Today's politics is tomorrow's history. That is but a truism. But events happen in life which being the politics of the day, constitute the history of the day as well. Such is the flight of Subhas Babu beyond the borders of India across the fastnesses of Kabul to unknown regions for achieving unsuspected purposes......more>>
I first came in contact with Subhas Bose in 1923 at Delhi when the Congress was divided into two groups over the question of what was known as 'Council Entry.'...Subhas Babu, as the favourite lieutenant of Deshabandhu, was playing a prominent part in the controversy. more>>
It will shock you to know how many ministries and departments in New Delhi are holding secret records relating to Netaji. Not only there are classified files with the Prime Minister's Office, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Defence, Cabinet Secretariat and Intelligence Bureau, but also -- for some inexplicable reasons -- with National Museum, Ministry of Urban Development, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and Department of Food & Public Distribution......
Netaji Bhavan was dedicated to the Nation by Sarat Chandra Bose in 1946.Amiya Nath Bose who took over the mantle from his father Sarat Bose, started the research work here. He collected documents from various countries including Japan, Germany,U.K. to set up the Museum here.Sarat Bose's children - Ashok Nath Bose, Amiya Nath Bose, Sisir Bose, Subrata Bose, Gita Biswas, Roma Ray and Chitra Ghosh, were all actively involved with the activities of the institute till late 1970's Since the early 1980's all members including the family members were eased out by the present administration and no reasons were assigned. This place was meant to be a research institute for students and scholars, but unfortunately, the present administration does not give access to students and scholars who do not belong to their group.... more>>
In another effort to lift the veil of official secrecy from the unresolved issue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's mysterious disappearance, the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court, on 31 January, asked the Uttar Pradesh Government to constitute within three months "a team of experts and higher officers, headed by a Retired Judge of High Court, to hold an enquiry with regard to the identity" of the mysterious reclusive monk, known as Gumnami Baba or Bhagwanji, who spent the last few years of his life at Faizabad. The monk has been claimed to be Netaji by several people who
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