One held for killing Gurgaon ATM guard

A man was arrested Monday for killing a private security guard deployed at an ATM booth here when he tried to stop robbers from looting the booth, police said.

BJP MLA caught on camera slapping toll employee near Morena

In what can be termed as another incident of politicians taking law in their own hands, BJP MLA from Madhya Pradesh`s Morena Rustam Singh and his son Rakesh Singh were caught on camera thrashing toll plaza workers.

Pune blast: Maharastra ATS prepares sketch of two suspects from CCTV grab

After managing to get a clear visual from CCTV footage of the two suspects in connection with July 10 Pune blast, the Maharastra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has now prepared their sketch to circulate it in its informant network.

UP seeks Rs 30 crores to install CCTVs in buses

Uttar Pradesh has sought Rs 30 crore from the central government to install CCTV cameras in its 9,600 buses.

Delhi Police studies Surat`s CCTV system

A Delhi Police team Tuesday went to Surat in Gujarat to study the CCTV cameras installed there in the public-private partnership (PPP) model.

FIR filed against Congress` Ajay Rai for sporting party symbol while voting

An FIR was filed against Congress candidate Ajay Rai on the directions of Election Commission (EC) after he was seen wearing party symbol while casting vote for the Lok Sabha polls in Ramnagar.

BJP wants paramilitary, CCTV at all booths in Siwan

Claiming that a fear psychosis prevailed in Siwan constituency where the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) had fielded a jailed don`s wife as its candidate, the state unit of BJP on Saturday petitioned the Election Commission (EC) to provide paramilitary forces and CCTV cameras at all 1,461 polling stations.

DTC decides to install CCTVs in 200 buses in first-phase

With an aim to keep vigil on every passenger, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has decided to install CCTVs in 200 buses, including AC and non-AC floor buses, in the first phase.

Paramilitary forces to use CCTVs, RFID tags to recruit jawans

The recruitment procedure for jawans and other junior-rank officials in central paramilitary forces of the country is set for a change as the Union Home Ministry has decided to usher transparency in the process by using gadgets like CCTV cameras and RFID tags.

CCTV cameras on UK`s roads capture 26 million images daily

Surveillance cameras on Britain`s roads have almost doubled over the last three years, capturing 26 million images daily, raising privacy concerns about numberplate recognition cameras.

Odisha Police asks temple authorities to install CCTV cameras

Temple authorities in Odisha`s Ganjam district have been directed to install CCTV cameras following the loot at the Jagannath temple at Goshaninuagaon on January 7, police said on Friday.

Abu Dhabi carrying out CCTV audit in schools

The Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has launched a CCTV audit in all private schools in the emirate of Abu Dhabi in order to protect and safeguard students.

Centre okays CCTV, panic buttons in public vehicles

The government on Thursday approved the first project under the Nirbhaya fund, approving the installation of panic buttons, CCTV cameras and GPS devices in public transport vehicles in 32 cities in India.

CCTV surveillance system launched in Kolkata

A CCTV surveillance system to improve the security of women in the metropolis was today launched at Lalbazar, the headquarters of the Kolkata Police.

`CCTV mandatory for all Gurgaon toll plazas`

The Gurgaon authorities invoked Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Act, 1973 and directed the managers and owners to install CCTV cameras of good quality at their toll plazas within 10 days.

Delhi chemist assaulted by guards of SP leader`s relative, FIR lodged

In yet another embarrassment for the Samajwadi Party, the security guards of one of its senior leader`s relative were caught on camera assaulting a local chemist for refusing to give them a cough syrup as he had run out of supplies.

Use your right to get time-bound delivery of services: Sheila Dikshit

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit exhorted people to exercise their rights in getting 116 services from 24 government departments and agencies under a legislation that makes babus liable to pay penalty to citizens for delay.

Uttarakhand: Desperate families seek video footage

Desperate relatives of people stranded in Uttarakhand on Sunday asked authorities to try to shoot video footages of relief camps run by them in the hope of sighting their kin.

Boston marathon blasts: CCTV shows suspect`s image

US investigators on Wednesday said they found an image of a suspect who may have planted the homemade bombs that killed three people and maimed scores more at the Boston marathon.

Murderer caught with body in suitcase, jailed

A murderer has been sentenced to 20 years in prison after being caught on CCTV carrying his victim`s body in a suitcase.