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EC mulls stricter norms for filing poll affidavits 17.12.2020 CNN-IBN: India
The Election Commission is planning to introduce new and stringent norms for filing poll affidavits in the upcoming elections.
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10 more swine flu cases in National Capital in one week 22.5.2018 DNA: Mumbai
The latest Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme (IDSP), a report by the Health Ministry reveals 10 new cases of swine flu in the national Capital in the week ending on May 13. This year, a total of 55 cases have been reported in Delhi and two people have lost their lives to the virus. The report also reveals 2,835 cases and 16 (recently updated from 12 after the new death audit report) deaths due to H1N1 fever in 2017 in Delhi as compared to only 193 cases and seven deaths in 2016. New cases started to appear in January when six cases were reported in the first week itself. The increased number of cases have caused new isolation wards being made at several hospitals in, whereas some hospitals are still using their swine flu wards as dengue/chikungunya wards. "We are prepared for the worst. All medicines, IVs are in stock and isolation wards and ICUs are available, too," said Dr VK Tiwari, Medical Superintendent, Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. The surge in cases had led the Delhi government to issue ...
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Three held for burglaries in Connaught Place shops 22.5.2018 DNA: Mumbai
Three persons including an Ola cab driver have been arrested by the Delhi Police from Janpath Radial on Sunday for carrying out burglaries at four shops in the Connaught Place area. The shops included showrooms of Raymond, US Polo, Reebok and a meat shop. The accused have been identified as Raju Paneer Silvam (57), Sanjeev Kumar alias Raja (48) and Nandu Rawat (32). Two of the accused including the cab driver were arrested last year as well in connection with several robberies in the Rohini area. Sunday's arrests have come after a series of complaints of burglary were reported at the Connaught Place Police Station throughout May this year. "Footages from several CCTV cameras in the Inner Circle were analysed following which it came to the fore that three persons had come in a white Tata car between 3 am and 5 am on the nights of the burglaries. Accordingly, we noted the last four digits of the car's number and formed a team to trace it," said Madhur Verma, DCP, New Delhi. The police team then developed ...
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CCTV project: AAP claims ‘motivated campaign’ 22.5.2018 Hindu: Health
It is shocking and sad that the level of discourse has turned non-serious, says govt
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Congress tells L-G to initiate CBI inquiry 22.5.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
‘Delhi govt had inflated cost of the project’
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3 Arrested For Committing Showroom Burglaries In Connaught Place 21.5.2018 NDTV News - Top-stories
Three men have been arrested for carrying out burglaries late at night in branded showrooms in Connaught Place, the police said today.
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AAP govt alleges misinformation campaign being run to 'derail' CCTV camera project 21.5.2018 General News
The AAP government today alleged that "vested interests" were running a misinformation campaign against its ambitious project to install 1.5 lakh CCTV cameras in Delhi, and hinted that "big private players" were behind it. The government indicated that the private players were fuelling the campaign after they lost during the bidding process. Welcoming a "healthy" discussion on any of its policies, the government in a statement said it was "shocking" that the discourse over the project has been reduced to a "non-serious and improper" debate. "In case of CCTV cameras in residential areas project, it has been noticed that vested interests are making desperate attempts to spread misinformation through a motivated campaign, giving rise to reasonable suspicion that big private players, who have lost the tender bid to a public sector enterprise could be behind the entire mischief," it said. The Kejriwal government is at loggerheads with Lt Governor Anil Baijal on the issue of CCTV camera ...
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Three held for burglaries in Connaught Place showrooms 21.5.2018 General News
Three persons have been arrested on charges of committing burglaries in showrooms in Connaught place in the heart of Delhi, police said on Monday.
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Man Accused Of Trespassing Forced To Walk Naked Allegedly By Delhi Cops 21.5.2018 NDTV News - Cities
A man accused in a decade-old case relating to trespassing was paraded naked in southwest Delhi allegedly by police officers who had gone to arrest him. A lone CCTV camera installed in the area...
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CCTV in men's loo has students fuming 21.5.2018 General News
Students of Dharam Samaj Degree College in Aligarh are upset with the college authorities' decision of installing Closed-Circuit TV (CCTV) cameras in the men's toilet.While the students have called the move as the invasion of their privacy, the college administration, on the other hand, maintain that the cameras have been placed to keep a check on the incidents of using washrooms for cheating in the examinations.The principal of the college Dr Hem Prakash told ANI, "CCTVs have been installed to reduce cheating. Students used to hide chits in their clothes."He also claimed that that this does not invade privacy and that "there is no need to protest.
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Delhi shocker: Teenage domestic help chopped into pieces for demanding... 21.5.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Delhi shocker: Teenage domestic help chopped into pieces for demanding...
