Netaji files

Netaji files News

Netaji files: PM should apologise to the nation, says AIFB

The AIFB alleged that the union home ministry has "mislead" the country by saying that Subhas Chandra Bose died in an air crash in 1945.

Netaji Files: Pakistan didn’t allow INA men to attend meets

The file, which relates to a communication before the Third International Netaji Seminar to be held in January 1979 in Kolkata, reveal that despite invitations from India, the Pakistan government did not let the two soldiers visit India for the second seminar.


Govt declassifies 25 more Netaji files, announces to build a memorial soon

The documents consist of five files each from the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and Home Ministry, and 15 files from Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) pertaining to the period between 1956 and 2009.

Central govt releases 50 fresh Netaji documents

The earlier batch of 100 files was released on January 23, the birth anniversary of Bose. All these files show that successive governments have taken an official stand that Bose died in a plane crash in 1945.

Next set of Netaji files to be released post Budget session

The second tranche of 25 secret files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose will be released after the conclusion of Budget session of Parliament

UK website traces journey of Netaji's ashes to Tokyo temple

Thereafter, while Col. Rehman and Maj. Nakamiya continued by air to Tokyo, Lt Hayashida with the remains took a train to Tokyo, guarded by three soldiers.


Govt to release second tranche of 25 Netaji files this month

"We are going to release 25 secret files every month. We are ready with the files that are going to be released this month," Sharma said when asked about declassification of the Netaji files.

Netaji had died in the 1945 aircrash, says 1995 Cabinet note

This emerged from documents that form part of 100 secret files, comprising 16,600 pages which were made public by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Netaji's 119th birth anniversary in the capital on Saturday.

Netaji files: BJP trying to create conflict between different ideologies, says Nitish

PM Modi, in his meeting with members of Subhash Chandra Bose family on October 14, last year, had announced that the government would declassify the files and make them accessible to public.

Netaji's family welcomes declassifying of files

"This is the first time that Prime Minister of India has taken a move to open the classified files. But these are not the intelligence files," Bose's grandnephew Surya Kumar Bose said.