R.K. Raghavan Former Director, Central Bureau of Investigation

Raghava Krishnaswami Raghavan is an Indian former police chief who was Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation from 4 January 1999 to 30 April 2001. Mr. Raghavan is recipient of Indian Police Medal for Meritorious Service and the President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service. He became the 19th CBI director in 1999. He headed Interpol in India, and set up India's first cybercrime investigation cell. He was also Corporate Security adviser with Tata Consultancy Services. He is a prolific writer and author on contermporary issues concerning policing and national security.



Contributions

Lessons from the Aarushi case
17 Oct 2017
Source : The Hindu
Lessons from the Aarushi case

by : R.K. Raghavan

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Clamping down on crime
15 May 2017
Source : The Hindu
Clamping down on crime

by : R.K. Raghavan

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Mapping out the police overhaul in U.P.
29 Mar 2017
Source : The Hindu
Mapping out the police overhaul in U.P.

by : R.K. Raghavan

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Dealing with the deadwood
23 Jan 2017
Source : The Hindu
Dealing with the deadwood

by : R.K. Raghavan

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