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The top court, while referring to the CCTV grab of convict Ajmal Kasab at Victoria Terminus railway station, said it had proved detrimental for him during the trial.
AKESSIA has come out against the whispering campaign in the ‘black stickers’ episode which said it is a ploy by CCTV camera manufacturers.
An unidentified man broke open the window of Muthoot Finance’s office in JJ Nagar, on Mysore Road, to commit burglary last Sunday night.
The Railways will make a provision of around Rs 3,000 crore in its budget for 2018-19 to install CCTV systems in all 11,000 trains -- including premier and suburban services.
Delhi government's additional standing counsel Gautam Narayan further informed the court that a total of 2,613 CCTV cameras were installed in over 30 city government's hospitals.
A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said the matter will be listed in due course of time.
This will cover 996 examination centres at both government and private colleges.
With timely action and the help of the building owner and villagers, police arrested three persons of a six-member gang who tried to loot an ATM machine at Santekadur.
Two youths are thrashed and punched by a gang of goons during New Year celebrations in the posh Indiranagar area in Bengaluru in a video that has gone viral.
Chinese state media say a pool of oil from a sunken tanker is burning in the East China Sea.
University admin plays the issue down saying the proposal has been pending for long.
The victim, a security guard, M Mahalakshmi Naidu was arrested on charges of killing his wife in a fit of rage after a heated argument on October 14 last year before being granted a conditional bail.
Human Resources Development Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao has directed the officials to effectively implement jumbling system in intermediate practical examinations. Jumbling system should also be app
The West Bengal government has decided to install CCTV cameras in university campuses in the state to ensure safety and security of students as well as teaching and non-teaching staff members.
NCP MLA Kandhal Jadeja, on bail after a case was registered against him for `rioting' at a police station earlier this week, was today again named in a case of assault.