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K.P. Raghuvanshi

Anti-Terrorism Squad Chief

Mumbai

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Employment History

Chief

Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad ATS


Web References(62 Total References)


dawn.com

Just days after the December 16 gang-rape, K.P. Raghuvanshi, a senior police officer in Mumbai told female college students to carry a packet of chilli powder with them always and use it when threatened, the Press Trust of India reported.


uk.news.yahoo.com [cached]

"He is the main person and we have also named others," K.P. Raghuvanshi, Mumbai's anti-terrorism squad chief, told Reuters.Raghuvanshi, the chief investigator of the blasts, said the remaining two had been killed -- one in the bombings and the other in a shootout with police in Mumbai.


www.maximumedge.com [cached]

"The accused in the July 11 blast case will be tried in a special court so that justice is done fast," K.P. Raghuvanshi, Mumbai's anti-terrorism squad chief, told .At least 186 people, including one of the suspected bombers, were killed in the attacks.


www.nzherald.co.nz [cached]

"Let investigations finish and then we will tell you whether it was the Lashkar or SIMI or some other group or Lashkar and SIMI together," K.P. Raghusvanshi, Mumbai's anti-terrorism squad chief, told reporters.


edition2.cnn.com [cached]

"He is the main person and we have also named others," K.P. Raghuvanshi, Mumbai's anti-terrorism squad chief, told Reuters.Raghuvanshi, the chief investigator of the blasts, said the remaining two had been killed -- one in the bombings and the other in a shootout with police in Mumbai.


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