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May 23 (04:17) 2,425 more CCTVs at CR stations, FoBs in Mumbai to ensure safer journey (m.hindustantimes.com)
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News Entry# 382631  Blog Entry# 4324073   
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These cameras will have advanced recording features, including video analytics, which will help CR get better clarity of CCTV images and recordings.
In a bid to increase the security at suburban railway stations in the city, Central Railway (CR) will install 2,425 additional closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras at platforms and foot overbridges (FoB) within a year.
These cameras will have advanced recording features, including video analytics, which will help CR get better clarity of CCTV images and recordings. The cameras will supplement the 2,500 CCTV cameras already installed at suburban stations
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on CR under the Integrated Security System (ISS).
Some of the major railway stations which will get these new cameras include Byculla (40), Parel (41), Sion (28), Mulund (41), Dombivli (41), Ghatkopar (40), Chunabhatti (30), Chembur (38), Vashi (38) and Panvel (41).
“The detailed requirement for the CCTV cameras has been prepared and they will be placed at different locations at suburban railway stations. The cameras will be procured under the Railways’ Nirbhaya fund,” said a senior CR official.
Earlier, CR had changed the position of the cameras at majority of the railway stations to cover crucial locations and focus more on the entry and exits.
Currently, Western Railway has around 2,500 CCTV cameras monitoring its suburban stations.
First Published: May 22, 2019 23:44 IST
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May 23 (04:17) 2,425 more CCTVs at CR stations, FoBs in Mumbai to ensure safer journey (m.hindustantimes.com)
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News Entry# 382630  Blog Entry# 4324072   
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These cameras will have advanced recording features, including video analytics, which will help CR get better clarity of CCTV images and recordings.
In a bid to increase the security at suburban railway stations in the city, Central Railway (CR) will install 2,425 additional closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras at platforms and foot overbridges (FoB) within a year.
These cameras will have advanced recording features, including video analytics, which will help CR get better clarity of CCTV images and recordings. The cameras will supplement the 2,500 CCTV cameras already installed at suburban stations
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on CR under the Integrated Security System (ISS).
Some of the major railway stations which will get these new cameras include Byculla (40), Parel (41), Sion (28), Mulund (41), Dombivli (41), Ghatkopar (40), Chunabhatti (30), Chembur (38), Vashi (38) and Panvel (41).
“The detailed requirement for the CCTV cameras has been prepared and they will be placed at different locations at suburban railway stations. The cameras will be procured under the Railways’ Nirbhaya fund,” said a senior CR official.
Earlier, CR had changed the position of the cameras at majority of the railway stations to cover crucial locations and focus more on the entry and exits.
Currently, Western Railway has around 2,500 CCTV cameras monitoring its suburban stations.
First Published: May 22, 2019 23:44 IST
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May 23 (04:13) Panic buttons to apps: How Railways put women’s security on track (m.hindustantimes.com)
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News Entry# 382629  Blog Entry# 4324071   
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Railways has taken steps in the past nine years to make the journey of women commuters safer.
Panic buttons on suburban trains, CCTV surveillance on local trains and at stations, a talk-back system to reach out to the train guard and apps to get police help in case of emergency — these are few of the many steps the Railways has taken in the past nine years to make the journey of women commuters safer.
A list of these measures, taken since 2011, was submitted by the Railways in response to a suo
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motu litigation the Bombay high court (HC) had initiated after taking cognisance of two HT reports, highlighting how a 25-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in a local train at Navi Mumbai and was discouraged by the Thane railway police from lodging a complaint.
Earlier on May 3, a bench of Chief Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice NM Jamdar disposed of the suo motu litigation, observing “railway authorities have understood the seriousness of the issue and are taking steps towards its redressal”. The HC also encouraged the Railways to continue with its initiatives.
According to the Railways’ responses to the HC, apart from increasing the number of policemen at stations, home guards and Maharashtra Security Corporation jawans have been deployed on railway premises to tackle petty crimes, especially offences against women.
Earlier in May, the Railways told the court that railway police were also constantly undertaking special drives to ensure the security of suburban women commuters.
