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1981-2000

Netaji was an Indian first (January 23, 1983)
In a message to the Netaji Birthday Celebrations Committee in Calcutta, Mrs Gandhi said Netaji was an Indian first and always and "that is what we must all try to be" ...more

Netaji's life will serve as a beacon (January 24, 1983)
President Giani Zail Singh said Netaji's life and teachings should be written in gold and books containing his teaching should be translated in different languages and distributed among all for guidance ...more

UK told not to re-run film (March 7, 1984)
The television documentary which contains interviews of several of Netaji's associates is considered disparaging to the leader's personality, portraying him as a war-monger ...more

Netaji's kin plead to PM on ashes (May 13, 1990)
Members of Netaji's family are not convinced about Netaji's death in a plane crash and say that the ashes kept in a Japanese temple are not his remains ...more

'Rarest of rare' exhibition, New Delhi (June 27, 1984)
The sword of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, which remained sealed for nearly thirty years in the reserved collection of the National Museum, will be displayed for the first time in August in New Delhi ...more

Bose niece wants mystery solved, New Delhi (October 24, 1989)
Ms Lalita Bose, niece of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, demanded to know why the Government was not serious to find out whether "Gumnami Baba" of Faizabad was Netaji as a section of the press had suggested before the Baba's death in 1985 ...more

Nehru suppressed facts? (August 16, 1998)
City-based researcher Purabi Roy has stumbled upon "clinching evidence" that Netaji did not die in 1945. In a meeting held at RSS headquarters she tried to impress upon leaders that it was Nehru who had tried to "hush up the case" ...more

Govt may order fresh probe into Netaji's 'death' (August 18, 1998)
"The Centre is contemplating to either order a fresh probe or publish a 'White Paper' on the dramatic disappearance and subsequent demise of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose allegedly in an aircrash at Taihoku airport in Japan" ...more

 

   
           
 
           
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