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  • Leakage of CCTV camera footage to news channels irks police top brass

    KARACHI: The police authorities have shown “serious concern and anger” over the leakage of footage to news channels from closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras installed across the city after every serious or high-profile incident that, on the one hand, affected investigations and, on the other, facilitated “criminal elements” to counter the video surveillance system, it emerged here on Wednesday...

    “The private company...

  • 4,000 high-definition CCTV cameras to be installed across Karachi

    KARACHI: The Sindh police have decided to install 4,000 high definition 12 megapixel closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras across Karachi in a major move to replace and augment the existing 2,200 cameras, which have become so obsolete that their footage provides little help in identifying suspects or even registration number of vehicles used in a crime...

    “At present, the Karachi police control around 2,200 CCTV cameras...

  • Time may not allow biometric, CCTV systems for by-poll: Qaim

    HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that the Sindh Rangers director-general in a recent meeting with him had brought proposal for the introduction of biometric system and installation of CCTV cameras at polling stations in the NA-246 Karachi bypoll...

    Subsequently, the DG might have made an indirect request to the Election Commission of Pakistan on his proposals, he said...

  • Sukkur court still without CCTV cameras

    SUKKUR: The Sukkur district administration has failed to install CCTV cameras inside and outside the circuit bench of the Sindh High Court building despite the court’s directives...

    Two weeks ago the court had asked the administration to install the latest CCTV system to make the court secure but the administration has so far not found any contractor to do the job, according to sources...

  • ECP wants CCTV cameras at all polling stations in NA-120

    ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Wednesday directed the chief secretary of Punjab to make arrangements for installation of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras at all polling stations in the National Assembly’s constituency NA-120 (Lahore) before the Sept 17 by-election...

    Moreover, Nadra does not have biometric information also about 2,200 voters possessing National Identity Card for Overseas Pakistanis...

  • CCTV solves school guard’s death mystery

    DERA GHAZI KHAN: The CCTV footage has solved the mystery of death of a guard at the gate of Sarwar Aali High School on Dera-Multan Road...

    The camera footage showed that Abbas Bhatti left his gun on his table which a young student picked up...

  • Medics resist monitoring through CCTV cameras

    GUJRAT: The deputy commissioner is taking steps to directly monitor functioning of the Aziz Bhatti Shaheed Teaching Hospital (ABSTH) through online closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras being linked to his office...

    The move has raised many eyebrows in the medical fraternity that terms it uncalled-for intervention in the affairs of the teaching hospital working under the health secretary...

  • CJ orders CCTV cameras in special education institutes, buses

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Monday ordered the Punjab special education department to get installed closed-circuit (CCTV) cameras in all schools for special children and also in the buses used for their transportation...

    On Monday, an education department report submitted before the court revealed that 273 schools for deaf children were functioning in the province with 2,500 teachers, 754 students and 508 buses for their pick...

  • CM irked by inoperative CCTV cameras

    He sought a report on the condition of all CCTV cameras installed in the provincial capital in a bid to make it safe against terrorist attacks...

    Shahbaz called for coordination among all the agencies responsible for ensuring the law and order for effective steps to cope with terrorism...

  • Still no CCTV cameras at some FDE schools

    Over six months have passed since the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), following brutal attack at the Army Public School in Peshawar, decided to install CCTV cameras at educational institutions...

    The FDE wasted four months before giving the contract to a firm in April, violating the rules for awarding the contract...

  • CCTV record deleted, SHC told in missing person case

    The SHC bench headed by Justice Irfan Saadat was hearing the petition filed by Ms Wajeeha who moved the court against law-enforcers for detaining her husband Mirza Saud Ali Baig...

    In Thursday’s hearing, the in-charge of the ASF stated that the CCTV record had been deleted automatically after 25 days and it could not be retrieved...

  • Half of CCTV cameras installed in Karachi out of order

    ISLAMABAD: The Senate Functional Committee on Human Rights was shocked to learn on Wednesday that half of the CCTV cameras installed in Karachi by provincial government departments were out of order...

    “There are 2,200 CCTV cameras in the city, which were installed by the City District Government, Karachi Police and the IT Department Sindh, out of which half are not working”, DIG Administration Karachi Police Ghulam Sarwar Jamali told...

  • Sindh mulls law to make CCTV footage admissible in court

    KARACHI: The Sindh government has decided to install latest CCTV cameras on all vantage points in Karachi on the pattern of London and make necessary amendments to the law to make the footage admissible as evidence in court...

    It reviewed CPEC projects and plan for their security and steps being taken to meet the challenge of flood in the wake of expected heavy rains...

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