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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Increasing suicide incidents among girls in #Chitral - 3 girls commit suicide in Chitral this week

Increasing suicide incidents among girls in #Chitral - 3 girls commit suicide in Chitral this week

Increasing suicide incidents among girls in #Chitral - 3 girls commit suicide in Chitral this week



CHITRAL (MVT 16 July 2019 by Gul Hammad Farooqi) : In an alarming development, three more girls have committed suicide in Chitral.

Local sources said a girl ended her life by consuming poison in Shaghor area on Tuesday. Police said Shazia Bibi was heartbroken over poor marks in the recent matriculation examination. She consumed poison due to which her condition worsened. She was taken to District Headquarters Hospital, but she could not survive.

The sources said that on Saturday, a girl, Safeera Bibi from Torkhao, Wasich, also committed suicide by jumping into Chitral River. The relatives and rescue personnel continued search for the body, but it could not be recovered till filing of this report. The sources said Safeera was good in her studies and got good marks in the exam. The reason behind the suicide was ascertained. Other sources said the girl apparently had some stress-related issues.


A day earlier, another girl, Razia Bibi, from Pengaigol village of Darosh ended her life by shooting herself down with a pistol. Sources said the girl was suffering from epilepsy and she had also attempted suicide earlier.

Social circles have expressed concern over so many suicide cases in Chitral and the government’s failure to stop this trend. According to various reports, the main reasons behind the suicides during the last couple of years is competition in examinations, poverty, lack of facilities, physical disorders and sometimes forced marriages. Employment opportunities are very limited in Chitral and most of the dwellers are doing private and other odd jobs in downtown districts and other provinces to financially support their families and make a living.

District Police Officer (DPO) Mansoor Aman had opened a women reporting centre at Chitral Police Station so that women could lodge their complaints with women police officers. Female police were dedicated for the purpose to register complaints by women. But that centre could not change the situation.

There are hundreds of vacant posts of doctors, including that of psychiatrists in Chitral. People of the area have demanded the government to fill all that vacancies and appoint psychiatrists on priority basis to provide counselling, physiotherapy and other treatment facilities to patents who are suffering from stress-related illness.



Monday, July 8, 2019

29 dead after bus carrying 40 skids off Yamuna Expressway

29 dead after bus carrying 40 skids off Yamuna Expressway

29 dead after bus carrying 40 skids off Yamuna Expressway






New Delhi: Twenty-nine persons died after a bus carrying 40 passengers fell into a gorge on Yamuna Expressway in Agra. The bus fell into a jharna nalla on Yamuna Expressway in Agra. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered an inquiry by a committee consisting of Transport Commissioner, Divisional Commissioner & IG Agra to investigate the incident. He has directed the committee to submit a report in 24 hours and also make suggestions on long term recommendations to avoid such accidents.

PM Narendra Modi expressed grief over the death of people in the mishap. "Pained by the bus accident in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones. I pray that those injured recover fast. The state government and local administration are providing all possible assistance to the affected," he said.

Adityanath also expressed grief and condolences at the death of the passengers and directed the concerned officials to provide all possible medical attention to the injured. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh also took cognizance of the accident and spoke to District Magistrate & gave directions for proper treatment of those injured.

"Saddened to hear about the tragic loss of lives in an unfortunate bus accident near Agra. My heartfelt condolences to the grieving families. I pray for the injured a speedy recovery," said BJP National Working President Jagat Prakash Nadda.

The bus reportedly belonged to Awadh Depot of Uttar Pradesh (UP) Roadways. According to multiple reports, the mishap took place when the driver of the bus - UPSRTC's Jan Rath fell asleep while driving. The bus hit the divider and fell into a gap at around 4.15 am. 

"The incident took place around 4:30 am. Driver probably dozed off & the speeding bus broke our barrier & fell in the drain. Search operation underway," Agra DM NG Ravi Kumar was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.

"One Sleeper Coach passenger bus travelling from Lucknow to Delhi met with an accident on Yamuna Expressway. It fell into the side fall about 15 feet deep. 20 passengers rescued so far. Efforts are on for the rest," IG Agra said in a tweet on UP Police's official Twitter handle. 


"DGP UP OP Singh has directed to carry out relief & rescue work in full swing and is supervising it personally. All senior officers present at the spot. Our condolences to the bereaved family members & prayers for the departed soul. We also wish a speedy recovery to the injured," UP police said in another tweet.


Monday, July 1, 2019

Over 3 Million Illegal Expats Arrested in Saudi Arabia

Over 3 Million Illegal Expats Arrested in Saudi Arabia

Over 3 Million Illegal Expats Arrested in Saudi Arabia


Highlights

At least 19 government departments have been taking part in the joint field campaign that started in November 2017 to flush out all illegal residents from Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi Interior Ministry's "A Nation Free of Illegals" campaign has succeeded in arresting a total of 3,408,691 expatriates who were living in the Kingdom in violation of residency or labor regulations.




Campaign officials said as many as 846,858 detainees were deported to their respective home countries.

The nationwide campaign was launched in November 2017 with the participation of 19 ministries and government departments including the Passport Police and the Ministry of Labor and Social Development.

The officials said 2,657,979 expatriates were arrested for violating the system of residency, 525,532 for violating labor regulations and 225,180 for breaching border security.

