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Nehru's spymasters played a role in the Netaji cover-up - Anuj Dhar

“The bogey of India’s relations with foreign countries being spoiled is raised to prevent the Central government from taking any decision regarding the declassification . This bluff needs to be called and the government must not allow Congress-inspired propaganda to succeed. 712 more words


Time to ask Russia about Bose - G. D. Bakshi

“The Russian Federation is very friendly towards India and if approached sincerely, the Russians will help us navigate the troves of their declassified material on the KGB and its predecessor agencies, which will not affect ties. 1,456 more words


Netaji and mystery of the secret files - Mohan K. Tikku

“I used to know a New Delhi-based Russian correspondent quite well. He would sometimes drop in at my office for a chat. One day I asked him if he could check some details with his embassy on my behalf. 1,027 more words


Texas Man Says Wife Is Detained In China On Spying Charges

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HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The husband of an American businesswoman who’s been detained by Chinese authorities for six months says his wife is accused of spying and stealing state secrets. 215 more words


Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: A revolutionary chapter in the offing - Santwana Bhattacharya

“A consensus has emerged among historians and generations of researchers on two points: 1) Bose disappeared, and did not die in the crash; 2) he was in Soviet Russia post-1945. 1,244 more words


West Bengal to release 64 files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose - HT

“I congratulate the chief minister on behalf of the Bose family. The Centre should take a cue from the decision and put everything in the public domain,” said Chandra Kumar Bose (above left), great grand-nephew of Subhas Chandra Bose. 486 more words

Why does the state keep secrets? - Claude Arpi

“The Public Records Rules, 1997, state that records that are 25 years or more must be preserved in the National Archives of India and that no records can be destroyed without being recorded or reviewed. 990 more words