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Kiran Bedi proposes 6 P concept for women safety

Kiran Bedi proposes 6 P concept for women safety

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Former cop and social activist Kiran Bedi advocated for a holistic approach towards ensuring women's safety and security involving parents, teachers as well as state.

Kiran Bedi,   6 P concept,   women safety,   security,   IPS officer,   ,  
Rajnath Singh to arrive in Israel today

Rajnath Singh to arrive in Israel today

05 Nov 2014

Jerusalem: India's security ties with Israel, including cooperation in counter terrorism, are expected to receive a major fillip during Home Minister Rajnath Singh's visit here.

Jerusalem,   India security,   Israel,   India Israel relations,   India Israel defence,   Terrorism,   Rajnath Singh,   Modi government,  
CCTV cameras to be installed at most traffic signals: Gadkari

CCTV cameras to be installed at most traffic signals: Gadkari

05 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday that the government plans to install CCTV surveillance cameras at most of the traffic signals in the country to improve road safety.

CCTV cameras,   installed at traffic signals,   Nitin Gadkari,   BJP,   security,   traffic norms,  
Rajnath Singh calls for combined efforts to tackle terrorism

Rajnath Singh calls for combined efforts to tackle terrorism

05 Nov 2014

Monaco: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday called on governments across the world to collectively address the issue of safe havens for organised criminal and terrorist groups. "Governments across the world have to collectively address the issue of safe havens for organized criminal and terrorist groups and their tainted money," said Rajnath Singh at the third Interpol ministerial meeting and general assembly here.

Rajnath Singh,   combined efforts,   tackle terrorism,   terrorism,   terror attack,   Home Minister,   BJP,   security,  
Air pollution in India cuts wheat yields by half: Study

Air pollution in India cuts wheat yields by half: Study

05 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Air pollution in India is impacting the productivity of wheat crops, reducing it by almost half, a research paper has said. Noting that India has already been negatively affected by recent climate trends, the paper said the significant decreases in yield could be attributed to two air pollutants black carbon and ground level ozone.

Air pollution,   wheat yields,   wheat crops,   Air Pollution,   climate pollutants,   global food security,  
New Zealand won't send troops to fight IS in Iraq

New Zealand won't send troops to fight IS in Iraq

05 Nov 2014

Wellington: New Zealand on Wednesday said it would not send combat troops to Iraq to directly fight the Islamic State group but it could send military personnel to help train Iraqi forces behind the front lines. Prime Minister John Key made the comments during a speech on national security in which he addressed the Pacific Island nation's response to the threat posed by the extremist group.

New Zealand,   Iraq,   Islamic State group,   Iraqi forces,   Gerry Brownlee,   Iraqi security forces,   John Key,  
Xiaomi to set up data centre in India to address <strong>security</strong> concerns

Xiaomi to set up data centre in India to address security concerns

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi will set up a data centre in the country by next year to host services for Indian customers as it looks to enhance quality of service and address concerns around data security.

Chinese smartphone,   Xiaomi,   Xiaomi data centre,   Xiaomi India,   Xiaomi host services,   Xiaomi data security,  
Russia plans nuclear summit boycott

Russia plans nuclear summit boycott

05 Nov 2014

Vienna: Russia has informed US that it will boycott the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit, potentially stripping the meeting of one of its key participants and hurting efforts initiated by President Barack Obama to reduce the threat of nuclear terrorism.

Russia,   nuclear summit boycott,   2016 Nuclear Security Summit,   Barack Obama,   nuclear terrorism,  
Forged letters on <strong>VIP</strong> <strong>security</strong> to Muslim politician unearthed

Forged letters on VIP security to Muslim politician unearthed

10 May 2012

Three forged letters directing Bihar government to provide VIP security cover to a Muslim politician have come to light after the leader approached the Home Ministry complaining against the state.

VIP security,   VIP security to politician,   Home Ministry on VIP security,  
National <strong>Security</strong> Advisor  Ajit Doval visits Burdwan blast site

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval visits Burdwan blast site

27 Oct 2014

Burdwan (WB): Top security and intelligence chiefs of the country including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Monday visited the blast site in Burdwan and assessed the progress of investigations into it.

NSA,   NIA,   NSG Chiefs,   Burdwan,   blast site,   Ajit Doval,  

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