They said 57,206 people attempted to sneak into the Kingdom across its southern borders. About 49 percent of the infiltrators were Ethiopians, 48 percent Yemenis and remaining 3 percent were people of various other nationalities.

The campaign officials said 2,495 people were caught while attempting to leave the Kingdom illegally.

They said 3,975 people including 1,360 Saudis involved in providing accommodation and transport to illegal residents were arrested.

As many as 13,088 expatriates, including 10,965 men and 2,123 women, are being held in various detention centers in the Kingdom, the officials said.

They said 441,702 illegal expatriates were referred to their respective embassies and consulates to issue them with travel documents while 562,300 others were completing procedures for final exit.

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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Pakistan cyber security is not managed as a risk -  A new survey by ACCA reveals

Pakistan cyber security is not managed as a risk - A new survey by ACCA reveals

Pakistan cyber security is not managed as a risk -  A new survey by ACCA reveals


Not a day goes by without a breaking news story about data breaches or personal data theft from large organisations. Cyber crime is one of the biggest risks to businesses to date and globally its estimated costs will reach $6 trillion by 2021.

ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has teamed up with Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Macquarie University and Optus to launch the report Cyber and the CFO. The global survey, which features views from 1500 ACCA and CA ANZ members, including their members in Pakistan, finds cyber security is not managed as a risk to businesses and is too often left to IT specialists to handle.

Highlights from the report show:
  • Almost 60 percent of CFOs and finance leaders rank cyber security as the most important or top five business risk
  • However, a third of respondents did not know whether their organisations had been the subject of a cyber attack. Few survey responses showed a recovery plan that included much beyond the hardware.
  • Over 20 percent of finance professionals admitted they had no involvement whatsoever in cyber security within their company.
  • And 10 percent of respondents did not know who in the business was responsible day-to-day for cyber security.
  • Larger businesses placed a higher priority on cyber risks (8 percent), but small businesses were marginally (5 percent) less concerned or aware of such security risks.

Cyber-risk is becoming ever more complex with the integrated nature of supply chains.  Only 19% of survey respondents said they regularly audited their supply chains.

It is noteworthy that more respondents in Pakistan than in any other country surveyed see cyber security as the most significant business risk, whereas overall its significance as a ‘top five’ business risk was lower than in the other major respondent countries.

Sajjeed Aslam, head of ACCA Pakistan says:
‘Finance professionals in Pakistan need to understand and play their full role in managing cyber risk in their organisations. Weakness in cyber security is a significant business risk across all organisations. The ACCA Qualification ensures that our students and members in the country are developed and assessed in digital and technology competency to be in a position to lead organisation into the digital future.’

ACCA’s head of business management, Clive Webb, says:
‘The increasing use of technology within businesses to create commercial advantage comes at a price and that price is cyber risk. The finance community cannot stand by and leave cyber security to others in the business to manage. It is very complex, but it is essential for finance leaders to familiarise themselves with the issue.’

The report highlights the changing nature of the cyber threat. It establishes the financial and operational risks that arise and in that regard the finance community needs to keep abreast of the evolving nature of the threat and ensure it is managed appropriately.




Saturday, May 25, 2019

Another video leaked of the gang working against Chairman NAB Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal

Another video leaked of the gang working against Chairman NAB Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal

Another video leaked of the gang working against Chairman NAB Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal


Another video leaked of the gang working against Chairman NAB Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal



Wednesday, April 24, 2019

#SriLankan MP calls for #burqa ban to prevent terrorists using face-covering garment to cover up their identity

#SriLankan MP calls for #burqa ban to prevent terrorists using face-covering garment to cover up their identity

#SriLankan MP calls for #burqa ban to prevent terrorists using face-covering garment to cover up their identity

Professor Ashu Marasinghe posted a picture of the proposed bill on Facebook


  • Sri Lankan MP said the face-covering garment is not traditional Muslim attire
  • Comes as PM Ranil Wickremesinghe warned there are more militants 'out there'


A Sri Lankan MP has called for the burqa to be banned across the country to prevent male and female terrorists using it to cover up their identity.



Professor Ashu Marasinghe, who is a member of the United National Party, declared on Facebook that he was going to present a private member's bill about the issue.

Posting a copy of the bill, Marasinghe said that the garment is not traditional Muslim attire, reports Ada Derana.

He went on to claim that both male and female terrorists have used the burqa in the past while committing atrocities. Marasinghe also called for the niqab to be outlawed.

On Easter Sunday, 321 people were killed - including at least 45 children - when seven suicide bombers attacked three luxury hotels and three churches.

Defence sources told Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror that female accomplices had escaped from a Dematagoda apartment complex wearing burqas.

Officers had been questioning a suspect in the building hours after the initial attacks when they set off a suicide bomb, killing three police officers.

Also Read: Four Bomb Blasts in Sri Lanka - death toll rises to 290 in 'brand-new type of terrorism'


Three suspects were detained there.
State minister of defence Ruwan Wijewardene said today that two different local Islamist groups were to blame for the co-ordinated blasts, but Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe admitted there may be 'some links' with ISIS.

Wijewardene also told parliament that preliminary investigations suggested the co-ordinated blasts were 'in retaliation for the attack against Muslims in Christchurch'. 

