The recent terror attacks in Mumbai have made the parents and the Delhi Police aware that children of the capital are very vulnerable to being victims of such attacks in case any terror strikes are unleashed upon a school. The Delhi Police has been trying to convince the parents that despite their best efforts, there is really no intelligence input good enough to warn about the threat of terror strikes in advance. As a result, the parents and teachers are coming together to create some sort of a safety net. This includes having guards on school buses and chip-embedded identity cards that ensure child safety and tracking respectively. The chip-based ID cards at least communicate with the school’s servers to help locate the child within the school’s premises. These hi-tech cards would cost something like 3,000 and provide some peace of mind to the parents.