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From sub-inspector to deputy superintendent of police: Davinder Singh's meteoric rise in Jammu and Kashmir police

DNA Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Davinder Singh joined the J&K Police as sub-inspector in 1992, rose to become a DSP and was with anti-hijacking at Srinagar Airport when he was arrested with two terrorists in Kulgam.
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