Marasinghe's call for a ban on the face-covering garments comes as Sri Lanka's prime minister warned there are more explosives and militants 'out there'.

Also Read: Three Sons of Asos billionaire killed in Sri Lanka attacks


PM Ranil Wickremesinghe made the comment today at a news conference, and said some officials will likely lose their jobs over intelligence lapses surrounding the attack.

Security sources said a warning was sent from India two hours before the strike warning of a specific threat against churches.

One Sri Lankan source said a warning was also sent by the Indians on Saturday night.

The Indian government source said similar messages had been given to intelligence agents on April 4 and April 20.

Source Daily Mail

Professor Ashu Marasinghe posted a picture of the proposed bill on Facebook






Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Three Sons of Asos billionaire killed in Sri Lanka attacks

Three Sons of Asos billionaire killed in Sri Lanka attacks

Three Sons of Asos billionaire killed in Sri Lanka attacks



All but one of Anders Holch Povlsen’s four children have died after series of explosions

Three children of the billionaire fashion tycoon behind Asos have been killed in the Sri Lanka terrorist attacks.

Anders Holch Povlsen is Denmark’s wealthiest man with a net worth of $7.9bn (£6.1bn), according to the business magazine Forbes, and is believed to be the largest landowner in Scotland after buying a string of historic estates.

He and his wife, Anne Storm Pedersen, hold an estimated 80,000 hectares (200,000 acres) of the Highlands, and plan to rewild the landscape to preserve it for future generations.

The bombings at churches and luxury hotels across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday killed at least 290 people. An investigator said seven suicide bombers had taken part in the attacks.

Jesper Stubkier, the communications manager for Holch Povlsen’s wholesale clothing business, Bestseller, said: “I can confirm that three children have been killed. We have no further comment and we ask that the family’s privacy is respected at this time.”

Also Read: Four Bomb Blasts in Sri Lanka - death toll rises to 290 in 'brand-new type of terrorism'


The spokesman declined to comment on which of Holch Povlsen’s four children had died, or whether other members of the family had been visiting Sri Lanka.

Holch Povlsen is best known in the UK for being the largest shareholder in Asos. His 26.7% stake in the group, mostly built during a spell of share-buying between 2010 and 2012, is worth about £866m.

Though Asos’s stock market value has halved since March 2018, Povlsen has made a substantial profit from the investment, with his holding worth about double what he paid for it, according to calculations made by the Guardian.

Polvsen’s fortune includes his ownership of the Bestseller fashion business – which was founded by his parents, includes brands such as Vero Moda and Jack & Jones, and sold more than £40m of products to Asos last year. He took over the business when he was 28.

He also has a string of investments in land and property. The Povlsens have acquired five country sports estates between Ben Loyal and Eriboll, close to the village of Tongue in the Highlands, as well as several stalking estates further south such as Glenfeshie, the couple’s home in the Cairngorms. Many include luxury holiday and hunting lodges for rent.

Through one of his UK companies, Polvsen also owns Berkertex House, a commercial property on Oxford Street in London, which he acquired in 2014 for £105m.

He has also been touted as one of the tycoons who could cause the Shard to lose its title as the tallest skyscraper in western Europe. This year, Povlsen announced plans for a 320-metre (1,050ft) skyscraper, nicknamed Bestseller Tower, which is expected to be built in Brande, a town of 7,000 people in rural Jutland.

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Monday, April 22, 2019

Four Bomb Blasts in Sri Lanka - death toll rises to 290 in 'brand-new type of terrorism'

Four Bomb Blasts in Sri Lanka - death toll rises to 290 in 'brand-new type of terrorism'

Four Bomb Blasts in Sri Lanka - death toll rises to 290 in 'brand-new type of terrorism'


(CNN)At least 290 people are now known to have died in a coordinated attack on churches and hotels on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka, in what officials have called a "brand-new type of terrorism."

Police have arrested 24 people in connection with the suicide bombs, which injured at least 500 people, in the worst violence the South Asian island has seen since its bloody civil war ended 10 years ago.

Authorities were facing accusations that they had failed to act on a warning received ten days before the atrocity that an Islamist group was preparing an attack.

There were fears of more devices: A ninth improvised explosive device (IED) was defused near the capital's Bandaranaike International Airport on Sunday evening, according to an Air Force spokesman.

Most of the dead and injured were Sri Lankan. Of the foreign nationals who died, five were British citizens, two of whom held dual US-UK nationality; as well as three Indians, two Australians, two Chinese cousins, one person from the Netherlands, two Turkish citizens and one Portuguese national. The blasts appears to have targeted tourism hotspots, as well as churches, in an effort to gain maximum global attention.

No group has claimed responsibility, but Sri Lankan Defense Minister Ruwan Wijewardene said the "terrorist incident" was carried out by followers of "religious extremism."

On Sunday evening, a leaked memo revealed that police were warned of a potential attack by an Islamist group known as the Nations Thawahid Jaman (NTJ), ten days before the Easter Sunday bombings. It is unclear whether the details contained in the warning matched the atrocity that eventually took place.

Sri Lanka's Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, said the intelligence was not shared with him or other ministers. Sajith Premadasa, minister of housing construction and cultural affairs, said officers were guilty of "negligence and incompetence."

