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HC rejects cheap Chinese CCTV cams, prefers high quality ones

web-post October 9, 2017

A quality-conscious Gujarat High Court has decided not to install low quality closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras made in China in subordinate courts and tribunals across the State. The administrative wing of the high court took the decision after receiving feedback from lower court and high court officials seeking installation of superior quality and durable cameras… Continue Reading »

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Foot overbridges compulsory, CCTV cameras must in local trains: Rail minister

web-post October 6, 2017

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal directed officials “to spend whatever is necessary” for passenger safety as he announced steps to prevent disasters such as a stampede at a busy Mumbai suburban train station that killed 23 people. Goyal chaired marathon meetings with railway officials in the past two days as the stampede revived safety questions engulfing… Continue Reading »

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Vodafone, Videocon Wallcam partner for 4G based CCTV solutions

web-post October 4, 2017

Telecom operator Vodafone has said it has partnered with Videocon Wallcam to enable mobile phone based surveillance using 3G or 4G connection. Meanwhile, Videocon Wallcam unveiled new closed circuit television (CCTV) camera that will have slot for 4G mobile sim. “We are delighted to partner with Videocon Wallcam to introduce India’s first 4G enabled and… Continue Reading »

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Jamaica looking at Public-Private Partnership to expand CCTV coverage

web-post September 29, 2017

Jamaican Prime Minister, Andrew Holness, says the Government is looking to partner with the private sector to expand closed-circuit television (CCTV) coverage across the island. “We are hoping to work with businesses that already have cameras…we are developing a protocol in which we can use privately owned cameras to point in the public’s direction and… 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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Haryana govt to amend law on students’ safety

web-post September 21, 2017

Following seven-year-old student Pradyuman Thakur’s murder in a Gurgaon school, the Haryana government has announced that the law related to the safety of students would be amended. State Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma said it would be amended in the ensuing session of the Assembly. Education department officials have the power to give directions to… Continue Reading »

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Delhi Police asks schools to audit security, install CCTV cameras

web-post September 15, 2017

Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik has asked district police chiefs to ensure that schools in their areas have adequate security measures in place, after a five-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a peon inside the premises of a private school in Shahdara. The deputy commissioners of police (DCPs) of all districts have been asked to… Continue Reading »

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Court Rooms, Tribunals in country to have CCTV Cameras to record proceedings

web-post August 24, 2017

Taking the historic step, the Supreme Court has ordered the installation of CCTV cameras in all states and union territories to record proceedings in trial courts and tribunals across the country. “Installation of CCTV cameras is useful to achieve objective of transparent judicial system,” said a bench of Justices Adarsh K Goel and Uday U… Continue Reading »

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Shortage of CCTV, turns Delhi police to body worn cameras

web-post August 24, 2017

Due to shortage of CCTV cameras in the city, Delhi Police will soon get body cameras to record the movements in the area where they are deployed. Delhi Police have been planning to buy these body cameras since long and recently, the Delhi Commission for Women has also asked the Delhi Police to start using… Continue Reading »

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CCTV cameras to be installed in Karnataka court premises

web-post August 18, 2017

Taking exception to the delay in installing CCTV cameras in the District Court premises, District in-Charge Secretary Mohammed Mohsin has directed PWD officials to take steps to set up the cameras. Mr. Mohsin’s instruction has taken significance after a shoot-out at the court premises recently, when the criminal, Bagappa Harijan, was shot at by an… Continue Reading »



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