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Install CCTVs at ration shops, streamline functioning of helpline nos: Parliamentary panel to Centre
The Standing Committee on Food, Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution has also recommended that the government should make independent surprise visits and inspections at ration shops, also called fair price shops
The Centre is taking all necessary steps to protect pilgrims, who will undertake the 43-day Amarnath Yatra, starting from 30 June. This year’s pilgrimage assumes double significance as it is being held for the first time since the abrogation of Section 370 in Jammu and Kashmir
The police found the injured victim, Akhilesh, near Rosewood Farm, Jonapur-Mandi Road. He was taken to AIIMS Trauma Centre where he died during treatment
Rickshaw driver shot dead by unidentified assailants in Bihar’s Gaya; police assures compensation from govt for kin of deceased
An auto-driver was shot dead by unknown assailants, following which his family and acquaintances staged a protest in Gaya, said Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Rajkumar Sah
Arvind Kejriwal flags off 25 new buses for Delhi under cluster scheme; 1,000 in total to be delivered by January 2020
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday flagged off the first lot of buses with unique features including hydraulic lifts for differently-abled persons under the cluster scheme.
A petition has been filed on grounds that CCTV violates the right to privacy and gives rise to stalking.
BJP's Gautam Gambhir releases 'vision document', promises expansion plans for DU, multi-speciality hospital and IPL matches in East Delhi
The former cricketer also promised to upgrade Yamuna Sports Complex and will ensure that Indian Premier League and international matches are held in his constituency. He also promised supply of piped water for every household by 2022 including unauthorised colonies and resettlement colonies.
Delhi Police arrests Rohit Shekhar Tiwari's wife in connection with his murder; cops quiz domestic helpers
A case of murder (Section 302 of Indian Penal Code) was registered on Thursday after the post mortem examination report revealed that Rohit died an “unnatural death” due to “strangulation and smothering.” After the revelations of the post-mortem report, the case was transferred to the Delhi Police's Crime Branch for further investigation.
With the cases of child abuse & sexual assaults on the rise, 9 Months presents a detailed episode on importance of CCTV cameras, pros and cons of raising a toddler in a day care v/s with grandparents, ensuring safety of their children indoors and outdoors and much more.
The Delhi High Court was told by the police on Friday that it has installed around 4,388 CCTV cameras in vulnerable areas of the national capital to ensure safety and security of women.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan launches Dial 100 Police Mobile App, hails use of technology to control crimes
Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched Dial 100 Mobile app, which will help the needy during emergencies and said that when a call is received through application, Madhya Pradesh Police will reach the location as soon as possible.
Delhi Assembly Monsoon Session: AAP to raise issue of IAS officers' conduct, CCTV cameras; BJP to corner govt on scam, water-logging
The five-day Monsoon Session of Delhi Assembly will begin from Monday where the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is expected to table bills on installation of CCTVs, menace of stray dogs and a separate public service commission for Delhi. Meanwhile, the BJP, which is in Opposition, plans to corner the Kejriwal government on the alleged bus procurement scam, demands of National Register of Citizens-like exercise in the city and the issue of water-logging.
CCTV camera row: Rift between Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi L-G intensifies as CM sits on dharna in national capital
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday stuck to his stance against the committee formed by L-G Anil Baijal to regulate use of CCTV cameras in Delhi.
Arvind Kejriwal writes to Narendra Modi, urges him to 'order' Anil Baijal to allow implementation of CCTV cameras in Delhi
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to urge him to order Baijal to allow implementation of the city's CCTV project
Ahead of UP board exams, Govt prepares to crack down on cheating mafia; STF, local intelligence roped in
Hoping to clamp down on cheating in the Uttar Pradesh board examinations, the state government will this year take help from the Special Task Force (STF) and local intelligence agencies to keep an eye on the "education mafia".
In its endeavour to provide a safe and secure travel experience to passengers, Indian Railways is pitching for the procurement of about 12 lakh CCTV cameras to ensure state-of-the-art surveillance systems.
Railways is exploring various options to fund the installation of the CCTV surveillance systems — and may even raise resources from the market if needed.
Yogi Adityanath says maintain academic ambience in institutions to avoid anti-social influence on students
Yogi Adityanath has written to vice chancellors and principals of all universities and colleges in the state expecting them to ensure academic ambience in the premises so that students are not influenced by any propaganda or anti-social elements
CCTV cameras have been installed in some state courts for live recording of proceedings, Centre tells Supreme Court
A division bench of Justice Adarsh Goel and Justice UU Lalit asked the government to explore the possibility of connecting the live recordings with the National Judicial Data Grid
Germans divided on the effectiveness of CCTV cameras in crime prevention, even as its govt pushes forth video surveillance measures
In Germany though, there is no straightforward answer to video surveillance. There are protests against video surveillance cameras in public spaces in Germany