Ravinder Bhaker, public relation officer, Western Railway (WR), said, “The court has been informed of initiatives like CCTV surveillance in all compartments, panic buttons and talk-back system. We also told the court that we’re currently testing a mobile app, which will allow women commuters across India to press a button in case of emergency. Through this, they can send out their location to the nearest railway police station.”
Apart from this, the Railways told the HC that it was setting up a WhatsApp group, ‘Sakhi’, to keep women commuters updated with the latest developments concerning their safety and extend necessary assistance in distress. The group would also act a platform to address safety issues and for counselling. “An app called Eye-Watch Women Security was also launched to help women seek police help in time of need,” the Railways had told the HC.
Bhaker said they have been conducting awareness drives and making use of the public address system to inform women commuters about safety measures in place and how these can be accessed. He said these steps had gone a long way in curbing crimes against women in local and outstation trains.
  
May 23 (04:12) KDMC to Central Railway: Submit details of repair work at Dombivli RoB (m.hindustantimes.com)
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News Entry# 382628  Blog Entry# 4324070   
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The bridge had been deemed unfit for use by an audit conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B). On Monday, CR wrote to KDMC to shut the RoB from May 27.
Two days after the Central Railway (CR) asked the Kalyan Dombivli Municipal Corporation (KDMC) to shut a road overbridge (RoB) near Dombivli railway station, the civic body sought details regarding the repair work that will be undertaken there.
The bridge had been deemed unfit for use by an audit conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B). On Monday, CR wrote to
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KDMC to shut the RoB from May 27.
On Wednesday, KDMC wrote to CR, asking the latter to submit the IIT-B audit report. It also asked for the agreement of cost-sharing between KDMC and railways, methodology and time frame for the repair work.
“These details are required to understand the cost of the project. The RoB connects Dombivli (West) with the rest of the city. Before shutting it down, we will need the consent of the traffic police,” said Sapna Koli, city engineer, KDMC. “The only link left will be Thakurli RoB, which passes through Railway Colony. Considering this, a joint discussion should be held between the railway and the local police.”
Koli added that she will hold a meeting with railway officials on Thursday, to discuss the details of the repair work.
  
रेलवे स्टेशन के प्लेटफार्म नंबर एक पर बाइक से पहुंचे सिपाही द्वारा ट्रेन के साथ सेल्फी लेने का मामला तूल पकड़ गया। आरपीएफ ने एसपी को पत्र भेजकर सिपाही की डिटेल मांगी है। जिससे साफ हो सकें कि वह इतनी रात में प्लेटफार्म पर बाइक लेकर क्यों पहुंचा था? वहीं दूसरी तरफ आरपीएफ ने सुरक्षा की दृष्टि से रेल कर्मियों को बाइक लेकर आने पर रोक लगाने को संबंधित विभागों को पत्राचार किया है।18 मई की रात करीब पौने एक बजे चीता मोबाइल का सिपाही बाइक लेकर प्लेटफार्म नंबर एक पर पहुंच गया था। सिपाही ट्रेन के साथ सेल्फी खींची। इस दौरान बाइक को छोड़कर वह प्लेटफार्म पर घूमने चला गया। हिन्दुस्तान ने 19 मई के अंक में खबर को प्रमुखता से प्रकाशित किया। जिस पर रेलवे सुरक्षा बल के कंपनी कमांडर ने संज्ञान लिया। उन्होंने एसपी से पत्राचार किया। उनसे सिपाही के बारे में डिटेल मांगी है।माना जा रहा है...
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कि सिपाही का नाम सामने आने के बाद थाने पर बुलाकर संबंधित अफसर द्वारा पूछताछ की जाएगी। हालांकि, अभी तक एसपी की तरफ से कोई जवाब नहीं आया। वहीं दूसरी तरफ आरपीएफ ने रेलवे स्टेशन की सुरक्षा व्यवस्था को पुख्ता करने के लिए प्लेटफार्म परिसर में वाहनों की इंट्री पर रोक लगाने का प्रयास शुरू किया। आरपीएफ ने रेलवे के सभी विभागों को पत्र जारी किया। जिससे वह अपने वाहन को स्टेशन के बाहर खड़ा कर सकें।
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