How many people have died in your office in the last year? Has any suicide been any of them? Apparently 197 scientists have killed themselves in the last fifteen years in one of the top science facilities in India.

There is something very mysterious going on against the brilliant men and women of India. Since the last hundred years or so, the most honest and the most brilliant have simply perished. Shady postmortems have stated natural deaths that look to others like a homicide.

Many people have comfortably receded to their easy chairs claiming that these incidents have been blown out of proportion. Some call it a conspiracy theory. It could be true but how can one explain the statistics of 45.6 ISRO scientists disappearing every year?

The truth is, not only the lesser known brilliant men and women of science but also many  famous personalities have died under mysterious circumstances. Some of these cases are too strange to be simply dismissed.  Here are four such cases:

Lal Bahadur Shastri

Lal Bahadur Shastri was unquestionably one of the most honest and greatest statesmen of the world. His humility and sincerity had been the reason of respect from all leaders of all parties. No one could point a finger at this extremely simple yet the foremost politician of India. He was truly the rarest of men.

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When Lal Bahadur Shastri was the Prime Minister of the Indian nation, things truly prospered. His wisdom and authenticity won India a respectable position in the world. Heads of state of various nations would want to meet this extraordinary leader.

Lal Bahadur Shastri cared equally for all men. He started the slogan ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ paying homage to the men and women who hold the nation’s foundation through sustenance and protection. As much as he venerated the soldiers, he was also sympathetic of their condition due to which he wanted to cease the Indo Pak war in 1966.

The wars are great profit machines for some corporate and nations. They get to sell weapons and latest destructive technology in large numbers – to both the sides. Naturally they rely on war profits to run their organizations. Hence any head of state sincerely wanting to end wars is their biggest obstacle.

Lal Bahadur Shastri signed the Tashkent agreement along with the Pakistani President looking forward to bring peace to both the nations. While Indians welcomed the decision, they went into a shock when they heard of the death of their beloved Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri. Officially he died of a heart attack. Interestingly, Lal Bahadur Shastri never had any heart problems as stated by his doctor, R. N. Chugh.

Three more things prove that something was amiss. Firstly, his wife Mrs. Lalita Shastri who was there when he started to feel unwell, said that his nails started to look blue. Then second, Mr. Shastri drank water from a flask and after that he started to feel sick. Lastly, in spite of all this, no postmortem was done. The jug was taken away by the Soviet officials and never seen again. Even his death certificate has not been disclosed till date.

Some close people believe that Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri, the then Prime Minister of India had been poisoned and we have been deliberately misled on his death.

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Homi Bhabha

Exactly fourteen days after the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri came the deathblow of Dr. Homi J. Bhabha, the Father of India’s Nuclear Programme. On 24 January 1966, he boarded an Air India flight 101 from Bombay to fly to London. This Boeing 707 plane was one of the best in the world and was being flown by one of the most experienced pilots. Then this plane just crashed on Mont Blanc Mountain in Europe.

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Just few minutes before the crash the pilot had communicated with the control tower. All was fine as they flew at 19,000 feet which was a good 3,000 feet above the highest peaks of Mont Blanc. Then on a fine sunny day, the plane just crashed. No one knows why except that the Geneva Airport and the pilot had some ‘misunderstanding’.

Many people ask – did it crash because the plane carried India’s foremost nuclear scientist who was about to make a major breakthrough? Or is it normal for planes to crash suddenly due to ‘misunderstanding’ between pilots and air control and crash onto a mountain that is 3,000 feet below?

Plot thickens when we consider that Homi Bhabha had been offered better pay in nuclear agencies that were run by USA and USSR. He was first tempted and when it did not work, even threatened. Although Homi Bhabha had studied at Cambridge and received his doctorate in nuclear physics, he wanted to give his best to his roots, his India. It was impossible to budge him so as the story goes, CIA turned assassin. He was the main man leading the research in India and if he cannot be bought, let him not work at all.

Today it is almost of an open secret that CIA killed Dr. Homi Bhabha. First Lal Bhahadur Shastri dies and then Bhabha. It would be an effective way to handicap those nations who progressed more than they wanted to see.

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Dr. Vikram Sarabhai

Within five years of Dr. Homi Bhabha’s death, India’s next top scientist dies. Dr. Vikram Sarabhai simply dies in his sleep. The trend is not yet over as every year more and more ISRO scientists ‘simply’ die due to illness and suicides.

