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CISCE asks all affiliated schools to furnish safety updates

web-post September 22, 2017

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has sent a message to all affiliated institutions to accord priority to safety and furnish details of safety audit measures in the wake of the killing of a boy in a school in Gurugram. “The safety of all students in our affiliated schools is of utmost… Continue Reading »

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British Police deploy giant futuristic nets to stop vehicle attacks

web-post September 22, 2017

Scotland Yard is deploying the latest in anti-terrorism equipment designed to thwart vehicle attacks – a futuristic net bristling with tungsten steel spikes that security forces can quickly lay down like a carpet on a roadway. Called “Talon” by London’s Metropolitan Police, the barbs are designed to puncture and grip the tires, while the plastic… Continue Reading »

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CISF proposes to do away with boarding pass

web-post September 22, 2017

After doing away with hand baggage tags at over a dozen airports, aviation security agencies are now planning to dump the boarding pass collection system and begin a regime of ‘express check-in’ aided by biometrics for smooth air travel. The chief of the country’s airport security force — the CISF said that they have begun… Continue Reading »

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Fraud detection and prevention market gains traction

web-post September 22, 2017

The fraud detection and prevention market or FDP is expected to grow from USD 16.62 billion in 2017 to USD 41.59 billion by 2022, at a compound annual growth rate of 20.1%, according to newly published findings from Marketsandmarkets. The demand for solutions, which can help enterprises detect the fraudulent activities and prevent them from… Continue Reading »

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Smartwatches, CCTV cameras come under govt scanner over quality standards

web-post September 21, 2017

The ministry of electronics and information technology (Meity) has placed smart watches and CCTV cameras under its scanner in a bid to stem the flow of sub-standard and unsafe electronic goods into India. On 17 August, Meity added 13 electronic items, including smart watches and CCTV cameras, to the Electronics and Information Technology Goods (Requirement… Continue Reading »



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