There were doubts that the NTJ, a little-known group which has previously defaced Buddhist statues, would have had the capacity to carry out such a sophisticated and coordinated attack alone. Transnational Islamists are known to operate in places like Pakistan, Malaysia and the Philippines.

But Dhruva Jaishankar, a fellow in Foreign Policy Studies at Brookings India, said that little is known about Islamic radicalism in Sri Lanka and that it was "premature" to speculate on which organizations might have been involved.

A social media blackout was enforced in the aftermath of the attacks as authorities attempted to contain the violence and establish who carried out the attacks. A curfew was imposed from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. local time.






Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Father allegedly beat 5-year-old daughter to death😪  because she didn't do her homework

Father allegedly beat 5-year-old daughter to death😪 because she didn't do her homework

Father allegedly beat 5-year-old daughter to death because she didn't do her homework





A New Mexico father was arrested on Friday and charged with child abuse after allegedly beating his 5-year-old daughter to death as a result of a dispute over homework.

According to a criminal complaint obtained by Yahoo Lifestyle, Brandon Reynolds, 36, told police that he had been helping his daughter with her school work on Thursday evening when she expressed that she didn’t want to do it. He said that he became enraged and “that’s when the discipline kicked in.”

The police report says that the father began spanking his child with a shoe and that he ended up “blacking out.” Reynolds eventually called 911 at around 1:00 AM on Friday and claimed that his daughter had gone into cardiac arrest.

Police explained during a press conference on Friday afternoon that first responders decided to alert police officers after determining that the situation had been criminal. The complaint states that officers noticed blood stains on the living room wall and carpet upon arrival.

Medics performed CPR on the 5-year-old girl before transporting her to the University of New Mexico Hospital where she was later pronounced dead. There, hospital staff and officers noted the bruises that covered the little girl’s side and back, and decided to bring Reynolds into custody.

Brandon Reynolds, 36, was arrested and charged with child abuse after allegedly beating his 5-year-old daughter to death. (Photo: Bernalillo County Metro Detention Center)
Brandon Reynolds, 36, was arrested and charged with child abuse after allegedly beating his 5-year-old daughter to death. (Photo: Bernalillo County Metro Detention Center)
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Albuquerque police and the crimes against children unit conducted an investigation and interviewed Reynolds, where he confessed. Now, the father remains in custody at the Bernalillo Detention Center.

The child’s mother, Chantel DuBois, didn’t immediately respond to Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment. However, a gofundme that she set up reveals that DuBois lives in California, where the little girl recently spent time with her. DuBois is currently trying to raise funds to go out to New Mexico and provide her daughter with a proper burial.

“I was hoping to have more time with her. My heart just hurts so bad,” DuBois wrote. “She didn’t deserve this.”

DuBois also says that her daughter was diagnosed with autism and claims that Reynolds “could not deal” with her diagnosis.

Neighbors of Reynolds told police that they heard the commotion and one even tried to document it on her phone. The City of Albuquerque Park Management Division is currently raising money to plant a memorial tree for the little girl.

“She was a little angel,” one neighbor told KOAT.

Police say that an autopsy is still pending.

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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

A  Young Afghan woman stoned to death for eloping with man her own age

A Young Afghan woman stoned to death for eloping with man her own age

A  Young Afghan woman stoned to death for eloping with man her own age


KABUL:  A young Afghan woman who was married against her will has been stoned to death by extremists after she was caught eloping with another man, local officials told AFP on Tuesday.

A graphic video of the stoning shows the woman, named as Rokhsahana, aged between 19 and 21, in a hole in the ground as men almost casually hurl stones at her with sickening thuds.

Rokhsahana was heard repeating the shahada, or Muslim profession of faith, her voice growing increasingly high-pitched in the nearly 30-second clip run in Afghan media. Local authorities confirmed the footage.

The killing took place about a week ago in Ghalmeen, an area some 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the Ghor provincial capital of Firozkoh, governor Seema Joyenda said.

Rokhsahana had been "stoned to death by Taliban, local religious leaders and irresponsible armed warlords," Ms Joyenda told AFP.

Seema Joyenda, one of Afghanistan's only two female governors, said that according to authorities' information Rokhsahana's family had "married her to someone against her will and she was eloping with a man her age".

She condemned the stoning, calling on Kabul to take action to "clean the area".

"This is the first incident in this area but will not be the last. Women in general have problems all over the country, but especially in Ghor... The man with whom she was eloping has not been stoned."

In addition to serving as a chilling reminder of life under Taliban rule, the crime echoes another horrific case earlier this year in which a 28-year-old woman named Farkhunda was killed by an angry mob after being falsely accused of burning the Koran. Four men were sentenced to death for their roles in that crime and several others were jailed for not intervening.




Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Indian-American couple Satish Kartan and Sharmistha Barai held guilty of human trafficking

Indian-American couple Satish Kartan and Sharmistha Barai held guilty of human trafficking

Indian-American couple Satish Kartan and Sharmistha Barai held guilty of human trafficking




An Indian-American couple from California - Satish Kartan and Sharmistha Barai - has been found guilty to the charges of forced labour of foreign nationals from India and Nepal. 

Washington: An Indian-American couple from California - Satish Kartan and Sharmistha Barai - has been found guilty to the charges of forced labour of foreign nationals from India and Nepal. 

