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  1. RAWALPINDI: Security forces in Punjab arrested seven terrorists under the ongoing Operation Raddul Fasaad, said the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Wednesday. The terrorists were arrested in search operations conducted by local police, Punjab Rangers and intelligence agencies across Lahore, Dera Ghazi Khan and Attock and were linked to proscribed organisations. Numerous Afghan citizens were also arrested in the sweeps, added ISPR. A sizeable quantity of arms and ammunition was also recovered during the raids. Pakistani security forces launched a nationwide military operation 'Radd-ul-Fasaad', which includes broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations across the country.
  2. Jon Snow and Daenerys during a scene in Game of Thrones season 7 MUMBAI: Four people have been arrested in India for leaking an episode from HBO´s "Game of Thrones" television series before it was aired in the country, police said Monday. Already the most pirated show in TV history, the popular fantasy drama -- which tells the story of noble families vying for the Iron Throne -- has been plagued by leaks in recent weeks following the premiere of the seventh season. After receiving a complaint for a company "we investigated the case and have arrested four individuals for unauthorised publication of the fourth episode from season seven," Deputy Commissioner of Police Akbar Pathan told AFP. He said the four -- accused of criminal breach of trust and computer-related offences -- would be detained until August 21 amid an investigation. The case was filed by a Mumbai-based company responsible for storing and processing the TV episodes for an app, local media said. The four arrested were company employees who possessed official credentials giving them access to the episodes, the reports added. Gendry finally made a return in episode 5 of season 7 Game of Thrones has more Emmy Awards than any narrative show in history and airs in 170 countries, with viewership figures shattering records across the world. As well as being a hit globally, it has a massive fan base in South Asia. Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss last year announced the shortened run of seven and six episodes for the final two seasons and confirmed the summer return for season seven, a departure from the usual April premieres. The show has been teasing winter´s arrival since its pilot episode in 2011, and in the latest episode preview "Death Is The Enemy" has finally moved closer to showcasing a battle between a horde of undead "White Walkers" from the frozen North and a troop of warriors led by hero Jon Snow (Kit Harington).
  3. Photo: File QUETTA: As many as 31 suspects were arrested including, Afghan nationals, by the Frontier Corps and police personnel in a search operation conducted under Operation Raddul Fasaad in the wee hours of Friday. According to an Inter Services Public Relations statement, search operations were conducted in Kuchlak, Kachi Shahwani, Saryab, Hazarganji, Nawankali and Faizabad areas. The statement added that the search operations were conducted in view of the threat alerts regarding the August 14 celebratory events across the province. SMGs, pistols and undocumented vehicles were recovered from the suspects, said the statement.
  4. Eggs are destroyed at a chicken farm in Nadrin, Houffalize, on August 9, 2017. AFP/Belga/Koen Blanckaert BRUSSELS: Dutch investigators arrested two suspects Thursday over Europe's widening tainted egg scandal, as Denmark announced that 20 contaminated tonnes had been sold there. Danish food authorities said boiled and peeled eggs ? imported from a Belgian supplier ? had been found to contain traces of the fipronil insecticide that has seen millions of eggs pulled from supermarket shelves across Europe. The eggs were mostly sold to cafes and caterers, Danish authorities said, stressing that the level of the insecticide in the eggs was too low to pose a health risk to humans. The scandal also spread eastwards on Thursday as a tonne of contaminated egg yolk was found in Romania, and 21 boxes of the tainted eggs were discovered in Slovakia. It also reached Luxembourg, while Britain said it had imported 700,000 eggs from Dutch farms linked to the scandal ? far more than first thought. Sweden and Switzerland have also found contaminated eggs. Fipronil is commonly used to get rid of fleas, lice, and ticks from animals but is banned by the European Union from use in the food industry. When eaten in large