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Ibobi wishes Sonia Gandhi speedy recovery
Imphal: Manipur Chief Minister O Ibobi Singh today conveyed his best wishes for speedy recovery of UPA Chairperson and president of All India Congress Committee (AICC) Sonia Gandhi.
In a letter, the Chief Minister stated there were extreme concerns in the state over Ms Gandhi’s medical condition which necessitated surgical treatment in the United States.
However, now there was a great satisfaction to know that the UPA Chairperson was recovering following successful surgery, the Chief Minister added. (UNI)
NRL adopts Integrated Access Control System
Guwahati: The Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL) here has recently adopted the state-of-the-art ‘Integrated Access Control System’.
The facility was formally launched by MD NRL Dipak Chakravarty, a release said here today.
This latest technology will facilitate automatic monitoring and control of movement of employees, visitors, contractors and workers within the Refinery and Marketing Terminal premises of NRL.
Supplied, installed and commissioned by Firepro Systems, Bangalore, the system is equipped with sophisticated turnstiles imported from Alvarado, Canada, driven by HID Smarti Controllers and powered by HID Smarti Software.
The system will have a built-in Time and Attendance Management, Visitor Management and Security and Gate Pass Management besides Access Control. This advanced facility shall augment the security administration of the Refinery and Marketing Terminal being provided by CISF, the release added. (UNI)
NSCW prepares 25 recommendations
Kohima: The Nagaland State Commission of Women(NSCW) has listed a considerable number of recommendations that seek to check, scrutinise or deter criminals involved in various crimes.
According to a statement issued by NSWC here on Saturday, altogether 25 recommendations were made during a recent seminar here that sought to address the issue of atrocities committed against women.
The recommendations are a wide range of technological-backed anti-crime mechanisms, creation of help lines and even administrative checks such as penalising erring police officers who use intoxicants in the course of duty. Interestingly, the commission said that there are numerous complaints about the way the only Juvenile Home in Nagaland at Pherima is being run.
The NSWC alleged physical violence against the children of the stated Juvenile Home by the authorities. The Commission also called for a juvenile home, special home and short-stay home for rape victims in all the district headquarters and even in the far-flung sub-divisions, the commission said. The commission had sought a networking facility for all the police stations in Nagaland for better coordination and action as well as with their counterparts outside the state. (UNI)