Bogra, (Bangladesh) is a major city located in the Bogra district, Rajshahi Division, Bangladesh. It is a major commercial hub. It is also known as the capital of North Bengal in Bangladesh. Bogra is considered the oldest city of Bengal, dating to the reign of the Great Emperor Ashoka, who ruled India from 268 to 232 BCE.
Jalpaiguri (West Bengal) Once the most important town and the home to the tea industry, it is presently the second-largest city of the region and the headquarters of the Jalpaiguri division of West Bengal. The city is home to the Circuit Bench of the Kolkata High Court and features the newly built-up Jalpaiguri Medical College. Lying, about 35 kilometres (22 mi) from one another, Siliguri and Jalpaiguri both merge up to be the largest metropolis of the region.
Kalimpong (West Bengal) is a hill station of the region. It is the 21st district of West Bengal.
Kurseong (West Bengal) is another hill station of the region.
Malbazar (West Bengal) is one of the most important towns of North Bengal and is known for its scenic beauty and tea gardens around.
Maynaguri (West Bengal) is also one of the most important towns in North Bengal, which is situated at the junction of several cities and connects Jalpaiguri, Malbazar, Dhupguri, Mathabhanga, Changrabandha, etc. with one other. It is also one of the most important business locations and is known as the 'Gateway to the Dooars'.
Tufanganj (West Bengal) is a city and municipality of Cooch Behar district and one of the most commercial cities in this region. A mental hospital is situated in this town and it is also known as the "Gateway of Assam".