quantities it can harm people's kidneys, liver, and thyroid glands. Belgium accuses Netherlands of tainted eggs cover-up The Dutch food and goods watchdog NVWA rejected the claim With questions growing about how the contamination happened and whether consumers have been kept in the dark, pressure has grown on the two countries at the centre of the scandal ? the Netherlands and Belgium. In joint raids with Belgium, Dutch prosecutors said they had arrested "two managers at the company that allegedly used the substance at poultry farms," with Dutch media naming the suspects' firm as Chickfriend. Farmers in the Netherlands ? one of Europe's biggest egg exporters ? and Belgium have previously identified Chickfriend as the company that they hired to treat their chickens to eradicate the parasite red lice. 'Prohibited products' seized Dutch authorities said the raids also focused on a Belgian supplier of fipronil ? named in the media as Poultry-Vision ? and another unidentified Dutch company that allegedly colluded with it. "They are suspected of putting public health in danger by supplying and using fipronil in pens containing egg-laying chickens," prosecutors' spokeswoman Marieke van der Molen said. Belgian investigators meanwhile identified 26 people or companies as suspects during the 11 raids by police and food safety agency officers, for offences including fraud and breaking EU food laws. Investigators seized paperwork, cars, banking details, and fixed assets in both countries. They said they had also seized 6,000 litres of "prohibited products" in Belgium. The joint offensive came despite Belgium earlier accusing the Netherlands of knowing about the problem of fipronil in eggs since November 2016 but failing to inform them until July. The Netherlands denied the charge. Sandwiches off shelves In Britain, four major supermarket chains have withdrawn some products containing eggs over the scandal, including sandwiches and salads, the Food Standards Agency said. Luxembourg said eggs sold in branches of the discount supermarket Aldi had been withdrawn, with one batch containing so much fipronil it was unsafe to be eaten by young children. The eggs at the centre of the scandal have mainly come from the Netherlands, followed by Belgium and Germany. Scores of farms have been shut. Tainted eggs scandal spreads to Britain, France Supermarkets in Europe have pulled millions of eggs from the shelves since Belgium gave the first notification on July 20 As the probe continues into how the contamination happened, a lawyer for Poultry-Vision said the firm sold it to Chickfriend, but it has not said where it got the substance. Dutch eggs in Slovakia Slovak authorities said Thursday they had discovered a batch of insecticide-tainted eggs imported from The Netherlands via Germany as the scandal spread to Romania and Denmark. The country's veterinary inspectors found 21 packages of hard-boiled and peeled eggs that were contaminated with fipronil in a warehouse of the western village of Vrbove, agriculture ministry spokeswoman Zuzana Peiger Acjakova told AFP. Authorities in Slovakia were informed about the shipment of tainted eggs by an EU-wide rapid alert system, Acjakova said. "Freshness is a criterion that consumers should take into account because it determines the quality of the product," Slovak Agriculture Minister Gabriela Matecna said in a statement. "Slovak foodstuffs are under strict control of our veterinary administration from the field to the shelves," she added. 20 tonnes of contaminated eggs sold Twenty tonnes of fipronil-contaminated eggs have been sold in Denmark, the country's Veterinary and Food Administration said on Thursday. "The Danish company Danaeg Products has received a total of 20 tonnes of boiled and peeled eggs from a Belgian supplier. The eggs have mostly been sold to cafeterias, cafes, and catering firms, and have most probably not been sold in Danish retail stores to any large degree," the agency said, adding the eggs posed no risk to human consumption. "Tests analysed in the Netherlands showed traces of fipronil in the eggs, but not at a level harmful to people's health. Because the contents are illegal, Danaeg Products is recalling the eggs from their customers," it added. The administration had earlier this week said Denmark was unaffected by the tainted egg scandal spreading across Europe. "The Veterinary and Food Administration is following the issue closely, and cannot exclude that further examination may uncover more imports of fipronil-tainted eggs or egg products to Denmark," it said.
