GOVT plans to allow aerial photography Times of India, India UDAIPUR:
“As part of its efforts to do away with archaic and irrelevant regulations, the government is planning to repeal the law preventing aerial photography.”
Airports today. Temples tomorrow. One can only hope. I remember being chastised for making images at a temple just outside of Chennai. The guy who came up to me and asked me to put my cameras away was the official “bell-ringer” of the temple. Not your garden variety cop. An argument was inevitable as the man gave no rationale for his extra-curricular police activity. I can understand that the temple sanctum is sacrosanct but can anyone tell me why photography outside the main sanctum is such a big national risk? Anyone else have similar experiences?
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