Residents of Stockton in California, Satish Kartan (45) and his wife Sharmistha Barai (45) took advantage of overseas workers, forcing them to work without pay, physically abusing them and threatening them of negative repercussions if they tried to leave, Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband said.

The Indian-American couple faces a maximum statutory penalty of 20 years in prison and a USD 250,000 fine. The sentencing is scheduled for June 6.


According to court documents and evidence presented at trial, between February 2014 and October 2016, Kartan and Barai hired workers from overseas to perform domestic labour in their home in Stockton.

In advertisements seeking workers on the internet and India-based newspapers, the defendants made false claims regarding the wages and the duties of employment. Then, once the workers arrived at the defendants' Stockton residence, Kartan and Barai forced them to work 18 hours a day with limited rest and nourishment.

Few of them were paid any wage, court documents said. They kept their domestic workers from leaving and induced them to keep working for them by threatening them, by creating an atmosphere of fear, control and disempowerment, and at times, by physically hitting or burning them. When a victim pushed back or said she wanted to leave, it got worse.


Victims flew from India and Nepal to testify. According to evidence presented at trial, the couple struck one worker on multiple occasions.

Barai threatened to kill her and throw her bones in the garbage, backhanded her across the face for talking back and slammed her hands down on a gas stove, causing her to suffer first- and second-degree burns on her hands from the flames.

They also threatened several other victims to coerce them to keep working, including by telling the victims they would report them to police or immigration authorities if they tried to leave. Throughout the victims' time in their home, they were deprived of sleep and food.


According to court papers, they subjected the victims to verbal abuse and harassment in an effort to intimidate them into continuing to provide labour and services.

"Kartan and Barai did not simply fail to pay victims for their work," said Sean Ragan, Special Agent in Charge of the Sacramento FBI Field Office.

"They deprived them of their dignity and robbed them of their federally-protected civil rights," he alleged. 

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Friday, February 8, 2019

بہن نے سگے بھائی کو ہی محبت کی جال میں پھنسالیا، اور پر بھائی کے ساتھا کیا ہوا؟ رونگھٹے کھڑے کرنے والا واقعہ

بہن نے سگے بھائی کو ہی محبت کی جال میں پھنسالیا، اور پر بھائی کے ساتھا کیا ہوا؟ رونگھٹے کھڑے کرنے والا واقعہ

بہن نے سگے بھائی کو ہی محبت کی جال میں پھنسالیا، اور پر بھائی کے ساتھا کیا ہوا؟ رونگھٹے کھڑے کرنے والا واقعہ


بہن نے ٹیلیفون پر اپنے بھائی کو ہی محبت کے جال میں پھنسا لیا لیکن اس کے بعد کیا ہوا؟ سن کر آپ کے رونگٹے کھڑے ہو جائیں گے

 بہن نے ٹیلیفون پر اپنے بھائی کو ہی محبت کے جال میں پھنسا لیا لیکن اس کے بعد کیا ہوا؟ سن کر آپ کے رونگٹے کھڑے ہو جائیں گے    

گوجرانوالہ : پہلووانوں کے شہر گوجرانوالہ میں انتہائی افسوسناک واقعہ کی کہانی اس وقت کھلی جب بہن نے اپنے بھائی کو ٹیلیفون پر محبت کے جال میں پھنسا کر پیسے بٹورنے اور لوٹنے کا اعتراف اپنی والدہ کے سامنے کیا ۔جس کے بعد والدہ نے بیٹے کے قتل کا مقدمہ نامزد افراد کیخلاف خارج کرنے کی استدعا کر دی ہے۔

تفصیلات کے مطابق گوجرانوالہ میں بہن نے اپنے ہی بھائی کو ٹیلیفون پر دوستی اور پھر محبت کے جال میں پھنسا لیا اور اس سے ایزی پیسہ کے ذریعے رقم بٹورنا شروع کی تاہم جب حقیقت کھلی تو اس نوجوان لڑکے نے گلے میں پھندہ ڈال کر خود کشی کر لی تھی ۔


مقدمہ کی مدعیہ متوفی کی والدہ نے اصلیت سامنے آنے پر 3 نامزد ملز موں کے خلاف مقدمہ خارج کرنے کی استدعا کر دی ہے ،تفتیش میں انکشاف ہوا کہ محمد اشرف سے اس کی حقیقی بہن سنبل نے موبائل فون اور سم عینی نامی لڑکی کو دینے کے لئے حاصل کئے اور خود عینی بن کر محمد اشرف سے دوستی کر لی ، اشرف کو شادی کا جھانسہ بھی دیا اور ایزی لوڈ کے ذریعے رقم منگواتی رہی ، اشرف کی بیوی اس سے طلاق لے چکی تھی ،اس نے چند دن بعد جب اپنی بہن سنبل سے عینی کے ساتھ شادی کیلئے رابطہ کیا تو اس نے کہا کہ جس لڑکی سے نکاح کروانا تھا اسکی شادی حافظ آباد میں کسی اور سے ہوگئی ہے۔

