Anuj Dhar
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Anuj Dhar has researched the issue of Subhas Chandra Bose's mysterious disappearance for over a decade. His 2012 bestselling book India's Biggest Cover-up triggered the demand for declassification of the Bose files.

VARIETY

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Why wasn't Lal Bahadur Shastri's body forensically examined?

It is said that when Shastri's family members, friends and followers saw his dead body, they were horrified.

POLITICS

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Why 1955 Japanese report about Netaji's death is bogus

The pro-Congress faction in the Bose family, of which Ashis Ray is a prominent part, is trying to project the report as the ultimate truth.

POLITICS

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Why I think Subhas Chandra Bose's family member is spreading falsehood

Ashis Ray, who has Congress links, is cherry-picking data to establish that Netaji died in an air crash in Taipei, 1945.

POLITICS

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Netaji files: How Subhas Bose's daughter flip-flopped on his DNA test

The man who evidently influenced Anita Bose Pfaff's thinking in the matter from the mid-1990s is Pranab Mukherjee.

POLITICS

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Netaji files: Did Nehru hide the fact that Subhas Bose was in Russia?

A recently declassified file has yielded the sensational claim that Netaji was alive even after his reported death in 1945.

POLITICS

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How government hid US intelligence's concerns about Netaji's death

A newly declassified file says America at the end of World War II believed there was no 'direct evidence' of Bose's death in an air crash.

POLITICS

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What has Swadheen Bharat Subhash Sena got to do with Netaji?

In the wake of Mathura violence, no one has done more damage to the cause of settling the Subhas Chandra Bose mystery as these conspiracy theorists.

POLITICS

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Was INA’s Japanese co-founder a spy?

Declassified files suggest the Indian Embassy in Tokyo in 1974 suspected that Iwaichi Fujiwara could have been working for the Japanese intelligence.

POLITICS

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Netaji, not Gandhiji drove British away. Ambedkar would have agreed

The colonial rulers were wise enough to read the writing on the wall after putting the INA men on trial at the Red Fort.

POLITICS

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How Congress tweaked India's history in its favour

The idea was clearly to perpetuate to posterity the glories of Nehru and other party leaders.