Subhash Chandra Bose

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He was the only national leader who fought for our country.  He died in a plane crash but the successive government does not want the Indian public to know that his ashes are lying in Japan, because they think he will become a hero in the eyes of Indian public.  If he would have been alive India would have been among the top 5 countries in the world.  He was the only leader who dared to fight the mighty British Empire and formed his own army "INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY".  According to him only armed struggle against the British could have bought freedom to India.
Jan 23, 1897  
    Subhash Chandra Bose was born in Bengal
    Subhash joined the Presidency College in Calcutta
    Went to Northern India, looking for spiritual master to show him the right path
Feb 1916  
    Bose was expelled from the college
July 1917  
    Bose was re-admitted to the college
    He joined the University Training Corps
    Bose achieved first class honours in philosophy, and went to England
    Bose passed the Civil Service open examination and stood fourth
Jan 1921  
    Bose offered himself to work at the Congress National College in Calcutta
Apr 1921  
    Bose resigned from the Indian Civil Service
July 1921  
    Returned to India
    Subhash Chandra Bose entered into Indian politics
    Bose organized a boycott of the Prince of Wales' visit to India.
Dec 10, 1921  
    Bose was arrested for parading illegally
    Bose spent six weeks working day and night in the flooded regions of Northern Bengal
Oct 1924  
    Bose was arrested as a suspected dangerous terrorist
Jan 1925  
    Bose was removed from Alipore Jail to the great fort of Mandalay in Burma
    Bose was nominated as a candidate for Bengal Legislative Assemble
May 16, 1927  
    Bose was released from jail
Dec 1927  
    Bose became the General Secretary of the Congress
    Bose commanded the parade of Congress Volunteers' at the Congress Assembly
Jan 23, 1930  
    Bose was arrested for leading an independent procession
July 1930  
    He staged a hunger strike against the prison treatment
Sep 25, 1930  
    He was released from prison and was elected the mayor of Calcutta
    Bose was arrested for visiting the disturbed area of Bengal
Jan 2, 1932  
    He was arrested again
Feb 22, 1932  
    Bose was released on the condition that he went to Europe
May, 1932  
    Issued a manifesto in Vienna.
Nov 1934  
    Bose released a book called "The Indian Struggle"
1934 end  
    Bose flew to India
    Elected President of the Indian National Congress. Rabindranath Tagore felicitates Subhash as "Desh-Nayak"
Jan 17, 1941  
    Bose escaped from house arrest in India and fled secretly to Berlin
Jan 26, 1943  
    He celebrated "Independence Day" in Berlin
July 2,1943  
    Bose reached Singapore
July 1943  
    Proclaimed Azad Hind Government in Singapore
Aug 25, 1943  
    Bose took charge of the Indian National Army
Dec 1943  
    2nd INA division was formed
    Bose lost Imphala Campaign
    Believed to have died in an air crash