MUMBAI TERROR BLAST: Hotels, hospital, bus stands, cinema halls attacked

Tims of India reported that terror struck Mumbai on Wednesday night as coordinate serial explosions and indiscriminate firing rocked eight areas across Mumbai including the crowded CST railway station, two five star hotels–Oberoi and Taj. Times of India reported 80 dead and over 250 injured. However, is reporting 15 dead.

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# Colaba: BP Petrol Pump blown up
# 10 killed in Colaba attack
# Taxi blown up in Vile Parle
# Gun battle outside Metro cinema hall
# Hotel Oberoi, Hotel Taj under siege
# RAF considering commando action, may storm hotels
# Mumbai police say air surveillance ready
# Local trains suspended
# Attack near Cama Hospital

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With over 1000 vehicles being registered every day in Bangalore, it was becoming increasingly difficult for the traffic police to manage the movement of traffic. The roads were particularly congested during peak hours. To tackle this problem, ST India offered a customized solution to the Bangalore city traffic police. This April, 40 Bosch CCTV PTZ cameras were deployed in strategic locations around the city to monitor and control the congestion. The Bangalore traffic police can now closely view real-time images from over 40 junctions and take the necessary action to disperse any congestion. The signal timings can be controlled from the Traffic Management Center and changed depending upon the traffic movement. The police can also assess the general behavior of drivers and see if the constable manning the junctions is coping with it adequately.

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