  5. File Photo KARACHI: Nine suspects were arrested and 15 detained during search operations conducted late Thursday night in various areas of the metropolis, police officials said. Three suspects were taken into custody during an operation carried out in the city's Saudabad area, police stated, adding that weapons and contraband have been recovered from them. The arrestees are said to have been involved in street crimes, authorities said. Five suspects were arrested late Thursday night during an operation conducted in Sultanabad, Manghopir, Superintendent of Police (SP)-Orangi Abid Baloch mentioned, noting that 15 others were held for further questioning. Weapons and contraband were recovered from the arrestees, the police official added. CTD encounter The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) on Thursday night was involved in an encounter near Bagh-e-Korangi, resulting in the arrest of one suspect, while another managed to flee, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Munir Shaikh said. The detained suspect was injured during the exchange of gunfire, the police official said, adding that he belongs to a political party and has been involved in cases of target killing. Police added that weapons were seized from the arrestee. Raid on sheesha bar Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) on Thursday night carried out a raid on a sheesha bar in Block L of North Nazimabad, SP Gulberg Town explained, adding that the owner of the outlet was taken into custody. In addition, a large number of sheeshas were seized from the bar, the police official mentioned. Geo obtains CCTV footage of robbery Geo News has obtained the CCTV footage of a robbery that was carried out in Nazimabad No. 4, the channel reported. The video clip shows the dacoits arriving at the scene on a bike, looting a citizen, and then driving away. The robbers' faces are clearly visible in the footage. Lahore search operation A search operation was carried out by police late Thursday night in various areas of the city's City Division, officials said. Places included in the search were truck stops, shops, and factories, among others, police sources mentioned, adding that identities of numerous people were checked through biometric verification. Dacoits held in Hyderabad, Khairpur One dacoit was taken into custody during an alleged police encounter carried out in the city's Baldia area, security officials said. The dacoit ? who was injured during the exchange of gunfire ? was subsequently transferred to a hospital for medical treatment, police added. Weapons were recovered from the detained suspect, police said. On the other hand, four dacoits were detained during a similar encounter late Thursday night in Khairpur's Babarloo police station jurisdiction, LEAs said. Of the four arrestees, two were taken into custody in a wounded state, police explained, adding that all of them were involved in robberies on the National Highway.
  6. DUBAI: Iranian security forces have broken up a group linked to Daesh which was planning attacks on religious centers in the country and trying to hide weapons in home appliances, state news agency IRNA reported on Monday, The agency said the operation was conducted jointly with another country's agents and a total of 27 suspects were arrested. The agency did not name the other country. Daesh claimed responsibility for an attack in June in which suicide bombers and gunmen attacked the Iranian parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini's mausoleum in Tehran, killing 18 people. It threatened more attacks against Iran. Intelligence Ministry agents "were able to arrest a terrorist group linked to Daesh that intended to carry out terror operations in religious cities ...," IRNA said. "The terrorists were trying to bring (weapons and ammunition) into the country by concealing them in home appliances," the agency quoted a ministry statement as saying. It said 10 people were arrested at the group's leadership center abroad and 17 people inside Iran. Five of the 17 were due to carry out the attacks in Iran and the other 12 were supporting them, statement said. The statement did not identify the religious centers it said were the targets. On Sunday, Iranian media said Iran's Revolutionary Guards had killed two people in clashes with a group of militants in the northwest of the country, where shootouts with Iranian Kurdish militant groups based in Iraq are common. In June, Iran announced the arrests of the members of a group linked to Daesh which had planned bombings and suicide attacks.
  7. Marcus Hutchins, the man who was responsible for bringing down the goal cyber attack in May has been arrested for creating and distributing malicious software that is designed to collect and store bank account passwords. © Twitter He was arrested on the charge earlier this week and it came as a shock to the cybersecurity community. His quick thinking helped control the spread of the WannaCry virus that was responsible for crippling thousands of computers around the world. Hutchins was detained in Las Vegas where he was visiting and was on his way back to England for an annual gathering of hackers and IT experts. He has been charged with the creation of the Kronos banking Trojan. © Wikimedia Commons The malware created by Hutchins infect web browsers, then steals usernames and passwords when an unsuspecting user visits a bank. The ransomer out also send emails with compromising attachments that would, in turn, infect Word documents. The ad for the Kronos was listed in Russian forums in 2014 for $7000. © Reuters Hutchins was responsible for tackling and slow the spread of WannaCry in May that would lock files in computers around the world. One could unlock the computers for a ransom of $300. The damage caused by WannaCry forced hospitals, railway offices and other business to shut down operations. Hutchins created a ‘kill switch' that prevented the further spread of the ransomware. The US authorities have granted bail for the 23-year-old British hacker on the condition that he pay $30,000 and not leave the country. Hutchins, bett4er known as ‘MalwareTech' had been in Las Vegas for the annual Def Con hacking conference. He was at the airport preparing to leave when he was arrested.