ذرائع کا کہنا ہے کہ پولیس تفتیش میں انکشاف ہو ا کہ خود کشی سے قبل متوفی کے موبائل فون پر آخری کالیں مبینہ عینی نامی لڑکی کی تھیں ، تفتیش کے دوران ثالث کو بھی مقرر کیا گیا جس کے روبرو سنبل نے والدہ کی موجودگی میں تسلیم کیا کہ اس نے اپنے بھائی کے ساتھ محبت کا چکر چلایا اور عینی بن کر اس سے رقم بٹورتی رہی ،مقتول کی والدہ غلام فاطمہ نے بیٹے کے قتل کا مقدمہ تھانہ صدر گوجرانوالہ میں ملز م ذکا ا للہ، نصیر بی بی اور مطیع اللہ کے خلاف 8جولائی کو درج کروایا تھا ، پولیس نے اخراج مقدمہ کی رپورٹ عدالت میں داخل کر دی۔

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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

India's Rohingya shame : certainly face human rights violations and imprisonment

India's Rohingya shame : certainly face human rights violations and imprisonment

India's Rohingya shame : certainly face human rights violations and imprisonment


Earlier this month, India sparked panic among its long-suffering Rohingya refugee population by deporting a family of five to their home country of Myanmar, where they will most certainly face human rights violations and imprisonment. This expulsion came on the heels of the controversial forced repatriation of seven Rohingya men last October.

For Rohingya refugees currently residing in India, who the authorities claims are as many as 40,000, this second deportation seemed to harbinger a frightful pattern, especially as India's far-right government had previously pledged to deport all Rohingya. Ruling party officials have made such threats despite international law prohibiting states from refoulement, sending persons to nations where they risk persecution. In Myanmar, such persecution is a near-certainty. More than 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh after an army crackdown more than a year ago.

UN officials have described the Myanmar military's action as genocide and called for government officials to be prosecuted. The United Nations and many other rights groups and international bodies still deem Myanmar unsafe for repatriation.

In response to the latest deportation, Rohingya refugees eager to avert similar fates began pouring from India into Bangladesh. Bangladeshi authorities estimate that over 1,300 Rohingya refugees have left India and sought refuge in its territory within the last month.


Most recently, 31 refugees - including 16 children and 6 women - were left stranded in the barren "no man's land" along the India-Bangladesh border for four days after Bangladesh denied them entry and the two nations failed to agree on what to do with them. Eventually, India arrested the group on January 22. Like others apprehended as "illegal migrants", these detainees will likely face lengthy jail terms. 

Such imprisonment violates not only India's own law but also international law prohibiting arbitrary arrests and detentions, as well as the customarily recognised right to seek asylum.

Yet, given the pattern of behaviour the current Indian government has displayed towards the Rohingya, it is hardly surprising that many Indian officials feel emboldened enough to routinely violate international and national legal norms with impunity when dealing with Rohingya refugees. 

According to the United Nations, every minute 20 people flee their homes to escape war, terror and persecution. World Refugee Day is marked on June 20 every year to draw attention to the plight of millions of forcibly displaced men, women and children around the world.

Click through to look at 10 countries responsible for the most number of refugees and the top 10 countries in which they seek shelter. The list is drawn from United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) Mid-Year Trends 2017 data. 

(Pictured) Refugees after being rescued from the Mediterranean Sea, near Libya.

BJP's anti-Rohingya policies
The majority of India's Rohingya came to India either prior to 2012 or following that year's violence in Myanmar - all well before the 2017 genocide. At the time, Bangladesh was much less welcoming to refugees, but India appeared to offer great promise. 

"Most of us went to Bangladesh first, but with little or very bad work, and the government didn't support us like it supports the refugees who are there now," one Rohingya refugee, who had been residing in India for over five years told me. "People were saying that in India, there were better economic opportunities - real jobs for us."

Unfortunately for many, upon arrival, those opportunities proved largely illusory. Still, they found India more peaceful and welcoming than Bangladesh. Although living conditions remained challenging and work scarce, the government did little to prevent refugees from pursuing better futures. At the time, more refugee children were allowed to attend school, and some areas even offered basic assistance.

In the years since, however, attitudes towards minorities - particularly Muslims - have shifted dramatically in India, devastating the livelihoods and prospects of many Rohingya living there.

In 2014, Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the majority in parliament and its firebrand leader, Narendra Modi, became prime minister. 

Modi’s government made short work of vilifying Muslims and particularly Rohingya, recasting them as terrorists and "illegal Bengalis" (just like the Myanmar authorities do). The BJP has characterised Muslim refugees in India as threats to the very fabric of Indian society and used them as a tool to draw the country's Hindu majority into their far-right movement. 

Indeed, over less than a decade, the Hindu-nationalist government and its supporters succeeded in drastically eroding many of the most fundamental human rights of the Rohingya refugees, including access to work, education, shelter, sanitation, healthcare, and basic human dignity, among others.

Most recently, Indian authorities ceased to recognise the UNHCR-issued refugee cards of Rohingya, effectively taking away the little amount of legal protection some 18,000 registered Rohingya refugees had in the country. At the moment, virtually all activities and services (including education, work, and healthcare) require a residency-based Aadhar card. According to Rohingya advocates and refugees, these were previously issued to some Rohingya who met the government’s criteria, but this practice has since ceased.

Rohingya also face increased surveillance, at times going as far as harassment, with officials repeatedly collecting biodata, fingerprints, and paperwork. In areas where the police are most hostile - like Jammu and Hiryana - refugees fleeing to other parts of the country or to Bangladesh report extortion, arbitrary arrests and detentions, and beatings are also on the rise. 

