BanglaCapsule | Bangladesh History on  Mar 22

1894
Surya Sen (alternatively Surjya Sen, pronounced Surjo Sen), a prominent Bengali freedom fighter, an Indian independence activist and the chief architect of anti-British freedom movement in Chittagong, Bengal (now in Bangladesh), was born.
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1922
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, founding father of Bangladesh and Awami League leader, was born in Faridpur.
Google | Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Timeline



1971
Every Dhaka based newspapers come out with flag of independent Bangladesh printed on the first page.
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1971
Sixth day of 'negotiations' takes place between Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Yahiya Khan. After talks, Yahiya Khan again postponed the session of the National Assembly.
Google | Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Timeline



1975
The Baitul Mukarram Society and the Islamic Academy were integrated into one organisation called the Islamic Foundation Bangladesh through an ordinance.
Google | Islamic Foundation Bangladesh Timeline



1996
Liberation War Museum, a holding for collection, preservation and display of the objects, artifects and all other materials related to the war of liberation, was inaugurated at 5 Segun Bagicha, Dhaka in a two-storied old-sty1e building.
Google | Liberation War Museum Bangladesh Timeline



2004
Vietnamese President Tran Duc Luong arrives in Dhaka on a three-day visit to boost bilateral trade and diplomatic ties.
Google | Bangladesh Vietnam Relations Timeline



2007
Avian Influenza virus (Bird Flu) of the H5N1 variety was detected in a poultry farm at Savar on the outskirts of Dhaka; later 5,600 chickens of three poultry farms were culled.
Google | Bird Flu Timeline



2007
At least 10 people were killed and around 200 were injured as the year's first violent storm swept through Lalmohon and Char Borhanuddin upazilas in Bhola district.
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