  8. Eiffel Tower lit up in PSG colours PARIS: A man carrying a knife was arrested as he tried to force his way into the Eiffel Tower, the company that runs the Paris landmark said Sunday. The man, who was apparently alone, was "very quickly overpowered and arrested" and nobody was hurt, the statement added. The incident happened at 11:30 pm (2130 GMT) Saturday night, about half an hour before the Tower normally stops admitting visitors. After the arrest, police at the site checked the venue and called for it to be evacuated at around 00:30, 15 minutes before the Eiffel Tower normally closes, the statement added. The would-be intruder was wearing a Paris Saint-Germain football shirt and at the time of the incident the tower was lit up with the team colours of PSG. Eiffel Tower lights up in PSG colours to welcome Neymar The iconic landmark puts on a spectacular lights display to welcome the Brazilian football star in a truly Parisian fashion A screen near the bottom of the tower displayed a message welcoming Brazilian star Neymar to the club. France has been under a state of emergency since the November 2015 attacks on Paris restaurants, a concert venue and a sporty stadium that left 130 people dead. Since the first wave of terror attacks in January 2015, 239 people have been killed.
  9. RAWALPINDI: Security forces, with the aid of intelligence agencies, have intensified operations in Punjab and have arrested at least 21 suspects, said a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations. (ISPR). ?Pakistan Rangers Punjab along with CTD, Punjab Police and intelligence agencies have intensified ops in Punjab,? said the statement. The statement added that the 21 suspects arrested include a Tehreek-e-Taliban Swat terrorist, a gang of kidnappers and unregistered Afghan residents. The operations were intensified further under directions of Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa. A suicide bomber earlier this week targetted a group of policemen on Ferozepur road and martyred 26 people, including nine policemen.
  10. An undated handout picture released by the Schaffhausen Police on July 25, 2017, shows a man, believed to be a chainsaw-wielding loner in the town of Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Courtesy Schaffhauser Polizei/Handout via REUTERS SCHAFFHAUSEN: Swiss police on Tuesday arrested a 50-year-old man a day after he stormed into an insurance office wielding a chainsaw and wounded two staff members, bringing an end to a two-day manhunt that had also involved German police. Zurich cantonal place said in a statement that they had arrested the suspect in Thalwil, a town about 60 kilometres from Schaffhausen where the incident took place. Police had identified the suspect as Franz Wrousis, a drifter with a criminal record who mostly lived in the woods. It was not clear what may have prompted the man to assault the two office workers, one of whom was badly hurt. CSS, whose office Wrousis stormed, said he was a client. Two other customers in the office were treated for shock, while a fifth person was hurt during the police response, the authorities said. Swiss police hunt for chainsaw attacker Schaffhausen prosecutor Peter Sticher told reporters that an insurance company with offices in the building was the apparent target Authorities issued an international arrest warrant for the suspect as the police carried out the search. A spokeswoman for German federal police had said earlier that one of their helicopters was being used in the area as part of the manhunt. CSS offices in Schaffhausen, a quiet medieval town of 36,000 residents, and in other parts of the region remained closed on Tuesday while the manhunt continued, a company spokeswoman said. A man who identified himself only as Samuel and who lives in the area next to where the suspect's car was found on Monday evening said he had often seen the suspect, whom he described as "very disconnected" and uncommunicative. "He looked like a schizophrenic, but we didn't think that it would be that bad. We didn't see him as a threat or anything. We didn't think that he was dangerous, but yeah, definitely he was a strange guy," said Samuel, who did not want to give his family name. "The last time I saw him was on Sunday morning when I was walking our dog. He was standing still because he saw me coming or somebody else coming and he didn't move until everybody else was gone again."
