.

- 1998 FIFA World Cup

England competes in the three major international tournaments contested by European nations: the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA European Championship, and the UEFA Nations League.

- England national football team

The other World Cup winners are Germany and Italy, with four titles each; Argentina, France, and inaugural winner Uruguay, with two titles each; and England and Spain, with one title each.

- FIFA World Cup

Argentina is known for having rivalries with Brazil, Uruguay, England, Nigeria and Germany.

- Argentina national football team
The England team before a match against Scotland at Richmond in 1893
Naihati railway station
The Baraha-mihir or Khana-mihir mound at Berachampa. It was first excavated in 1956–57 revealing a continuous sequence of cultural remains from 11th century BC pre-Mouryan period to 12th century AD Pala period.
BSNL Telephone Exchange, Panihati
Jubilee Bridge
Omega and Infinity Benchmark, office buildings in Salt Lake, Kolkata
Bengal Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals at Panihati
A dramatic moment from Totakahini.
The Bengal Intelligent Park in Sector V.
Panihati Works of Texmaco
Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
The Cognizant Technology Solutions office in Sector V.
Narula Institute of Technology
Baranagore Ramakrishna Mission Ashrama High School
Dakshineswar Kali Temple
Durga idol at a pandel in Baranagar
Cityside view of the new Integrated Terminal of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport
Kolkata Suburban EMU Train
Kolkata Metro's largest station Noapara metro station at Noapara, Baranagar

Panihati is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Panihati

Muragachha is a census town in Barrackpore II CD Block in Barrackpore subdivision in North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Muragachha

North Dum Dum (also known as Uttar Dumdum) is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- North Dum Dum

Naihati is a city and a municipality of North 24 Parganas district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

- Naihati

Barrackpore Subdivision consists of 16 municipalities (Kanchrapara, Halisahar, Naihati, Bhatpara, Garulia, Barrackpore, North Barrackpur, New Barrackpur, Titagarh, Khardaha, Panihati, Kamarhati, Baranagar, Dum Dum, North Dumdum and South Dumdum) and 2 community development blocks: Barrackpore I and Barrackpore II.

- North 24 Parganas district