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Akhaura Railway Station
|• Municipal Mayor||Takjil Khalifa Kajal|
|• Upazila Chairman||Muslem Uddin|
|• Total||99.28 km2 (38.33 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,100/km2 (2,900/sq mi)|
|Time zone||BST (UTC+6)|
Akhaura (Bengali: আখাউড়া) is an Upazila of Brahmanbaria District, a district under Chittagong, in Bangladesh. Akhaura Upazila has an area of 99.28 km2. The main river that run through this upozilla is the Titas River. Akhaura played an important historical role during both World War II and Liberation War of Bangladesh.
According to the 2011 District Statistics Report for Brahmanbaria, Akhaura has a population of 145,215. Males constitute approximately 70,000 of the population, and females 75,000. The majority of the population (95.2%) are Muslim with a minority (5.8%) following Hinduism. This upazila has a literacy rate of 52.7%. 
In year 2013-14, Bangladesh exported TK 2.26 billion through the Akhaura Land Port to India.
There are several schools and colleges in Akhaura. As in 2016, there is no university in Akhaura Upazilla. According to Banglapedia, Bangladesh Railway Government High School, founded in 1920, is a notable secondary school.