Prakash Singh Former DGP UP & Assam

CHAIRMAN

A very distinguished police officer of the country with an excellent track record for combating terrorism/insurgency in the most turbulent theaters of the country - Nagaland, Assam, Punjab, J&K, and (in the Terai area of) UP. He was Police Chief of two of the largest states of India – Uttar Pradesh and Assam, and also commanded India’s Border Security Force.
The Government of India, in recognition of his contribution to national security, awarded him the Padmashri in 1991. A prolific writer, he has written six books and about 300 articles for the national dailies.
Prakash Singh is also the architect of Police Reforms in the country. He was Member, National Security Advisory Board (2013-14). He is also Associate Fellow of the Joint Special Operations University (US)



Contributions

Police Reforms Brushed Aside
05 Nov 2018
Source : DNA India
Police Reforms Brushed Aside

by : Prakash Singh

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Breaking the cage
30 Oct 2018
Source : The Indian Express
Breaking the cage

by : Prakash Singh

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Towards a people’s police
05 Jul 2018
Source : The Indian Express
Towards a people’s police

by : Prakash Singh

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Give police its due
08 Jan 2018
Source : The Indian Express
Give police its due

by : Prakash Singh

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Why the Indian government must push back Rohingyas
01 Oct 2017
Source : The New Indian Express
Why the Indian government must push back Rohingyas

by : Prakash Singh

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Reforms money can’t buy
29 Sep 2017
Source : The Indian Express
Reforms money can’t buy

by : Prakash Singh

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A tragic trilogy
31 Aug 2017
Source : The Indian Express
A tragic trilogy

by : Prakash Singh

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State of the Union
29 Jul 2017
Source : The Indian Express
State of the Union

by : Prakash Singh

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Internal insecurity
10 Jul 2017
Source : The Indian Express
Internal insecurity

by : Prakash Singh

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The Sukma Syndrome
26 Apr 2017
Source : The Indian Express
The Sukma Syndrome

by : Prakash Singh

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Centre should contain Naga insurgency to end the Manipur imbroglio
01 Jan 2017
Source : New Indian Express
Centre should contain Naga insurgency to end the Manipur imbroglio

by : Prakash Singh

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