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The Khulna Divisional Stadium was one of the five purpose-built cricket grounds established in the run-up to the 2004 Under-19 World Cup. It was finally granted one-day international status in January 2006, ahead of Sri Lanka's tour. Khulna, situated in the south-western corner of the country, is the third-largest industrial centre in Bangladesh. It serves as a gateway to the seaport of Mongla and the Sundarbans, the home of the Royal Bengal Tiger. Khulna is also famous for shrimp processing and newsprint.
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