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No ‘risk allowance’ for Special Cell, SWAT commandos in Delhi Police

web-post June 23, 2017

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has turned down a proposal by the Delhi Police, requesting a special “risk allowance” for the Special Cell — its anti-terror unit — and SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) commandos. Stating that it has recommended modifications in risk and hardship allowance in the Seventh Pay Commission, the Ministry has… Continue Reading »

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Siemens India wins first cyber security contract for power plant automation

web-post June 23, 2017

Siemens India has bagged its first order in cyber security category for power plant automation from CLP India Private Limited, the Mumbai-based wholly-owned subsidiary of CLP Holdings Limited, which is one of the largest investor-owned power businesses in Asia. Siemens will implement a cyber-security solution for CLP India’s power plant automation at Paguthan, Gujarat. The… Continue Reading »

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Traffic Management market goes into overdrive

web-post June 23, 2017

The traffic management market size is expected to grow from USD 22.96 Billion in 2017 to USD 59.48 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 21.0% during the forecast period.  This is according to the most recent report on the Traffic Management Market to 2022 just published by Marketsandmarkets. The demand… Continue Reading »

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Trade in light weapons significantly less transparent; only one-fifth recorded.

web-post June 23, 2017

The latest edition of the Small Arms Survey puts the total trade in small weapons — like handguns — and light weapons — which include mortars, grenade launchers, recoilless rifles and portable missiles and rockets — as running at $7.1 billion a year. It also says the trade in light weapons, which account for $1.1… Continue Reading »

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Hong Kong keeps open mind on CCTV surveillance in public places to deter crime

web-post June 22, 2017

Authorities in Hong kong will keep an open mind about permanently installing closed-circuit TV in public places to help maintain law and order, while being mindful of privacy concerns, the Secretary for Security Lai Tung-kwok said. He told lawmakers, the Government will “maintain an open mind” towards opinions in the community on following other cities… Continue Reading »



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