Unique Talents of KGPians: Raj Tilak Roushan ('07), author and Superintendent of Police
Nagpur Today (January 3, 2020)
Raj Tilak Roushan's book 'The Good, the Bad and the Unknown' promises thrilling ride
Nagpur: After reaching great heights in ideal policing by winning Union Home Minister's Medal for Excellence in Investigation and the FICCI Award for Smart Policing, Raj Tilak Roushan ('07), former Deputy Commissioner of Police in Nagpur City and the current Superintendent of Police, Osmanabad, is all set to enthrall the people in a creative way. An IIT Kharagpur alumni, Roushan came up with a collection of short stories in his book--"The Good, the Bad and the Unknown"--which aims to take the reader into the minds of criminals and police officers.
Published by "Bloomsbury" that have published international bestselling authors like JK Rowling (Harry Potter), Khaled Hosseini, William Dalrymple etc. The Good, the Bad and the Unknown is gripping and spellbinding in its storytelling. The collection depicts not only the seedy underbelly of our society but also tries to show what motives people around us and people like us have to take up a life of crime. (Read More)