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... The sniper attack by a “lone wolf”, which took a heavy toll of innocent lives at a Sunday night country music concert in Las Vegas, has been described as the deadliest shoot-out in modern US history. This happened in the richest and most powerful democracy in the world on the heels of similar attacks carried out by small groups of terrorists in London. The change in the pattern of global urban terrorist attacks is clearly discernible. Instead of large groups of trained and armed terrorists attacking targets selected by their masters, we see lone wolf attackers targeting large gatherings. As a former internal security professional, I am struck by the contrast in the reactions to such attacks by the political leadership, public, police and media in the US and those in our own country. ...Indian Express on Oct. 11, 2017, 1:15 a.m.
...PTI Photo for representation –By Anil Chowdhury The two recent incidents of attack on children inside their school premises in the national capital region of Delhi have sent shock waves across the country. Parents are up in arms asking the government and school managements to ensure that prescribed safety and security norms are followed by all schools, government as well as private. The media has been carrying versions and comments of anguished parents, school authorities, government officials and the police, all stakeholders offering their own explanations on how and why the task is beyond their competence. ...Indian Express on Sept. 16, 2017, 12:57 a.m.
...Just poignant pictures of the injured being rushed to hospital, expressions of sympathy for the families of those killed and injured, and a serious resolve to leave no stone unturned in bringing the perpetrators to book on the part of those in authority from the highest (the US president) to the lowest (the district attorney) in severely restrained tones.The prompt and efficient response of emergency services like the police and ambulances, and even from the public, was another aspect of the sharp contrast with the Indian scene.But to be fair to ourselves, the pressure of crowds and media persons and the general indiscipline make the task much more difficult.One has been watching the reactions of our own politicians, who point fingers at each other over intelligence/policing failures after similar strikes. ...Indian Express on April 18, 2013, 12:25 a.m.