Conundrum

Conundrum (English, Paperback, Ghose Chandrachur)

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Conundrum  (English, Paperback, Ghose Chandrachur)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Unknown
    • Genre: Political Science
    • ISBN: 9789386473578, 9789386473578
    • Pages: 856
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    Publication Year
    • 29April
    Edition Type
    • 1st
    Book Type
    • paperback
    Contributors
    Author Info
    • Chandrachur Ghose & Anuj Dhar
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    Age Group
    • 15-75
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    5

    Awesome

    This is an extremely well researched and hard fact based book. The facts presented are mind boggling and it reveals very clearly that Gumnami Baba was none other than Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. It would only need an impartial probe and willingness from the country's leadership to establish his identity. The authors have done commendable work in this regard and this book may well go down in history as one of the major sources for secondary research regarding Netaji's alleged disappearance and...
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    5

    Brilliant

    Excellent book simple language. Every India must read this book .
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    Rakesh Kumar Dewangan

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    5

    Terrific

    great work.. much needed book in india
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    Sayanti Dey

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    5

    Great product

    Awesome ❤
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    5

    Worth every penny

    excellent
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    Horrible

    Packaging is worst. Normal low quality paper board packaging.
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    Rubai Batbyal

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    5

    Super!

    Thanks to Chandrachud Ghose, Anuj Dhar and flipkart.
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    Simply awesome

    🥰🥰🥰 great book
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    5

    Terrific purchase

    A VERY EXCELLENT BOOK TO READ ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO KNOW THE FACTS BEHIND THE MYSTERY.....SUPERB FACTS
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    Great product

    A must have book for all the Forward Block heads. You won’t regret reading it a bit also
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    Questions and Answers
    Q:I have already read "India's biggest cover-up". which one should I read next - "What happened to Netaji" or "Conundrum". please suggest.
    A:what happened to Netaji is a summarised form of India....... cover up.you should read Conundrum.
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    Q:What is the difference between India's biggest cover up and Conundrum
    A:The first book is more of a collection of RTI applications and raises some questions based on facts revieled. However the second is a tale derived from the items recovered from Gumnami Baba
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    Q:I have read all the previous books by Anuj Dhar and he keeps on repeating same stories in all his books. Is there anything new in this book?
    A:He brings up the fact about Gumnami baba who was suspected to Netaji . He has some new facts about the things used by Gumnami baba and its similarities with Netaji.Personally I like this book .
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    Q:Can you provide me the Hindi version of this book?
    A:only English version
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    Q:is it in bengali version???
    A:No. It is english version
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    Q:does Conundrum holds everything to know about NSC Bose?
    A:no. it's only about the Gumnaami Baba part. there are othe books by the same authors that cover his life events after august 1945, like India's biggest cover up and some others
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    Q:is it available in hard cover
    A:No
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