  11. Arrested terror suspect Ali Akhtar MINGORA: The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of Malakand division arrested a key terror suspect named Ali Akhtar in Swat on Monday. According to the CTD officials, Ali Akhtar was arrested during a raid carried out in Kanju Township following a tip-off regarding the suspect?s presence in the area. He was involved in attacks on security forces in Kabal, Swat, CTD police said. The terror suspect has been transferred to an unknown location after his arrest for further questioning.
  12. Former SECP Chairman Zafar Hijazi pictured emerging from an ambulance on Saturday. ISLAMABAD: Former Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Chairman Zafar Hijazi was diagnosed with a kidney infection on Saturday. The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Friday arrested Chairman Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) Zafar Hijazi after Special Judge Central Tahir Mehmood cancelled his bail. The test result of Hijazi's heart exercise tolerance test (ETT) test was positive, however, he was shifted to the Critical Care Unit (CCU) for treatment of his kidney infection, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Hospital vice chancellor said. Another round of medical tests will be conducted after 24-hours. The government on Friday decided to appoint SECP senior commissioner Tahir Mehmood as the acting chairman for the regulatory body, sources said. A lower court on July 17 granted a five-day pre-arrest bail to Hijazi against two surety bonds worth Rs250,000 each after Hijazi filed for a pre-arrest bail as per Section 498 of the Criminal Procedure Code of Pakistan, citing medical grounds as the basis for the request. An FIA inquiry team had found Hijazi guilty of tampering the records of companies owned by the Sharif family and recommended registering a First Information Report (FIR) against him. The team submitted a 28-page inquiry report to the Supreme Court (SC) on July 9, in which it endorsed the stance of the joint investigation team (JIT) probing the offshore assets of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family in connection with the Panamagate case. Hijazi's lawyer had argued in court that SECP staffers did not tamper records of Chaudhry Sugar Mills under duress.
  13. RAWALPINDI: Under the ongoing operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, Punjab Rangers, Counter-terrorism Department, police and security agencies conducted a combined operation, arresting 11 facilitators from a proscribed organisation, according to an Inter-Services Public Relations statement. According to the military?s media cell, the combined operations were conducted in Lahore, DG Khan and Rawalpindi. The arrested terrorists belong to proscribed Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, according to the ISPR. The security forces recovered arms and ammunition as well from the terrorists? possession. According to the ISPR, the ammunition was to be used to in terrorist activities in Punjab. Pakistan had launched a nationwide military operation 'Radd-ul-Fasaad' in February 2017, which was based on broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations across the country.
  14. Rapper DMX turned himself in to authorities on federal charges of tax fraud, according to New York prosecutors. The recording artist, whose real name is Earl Simmons, allegedly engaged in a multi-year scheme to hide millions of dollars in income from authorities and owes $1.7 million in taxes. Acting Manhattan US Attorney Joon Kim said the performer took in millions from his performances, television shows and songs -- including the 2003 hit "X Gon' Give it to Ya" -- but evaded paying taxes on his earnings by "avoiding personal bank accounts, setting up accounts in other's names and paying personal expenses largely in cash." "Celebrity rapper or not, all Americans must pay their taxes," Kim said in a statement. "We will pursue those who deliberately and criminally evade this basic obligation of citizenship." Following his arrest the 46-year-old -- known for his deep, rough voice and often dark or violent lyrics -- is due to appear Friday in Manhattan federal court. A native of Yonkers, New York, he was charged with 14 counts and could face more than 40 years in prison. DMX, who gained fame in the early nineties, has a colourful criminal history. He has been arrested over offenses including drug possession, reckless driving, animal cruelty and failing to pay child support.
