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Plight Of Fair Sex In An Unfair City

According to the National Crime Records Bureau, a total of 34,651 rape cases were reported in India in 2015, and of these, 17,104 cases were from Delhi alone. The numbers are scary, or is it?

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Delhi govt to install CCTV cameras in fire tenders

All fire tenders will also be equipped with global positioning system (GPS) device to monitor their movement.

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J&K govt to introduce disaster management as full-time subject

The announcement was made by state Education Minister Altaf Bukhari during a meeting with a delegation of students pursuing post-graduation in disaster management at the University of Kashmir

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Delhi Police to Hire Techies To Tackle Cyber Crime

Anil Baijal, Lt. Governor of Delhi said that Delhi Police is going to hire a dedicated technology officer to help the force to solve the cases of cyber crime

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Toxic Fumes affected 460 Schoolgirls in Delhi

The students were taken to hospitals in the neighbourhood. Barring three, who are still under observation in the Intensive Care Units of two hospitals, the rest have been discharged.

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Delhi Metro security on high alert after Russia blast

All entry and exit points of the Delhi Metro stations will be effectively secured in close coordination with the Delhi police and Metro authorities.

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Nashik To Have Separate Cyber Police Station

Nashik will have a separate cyber police station, considering rising number of crimes through internet and other online media

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Stamping Of Hand Baggage At Airports To End From April 1

The airports that will begin the new procedure from the morning of April 1 include the ones in Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Cochin and Ahmedabad.

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How Network Cameras can Improve Smart City Living

Network cameras could also enable new applications in commerce, entertainment and tourism, especially when coupled with mobile and location-based technologies

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UK experts to help Delhi in fighting air pollution risks

Indian and British experts are joining hands on a project to help tackle health problems associated with air pollution in Delhi, which affect some 46 million people in and around the country's capital city.

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