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The best tower safety gear for Indian tech giants

A look at the best tower security equipment from Indian tech firms for the Indian market.

The report shows that nearly 40% of the companies surveyed are offering tower safety products at a retail price of Rs 10,000-15,000 (about US$60-120) per product.

This is on par with what we found in a report from IHS Global Insight.

But when looking at a per-unit cost of about Rs 7,000, this doesn’t seem that much more expensive.

Here is the breakdown:Kokan Lohana – Free app for building and office safety safety and protection.

The app has been developed by a Bengaluru-based startup called Kokan and has already attracted more than 100,000 users.

It has an extensive feature set, including tower safety monitoring, safety equipment, and alerts.

Kokans app includes free, on-demand tower inspections and monitoring.

TowerWatch – Free software that provides an app for checking the safety of all structures and other structures at any given location.

The software is free for non-commercial purposes, so it is a non-profit enterprise.

It can be used to monitor, inspect, or measure buildings.

It is available in both the English and Hindi versions.

In a separate report, we found that the Indian tech companies that are using the apps are doing so in collaboration with local governments, and are taking steps to ensure that they do not interfere with the safety functions of buildings.

“The governments in the states where these companies are located have been actively involved in the implementation of these safety protocols.

This means that the companies have been providing safety solutions to local governments and are being closely monitored by the relevant government agencies,” said a source from the IHS global intelligence unit.”

While the governments are doing their best to ensure the safety and security of the communities, it is worth noting that the government is still not completely transparent on the exact number of incidents that are reported to the respective departments.

The lack of transparency is something that should be addressed immediately.”

According to the report, there are over 500 towers in India, of which around 100 are under investigation for possible safety issues.