When the chips are down, sombody has got to stand up. Before the Government dismissed the momentous finding of Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry, Mission Netaji had been up and running. And now that the expected has happened, we are sticking our necks out -- lobbying with political leaders, media, foreign institutions, etc. Let posterity not lament that we did not rise to the occasion.
(July 27) Secrets of "Netaji's ashes & remains" to remain secret: After a year-long RTI attempt, Mission Netaji has failed to resolve the riddle of "Netaji's remains" a PMO record says were received in India by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. More
(July 19) India seeks Russian nod to disclose Netaji correspondence: The move follows a Central Information Commission order directing the Government of India to make a reference to the Government of Russia. More
(July 6) Official Secrets Act era gone; disclose Netaji records, CIC tells Govt: In a major boost for the freedom of information movement in India, the full Bench of Central Information Commission has ruled that the Ministry of Home Affairs must declassify records relating to Subhas Bose's reported death. More
R&AW says no info on Netaji but the slip shows. Details
18 Feb 2007: Mission Netaji organises a symposium on the implications of Mukherjee Commission report at IIC, Delhi.
Panchjanya carries an article by Anuj Dhar on Mission Netaji's RTI crusade.
PMO refuses to furnish data on Netaji: The PMO has said that the disclosure would harm India's relations with foreign countries. See the PMO letter. Details
Press Release dated December 16, 2006: The Central Information Commission (CIC) has held another hearing on Mission Netaji's complaint against the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) over the documents relied upon by Khosla Commission and Shah Nawaz Committee.