Wednesday, May 11, 2005

The Keys to My Heart

The Keys to Your Heart

You are attracted to those who are unbridled, untrammeled, and free.

In love, you feel the most alive when things are straight-forward, and you're
told that you're loved.

You'd like to your lover to think you are optimistic and happy.

You would be forced to break up with someone who was emotional, moody, and
difficult to please.

Your ideal relationship is lasting. You want a relationship that looks to the
future... one you can grow with.

Your risk of cheating is zero. You care about society and morality. You would
never break a commitment.

You think of marriage something you've always wanted... though you haven't
really thought about it.

In this moment, you think of love as commitment. Love only works when both
people are totally devoted.

A mail which I received from Anuj Dhar a Delhi-based journalist.

Pardon my intrusion, but I guess you are interested in Netaji. Ipicked up your mail address from
I am Delhi-based journalist. For past four years I have beeninvestigating the mystery of Netaji's "death" and have made somebreakthroughs. Like it was me who obtained and forwarded to MukherjeeCommission in 2003 a confirmation from Taiwan Govt that there was noevidence to show that a plane carrying Netaji had crashed in Taipei(Taihoku) on 18 August 1945.
Some of my attempts failed -- like recent petition in Supreme Courttrying to stop Government from sabotaging the inquiry of Justice MonojKumar Mukherjee. This was as far one man with little means and nobacking of media could go.
Recently former Defence Minister George Fernandes released my book"Back from Dead: Inside the Subhas Bose Mystery."
I had great difficulty in getting this book published as no one waswilling to touch the manuscript. And now that the book out, media iskeeping away, more or less. In fact the very issue of MukherjeeCommission's inquiry is being ignored for a variety of reasons. As adesperate measure I approached the Court and now I am reaching out toyou.
This mail is as much about the issue as it is about my book. Yes, wantpeople to know about the book -- I have not committed any sin. Thisbook is the only detailed and definitive account of the littleunderstood mystery that has grown in past 60 years.
What you will read in the book -- which many readers have told me isgripping (Please see Times rating)--- are facts derived from officialpapers, classified and declassified. Whatever I found out I discussedwith several people including Netaji kin, intelligence people,historians, journalists etc.
In case the URL gets changed, please go to and search forAnuj Dhar in "Search Books".
What I write in the book is objective, factual and straightforward:Three "theories" stand out as far as Netaji Mystery is concerned. One,death in an air crash. Two, escape to the USSR and three, theBhagwanji/Gumnami Baba link. I reject the first, back up the secondand propose further inquiry into Bhagwanji angle. Mukherjee Commissionhas primary evidence linking this extraordinary holy man to Netaji. Noone with an open mind should have any objections to further inquiry.
You will have many questions ... like the DNA test conducted byGovernmental labs on the teeth presumed to be of Bhgwanji and why hedidn't come out if he was Netaji .... I have discussed them all in thebook. There are several reasons, apart from confirmation from theTaiwan Govt, to believe that there was no crash. Chapter 2 of the booksummarises intelligence agencies' investigation into the matter.
Please try to have a look at the book and if you find that it containssomething others should know, do tell them. E-mail your friends thislink
This is the only way to go about it as media is more concerned withLalu-Rabri tales. Help me so that I can continue my efforts to bringNetaji issue on top. 2005 is the last and best chance to resolve theNetaji mystery. Benegal's movie will ignite interest. MukherjeeCommission is likely to give a historic report and the Government maynot take it kindly. Pressure has to be built.
I hear that Government has reluctantly allowed Mukherjee Commission tovisit Russia and Vietnam. Now people should take steps to ensure thatGovernment gets pro-active and extends its fullest cooperation to theCommission. For God's sake this is about the man who played a mostcrucial role during freedom struggle. We must find out what happenedto him.
Thanks and Regards
Anuj Dhar
New Delhi