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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



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