Chandrachur Ghose is an author, researcher and commentator on history, economics and environment.
Chandrachur has 24 years of experience in multi-disciplinary strategic research and advocacy, having worked with Centre for Science and Environment, one of the most well-known environmental organisations in India, University of Sussex, an academic institute of global excellence, and International Market Assessment Pvt Ltd, an economic research firm that is a trusted brand among Indian businesses. He is currently an independent author and columnist. Chandrachur has graduated from Visva Bharati and the University of Sussex and now lives in Hyderabad.
Chandrachur is one of the founders of the pressure group Mission Netaji that has been the moving force behind the declassification of secret documents related to Subhas Chandra Bose. The activism of Mission Netaji led to the declassification of over ten thousand pages in 2010 and subsequently declassification of over 300 files by the Central Government and the Government of West Bengal.