The government also bars Rohingya from owning property or building permanent structures. This limits them to either renting dirt patches in remote settlements and constructing jhuggis (slum-like shanties), or - for a fortunate few - renting urban flats from sympathetic landlords. Jhuggidwellers typically face the greatest hardships, as most work in rag picking (waste collection) or other irregular, poorly-paid labour. 

Rag picking in particular - perhaps the most common occupation among India’s Rohingya - poses serious health risks, as constantly handling and living amidst waste causes workers - including children as young as five - to frequently contract myriad unidentifiable maladies, while dire sanitation conditions further exacerbate widespread illness. In the squalid settlement of Faridabad, for instance, 180 refugees all working as rag pickers have no latrine in the entire camp, while nearly all residents' income goes to healthcare.

Hate crime and extremist rhetoric
Since 2014, there has also been an uptick in hate crimes against Rohingya throughout India, with verbal and physical assaults becoming familiar occurrences for some. Last April, on the very night that an international Rohingya conference was held in New Delhi, the Kalindi Kunj jugghi settlement was burned to the ground. When its 226 residents relocated and rebuilt, their attackers attempted (though fortunately failed) to destroy their settlement again. 

Further, in 2017, as Myanmar's Rohingya genocide escalated, fear of a massive Rohingya influx permeated the northern Jammu region, where most of Rohingya refugees in India reside. Extremist rhetoric grew especially venomous, with one Jammu official even advocating for an "identify and kill" movement. Extremists have since adopted this mantra, protesting to demand full deportations and using billboards and front-page advertisements to convey propaganda and threats to local Rohingya. 

In light of all these abuses, many Rohingya are trying their best to assimilate. Some managed to adjust their appearance and even learn Hindi well enough to pass as Indian, and as a result face relatively less harassment in their daily lives. Few others, who still hold Aadhar cards and have been able to secure steady, relatively reasonably paid work, also manage to get by. Yet even these relatively privileged Rohingya lack full protection, and they do not see a path towards citizenship or at least residency permit. 

Thousands of less privileged Rohingya, on the other hand, continue to live in a state of fear, deprivation and debilitating uncertainty while facing daily harassment, discrimination and persecution.

Recent deportations have drawn some attention to the serious dangers that still await Rohingya in Myanmar and encouraged the international community to take a stand against forced repatriations. However, the world also needs to pay attention to the plight of Rohingya still living in India. 

The Indian government appears intent on following dangerously in the footsteps of the Myanmar authorities: intentionally fomenting religious-nationalist fervour and placing thousands of already traumatised Rohingya in a state of constant fear and deprivation. If we don't act now and pressure the Indian government to reverse its divisive rhetoric and dangerous policies, Rohingya will continue to be victimised by aggressive nationalism and Islamophobia in yet another country.




Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Who is responsible of #Sahiwal incident - Present Govt or Previous Govts -  Usman Buzdar Bhi Shehbaz Sharif ke Naqsh e Qadam Per | Awaz | Jan 21,2019

Who is responsible of #Sahiwal incident - Present Govt or Previous Govts - Usman Buzdar Bhi Shehbaz Sharif ke Naqsh e Qadam Per | Awaz | Jan 21,2019

Who is responsible of #Sahiwal incident - Present Govt or Previous Govts -  Usman Buzdar Bhi Shehbaz Sharif ke Naqsh e Qadam Per | Awaz | Jan 21,2019

Who is responsible of #Sahiwal incident - Present Govt or Previous Govts -  Usman Buzdar Bhi Shehbaz Sharif ke Naqsh e Qadam Per | Awaz | Jan 21,2019





Monday, January 14, 2019

Minor girl student gives birth to baby in her hostel

Minor girl student gives birth to baby in her hostel

Minor girl student gives birth to baby in her hostel



BHUBANESHWAR: Tension ran high on Sunday after a minor student of a state-run tribal residential school in Odisha’s Kandhamal district delivered a baby girl in her hostel, officials said.

The Kandhamal district administration took action against nine persons in connection with the incident.

The 14-year-old girl, a student of Class 8, delivered the baby in the school hostel on Saturday night, Kandhamal District Welfare Officer (DWO) Charulata Mallick said.

The school is run by the SC (scheduled caste) and ST (scheduled tribe) development department of Odisha.

“The girl was raped eight months ago at her village. She couldn’t reveal it out of fear and shame. The main accused has been detained,” Kandhamal Superintendent of Police Prateek Singh told media persons.

Source: Siasat



Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Man murders wife and tow children based on advice by spiritual healer

Man murders wife and tow children based on advice by spiritual healer

Man murders wife and tow children based on advice by spiritual healer

A man killed his wife and two children based on advise from a spiritual healer in Khanewal district on Monday, a local media outlet reported.  The man, identified as Shaukat Ali, visited Multan to discuss problems with his faith healer who told him to murder his wife and daughter in the name of ‘honour’.

Shaukat killed his 55-year-old wife, 17-year-old daughter and nine-year-old son when they were asleep. However, his 11-year-old-son woke up and fled the scene.

Police soon reached the crime scene and arrested Shaukat. A case has been registered against him and investigations initiated.





