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The GST Saga Security industry grateful to RK Sinha for getting it partial relief in GST

web-post July 19, 2017

The private security industry in India that invariably has to face dejection after every union budget with it being ignored when it comes to getting tax related concessions, this time had to face an even bigger challenge. The original roll out of GST slabs had in fact let it down abysmally. The industry that deals… Continue Reading »

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Delhi Police gets high-tech interceptor vans to curb rash driving

web-post June 30, 2017

Equipped to move swiftly in all weather conditions, and even in pitch-darkness, the Delhi Traffic Police on Tuesday added 11 hi-tech interceptor vans in its fleet to add more teeth to its anti-rash driving paraphernalia. The 11 new interceptor vans can track over-speeding vehicles through laser-based cameras. A police officer said that the cameras can… Continue Reading »

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Canada proposes to overhaul its national security laws

web-post June 30, 2017

Canada has introduced extensive security legislation that includes the creation of a “super” national security review body. The Liberals say its proposed overhaul of national security laws will shed light and oversight on the activities of the country’s spy agencies. It says the changes will balance both rights and security. Critics say that does not… Continue Reading »

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Rajiv Gauba to be the next Home Secretary

web-post June 30, 2017

Urban Development Secretary Rajiv Gauba was today named as the next Home Secretary as part of a major top-level bureaucratic reshuffle effected. He will succeed Rajiv Mehrishi, who completes his term on August 30. A total of 16 secretaries have been appointed to various central government departments. The government has changed portfolios of a few… Continue Reading »

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Australian CISOs believe CEOs are breaking security rules: Symantec

web-post June 29, 2017

Nearly three-quarters, or 74 percent, of chief information security officers (CISO) in Australia believe their CEO has broken internal security protocols, either intentionally or unintentionally, a report from Symantec has found. Covering 1,100 CISOs across 11 global markets, the Symantec CISO Survey revealed that CISOs in Australia are also concerned about growing threats to enterprise… Continue Reading »



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