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Mai-24-1899
Kazi Nazrul Islam, national poet of Bangladesh, was born in Churulia in the district of Burdawan, West Bengal, India.
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Aug-11-1922
Dhumketu, a bi-weekly Bangla paper edited by the rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam, commenced publication.
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Jan-23-1923
The rebel poet Kazi Nazrul Islam was arrested on charges of sedition.
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Apr-24-1924
Kazi Nazrul Islam, national poet of Bangladesh, married Promila in Kolkata.
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Dez-16-1925
Kazi Nazrul Islam, national poet of Bangladesh, started publishing the weekly Langal, with himself as chief editor.
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Nov-12-1929
Kazi Nazrul Islam's, national poet of Bangladesh, first radio programme was broadcast from the Calcutta station of All India Radio in the evening.
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Aug-27-1967
The constitution of Nazrul Academy was framed at a meeting of the organising committee.
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Jan-13-1972
The new cabinet of the People's Republic of Bangladesh in its meeting decided that the great poet Kazi Nazrul Islam's song 'Chal Chal Chal' would be the Marching Song of the nation.
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Mai-24-1972
The newly independent nation of Bangladesh brought poet Kazi Nazrul Islam to live in Dhaka with the consent of the Government of India.
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Mai-25-1972
Firstever birthday of Nazrul was celebrated in Independent Bangladesh in his presense in Dhaka.
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Feb-18-1976
The government grants Poet Kazi Nazrul Islam the citizenship of Bangladesh.
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Aug-29-1976
Kazi Nazrul Islam, national poet of Bangladesh, died in Dhaka.
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