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Concept of united Pakistan dwindledThe concept of a united Pakistan had dwindled, owing to the stiff position adopted by the Awami League, to the ...
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Angry crowds dogged Bhutto in DhakaMujib and Yahiya talked again as thousands agitated in the streets of Bangladesh (the then East Pakistan). Chairman of Pakistan ...
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Mujib and Yahiya talked for 2 hoursAfter the acrimonious meeting of the day before talks were again held between Bangabandhu and Yahya Khan on March 20, ...
Bangabandhu anticipated armed struggle : First armed resistance at Joydevpur on March 19Just after 12 days of the historic speech of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on March 7, ...
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Bangabandhu : As the Mujib-Yahya talks entered the second day (March 17, 1971), the atmosphere was suddenly charged with news of army ...
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Yahya's misson to Dhaka were something like giving oxygen to a dying patient President Yahiya Khan arrived along with several other generals at Dhaka at noon of previous day to meet Mujib for ...
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Global media saw day's events as end of united Pakistan On March 15, 1971 Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman arrived at the President House, now Sugandha, hoisting a black flag to ...
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Bangabandhu became the de-facto president People all over Bangladesh defied martial law orders and refused to go to work on March 14, 1971 as well. ...
I am the government: Bangabandhu
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Awami League the only legitimate source of authorityOn March 13, 1971 Pakistan International Airlines canceling most of it’s international services, concentrated all available aircraft of ferrying “Government ...
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US diplomats observed 'Mujib wanted a political settlement'On 12 March, Awami League had an instruction to its activists to form sangram committee in each union. The CSP ...
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Confidential telegram to Washington DCOn March 11 of 1971 leader of the Pakistan Justice Party Air Marshal Asghar Khan after a visit to Dhaka ...
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Appeals for UN help, new exemptionsBangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on March 10, 1971 sent a telegram to the UN Secretary General informing him that the ...
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