Truck Driving in the Pakistan.

Pakistan action urged on road accidents

News on Sunday (TNS)

disasterThird in a row
The recent collapse of a pedestrian bridge on Ring Road could have easily been avoided if there was a single authority to initiate and maintain such huge engineering projects

By  HaT
Hasty projects with little or no regard for engineering prerequisites and formalities have put the lives of scores of road users in danger as the pedestrian bridges, especially on the Ring Road, have been collapsing one by one due to small collisions with overloaded vehicles.
Poor surveillance and implementation of traffic rules by the Ring Road Police Force and City Traffic Police have further lessened the chance of survival in case of such disasters.
Two out of the three recent incidents of overhead bridges collapsing have occurred on Ring Road during the last one year, less than two years after it was constructed.
The entire government machinery is shocked. In any other country of the world, the project manager would be held responsible if such an incident had occurred but here, the issue has been put on the backburner as the officials resorted to blame game.
There is a lot of room for this ‘blame game,’ because a number of departments including the Communications & Works (C&W), Lahore Ring Road Authority, Traffic Engineering and Planning Agency (TEPA) and National Logistics Cell (NLC) are directly involved in constructing such bridges. This could have easily been avoided if there was a single authority to initiate and maintain such huge engineering projects.
On June 28, 2012, a truck (MNB-1591) was going to Niazi Shaheed Road and as it reached near Bholi Camp School the overhead-bridge collapsed on it. As a result, the truck driver Sajjad Amjad of Sargodha was crushed to death and his truck was completely destroyed.
A case was registered in the North Cantt police station against Khalid Rauf, the owner of Rauf Constructions, who was taken into police custody. The inquiry committee, constituted by the former Punjab chief minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, put the entire blame of the incident on the driver.
On December 22, 2012, an over-head pedestrian bridge collapsed as a truck hit it near the Punjab University on Canal Road. The bridge had come down as a trailer hauling heavy machinery and exceeding the stated 16-foot height limit hit into it. The driver sustained injuries while other road users were luckily saved as the traffic at night was very little.
More recently, an under-construction pedestrian bridge fell down on the Ring Road near Defence, Phase IV, due to the criminal negligence of the construction company.
The bridge collapsed at around 10 in the morning of May 22 this year. No one was hurt, but the collapse led to a massive traffic jam. No legal action has been taken against anyone so far.
Sources told TNS that the Lahore Ring Road Authority (LRRA) engineers had asked the National Logistics Cell (NLC) to stop, short of its construction, by declaring it “dangerous” some eight months back as the beam section of the bridge had cracked while it was being shifted from Package-6 of the Ring Road Project to Package-17. However, the beam was not removed from the pillars that resulted into its collapse.
The Punjab government had ordered the installation of a steel bridge at Package-6, considering the conditions of the June 28, 2012 incident. However, the NLC officials were allowed to install the beam at a pedestrian bridge in Package-17. But during its inspection at the site in Defence, Phase-IV, the LRRA engineers detected the crack and asked the NLC engineers to pull the bridge down but to no avail.
Structural engineering experts have questioned the engineering authenticity of over 20 pedestrian bridges installed on the Ring Road and many others on the Canal Road besides scores of other bridges on major and small roads of the city. They suggest that these bridges should be reexamined in order to avoid future disasters. They also say that the authorities concerned should strengthen the structures, especially the girders, of these bridges for the safety of commuters.
A civil engineer told TNS that the authorities should go for steel bridges instead of concrete structures. He went on to say that the project managers have only put beams on T-shaped pillars and not adopted safety measures by screwing them up with bolts or welding.
He also said that the beams of the Metro Bus System Route (MBSR) should also be strengthened by giving proper protection to girders in order to avert any such disaster, as girders have been placed on the overhead bridges on mere T-shaped pillars.
A senior civil engineer says there is “no proper supervision during the construction of such bridges.”
He adds that the flaws in designs, which should be site-specific, also result in disasters of this kind. The NESPAK provided consultancy to the government for the construction of pedestrian bridges on Ring Road. The project manager should be questioned about the flaws which resulted in the current incident, maintains the official, while demanding action against those responsible.
Another senior officer of Punjab government says, “The government should also break the lobbies working just for the increase of the project costs by holding them responsible for criminal negligence in such incidents.”
He adds that the focus on “perfect engineering” would help to resolve such issues at a time when traffic engineering is almost absent from the city roads.
He warns that if the Punjab government and all departments concerned did not start self-assessment and accountability on the hasty projects, it could result in irreparable loss to the nation.
Moreover, there is no guidance for drivers ahead of underpasses and overhead bridges which otherwise can play an important role in avoiding crashes.
SP Ring Road Police Force Salman Ali Khan claims that gantries have been installed ahead of the bridges that mention the maximum height of the passing vehicles and action is taken against any violators by issuing challans to them.
However, the picture on ground is different as no gantry is installed ahead of the bridges and the underpasses in the provincial metropolis, especially on the Ring Road. A few signboards exist but no police is there to man them.
Chief Traffic Officer, Capt (r) Suhail Chaudhry admits the fact that there are no gantries ahead of overhead bridges and underpasses to guide the drivers. He also says that the engineers should design projects keeping in view all necessities of citizens.
He is of the view that it was financially difficult for the traffic police to install signboards ahead of all bridges.
However, Capt (r) Suhail Chaudhry suggests, if the government installs gantries at only four entry places of the city i.e. Shahdara, Ravi Bridge, Thokar Niaz Baig and on Kasur Road, the traffic as well as the district police would be able to properly man the places and no such incident would happen in the future.

