Press Esc to close
Monday 03 August 2015
News updated at 2:06 AM IST
Weather
Max: 32°C
Min : 20°C
In Bengaluru
Rain lightly

China to fingerprint its nationals

Beijing, Nov 4, 2012 (IANS)

China will fingerprint all its 1.3 billion people, said authorities.

Chinese police have moved a step closer to launching a system to register citizens' fingerprints in 2013, reported People's Daily.

The Ministry of Public Security Thursday started to invite fingerprint reader manufacturers to bid for a list of recommended equipment to be used, said a report in the Beijing Youth Daily.
On Oct 29, 2011, China adopted an amendment to its Resident Identity Card Law to require citizens' fingerprints to be recorded.

The new policy will be enforced from Jan 1, 2013, when the country's first version of ID cards, which were launched in 1985, will expire.

The second-version card was issued in 2004 and by 2010, 1.04 billion people, had received the second version.


Go to Top

Photo Gallery
A bike rally organized by Mangalore Java Yezdi Motorcycle Club and The United Bikersí of Mangaluru..

A bike rally organized by Mangalore Java Yezdi Motorcycle Club and The United Bikersí of Mangaluru..

Kids testing ice cream cone on the occasion of 'Friendship day'...

Kids testing ice cream cone on the occasion of 'Friendship day'...

A girl takes selfie with her friends on the occasion of 'Friendship day' near UB City in Bengaluru..

A girl takes selfie with her friends on the occasion of 'Friendship day' near UB City in Bengaluru..

'Suravi Odissi dance students presenting Odissi dance at the Naman, a festival of Odissi dance...

'Suravi Odissi dance students presenting Odissi dance at the Naman, a festival of Odissi dance...

A view of a flooded road on the banks of river Ganga, pictured after heavy monsoon rains...

A view of a flooded road on the banks of river Ganga, pictured after heavy monsoon rains...

Actor Kangana Ranaut walks the ramp as the showstopper for designer Manav Gangwani...

Actor Kangana Ranaut walks the ramp as the showstopper for designer Manav Gangwani...

A stray dog takes the support of a woman to cross a flooded street in Kolkata on Sunday...

A stray dog takes the support of a woman to cross a flooded street in Kolkata on Sunday...

School children pay tribute to former President APJ Abdul Kalam at Jodhpur...

School children pay tribute to former President APJ Abdul Kalam at Jodhpur...

A pair of squirrel in New Delhi on Sunday...

A pair of squirrel in New Delhi on Sunday...

A pair of Myna in New Delhi on Sunday...

A pair of Myna in New Delhi on Sunday...

Copyright 2014, The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd., 75, M.G Road, Post Box 5331, Bengaluru - 560001
Tel: +91 (80) 25880000 Fax No. +91 (80) 25880523