  15. Emergency services and delivery drivers came to the aid of an acid attack victim on Queensbridge Road in Hackney. Photo: Twitter/Sarah Cobbold LONDON: British police said on Friday they arrested a teenager after five acid attacks in east London left several people with facial injuries including one with "life-changing" effects. One of the victims had been on a moped when two assailants pulled up alongside him in another moped and threw a corrosive substance in his face, the Metropolitan police said. One of the pair then stole the vehicle. Police were called to the first acid attack at 2125 GMT (5:25 p.m. ET) on Thursday, followed by four other incidents within the following hour and a half all in the east London area, which police said they were treating as linked. Officers said they were continuing to investigate but had arrested a young man. "A male, in his teens has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and robbery. He is currently in custody at an east London police station."
  16. A huge quantity of illegal weapons, ammunition and LEAs' uniforms were reportedly recovered from the suspects. Photo: ISPR RAWALPINDI: Gangs of terrorists' facilitators, including women operatives, were arrested by law enforcing agencies (LEAs) on Friday, as part of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. The arrests were made during a joint intelligence-based operation by Pakistan Rangers Punjab, police and intelligence agencies in Dera Ghazi Khan, according to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). Moreover, a huge quantity of illegal automatic weapons, ammunition and LEAs' uniforms were recovered from the gang members, ISPR added. The suspects were said to be transporting the weapons and ammo for terrorist activities in major cities of Punjab and Sindh. Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad was launched in February for the elimination of terrorism across the country. The Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Navy, Civil Armed Forces as well as other security and law enforcement agencies continue to actively participate and support the efforts of the Pakistan Army to eliminate terrorist elements from the country, according to the ISPR.
  17. LAHORE: At least twenty kite flyers were arrested in a crackdown on Sunday by the police and cases were registered against them. Despite a ban on kite-flying in Lahore and frequent crackdown operations by the police since five months, some people still continue making and flying kites, while disobeying the law. According to police officials, in crackdown operations across various areas of Lahore, 20 kite flyers were arrested. The police also seized huge amounts of kites, rolls and strings, and registered cases against the suspects. DIG Operations Dr Haider Ashraf said kite flying will be strictly prohibited and action should be taken against those found violating the ban by flying or selling kites and the material associated with the activity. He also appealed that parents should discourage their children from participating in this dangerous activity. The ban on the selling and flying of kites will be maintained by any means, added police officials. Earlier, in May, at least three people were injured as youth in Lahore engaged in kite flying on weekend night, defying the ban. In Singhpura area, a 31-year-old man was injured after a kite string slit his neck and hand. The man, Qadeer, was shifted to Mayo Hospital, where he got six stitches on his neck. Ali Hassan, 25, and Abrar, 28, were also wounded in similar incidents in Dhobi Ghat and Railway Station areas. They were also shifted to Mayo Hospital. Citizens complained that violation of the ban on kite flying during night-time has become a routine in Salamatpura, Harbanspura, Journalist Colony and several other areas. In the past five months, over 300 kite flyers have been arrested from several areas of Lahore. Police also seized over 6,000 kites, rolls and strings.
  18. Actor Shia LaBeouf exits the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse following an appearance in New York, March 20, 2015. Photo: REUTERS/file WASHINGTON: US film star Shia LaBeouf was arrested in Georgia early Saturday after becoming "aggressive" towards a police officer and behaving in a "disorderly" fashion, authorities said. According to the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, LaBeouf was arrested in the early hours after he approached a bystander and a police officer, asking for a cigarette. He was released hours later after posting a $7,000 bond, Pete Nichols, spokesman for the Chatham County Sheriff´s Department told AFP. It is the latest in a series of arrests for "Transformers" star LaBeouf, with at least one past incident also involving "disorderly" behavior. "When LaBeouf wasn´t given a cigarette, he became disorderly, using profanities and vulgar language in front of the women and children present," the police department said in a statement. The officer told to LaBeouf to leave the area but he refused and grew aggressive, the statement read. When the officer attempted to place LaBeouf under arrest, he ran to a nearby hotel before eventually getting arrested in the lobby. LaBeouf was charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct, and public drunkenness. LaBeouf is in Georgia to film the "Peanut Butter Falcon," a movie co-starring Dakota Johnson. Also known for films such as "Disturbia" (2007) and Lars von Trier´s "Nymphomaniac" (2013), LaBeouf was arrested in January when he allegedly grabbed and pushed a man outside the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, where the film star had set up an anti-Donald Trump installation. LaBeouf has said the charges against him were subsequently dropped. He was also arrested in June 2014 at a Broadway musical after causing a disturbance in the theater.
