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GPS installed in Berhampur police vans

GPS installed in Berhampur police vans

09 Sep 2014

Berhampur (Odisha): In a bid to enhance efficiency of the police, a Global Positioning System (GPS) was installed in Police Control Room (PCR) vans in this south Odisha town increasing their area of coverage.

Berhampur police,   Police vans,   GPS,   PCR,   Mobile telephone,   Crimal activites,   Combat criminals,  
Security agencies upbeat as possible Modi govt may take stern decisions

Security agencies upbeat as possible Modi govt may take stern decisions

14 May 2014

New Delhi: With exit polls results that seem to be clearing the deck for forming BJP-led NDA government at the Centre, security agencies of the country wear upbeat look as possible Modi government could take stern stand for tackling tentacles of external and internal terror elements.

Narendra Modi,   security agencies,   security agencies exited,   general elections 2014,   Modi government,   CRPF,   tracking criminals,   ,  
Tripura to set up new system to track <strong>criminals</strong>

Tripura to set up new system to track criminals

31 Dec 2013

Agartala: A Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS) would be set up in Tripura as part of a nation-wide scheme to track criminals, an officer said on Tuesday.

Tripura,   CCTNS,   Manik Sarkar,   tracking criminals,   new system to track criminals,   ,  
NASA successfully launches first carbon-<strong>tracking</strong> satellite

NASA successfully launches first carbon-tracking satellite

02 Jul 2014

Washington: NASA today successfully launched a satellite designed to track atmospheric carbon dioxide, a leading human-produced greenhouse gas responsible for global warming.

NASA,   carbon-tracking satellite,   carbon dioxide,   American space agency,   satellite,   carbon dioxide,   monitoring satellite,  
Apple denies Chinese report of location <strong>tracking</strong> security risk

Apple denies Chinese report of location tracking security risk

15 Jul 2014

New York: US technology giant Apple is fighting Chinese claims that the iPhone threatens national security through its ability to track and time-stamp a user's location.

Apple,   Chinese,   iOS 7,   CCTV,   GPS geolocation ,  
Uma Bharti accuses Uttar Pradesh government of shielding <strong>criminals</strong>

Uma Bharti accuses Uttar Pradesh government of shielding criminals

20 Jul 2014

Lalitpur (UP): Union Minister Uma Bharti on Sunday slammed the Samajwadi Party government over the deteriorating law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh and accused it of "shielding" criminals and rapists.

Uma Bharti,   Samajwadi Party,   law and order situation,   Uttar Pradesh,   crime against women,  
LG launches LifeBand Touch for fitness <strong>tracking</strong>

LG launches LifeBand Touch for fitness tracking

10 Jun 2014

New Delhi: LG Electronics have launched its fitness tracking wristband - ‘LifeBand Touch’ that syncs with the LG Fitness app on an iPhone, iPad or Android device.

LG,   Lifeband Touch,   fitness tracking,   fitness tracking LifeBand,   LifeBand touch launched,   ,  
New health tracker to diagnose flu, assess fertility

New health tracker to diagnose flu, assess fertility

23 Jun 2014

Washington: Leaving your house to take some lab tests could be a thing of the past! A new health-tracking device uses a swab of saliva, nasal fluid or blood to provide simple, at-home medical diagnosis.

Health tracker,   diagnosing flu,   fertility,   health-tracking device,   medical diagnosis,  
Aircraft <strong>tracking</strong> changes mulled after MH370 mystery

Aircraft tracking changes mulled after MH370 mystery

13 May 2014

Montreal: Tracking aircraft by satellite, cloud storage of black box data and other technological innovations were being considered by aviation officials in the wake of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370's disappearance.

Malaysian plane,   Missing Malaysian plane probe,   MH370 probe,   Malaysian airlines,   Malaysia Airlines flight ,  
Fast-<strong>tracking</strong> stalled highway projects top priority: Krishan Pal

Fast-tracking stalled highway projects top priority: Krishan Pal

29 May 2014

New Delhi: Fast-tracking highway projects that took a hit during UPA regime is top priority for the new government, Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways and Shipping Krishan Pal said on Thursday.

Krishan Pal,   highway projects,   stalled highway projects,   fast-tracking highway projects,   Road Transport & Highways and Shipping,   Krishan Pal,  

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