BanglaCapsule | Bangladesh History on  Oct 27

Fakir Lalon Shai, baul legend, died.
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Abbasuddin Ahmed (1901-1959), folk singer, was born in Balarampur in Tufanganj subdivision in Cooch Bihar district.
Google | Abbasuddin Ahmed Timeline

Bangladesh joined UNESCO with a national Office based in Dhaka.
Google | UNESCO Timeline

Annisul Huq, a Bangladeshi entrepreneur, TV show host and the mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation, was born in Noakhali District.
Google | Annisul Huq Timeline

General Ayub Khan ousts Iskandar Mirza, sends him into exile in London and takes over as President in addition to his position as Chief Martial Law Administrator.
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The eighth Jatiya Shangshad (National Parliament) was dissolved.
Google | Jatiya Shangshad Timeline

Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) was formed by former Bangladesh president Badruddoza Chowdhury and senior BNP leader Oli Ahmed.
Google | Liberal Democratic Party Timeline

Tropical Cyclone 'Rashmi' swept ashore in southern Bangladesh, killing 15 and injuring 200 more; thousands of homes were damaged or destroyed and at least 1,000 cattles were killed.
Google | Cyclones in Bangladesh Timeline

One Thousand Taka note was first issued as a currency of Bangladesh.
Google | Bangladeshi Taka Timeline