Writers’ hawk eyes
- Malaysia Airlines plane with 5 Indians onboard missing, presumed crashed off Vietnam coast
- Bharatiya Janata Party releases second list of candidates for Lok Sabha elections
- No compromise with live-ins or gay rights, moral values supreme: RSS
- In Mumbai, new warship system malfunctions, Navy officer killed
- I'm not a terrorist, Modi should have met me: Arvind Kejriwal
In all, 46 surveillance cameras have been installed inside the protected zone of the Writers' Buildings.
Movements of people in the protected zone, that houses the offices of chief minister and other senior ministers, are closely monitored through the cameras.
Even the constables on duty are closely watched. If found not vigilant enough, they are summoned to the control room and warned.
Police say the unprotected zones at the state administrative headquarters will also be brought under electronic surveillance soon by installing 52 more cameras.
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- Complaint against Kejriwal: Kutch cops gather evidence
- AAP chief to hold first public meeting in Gujarat today
- Nominations for North Bangalore primary begin
- ‘Our campaigning in the state will be out of the box’
- ‘Aai Retire Hotey’ to take the stage for 100th time today