  19. LAHORE: At least ten kite flyers were arrested in a crackdown on Sunday by the police and cases were registered against them. Despite a ban on kite-flying in Lahore and frequent crackdown operations by the police since five months, some people still continue making and flying kites, while disobeying the law. According to police officials, in crackdown operations across various areas of Nawakot, 10 kite flyers were arrested. The police also seized huge amounts of kites, rolls and strings, and registered cases against the suspects. DIG Operations Dr Haider Ashraf said kite flying will be strictly prohibited and action should be taken against those found violating the ban by flying or selling kites and the material associated with the activity. He also appealed that parents should discourage their children from participating in this dangerous activity. The ban on the selling and flying of kites will be maintained by any means, added police officials. Earlier, in May, at least three people were injured as youth in Lahore engaged in kite flying on weekend night, defying the ban. In Singhpura area, a 31-year-old man was injured after a kite string slit his neck and hand. The man, Qadeer, was shifted to Mayo Hospital, where he got six stitches on his neck. Ali Hassan, 25, and Abrar, 28, were also wounded in similar incidents in Dhobi Ghat and Railway Station areas. They were also shifted to Mayo Hospital. Citizens complained that violation of the ban on kite flying during night-time has become a routine in Salamatpura, Harbanspura, Journalist Colony and several other areas. In the past five months, over 300 kite flyers have been arrested from several areas of Lahore. Police also seized over 6,000 kites, rolls and strings.
  20. QUETTA: Eight suspects belonging to a proscribed organisation were caught on Sunday from Balochistan?s Kohlu district, according to Inter-Services Public Relations statement. The Army?s media wing said that the Frontier Corps conducted a search operation in the district's Surian Kor area, under the ongoing military Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. According to the ISPR, three SMGs, five rifles, 18 magazines, and thousands of rounds were recovered from the suspects? possession. The ISPR added that the arrested suspects were involved in planting an improvised explosive device on a railway track in Machh area. Balochistan - Pakistan's largest province in terms of land area - has been plagued by an insurgency and sectarian killings for several years now. However, security forces have conducted effective operations across the province cracking down on militants. This has led to a considerable drop in militancy in the province but scattered attacks are still reported at times. Security forces have also intensified intelligence-based and combing operations in the province in an effort to establish peace in the province.
  21. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/619201569e998a1476eb1b517ef5403a.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ny8yLzIwMTcgNzowNDoxNCBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPWw2WGt0MGNzYTRDdjROeldhVExJdkE9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] KARACHI: Karachi Central Jail Assistant Superintendent Ayaz Salik was arrested on Sunday over charges of terrorism. According to the Additional IG Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) Dr Sanaullah Abbasi, 15 central jail officials have been arrested so far in what is considered to be one of the most daring prison break incidents in recent history. Karachi prison break: Arrest of escaped prisoners top priority, says SSP CTD SSP CTD said it would be requested to transfer the cases of the dangerous terrorists to military courts On June 15, two under-trial prisoners (UTPs), Sheikh Muhammad alias Firon and Ahmed Khan alias Manako, managed to escape from the jail?s judicial complex, where they were brought for a hearing. Following the escape of the two UTPs who reportedly belonged to the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, 12 police personnel, including the jail superintendent, were arrested at the behest of the Sindh law and prisons minister. A case was also registered against them in the New Town Police Station. Karachi prison break: Suspects used main gate, not boundary wall to escape, says CTD AIG Sanaullah Abbasi questions why two LeJ suspects were brought to court when judge was off Later, investigations showed that the two prisoners were also aided by other inmates as well. The CTD is leading the investigation into the jail break. The two fugitives were arrested by the CTD in 2013 over involvement in dozens of targeted killings.
