A new book on India's freedom-fighters in Southeast Asia reveals how a nation they helped gain freedom turned a blind eye on them Instead of recognising their contribution, a number of freedom fighters who fought along Netaji Subhash ... DNA India, 4 days ago
Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com recalls the many ways in which he has been influenced by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. We lived in a completely isolated defence township in Ozar, Nashik. It was the 1960s and we only got to hear of our freedom struggle in textbooks and from our parents and their friends, who came from all over the country to build a fighter plane factory with help from the Russians. There were inspiring tales of the freedom struggle and horrific stories about Partition. Subhas Chandra ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- A 226-page typed document reportedly found at the house of P. K. Paul, freedom fighter and former Radio Officer with the Indian National Army (INA), reveals the activities of Indian nationalist Subhas Chandra ...The Hindu, 1 month ago Documenting Bose's struggles in the 1940s The Hindu, 1 month ago Not just Bose, Bombay too AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 month ago
By: Shekhar Krishnan Secret intercepts reveal the Nehru government kept close tabs on several of its own senior members, including high-ranking officials from Mumbai India's first government, led by Nehru and Patel, not only authorised snooping ...Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago Not just Bose, but Bombay too Pune Mirror, 1 month ago
Spying, the very idea, has a bad aura about it. To that extent, the declassified information that Jawaharlal Nehru spied on Subhas Chandra Bose and his family makes Nehru look bad. Unexpectedly, Bhagat Singh's family has pitched in with the ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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