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K P S Gill


The writer is former DGP, Punjab

A vein of discontent
Tue, Oct 27, 2015

This has provoked a power struggle within the SGPC, as the longstanding hegemony of the increasingly discredited Badal leadership is challenged.

Surprised at Gurdaspur
Thu, Jul 30, 2015

You don’t prepare for terrorism after it has happened. And you don’t just learn from your own experience.

No excuses for terror
Sat, Jan 17, 2015

Extremist ideologies cannot be allowed to flourish for fear of giving offence

Encounter with reality
Fri, Sep 26, 2014

Court guidelines on encounters misread state of policing and police capacity.

Hanging in balance
Tue, Apr 03, 2012

Bad politics over Rajoana’s execution may cede ground to extremist forces

Who could’ve heard a .22?
Sat, Feb 25, 2006

Now that Delhi High Court, taking suo motu notice, has sought from the police the details in the Jessica Lall case, there’s finally som...

Framed: Indian Administration
Wed, Jul 06, 2005

Asked to write about the Gujarat riots of 2002 by an European magazine, I was groping for images to convey the abject and inexcusable failur...

Those who care for nobody’s rights but their own
Mon, Feb 21, 2005

Once again, the ‘human rights’ lobby has launched a virulent and unsubstantiated campaign against the police in the case of the at...

Talking to Naxals is retrograde & dangerous, comes out of a Home Ministry that’s clueless
Sun, Oct 24, 2004

By agreeing to negotiate with Naxalite groups, the Government has only emboldened those who choose the path of violence to meet their politi...

War of a thousand cuts
Fri, Jan 07, 2000

Three is a general tendency to verbal excess in crises and, in the aftermath of the recent hijacking, one leading columnist declares that ...