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Reminiscences, Pattabhi Sitaramayya

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. more»

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Reminiscences, Pattabhi Sitaramayya

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...more»

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Reminiscences, Pattabhi Sitaramayya

Bose's closest friend of his school days, Hemanta Kumar Sarkar, wrote two books on him. The first book - a short biography, which also contained the letters exchanged between them - was published in 1927 According to Sarkar, Bose was not happy with him on the account of publishing the letters. more»

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Private Confessions On A Public Issue

23 Jnuary, 2011

n a recently released documentary on Subhas Chandra Bose, Justice Mukherjee, who investigated for six years (1999-2005) Bose’s mysterious disappearance, has been shown to make a comment which has given a new twist to the debate that has been going on since his report was rejected by the central government. Justice Mukherjee has been shown as saying that he is absolutely sure that the Dasnami Sannyasi who was last known to have lived at Ram Bhawan in Faizabad of Uttar Pradesh, in 1985, was none other than Bose.
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India's number one news channel Times Now investigates the mystery of disappearance of Subhas Chandra Bose. Subhas Chandra Bose may have secretly lived in India for decades after his supposed death. More »

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