BanglaCapsule | Bangladesh History on  Mrz 23

1881
Hakim Habibur Rahman (1881-1947), Unani physician, litterateur, journalist, politician, was born in Chhota Katara mahalla of Dhaka city.
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1892
Srikumar Bandyopadhyay (1892-1970), educationist and literary critic, was born in the village of Hatia in Birbhum district, West Bengal.
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1920
Golam Mowla, pioneer of insurance, first Managing Director of Shadharan Bima Corporation, was born.
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1940
A conference of the All-India Muslim League, meeting in Lahore, adopts a resolution calling for the creation of independent states for Muslims in the subcontinent.
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1956
A constitution for the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, first constitution of undivided Pakistan, was adopted by the Constituent Assembly. Bangla and Urdu are declared state languages.
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1969
Mirza Nurul Huda (1919-1991), educationist, agricultural economist and a political personage, was appointed Governor of East Pakistan.
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1971
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman hoisted the flag for the first time of independent Bangladesh at his residence, 32 Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka.
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1971
Pakistan People's Party (PPP) chief Z. A. Bhutto said at a press conference that he was satisfied with his talks with Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Dhaka and that he looked forward to more talks.
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1974
The High Court ruled that no further property that were abandoned during the liberation was could be enlisted as Vested Property.
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1979
University Officers Training Corps, Bangladesh Cadet Corps and Junior Cadet Corps were all merged by a government order to form Bangladesh National Cadet Corps.
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2005
The country's second and biggest flyover at the busy Khilgaon road-rail intersection in the capital opens. The 1.9-kilometre-long and 14-metre wide flyover was constructed at a cost of Tk 81.75 crore.
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