BanglaCapsule | Bangladesh History on  Okt 21

1900 Lila Nag (1900-1970), political activist, social reformer, journalist, philanthropist, first female student at the University of Dhaka, pioneer in the history of women's education and women's movement in East Bengal, was born in Goal Para under Assam.
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1921 Mohammad Mohammadullah (1921–1999), 4th President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, was born at village Saicha under Raipur upazila in the District of Lakshmipur.
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1974 In its first appearance before the UN security council, Bangladesh urged the immediate expulsion of South Africa from United Nations for racial discrimination and `apartheid`.
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1987 A lenghthy general strike in Bangladesh, a 48-hour campaign led by the Workers-Employees United Council, ended.
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1992 The Bangladesh Open University or BOU, a national university with its headquarters in Board Bazar, Gazipur District, was established when the Parliament of Bangladesh passed and gazetted the Bangladesh Open University Act, 1992 (BOU Act 1992).
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2003 Sierra Leone President Alhaji Dr Ahmad Tejan Kabbah arrives on a three-day official visit to Bangladesh to discuss entire range of bilateral relations between Dhaka and Freetown.
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