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Dr. Vikram Sarabhai (centre) with young APJ Abdul Kalam (left)

Dr. Vikram Sarabhai was the Father of the Indian space programme. It was his personal effort that helped launch India’s first satellite, the Aryabhatta. A genius and one of the foremost scientists in the world, he contributed immensely to India. He was one of the top scientists in the world on cosmic rays and space research. He founded many research institutes and universities that became a catalyst for India’s growth. He advocated peaceful uses on space and atomic energy.

One night, as he was taking rest in Kovalam Palace, he is said to have simply died. He was not in any kind of stress and was leaving for a holiday with his family the next day. He was only 52-years of age, physically fit and active in sports. No post mortem was ever carried in spite of the uncanny death of India’s foremost scientist.

To top it all, he had told many of his close friends and family that he was being watched and even stalked by both American and Russian agents. The case was not even considered for investigation.


When we speak of cases which were killed in the bud, the nation’s biggest mystery is definitely Netaji. Too many people wanted him off the turf. Some of the leaders of India like the Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru himself wanted to hand him over to the British as a gift to the enemy.

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Was it really a plane crash or sabotage? Did Netaji die or live under a pseudo name? No one really knows. Even the Government of India has tried all it could to cover all evidences. Many of us believe that the truth is truly out there regarding Netaji and the search must go on.

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Why are so many ISRO scientists dying?

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is one of the honourable places to work in India and also globally. ISRO has achieved many feats that NASA could not. ISRO’s ingenuity has impressed all in the world, and even antagonistic nations like Pakistan have praised its achievements.

ISRO is today one of world’s top space agencies. Dr. Vikram Sarabhai was the brain behind the establishment of ISRO. Weirdly just like Sarabhai’s death, hundreds of ISRO scientists are being found dead.

This problem is quite serious but ISRO has been too quiet about this. Believe it or not, statistically 45.6 people working in ISRO die every year. According to the data provided by ISRO to Right to Information activist Chetan Kothari, 684 employees have died in the last fifteen years working for the ISRO and its various subunits. No explanations were given of their deaths.

These people who have perished are of various age groups, gender and have worked in different units like ISRO Headquarters, ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Centre, Space Applications Centre and Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre. Were the deaths natural or a result of hazards at work? Were they at stress? No answer could be found because the death certificates issued by ISRO to the deceased’s family mentions no information relating to the reason for death.

It does not end here in ISRO. In the last fifteen years if we look at the nuclear research centres in India, 1733 employees have died due to unknown illness. It can be guessed that working at a nuclear facility is not at all good for one’s health.

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But here comes the shocker – 197 people have also committed suicide in nuclear facilities. Let us draw a comparison here. The Office for National Statistics was particularly concerned about the high rate of suicide among employees in England. The statistics which worried them was there were 18.9 suicides every 100,000 people. That is 0.018%.

Compare that to 197 in a fifteen year period for less than 20,000 employees, it is 13.13 suicides a year standing at 6.57%. How would you like to work in an organization where six employees out of every hundred end their own life every year?

Space research and nuclear facilities are the most modern facilities of the country. Employees may be exposed to risk and hazards – physical and mental. No one truly can explain how many deaths are natural deaths and then murders by competitive nations. What we do know that the brains of the country must be protected and cared for.

From 2009 to 2013, it has been reported than eleven nuclear scientists have died. Some of the reasons are tricky like blasts, drowning and hanging to death.

Nuclear Power Corporation lost three – two suicides and one in road accident. Again at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) three more have perished – two were founding hanging at their home and the third just lying dead at his home. These scientists have the brightest and most analytical brains in the nation – is it normal for them kill themselves like this?

At BARC two research fellows just burned to death in the lab fire. Another scientist found strangulated at his home. All cases were closed.

One more scientist has jumped into the Kali River to drown himself. Another jumped in the sea. A third hanged himself. Police have stated personal reasons for their death.

There is more – two high ranking brilliant engineers worked for the Navy to build the INS Arihant, India’s coveted and first nuclear powered submarine. The dead bodies of KK Josh and Abhish Shivam were found on the railway tracks and they were also found to be poisoned. Is this a deliberate effort to kill off the top brains in the country?