Friday, September 28, 2018

Teenage girl, boyfriend beheaded by father and uncle in Attock village

Teenage girl, boyfriend beheaded by father and uncle in Attock village

An 18-year-old girl was beheaded along with her 21-year-old boyfriend by her father and uncle in what the police are calling yet another incident of honour killing, DawnNews TV reported on Monday.

The incident, that took place in a small village in Attock district, transpired when the man arrived at the girl's house to meet her, police said. Soon after, the girl's father Masood and her uncle Waheed walked in and, after tying the victims with ropes, beheaded them with a sharp object.

The police have arrested both suspects and recovered the murder weapon as well, Sub-inspector of Saddar police station Asif Khan told DawnNews TV. The bodies of both victims have been sent to District Headquarters Hospital for an autopsy after which they will be returned to their families. A case of double-murder has also been registered.

Honour killings continue despite new laws
Scores of people in Pakistan, an overwhelming majority of whom are women, are still being murdered by relatives for bringing 'shame' on their family, more than a year since new laws came into force aimed at stemming the menace of 'honour killings'. In October 2016, a joint sitting of both houses of parliament passed two key pro-women bills that had been pending assent for a long time.

The move at that time was cautiously hailed by women's rights activists. More than a year on, however, lawyers and activists say honour killings are still occurring at an alarming pace.

At least 280 such murders were recorded by the independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan from October 2016 to June 2017 ─ a figure believed to be understated and incomplete.

The legislation mandates life imprisonment for honour killings, but whether a murder can be defined as a crime of honour is left to the judge's discretion.

That means the culprits can simply claim another motive and still be pardoned, according to Dr Farzana Bari, a widely respected activist and head of the Gender Studies Department at Islamabad's Quaid-i-Azam University.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Gender discrimination kills 239,000 girls in India each year, study finds - CNN

Gender discrimination kills 239,000 girls in India each year, study finds - CNN


(CNN)An estimated 239,000 girls under the age of five die in India each year due to neglect linked to gender discrimination, a new study has found.

The figure, which amounts to 2.4 million deaths a decade, does not include pre-natal mortality rates.

"Gender-based discrimination towards girls doesn't simply prevent them from being born, it may also precipitate the death of those who are born," wrote the study's co-researcher Christophe Guilmoto in the Lancet medical journal.

"Gender equity is not only about rights to education, employment or political representation. It is also about care, vaccination, and nutrition of girls, and ultimately survival," added Guilmoto.

The report is the first to examine the number of avoidable deaths among girls under five in India at a district level, showing specific geographic patterns of avoidable female mortality across India's 640 districts.

Avoidable or excess mortality is defined as the difference between observed and expected mortality rates.

To determine that figure for India, researchers used UN population data from 46 countries to calculate the difference between the expected morality rate for girls aged under five in areas of the world without gender discrimination and the reality inside India.

The researchers found that 29 out of 35 Indian states showed overall excess mortality in girls under five, and all Indian states and territories, apart from two, contained at least one district with excess mortality.

India's gender inequality has led to millions of 'unwanted' girls

India's gender inequality has led to millions of 'unwanted' girls

The average level of excess mortality in girls aged 0-4 in India between 2000-2005 was 18.5 per 1,000 live births, or close to a quarter of a million deaths a year.

"Around 22% of the overall mortality burden of females under five is therefore due to gender bias," the study's authors, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) a scientific institute based in Austria, said in a statement released Monday.

IIASA researchers found that the problem was most pronounced in northern India, where the four largest states, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh, accounted for two thirds of the total excess deaths of infant girls under five.

The study showed that the areas worse affected were typically in rural regions, with low levels of education, high population densities and high birth rates.

The study's co-author Nandita Saikia, from the IIASA, said that the findings reinforced the need to address directly the issue of gender discrimination in addition to "encouraging social and economic development for its benefits on Indian women."

The report suggests many of the deaths are at least partly due to unwanted female child bearing in a society that has a preference for sons.

"The sustained fertility decline currently observed in north India is likely to lead to a reduction in postnatal discrimination. Unless son preference diminishes, lower fertility, however, might bring about a rise in gender-biased sex selection," said Saikia.

A preference for boys and the availability of sex-selective operations, although illegal in India, means there's a gender gap of as many as 63 million girls.

As a result, India has one of the most skewed sex ratios in the world. For every 107 males born in India, there are 100 females. According to the World Health Organization the natural sex ratio at birth is 105 males for every 100 females.

Read on CNN



Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Another young Girl commits suicide at Kalash valley of Chitral -  22nd suicide case of suicide in last 6 months

Another young Girl commits suicide at Kalash valley of Chitral - 22nd suicide case of suicide in last 6 months

Another young Girl commits suicide at Kalash valley of Chitral -  22nd suicide case of suicide in last 6 months.  

By Gul Hamaad Farooqi 

CHITRAL: An other young girl of 20-year-y committed suicide at Kalash valley of Birir village at her home. According to SHO police station Ayun Miss Sadia daughter of Bahadur Khan, consumed poison over her engagement break-up and ended her life.

The body was being shifted to the Tehsil Headquarters (THQ) Hospital Ayun for a postmortem. It is worth to mention here that this is 22nd case of suicide in last 6 months. Social and political circle of Chitral expressed concerned on the high ratio of suicide cases at Chitral especially among the women folk in most peaceful district of KP.



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