Google Adsense Rules Are Violating In Pakistan

Following Are Rules Violating In Pakistan 


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Cyber crime

Cyber Crime in Pakistan

      Here now i am going to see you about CYBER CRIME in pakistan which is going to be
      increasing day by day in pakistan and showing a great difficulty for the whole nation and
                                                              u can see now................


we will show u more ohhh sorry a lot of crimes in Pakistan ............

 CBI Website Hacked


   It was hacked by Pakistanis.Please people comments on it.

Cyber Crime Increased Against Girls In Pakistan 


       This news was about Girls who were teased by hacking.

7 Indian Government Ministries Websites Hacked by Pakistani Hackers 

       A group of Pakistani hackers Pakistan Cyber Army (PCA) has hacked and deface sever (7) high profile Indian Government Ministries websites.
The hackers going with the handles of H4x0r HuSsY, 1337,  H4x0rL1f3, Invectus, KhantastiC HaXor and Shadow008 collectively defaced top ministries websites
The list includes the official website of Mitigating Poverty in Western Rajasthan (MPOWER) ( running under Chief Minister of Rajasthan Shri Ashok Gehlot, website of Chief Commissioner (Authorized Representative) Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal, New Delhi ( (CESTAT) , Society for Applied Microwave Electronics Engineering & Research ( (Sameer), website of Works Information & Monitoring System (, official website of Bihar Tourism from Ministry of Tourism India (, website of Government of Kerala ( and website of salary revision commission of Government of Kerala (
The hackers left their deface page with a deface message explaining why the sites were hacked and greeting to other hackers.

Pakistan Hacks Bangladeshi Foreign Ministry & 26 Other Websites

The official website of Bangladeshi Foreign Ministry ( has been hacked and defaced by the hackers from Pakistan Cyber Army (PCA).
The hackers posted a list of 26 other hacked websites, most of them are educational institutes. They also left a deface message in green color with black background, according to the message:
“You have been hacked, ”This is a PayBack From Pakistan Cyber Army. This is not a game you kidz, Don’t play with fire,” 
“This is a PayBack From Pakistan Cyber Army. This is not a game you kidz, Don’t play with fire,”
“If you lamers wont stop fucking around with our Cyber Space, we will make your Cyber Space Hell.”
“More to come,” “Pakistan Zindabad.”
Looks like this cyber war between two countries will not come to an end for now, soon we will see retaliation from Bangladeshi hackers and the game will continue.
As you can see in the above screenshot , at the time of publishing this article, the website of Bangladeshi Foreign Ministry was offline, seems  as if the admins are having hard time restoring the site. 

Majority of cyber crime victims don’t report
Majority of cyber crime victims don’t reportMajority of Cyber Crime Victim don't Report
Majority of cyber crime victims don’t report

 Majority of Cyber Crime Victims don't Report

  KARACHI:The unwillingness of cyber crime victims to pursue cases
is the major hurdle in the way of investigations and action against
hackers and criminals in the country. This was stated by the President
Pakistan Information Security Association (PISA) and former additional
director general FIA Ammar Jaffery while speaking at the “Information
Security Conference” via Skype in connection with CONNECT 2012 at
Karachi Expo Centre on Wednesday.He said that 200 cases were reported for cyber crimes including hacking of website, tracing of emails, frauds through Internet and mobile phones during 2011. He pointed out that most of the cyber crime victims do not report the incident of Internet misuse to investigators due to several reasons including fear of police, black mailing and personal secrets.
Jaffery said that cyber crimes are on the rise, causing colossal damages to the victim companies and individuals in the country. He noted with pleasure that FIA has revived Cyber Security Task Force to deal with computer based crimes. “Use of forensics science system can help a lot in effectively detecting and curbing cyber crimes”, he added.
He underlined the need for creating awareness among the masses specially the users of Internet about the availability of legal means to try the hackers and misuser of cyber facilities.
Quoting the official of Internet search engine Google, he said the Pakistan is among those three countries in the world that are shy of using Internet for trading activities. As much as 190 countries in the world are using it.
Dean Faculty of Computing Riphah International University, Dr Saad Zafar while presenting his paper on “Botnets” said that 5.5 billion attacks of hacking were blocked around the globe during 2011.
He said 4,595 web attacks were blocked per day with the help of mitigating devises while an estimated 42 billion global spams per day were handled last year. He said hackers use highly customised and sophisticated tools and intrusions to hack websites and emails for steeling personal information.
He said 232 million identities were stolen during 2011 while the incidents of malicious attacks surged by 81 per cent during the year. Rewters CEO Faiz A Shuja said that effective mitigation tools were available to take down botnets and malware. He pointed out that systems using Microsoft products were the major victim of hackers.
Another computer expert Asif Riaz suggested teh users to change their passwords after every 60 days.
Technical manager National Agency for Computer Security Malaysia Haythe El Mir, chief consultant SECUREBEANS, Dr Sarfraz of TEXPO, Azam Mughal and partner IT solution providers TEXPO, Dubai Chris Dorny also presented their papers of the security issue.
Meanwhile, a large number of business executives visited Karachi Expo Center held trade negotiations on the 2nd day of 7th ICT exhibition CONNECT 2012.

KARACHI - The unwillingness of cyber crime victims to pursue cases is the major hurdle in the way of investigations and action against hackers and criminals in the country. This was stated by the President Pakistan Information Security Association (PISA) and former additional director general FIA Ammar Jaffery while speaking at the “Information Security Conference” via Skype in connection with CONNECT 2012 at Karachi Expo Centre on Wednesday. - See more at:

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