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Surviving a Bank Robbery

28/12/2015 0 Comments
Surviving a Bank Robbery

This article was first published in DAWN Magazine on 6th Dec 2015   You’re in a bank when it gets robbed. Are you supposed to drop to the floor? Challenge the robber? Try to escape? Raise the alarm? Or try and capture a picture of the robber? Every situation is different and your reaction at […]

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Express Kidnapping

03/12/2015 0 Comments
Express Kidnapping

This article was first published on 1st Nov 2015 in Dawn Magazine   An express kidnapping is when the victim is abducted and forced to withdraw their own ransom from an ATM or bank. One method is when the kidnapper accompanies the victim to the bank and has them withdraw cash at the counter by […]

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Don’t get fooled again learn to detect a Fake Pakistani Currency Note

29/12/2014 1 Comment
Don’t get fooled again learn to detect a Fake Pakistani Currency Note

This article was first published in DAWN Magazine on 21 Dec 2014   Detect a fake note Norbert Almeida Published Dec 21, 2014 06:46am Counterfeit banknotes are but a fraction of the currency in circulation. However, what happens when you obtain one? How do you reduce the chances of being passed a fake note? Are […]

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Safe & Sound – Your security is in your hands

20/05/2014 1 Comment
Safe & Sound – Your security is in your hands

This article was first published in DAWN Magazine In a society where food delivery reaches faster than an ambulance, law enforcement or the fire trucks, the one question occupying everyone’s mind is how does one survive? The simple answer is: “Be prepared”. Prepare everyone including family, friends, colleagues and neighbours for the worst case scenario. […]

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If you think the trauma of losing doc ends with the loss, think again

20/05/2014 0 Comments
If you think the trauma of losing doc ends with the loss, think again

This Article first appeared in the Dawn Magazine Lessening Your Loss Losing one’s belongings by accident or even by a more common occurrence in some parts of our country — being deprived of them by force — brings with it a great deal of nuisance and anguish. The levels of anxiety may vary depending on […]

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