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Smart Or Not, Everyone Wants A Safe City

Cities are doing everything to become smarter. But, are they paying enough attention to safety as well?

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India Gets First Train With Full Surveillance

Railways aims to equip more trains with such facilities to curb crime against women and reduce thefts and other such incidents in trains

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Centre accepts proposal to fund CCTV cameras in DTC buses

The central government has accepted Delhi government's proposal to release Rs 125 crore from its 'Nirbhaya Fund' for installation of CCTV cameras in DTC buses

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Mumbai now under CCTV surveillance, CM launches proj phase-I

Face detection, number plate identification and data analysis system facilities will also be available after the entire project is completed, says Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis

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First phase of Mumbai CCTV camera network to be launched next week

For the project, around 1,400 CCTV cameras will be set up in the south zone, comprising areas in Central and South Mumbai, in the first phase

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Wi-Fi, CCTV cameras in some DTC buses by December

The Delhi government has decided to install CCTV cameras and provide Wi-Fi facility to commuters travelling in Delhi Transport Corporation buses by December this year

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Proposal on CCTV cameras in city will be ready in a month: Satyendra Jain

The Public Works Department have been asked by the government to lit up all dark spots in Delhi and bring a proposal to put CCTV cameras all over the city soon

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Securing Smart Cities

Examples of innovative policing from across the country offer ideas that need to be woven into a new, integrated approach to tackle old crimes and new threats

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Punjab Deputy CM seeks more funds from Centre for smart city

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal has sought Rs 2,500 crore, for Ludhiana, from the centre under the smart city project

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Greenpeace proposes solar street lights for Delhi's dark spots

The international NGO, Greenpeace India, has proposed lighting up of dark spots in the city using solar street light systems to make such areas crime-proof and safe for women and children

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