The mystery surrounding the death of Indian freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose, who set up a provisional Indian government in Singapore at the height of the Second World War, has persisted for decades but a new book is attempting to put matters to rest.
Citing nearly half a dozen investigations into Mr Bose's death, author Ashis Ray maintains in Laid To Rest: The Controversy Over Subhas Chandra Bose's Death that there is incontrovertible evidence that he died after a plane crash in Taipei on Aug 18, 1945 and his remains are in a golden casket in Renkoji temple in Tokyo.
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