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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.
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.
University admin plays the issue down saying the proposal has been pending for long.
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.
The objective of the CCTV project is to ensure safety and security of the passengers, particularly of women commuters, through a video surveillance system and panic buttons in the buses.
The railways had recently identified 983 railway stations for the installation of CCTV cameras using the Nirbhaya Fund.
The fund was set up following an announcement in the 2013 Union Budget after the brutal gangrape of a Delhi girl on December 16, 2012, that had sparked a nationwide outrage.
The Delhi transport department has begun the process of equipping 6,350 DTC and cluster buses with CCTV cameras by seeking to hire a consultant for helping it in executing the project.
The Kochi Corporation’s new ferry service slated to take off within a few weeks between Fort Kochi and Vypeen will have an additional security feature: CCTV cameras.
They say that instead of draining money to welcome Modi and Ivanka, the government could have spent on improving civic amenities.
It is now mandatory to install CCTV cameras in all places that see at least 100 people every day.
The top court said the installation of CCTV cameras in the courts would be in larger public interest, discipline and security.
For the first time ever, Southern Railway has installed CCTV cameras in a WAP 7 locomotive to monitor loco pilots during train operation.
The court's directions came on a petition alleging that 47 inmates in Tihar jail were mercilessly beaten up by security personnel inside the prison and that their human rights were violated.