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134 files on Subash Chandra Bose will be examined for declassification by the govt

Dec 02, 2015

134 files on Subash Chandra Bose will be examined for declassification by the govt

The government has 134 classified files related to Subhas Chandra Bose which are being examined for the purpose of declassification. #India #Rajya Sabha #New Delhi #NewsTracker #Indian National Army #defence ministry #Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose #National Archives of India
There and back again: Best of the newly released images from the Apollo missions

Oct 06, 2015

There and back again: Best of the newly released images from the Apollo missions

More than 10,000 high-resolution photographs taken by Apollo astronauts during their trips to the moon is now available on Flickr. #ThingsWeLike #Nasa #Apollo #Images #Space #Shareworthy #Project Apollo archive #Kipp Teague
After Netaji files, West Bengal govt makes pre-independence cabinet papers public

Sep 29, 2015

After Netaji files, West Bengal govt makes pre-independence cabinet papers public

The West Bengal government on Monday made public the cabinet papers for ten years from 1938 to 1947, after declassifying 64 files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. #Mamata Banerjee #NewsTracker #West Bengal #Subhas Chandra Bose #archives #Netaji files #cabinet papers
Citizen historians scrambling to collect 10,000 Partition stories

Aug 31, 2015

Citizen historians scrambling to collect 10,000 Partition stories

The 1947 Partition Archive that began as a small grassroots effort to preserve the disappearing memory of Partition, at the University of California at Berkeley in 2011, has quickly spread across the globe to 157 cities #NewsTracker #Khushwant Singh #Partition of India #Mohammad Ali Jinnah #1947 Partition Archive
Cultural bodies suffer as Modi govt fails to fill in senior positions

Jul 22, 2014

Cultural bodies suffer as Modi govt fails to fill in senior positions

Even as the Narendra Modi government has taken over, senior positions in cultural bodies, including the National Museum, Lalit Kala Akademi, Salar Jung Museum and National Archives of India, remain vacant. #NewsTracker #cultural bodies #National Museum #Lalit Kala Akademi #Salar Jung Museum #National Archives of India
Study shows Aldi, VW used East German prison labour

Jan 15, 2014

Study shows Aldi, VW used East German prison labour

BERLIN (Reuters) - Leading German firms including supermarket chain Aldi and carmaker Volkswagen stocked goods or used components made by forced labour in former Communist East Germany, a study has found, although both firms insist they did so unwittingly. Research by the federal authority responsible for managing the archives of East Germany's Stasi secret police (BStU) uncovered a far broader use of prison labour during the 1970s and 1980s by Western firms than previously acknowledged. The study could eventually help victims seek compensation #United States #Business #Brazil #France #Arabic #Russia #markets #Argentina #Latin America #Entertainment #german #archives