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The suppressed homicide of Rajiv Dixit

In recent times the death of Rajiv Dixit has been a shocking mystery for many of us. A brilliant man and an IIT Kanpur alumni, he was raising a lot of eyebrows by letting many secrets out. The scientist turned social activist, Rajiv Dixit covered topics ranging from the use of Ayurveda to relieving the citizens on tax.

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Most of all, he exposed faulty politicians and their policies – of all parties. His claims against the unhealthy pesticides used in soft drinks were proven true. Courts, statisticians and laboratories fully supported his evidence because of his well researched knowledge and genuineness. He exposed many companies of what they put in their products.

Unfortunately he made more enemies than friends. At the age of 43, he is said to be have dropped dead due to a heart attack.

There are three things which any sensible man would ask. If Rajiv Dixit had a heart attack, why was he not taken to a hospital instead of Ramdev’s ashram? Why was an ambulance not called in this emergency and left to die there? And third, why will a man having heart attack have a body beaten black and blue?

Any man of common sense has the ability to think for himself and we leave the answers to you.

There are some more questions too. Why was there no postmortem on the death of Rajiv Dixit when his body was black and blue? Lastly, why was the media so absolutely silent on the unnatural death of the man whom they had covered regularly before? Or were they told not to? We still wait for the answers.

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CIA Director spills the beans

Here is the truth for all  – CIA killed Prime Minister Shastri and Dr. Homi Bhabha. Robert Crowley, former Assistant Director for Clandestine Operations, second in command of the CIA’s Directorate of Operations – has accepted that it was CIA who killed Lal Bahadur Shastri and then Homi Bhabha.

death Indians & ISRO scientistRobert Crowley gave a series of interview to journalist Gregory Douglas. It was published in a book called the Conversations with the Crow (you can get the book here ). Robert Crowley headed the covert operations and assassinations of the CIA and hence knew more secrets than the even the Presidents of the nation. He spoke about the clandestine operations CIA runs like drugs and assassinations. Shastri and Bhabha were both killed off by CIA as India was progressing too well under these men.

Here is an extract from Conversations with the Crow where Robert Rowley speaks about finishing off Lal Bahadur Shastri and Homi Bhabha (published at :

GD (Gregory Douglas): Now, now, it’s not an observation that is unexpected. Why not send him a box of poisoned candy? Shoot him in the street? Blow up his car? I mean, why ace a whole plane full of people?

RTC (Robert Trumbull Crowley): Well, I call it as it see it. At the time, it was our best shot. And we nailed Shastri as well. Another cow-loving raghead. Gregory, you say you don’t know about these people. Believe me, they were close to getting a bomb and so what if they nuked their deadly Paki enemies? So what? Too many people in both countries. Breed like rabbits and full of snake-worshipping twits. I don’t for the life of me see what the Brits wanted in India. And then threaten us? They were in the sack with the Russians, I told you. Maybe they could nuke the Panama Canal or Los Angeles. We don’t know that for sure, but it is not impossible.

GD: Who was Shastri?

RTC: A political type who started the program in the first place. Babha was a genius and he could get things done, so we aced both of them. And we let certain people there know that there was more where that came from. We should have hit the chinks, too, while we were at it, but they were a tougher target. Did I tell you about the idea to wipe out Asia’s rice crops? We developed a disease that would have wiped rice off the map there and it’s their staple diet. The fucking rice growers here got wind of it and raised such a stink we canned the whole thing. The theory was that the disease could spread around and hurt their pocketbooks. If the Mao people invade Alaska, we can tell the rice people it’s all their fault.

GD: I suppose we might make friends with them.

RTC: With the likes of them? Not at all, Gregory. The only thing the Communists understand is brute force. India was quieter after Bhabha croaked. We could never get to Mao but at one time, the Russians and we were discussing the how and when of the project. Oh yes, sometimes we do business with the other side. Probably more than you realize.

GD: Now that I know about. High level amorality. They want secrets from us and you give them some of them in return for some of their secrets, doctored, of course. That way, both agencies get credit for being clever.

RTC: Well, you’ve been in that game, so why be so holy over a bunch of dead ragheads?

GD: Were all the passengers Indian atomic scientists?

RTC: Who cares, Gregory? We got the main man and that was all that mattered. You ought not criticize when you don’t have the whole story.

You can get Conversations with the Crow here :

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