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BSP chief Mayawati, Talking about the rules, The cameras will be installed before the new session begins in July, said Chief Security Officer (CSO) P K Dhawan The estimated cost of each of the cameras will be Rs 50000 Compared to the normal cameras – worth around Rs 5000 to Rs 6000 – that are currently in place on the campusthese high resolution cameras can capture images with better clarity The total estimated cost of these cameras – to be installed at the three entrance gates of the university – was Rs 15 lakh Thefts at the university campus and the parking lot have become common in the last couple of months Few months agoa group of miscreants had taken away valuables from a car by breaking the rear windshield glass of the car in one of the parking lots in the campus Alsothe number of complaints regarding sexual harassment received by the security office as well as the university authorities has gone up in the last one year For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 2 2016 5:39 pm “NCDs such as cardiovascular diseases cancer diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases which kill nearly 85 million people every year and are the leading cause of deaths in the region will be a key agenda at the meeting” said WHO South East Asia Representational Image (Source: Thinkstock) Top News Combating non-communicable diseases which cause over 8 million deaths per year in the South East Asian region will be the top agenda when Health ministers of 11 countries including India meet next week at a crucial WHO summit to set health priorities for the region The Health ministers will attend the 69th WHO Regional Committee meeting the highest policy making body of the global health organisation in the region at Sri Lanka from Setember 5-9 “NCDs such as cardiovascular diseases cancer diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases which kill nearly 85 million people every year and are the leading cause of deaths in the region will be a key agenda at the meeting” WHO South East Asia said in a statement Accelerating improvements in health in the era of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with the focus on the most vulnerable will be another key agenda of the meeting Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe will inaugurate the meeting while WHO Director General Margaret Chan WHO South-East Asia Regional Director Poonam Khetrapal Singh and other WHO experts from health ministries of member countries will participate in the meeting WHO SEARO said during the meeting there will be a greater push for time-bound elimination of diseases as the region has eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus The individual countries too have witnessed major wins such as elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis by Thailand elimination of lymphatic filariasis by Maldives and Sri Lanka yaws by India and malaria by Maldives Tackling anti-microbial resistance (AMR) as a priority with a multi-sectoral approach involving food agriculture and animal sectors will also be deliberated at the meeting “Ending preventable maternal and child mortality addressing the double burden of malnutrition and health of migrant populations will also be discussed and focussed upon at the meeting” WHO SEARO statement said WHO’s recent emergency reforms and further strengthening of core capacities by countries under the International Health Regulations for responding to health emergencies will be other key areas to be discussed and emphasised upon WHO’s South-East Asia Region comprises of Bangladesh Bhutan Democratic People’s Republic of Korea India Indonesia Maldives Myanmar Nepal Sri Lanka Thailand and Timor-Leste For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News The officials state the resolution of the cameras which are already in place, making it difficult for batsmen to go after him with the new or old ball. For all the latest Sports News, The court,which has people falling out of the windows, but what is your scheme on this? What is the role of the state (then)?

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