Lisa Pradhan

A creative writer at heart, Lisa currently writes for SmartSign’s blogs and dabbles in content strategies for SEO. She spends the rest of the time lounging in the comforts of her home, surfing the internet for areas of interest, or traveling to unexplored destinations. Having previously studied and worked in the field of journalism and media, Lisa likes calling herself a web journalist. She takes special interest in grassroots and tribal issues, and topics concerning women empowerment. She swears that books are a person’s best travel companion, and that good food can liven up any dull day. Lisa lives in the beautiful city of Jaipur, India.

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No ban, just a request: Chipotle’s response to open rifle display

No ban, just a request: Chipotle’s response to open rifle display

| June 6, 2014

Chipotle fans, better keep your guards down before you step in for a burrito. After Starbucks and Jack in the Box, Chipotle Mexican Grill has become the third food and beverage chain to ask customers to not bring in loaded guns. The Denver-based company’s decision came after an open demonstration by gun advocates in one […]

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Advanced video surveillance technology promises safer mass transit

Advanced video surveillance technology promises safer mass transit

| January 30, 2014

The significance of video surveillance in defending national security came to light following the major role it played in the Boston Marathon and London Transit bombing investigations. Equipped with high-tech software and technologies, surveillance cameras are gradually becoming more effective in preventing potential threats and detecting crimes. And in addition to providing higher safety and security, […]

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Accidental discharge: Should America ban guns in public buildings?

Accidental discharge: Should America ban guns in public buildings?

| January 21, 2014

Existing gun laws routinely come under fire following accidental discharge incidents, and a recent accidental discharge  in Kentucky has added fuel to the fire, forcing lawmakers to consider whether imposing restrictions can prevent these occurences. As activist groups demand the gun owner in this case, Rep. Leslie Combs, to step down from office, accidental discharges […]

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World’s first drone hunting ordinance gears up for approval

World’s first drone hunting ordinance gears up for approval

| September 5, 2013

A sleepy town in Colorado is considering a proposal to make itself the national hotspot for people protesting against government surveillance. Deer Trail’s tiny population of 550 will be voting on October 8 on whether or not to issue permits for drone hunting– this would attract gun enthusiasts from afar and increase revenues for the […]

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