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Travel and Terror

20/08/2016 0 Comments
Travel and Terror

This article was first published in Dawn Magazine on 31st July 2016   As the travel season peaks, the focus has been on the threat of terrorism in major tourist hubs. While concern has been around travel bookings, hotel safety, airport transit, etc, you need to know exactly what one has to do in this […]

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Stay Safe in Ramadan in Pakistan

20/08/2016 0 Comments
Stay Safe in Ramadan in Pakistan

This article was first published in DAWN Magazine on 29th May 2016   If you do a quick search on the internet for personal safety concerns during the month of Ramazan you will find that a majority will address rash driving. Yet this month is also known for a high number of criminal incidents. Let’s […]

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How to conduct a safety drill

24/05/2016 0 Comments
How to conduct a safety drill

This article was first published in Dawn Magazine on 7th Feb 2016   In recent days the media has been broadcasting images of various safety and security drills conducted by the law enforcement agencies and educational institutes. You can be certain that there will be even more in the days ahead as authorities aim to […]

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Keeping Kids Safe

24/05/2016 0 Comments
Keeping Kids Safe

This article was first published in Dawn Magazine on 27th Dec 2015 Q: As a guardian of young children, I would like to know what are some of the key safety trainings that they must be given? From where and at what age should they be delivered? Ans: Teaching children certain safety tips can not […]

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Travel Scams

03/12/2015 0 Comments
Travel Scams

This Article was first published on 22nd Nov 2015 in Dawn Magazine on You may be travelling for business or on vacation; but there are chances that you may commit a mistake or just not give serious thought to something and get into trouble. Here are some pointers that make you less vulnerable and prepared […]

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Home Invasion – Gunmen – What do you do?

16/04/2015 0 Comments
Home Invasion – Gunmen – What do you do?

This Article was first published in Dawn Magazine on 5th April 2015   Your home may be your castle, but that doesn’t mean that invaders can’t breach it. “They came at night by scaling the wall when we were fast asleep, tied us up and robbed us of all our belongings.” “I was driving the […]

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What to do when terrorists strike?

08/04/2015 0 Comments
What to do when terrorists strike?

This article was first published in Dawn Magazine on 22nd March 2015 There is no predicting when and where terrorists will strike, but if you happen to be unfortunate enough to be caught in such a situation, there are some basic rules and guidelines that could make all the difference. What to do if an […]

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School Security

03/02/2015 0 Comments
School Security

This article was first published in Dawn Magazine on 4th Jan 2015     Securing our schools In the wake of the Peshawar tragedy a number of voices have been raised to question the authorities on what is being done to secure schools from another such incident. The initial response was to bring forward the […]

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Shopping Securely during Festive Season

21/07/2014 0 Comments
Shopping Securely during Festive Season

This was first printed in Dawn Magazine on 6th July 2014 It’s the festive season; the malls and markets are crowded and you jostle through the masses while juggling your countless bags and keeping an eye on your children. Parking is miles away and you snake your way through the traffic snarl ups. You’ve made […]

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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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