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Panel to regulate CCTV installation in Delhi 21.5.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
A six-member committee, constituted by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal earlier this month, is likely to regulate the installation of CCTV cameras in private and government buildings in the national capital. According to the sources, the committee, headed by Delhi Principal Secretary (Home) Manoj Parida, is currently in the process of preparing the standard operating procedure (SOP) for the installation and monitoring of CCTV cameras across the city. Parida is likely to convene a second meeting of the panel next week. The first meeting was held on May 11, ignoring the Delhi government's objection. The AAP dispensation has termed the committee "illegal and unconstitutional". A senior government official said the committee was also working on modalities for installation of CCTV cameras in private buildings to ensure that privacy of any individual was not "disturbed". "The committee is seeking suggestions from experts and all stakeholders to prepare common framework for installation and monitoring of CCTV ...
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Domestic Help Killed, Chopped In Pieces Because She "Asked For Salary" 21.5.2018 NDTV News - Latest
A 16-year-old girl was killed and her body was chopped into three pieces by the person who had brought her from Jharkhand to get her employed as a domestic help in Delhi, after she demanded her...
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Girl killed by man who brought her to Delhi to work as maid 21.5.2018 General News
A 16-year-old girl was killed and her body was chopped into three pieces by the person who had brought her from Jharkhand to get her employed as a domestic help in Delhi, after she demanded her salary, police said today. The body parts of the girl was found in a drain on May 4, a day after she was killed. After the body was found, police scanned the footage from CCTV cameras installed in Mianwali Nagar and the tenants of nearly 200 homes in the area were "analysed", police said. Police received a tip-off that one of the tenants, a resident of Jharkhand, was missing since the girl's killing. A raid was conducted at his village but he was not there. Later, police learnt that the man was expected to visit his rented accommodation in Delhi on May 17. A trap was laid and he was arrested. The man, Manjeet Karketa, confessed that he killed the girl with help from two other people, including a woman. During interrogation, he revealed that the three persons used to lure young and poor girls ...
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Teen domestic help killed for demanding salary, one held 21.5.2018 Hindu: Home
Victim from Jharkhand; body was chopped into three pieces
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Citizens miffed with Delhi government, L-G Anil Baijal over delay in CCTV installation 20.5.2018 DNA: Opinion
As the tussle between Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi Government and Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Anil Baijal continues over the installation of CCTV cameras in the national capital, the citizens are disappointed and want the deadlock to end at the earliest. The installation of CCTV cameras in Delhi was one of the key electoral planks of the AAP in 2015 to improve citizens' safety. The issue has surfaced several times over the last three years as the installation of cameras remains an unfulfilled poll promise. It again grabbed headlines recently as the AAP started protesting against the L-G's alleged intervention in the matter. "As a woman, I don't feel safe in Delhi. More CCTV cameras would be really helpful to keep a check on crimes and identify criminals," said Soumya Johri, a resident of Dwarka. Johri said the ongoing tussle was serving no purpose and should end at the earliest. "The interests of citizens should be the priority, not the interests of politicians." As the crime rate in Delhi shows no ...
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New Delhi: LG-appointed panel likely to regulate installation of CCTV cameras in national capital 20.5.2018 DNA: Top News
A six-member committee, constituted by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal earlier this month, is likely to regulate the installation of CCTV cameras in private and government buildings in the national capital, a source has said. The committee, headed by Delhi Principal Secretary (Home) Manoj Parida, is currently in the process of preparing the standard operating procedure (SOP) for the installation and monitoring of CCTV cameras across the city. Parida is likely to convene a second meeting of the panel next week. The first meeting was held on May 11, ignoring the Delhi government's objection. The AAP dispensation has termed the committee as "illegal and unconstitutional". A senior government official said that the committee was also working on modalities for the installation of CCTV cameras in private buildings to ensure that privacy of any individual was not "disturbed". "The committee is seeking suggestions from experts and all stakeholders to prepare common framework for installation and monitoring of ...
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Panel Likely To Regulate Installation Of CCTV Cameras In Delhi 20.5.2018 NDTV News - Latest
A six-member committee, constituted by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal earlier this month, is likely to regulate the installation of CCTV cameras in private and government buildings in the national...
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LG-appointed panel likely to regulate installation of CCTV cameras in Delhi 20.5.2018 General News
A six-member committee, constituted by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal earlier this month, is likely to regulate the installation of CCTV cameras in private and government buildings in the national capital, a source has said. The committee, headed by Delhi Principal Secretary (Home) Manoj Parida, is currently in the process of preparing the standard operating procedure (SOP) for the installation and monitoring of CCTV cameras across the city. Parida is likely to convene a second meeting of the panel next week. The first meeting was held on May 11, ignoring the Delhi government's objection. The AAP dispensation has termed the committee as "illegal and unconstitutional". A senior government official said that the committee was also working on modalities for the installation of CCTV cameras in private buildings to ensure that privacy of any individual was not "disturbed". "The committee is seeking suggestions from experts and all stakeholders to prepare common framework for installation .
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CCTVs in private buildings, govt. schools may be regulated 19.5.2018 Hindu: Cities
Panel’s terms of reference state needs of privacy and security must be balanced
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