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Karnataka Government rushes to fill chinks in High Court’s armour 9.9.2011 DNA: Top News
State home minister R Ashoka, accompanied by Karnataka high court (HC) chief justice JS Khehar, inspected security arrangements at the High Court.
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CCTVs ready, PMC ladder missing 9.9.2011 Mid-Day: Pune
Police say they can't execute orders to install hi-tech CCTV cameras for Ganapati immersion as civic body still to provide them hydraulic ladder In the wake of the Delhi High Court blast, city police are taking precautions by tightening the security for Ganapati visarjan this weekend. But police officials on the ground are finding it difficult to execute the orders, as the civic body has not supplied hydraulic ladders required to install the CCTV cameras. A team of technicians displays the hi-tech JVC CCTV cameras Almost 14 hi-tech CCTV cameras need to be installed between the City Post chowk and Alaka -- the stretch that processions for Ganapati visarjan will pass through. "Though the imported CCTVs arrived two days ago, delay in installation is only because of the non-cooperation from the PMC vehicle depot," Inspector Arjun Sakunde from Vishrambaug police station said. "We have finalised our locations and the spots where CCTV cameras need to be installed." Technical expert Bharat ...
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CCTV cameras to be installed in High Court 9.9.2011 NIE: States
Security at the Karnataka High Court has been beefed up with the introduction of new security measures.
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Judges, lawyers discuss security issue with SP 9.9.2011 Hindu: Cities
Judges of the Madras High Court Bench here and office-bearers of various Bar Associations had a joint meeting with Superintendent of Police Asra Garg in the chambers of the senior-most judge P. Jy...
ISI, MQM Brief Pak Supreme Court on Karachi Situation 9.9.2011 Outlook Wires
A day after a top paramilitary officer described the situation in Karachi as worse than terrorism-hit South Waziristan, Pakistan Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Choudhry today warned that such situations lead to military takeovers.
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Two days on, how safe are Delhi's courts? 9.9.2011 CNN-IBN: India
A status check of all the other court premises in the capital showed that we do nothing to make the job of a terrorist difficult.
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Delhi blast: CCTVs can wait, Skoda Lauras can't 9.9.2011 DNA: Top News
Judges’ cars are replaced in a year time and the Chief Justice’s court gets renovated in two month’s time.
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2.31 cr pledged for CCTV cameras 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
2.31 cr pledged for CCTV cameras
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City first in state to get largest video surveillance 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
City first in state to get largest video surveillance
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10 mandals in PCMC areas comply with police orders 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
10 mandals in PCMC areas comply with police orders
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Police ban vehicles near prominent mandals 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Police ban vehicles near prominent mandals
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Govt offices wait endlessly for CCTVs 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Govt offices wait endlessly for CCTVs
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ISI, MQM brief Pak Supreme Court on Karachi situation 9.9.2011 Oneindia.in: News
Karachi, Sept 9: A day after a top paramilitary officer described the situation in Karachi as worse than terrorism-hit South Waziristan, Pakistan Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Choudhry on THursday warned that such situations lead to military takeovers.The comments from the Chief
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PMC's plan to install cameras at public places gathers dust 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
PMC's plan to install cameras at public places gathers dust
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Lawyers seek more security at HC 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Lawyers seek more security at HC
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CCTVs will keep watch in HC from today 9.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
CCTVs will keep watch in HC from today
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A day later, high court is back to business 9.9.2011 Mid-Day: Delhi
There was tight security and only a few cases were heard on Thursday The after-effects were visible, but a day after thirteen people were killed and more than seventy injured in a blast outside its premises, Delhi High Court was back to business. The everyday buzz was dead. The car parking area, which is otherwise so packed that it is difficult to negotiate even on foot, remained more or less empty - one could count the number of cars on fingers. The dozen odd street hawkers, who'd be a common sight on any other week day, were also all gone. Close watch: A Delhi police commando stands guard in front of Delhi High Court in the Capital on Thursday. A powerful bomb ripped through a packed reception area at one of the entrances of the court on Wednesday, killing 13 people and injuring more than 70. Pic/Imtiyaz Khan The resident lawyers, who're generally seen walking in and out of the gates at rush hour, were also noticeably fewer in numbers and seemed a bit on edge. Their usual chatter ...
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Chidambaram must resign 9.9.2011 DNA: Top News
Mumbai was the target for terrorists on most occasions, but this time Delhi was the target.
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Courts fortified, but chinks in armour 9.9.2011 TOI: Delhi Times
Courts fortified, but chinks in armour
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CCTVs: HC turns to ECIL, dumps PWD 9.9.2011 TOI: Delhi Times
CCTVs: HC turns to ECIL, dumps PWD
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