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Germans divided on the effectiveness of CCTV cameras in crime prevention, even as its govt pushes forth video surveillance measures
News & Analysis

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

Smart City projects need CCTV video surveillance standards to ensure future stability of data, say experts
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Smart City projects need CCTV video surveillance standards to ensure future stability of data, say experts

Globally, these are the basics of any investment in CCTV as this not only ensures the return on investment, but it also the future scalability and stability of data.

Two held in Chandigarh for breaking into Sai Dham temple, stealing Rs 10 lakh
India

Two held in Chandigarh for breaking into Sai Dham temple, stealing Rs 10 lakh

The police arrested two persons for allegedly stealing around Rs 10 lakh from a temple in Chandigarh. The theft happened at the Sai Dham temple in Sector 29 in the early hours of Friday

16 December gangrape convicts in 'depression', lawyers demand review
India

16 December gangrape convicts in 'depression', lawyers demand review

The four convicts in the 16 December gangrape case are fighting "depression" since the confirmation of their death sentence by the Supreme Court, even as their lawyers are pinning hopes on review petitions to be filed in the court.

Demonetisation: Why now spread the indelible ink, leave the depositors and withdrawers alone
Politics

Demonetisation: Why now spread the indelible ink, leave the depositors and withdrawers alone

The government seems to say it would use different inks (colors) but the moot question is why harass depositors and withdrawers at all

Delhi Assembly decides to install CCTVs at the offices of AAP MLAs
Politics

Delhi Assembly decides to install CCTVs at the offices of AAP MLAs

CCTV cameras will be installed and civil defence volunteers deployed in the offices of AAP MLAs.

Panic buttons, CCTV cameras and tracking devices to soon be mandatory for buses: Nitin Gadkari
India

Panic buttons, CCTV cameras and tracking devices to soon be mandatory for buses: Nitin Gadkari

It will be mandatory for public transport buses to install emergency buttons, CCTV cameras and vehicle tracking devices to ensure safety of women commuters and the government will issue notification on these norms on 2 June, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday.

No proposal before govt to give central funds for CCTVs in schools: Smriti Irani
India

No proposal before govt to give central funds for CCTVs in schools: Smriti Irani

There is no proposal before the government to provide central grants to state governments for installing CCTV cameras in schools, Smriti Irani said.

Stumped by Indrani incident, Maharashtra mulls CCTV in jail cells despite privacy murmur
India

Stumped by Indrani incident, Maharashtra mulls CCTV in jail cells despite privacy murmur

After Indrani Mukerjea's alleged suicide attempt, the Maharashtra prison department is mulling over installing CCTV cameras inside jail cells.

Nearly 7 years since 26/11 attacks, Mumbai gets first CCTV cameras as part of city surveillance network
Mumbai

Nearly 7 years since 26/11 attacks, Mumbai gets first CCTV cameras as part of city surveillance network

The first CCTV cameras as part of a surveillance network planned for Mumbai after the 26/11 terror attacks will become functional from Wednesday in selected areas of south Mumbai.

After oil ministry espionage, govt to install CCTV cameras in ministry corridors
India

After oil ministry espionage, govt to install CCTV cameras in ministry corridors

In the aftermath of the Petroleum Ministry espionage case, the government is planning to install CCTV cameras in the corridors of several ministries.

Railways eyes RFID tags for wagons, coaches and locomotives
India

Railways eyes RFID tags for wagons, coaches and locomotives

Railways is likely to propose the use of radio-frequency identification tags in its upcoming budget for tracking and tracing of wagons, coaches and locomotives even as the public transporter looks to leverage information technology in a big way to improve services.

Security intensified in national capital for Delhi polls on Saturday
Politics

Security intensified in national capital for Delhi polls on Saturday

Ahead of Saturday's Delhi Assembly elections, security has been beefed up in the national capital.

AAP promises 2 lakh toilets for women, fast-track courts for rape cases in Delhi
Politics

AAP promises 2 lakh toilets for women, fast-track courts for rape cases in Delhi

Two lakh public toilets for women, new courts to fast-track rape cases and Wi-Fi connected CCTV cameras were some of the promises made by the AAP Wednesday in the second round of its 'Delhi Dialogue' programme which focused on women.

My married life was torture, says wife of gay techie arrested under Sec 377
Life

My married life was torture, says wife of gay techie arrested under Sec 377

The wife of the gay software engineer, who was arrested under Section 377 after she complained to the police, told Red FM in an interview that she went to the police because of her husband's attitude and the betrayal she faced and not because of his sexual orientation.

CCTV cameras to be set up in traffic signals to improve road safety, says Gadkari
Politics

CCTV cameras to be set up in traffic signals to improve road safety, says Gadkari

Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday that the government plans to install CCTV surveillance cameras at most of the traffic signals in the country to improve road safety.

From CCTV to sudden calls: PM Modi keeps MPs on a tight leash
Politics

From CCTV to sudden calls: PM Modi keeps MPs on a tight leash

Modi has already unleashed the cat among the pigeons, so to say, by making it clear to all his ministers, bureaucrats and government servants alike that his supreme template of governance is zero tolerance on corruption.

Girl's colleges, hostels to get CCTV cameras: UP government
India

Girl's colleges, hostels to get CCTV cameras: UP government

Principal Secretary (home department) Neeraj Gupta issued orders on Wednesday night for installation of CCTV cameras at entry gates, college premises, hostel gates of all the girls's colleges for security reasons.

 World-class security? KCR promises Hyderabad 10,000 CCTV cameras
India

World-class security? KCR promises Hyderabad 10,000 CCTV cameras

"Hyderabad city has got international recognition. We will make it a world-class city with law and order as top priority," KCR said, addressing the Telangana formation day parade here on Monday afternoon.

CCTV cameras needed in ladies compartments of trains: Committee
India

CCTV cameras needed in ladies compartments of trains: Committee

Installation of CCTV camera and emergency alarm bells in ladies compartments in trains are among a series of steps recommended by a parliamentary committee for safe travel by women.