NEW DELHI: India on Wednesday advised its nationals in Canada to exercise caution as ties between the two countries dropped to a new low following allegations of New Delhi’s involvement in the murder of a Sikh leader. Tension has grown since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said earlier this week Canada was investigating "credible allegations" about the potential involvement of Indian government agents in the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia in June. "In view of growing anti-India activities and politically-condoned hate crimes and criminal violence in Canada, all Indian nationals there, and those contemplating travel, are urged to exercise utmost caution," India's foreign ministry said.
Sania Mirza, the Indian tennis star, has expressed her deep respect for Pakistani actor and child rights activist Nadia Jamil, describing her as "truly inspiring." Taking to X, formerly Twitter, Sania conveyed her admiration for Nadia in response to her extensive discussion about overcoming childhood trauma, including her experiences as a survivor of child sexual abuse (CSA). Through her message, the Indian celebrity athlete told Nadia about following her activities and advocacy work. Responding to the veteran actor's long anecdote on the microblogging site about her journey towards healing, Sania wrote: "You are so truly inspiring. I’ve been following you and everything you do .. so so amazing."
PESHAWAR: For the first time ever, the Kurram police have posted a female, Samreen Amir, as the first additional station house officer (Ad-SHO), The News reported Wednesday. This is the first time any woman police officer has been posted as an additional SHO in any former tribal area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Furthermore, another woman has been posted as an additional moharar. “Samreen Amir has been posted as the additional SHO of the Parachinar police station in [the] Kurram district. We have also posted another woman, Sofia, as an additional moharar in the same police station," said Imran Mirza, Kurram district police officer (DPO), while speaking to The News. Sofia Masih was earlier posted as the in-charge of the women’s desk in Kurram a couple of years back. The Kurram DPO said that, apart from these two women, other policewomen in the district are also being trained so they can take part in regular police work more effectively. This development is significant for the former tribal districts as there are not many women posted as SHOs even in the settled districts of KP, including Peshawar. Only one woman was posted as acting SHO — that too, for a few days — in the Gulberg police station in Peshawar.
ISLAMABAD/ PESHAWAR: In the wake of mass protests against the hike in electricity bills and additional taxes across the country, top officials in the power and finance divisions have proposed recommendations on providing immediate relief to the public suggesting deductions in the bills for August and September, The News reported. The proposals will be presented before Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-Ul-Haq Kakar during the upcoming federal cabinet meeting scheduled for today (Tuesday).
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