New Delhi: Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Wednesday chaired the ninth meeting of the ‘Task Force on Women Safety Issues’ at Raj Niwas. Lt Governor advised Chief Secretary to monitor the installation work of panic buttons in public transport to ensure completion in a time-bound manner.According to Raj Niwas pres statement LG advised Secretary (Social Welfare) to intensify the skill development programmes in Women and Children Homes. LG directed police to intensify patrolling during the opening and closing timings of schools, colleges to ensure the safety of girl students. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in Denmark”LG emphasized that all stakeholders must have a focused and coordinated strategy to make Delhi a safe city for women. Stressing on the need for a change in mindset as well, he directed the departments to keep up their efforts for generating awareness and sensitization. He urged all concerned to work towards creating a Delhi that is safe for women,” said the press statement. Special teams have been formed for inspection of women shelters. Five institutions for women with mental health issues with 658 inmates are being managed by the Department of Social Welfare. Also Read – Bangla Sahib Gurudwara bans use of all types of plastic itemsDelhi Police informed that they have started several initiatives for women safety, which includes the deployment of police personnel at opening and closing time of girl/Co-Education Schools and Colleges, intensive patrolling of ERVs, QRTs & Motor Cycles. The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary, Delhi, Chairperson Delhi Commission for Women, Addl Chief Secretary (Home) GNCTD, Commissioner of Police, Delhi, Chairperson (NDMC) and other senior officials.
(YouTube: auctionteambreker)Last November, another of the first editions sold for €492,000.-Additional reporting by Associated PressTumblr $1 billion deal sparks talk on next big tech targetFinally: The inventor of the GIF explains how to pronounce it THERE ARE JUST six surviving units from Apple’s first attempt at the personal computer. Some of them still work.One of the functioning machines was sold in Germany yesterday for a record €516,000. Auction house Breker said it was bought by an Asian client who wishes to remain anonymous.The 1976 model, dubbed Apple 1, was built by founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in a family garage. According to the seller, it bears Wozniak’s signature and an old business transaction letter from the late Jobs was also included in the sale.The Apple 1, which was sold for $666 in 1976, consisted of only the circuit board. A case, a keyboard and a screen had to be bought separately. See it in action here: