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The Thega River (Thega Khāl, Kawrpui Lui or Kawrpui River) is a river lying mostly between eastern Bangladesh and Mizoram, India. The Thega River flows basically northwards and exits into the Karnaphuli River at .
- "NF 46-6, Chittagong, Pakistan; India; Burma" topographic map, Series U502, U.S. Army Map Service, March 1960
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