Praveen Kumar in Celestial Glow


Biography of Praveen Kumar in Celestial Glow

Praveen Kumar in Celestial Glow poet

Praveen Kumar, a bilingual poet, born in Mangaluru on June 29 of 1949 to R.D.Suvarna and B.Sarojini, has more than three decades of government service as a senior police officer. As a poet of twenty-three published collections and as an author of five volumes on matters of governance and administration, he is a familiar face in Indian intellectual circuits. He presently lives in Bengaluru with wife, Jayashree, and son Pratheek.

Stemming from his varied academic background are the lively far-reaching interests that have impelled him to write in subjects as divers as matters of public interest and poetry, striking a perfect balance between the pursuance of vocation and avocation.

He has been a regular contributor to many national dailies, periodicals and journals. His articles have been extremely popular and often sensational by their innovative and unorthodox thoughts.

His published works include Policing for the New Age, Policing the Police, Indian Police and Inside India in prose, and Unknown Horizons, Portraits of Passion, Simply Yours, Love & Pride, Shobha Priya, Golden Wonder and Celestial Glow in poetry. His published works in Kannada are Divya Belaku, Bhavana, Priya Chaitra Tapasvini, Ananya Priya Lavanya, Priya Geethegalu and Tapasvini.

Praveen Kumar in Celestial Glow's Works:

Books

a) Nonfiction

1) POLICING FOR THE NEW AGE
2) POLICING THE POLICE
3) INSIDE INDIA
4) INDIAN POLICE
5) POLICING THE POLICE 2 EDITION

b) English Poems

1) UNKNOWN HORIZONS
2) PORTRAITS OF PASSION
3) LOVE & PRIDE
4) SIMPLY YOURS
5) SHOBHA PRIYA
6) GOLDEN WONDER
7) CELESTIAL GLOW
8) COMPLETE WORK OF ENGLISH POEMS
9) COMPLETE WORK OF ENGLISH LOVE POEMS

c) Kannada Poems

1) DIVYA BELAKU
2) BHAVANA
3) PRIYA CHAITRA TAPASVINI
4) PRIYA GEETHEGALU
5) ANANYA PRIYA LAVANYA
6) TAPASVINI
7) SAMAGRA KANNADA KAVANAGALU (kindle)
8) POEMS CANARESE (kindle)
9) LOVE POEMS CANARESE (kindle)

d) Poem Collections

1) POETIC SOJOURN (5 PARTS)
2) RECENT POEMS
3) BOOK OF POEMS
4) BOOK OF LOVE POEMS


Articles

a) The Hindu

1) INDIAN POLICE AT A CROSSROADS (6-6-1995)
2) INTERNAL SECURITY- CHALLENGES AND APPROACH (8-8-1995)
3) INDIAN POLICE: TIME TO TAKE TOUGH DECISIONS (19-9-1995)
4) WHAT AILS PROFESSIONAL POLICING IN INDIA? (2-1-1996)
5) NEED TO LIBERATE LAW ENFORCERS FROM UNHOLY ALLIANCES (2-4-1996)
6) ROLE OF POLICE IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF INDIA (18-6-1996)
7) WHERE THEIR LOYALTIES LIE… (27-8-1996)
8) CAUGHT IN THE VICIOUS CIRCLE OF CORRUPTION (15-10-1996)
9) POLICE STRUCTURE NEEDS THE MANAGEMENT TOUCH (31-12-1996)
10) POLICE & HUMAN RIGHTS – DOES END JUSTIFY MEANS? (18-3-1997)
11) RESTORING CREDIBILITY TO CRIME INVESTIGATION (24-6-1997)
12) WHAT AILS THE INDIAN SECRET POLICE (9-9-1997)
13) POLICE UNPROFESSIONAL (20-1-1998)
14) LAW AND JUSTICE (23-6-1998)
15) POLICE MORALE ERODED BY POOR ADMINISTRATION (8-9-1998)
16) TIME TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF CIVIL SERVICE (2-3-1999)
QUALITY OF CIVIL SERVICE (19-3-1999) : letter to the Editor
As answer to UPSC response in THE HINDU dated 16-3-1999.

b) The Indian Express (Editorial Page)

1) QUOTA SYSTEM CAN WEAKEN CIVIL SERVICE (6-6-1995)
2) EMPOWERING THE CBI (10-7-1997)

c) Deccan Herald (Sunday Supplementary)

1) TOWARDS SANE SERVICE (2-7-1995)
2) LACKING VIGOUR (6-7-1997)
3) PROFESSIONAL PRIDE OF THE POLICE (28-9-1997)
4) NEED TO REVITALISE THE POLICE (23-11-1997)
5) FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE (11-11-2001)

d) The Times Of India

1) THE GUN STILL SPEAKS (21-10-1995)

e) Alive (Focus)

1) CRIME, POLITICS AND POLICE (FEBRUARY 1996)
2) CRIMINALISATION OF POLICE (JANUARY 1997)
3) THE INDIAN POLICE: MALADIES AND REMEDIES (SEPTEMBER 1998)
4) THE CRUMBLING STEELFRAME OF INDIA (NOVEMBER 1998)
5) KASHMIR: THE CORE ISSUE OF NATIONHOOD (FEBRUARY 2002)

f) IJCC

1) INVESTIGATION OF DOWRY DEATH CASES (1996 – 3)
2) INDIAN INTERNAL SECURITY BUILDUP (1998 – 4)

TV appearances

a) INTERVIEWED

1) SANCHAYA (BANGALORE DD) ON 8-6-1992
2) SANCHAYA (BANGALORE DD) ON 22-8-1994
3) PARICHAYA (UDAYA TV) ON 16-3-2000

b) PRESENTING POEMS

1) SANCHAYA (BANGALORE DD) ON 12-9-1989
2) KAVI SAMMELANA (BANGALORE DD) ON 17-10-1990

Presenting Papers

a) NATIONAL SEMINARS

1) THE CENTRE FOR POLICY RESEARCH, NEW DELHI ON 20-3-2002
(INDIAN POLITICAL REFORMS-POLICE ADMINISTRATION)

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We Blended In Bliss

I held her in my arms,
Lips to lips I gently kissed;
A fragrant fire caught us both,
Yearning then for more of each;
I pressed harder on her tender lips,
Her lips welcomed my fervid tongue;
Maddened by her sweet and wet warmth,
I moved all round inside her,
Hide and seek I played, and suck'd

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