  22. KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies on Saturday night conducted various search operations and detained two suspects, Geo News reported. A target killer was taken into custody during a search operation carried out in Tori Bangash area?s Khalil Market, Superintendent of Police (SP) Orangi Abid Ali Baloch said, adding that the suspect has been identified as Ahsan, who operated under the alias Sonu. The arrestee, who belongs to a political party, has been allegedly involved in various cases of target killing, the police official explained. A registered First Information Report (FIR) already exists in the Orangi Town police station, Baloch added. Weapons that the detainee had used in target killing incidents earlier have been recovered, the SP stated. During a raid in the metropolis? Pirabad area, security forces arrested one suspect, who has been identified as Kamran, police said. The security officials added that weapons, mobile phones, and a motorcycle have been recovered from the arrestee.
  23. Photo: File Indian police Saturday said one person has been arrested after a mob stabbed a Muslim teenager to death on suspicion of carrying beef, an offence in many parts of the Hindu-majority country. Cows are revered by Hindus and slaughtering them as well as possession or consumption of beef is banned in most Indian states, with some imposing life sentences for breaking the law. Junaid Khan, 15, was travelling from New Delhi on Friday with three of his brothers when a fight erupted over seats. Between 15 and 20 men pulled out knives and set upon the brothers while making anti-Muslim comments and insisting one of the packets they were carrying contained beef. While Khan was stabbed to death, his brother Shakir sustained injuries on the throat, chest and hands, police said. "The fight started over seats. We are looking into the matter and we have arrested one of the accused who is a 35-year-old old man from (northern state of) Haryana," Ajay Kumar, a government railway police official told AFP. Khan´s brother Hassem told reporters the mob ignored their repeated pleas that they were not carrying any beef. "They were pointing at a packet which had food and saying we should not be allowed to sit since we were carrying beef," Haseem said. The incident is the latest such attack by Hindu vigilantes in India, where there have been a spate of assaults against Muslims and low-caste Dalits. In the last two years, nearly a dozen Muslim men have been killed across the country on suspicion of eating beef or smuggling cows. Critics say vigilantes have been emboldened by the election in 2014 of Prime Minister Narendra Modi´s Hindu right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party. Last year Modi criticised the cow protection vigilantes and urged a crackdown against groups using religion as a cover for committing crimes.
  24. MPA Dr Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai QUETTA: Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party MPA Dr Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, whose vehicle ran over a traffic policeman in Quetta on Tuesday, has been arrested, Geo News reported. Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai?s vehicle was speeding along GPO Chowk intersection when it rammed into Traffic Sub-Inspector Haji Ataullah, who was performing his duty in the middle of the road. Sub-Inspector Haji Ataullah succumbed to his injuries despite being rushed to the hospital. MPA's vehicle runs over traffic cop in Quetta Police register case against unidentified persons despite having seized MPA's jeep A video of the incident went viral on social media, following which police took action against the death of their colleague. However, allegedly under pressure to 'hush up' the issue, the police initially registered a criminal case at the Civil Lines Police Station against ?unidentified persons?. Achakzai was elected to the provincial assembly from Killa Abdullah on PB-13.
  25. Police in India have arrested 15 Muslims for allegedly celebrating Pakistan?s stunning victory against India in the Champions Trophy finale. The 15 people were arrested in the Madhya Pradesh state on Monday over charges of sedition. They were shouting slogans in favour of Pakistan and bursting crackers, police claimed. The accused would be presented before the court on Tuesday. Pakistan thrashed India by 180 runs to clinch their maiden Champions Trophy title, in a historic victory featuring a quickfire hundred by batting sensation Fakhar Zaman and a magical spell by Mohammad Amir which removed both the Indian openers and skipper Virat Kohli.