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ISLAMABAD Denver Broncos T-Shirts , Nov. 25 (Xinhua) -- Pakistani police on Saturday morning began to carry out operation against the activists of a religious group, who launched a sit-in protest that blocked the main highway to the capital Islamabad for 20 days.

The Islamabad police and Frontier Constabulary (FC), a force which is deployed for the security of Islamabad, launched the operation Saturday morning after the last warning to the protesters issued late Friday to disperse.

Nearly 20 people, both the law enforcement agencies and the protesters, were injured during the clashes and were brought to a main hospital in Islamabad.

Witnesses said that the protesters initially resisted the police action and pelted stones at the raiding parties. The police used tear gas shells to disperse the protesters. The law enforcement agencies arrested dozens of protesters.

Supreme Court of Pakistan and the Islamabad High Court had issued orders to the government to disperse the protesters as the sit-in had disturbed the lives of the hundreds of thousands of the people in Islamabad and the nearby Rawalpindi.

According to local reports, roughly 2,000 protestors were in the sit-in site of Faizabad since Nov. 8, and about 8,500 police and FC forces were deployed at the place for the operation.

Security forces have surrounded the protesters from all sides and fired tear gas shells and rubber bullets to disperse the protesters. In response, the protesters throw stones at the security forces.

The operation against the protesters is still underway.

Over seven million people in the U.S. last year alone were victims of identity theft resulting in approximately fifty billion dollars of fraudulent credit card, bank, and other financial charges. A significant number of these victims were business travelers, people on their holidays, and tourists. Here is some valuable information that may save you lots of grief when you travel.

It's very easy when people travel on their vacation to let their guard down. They have a lot of things on their minds trying to remember everything they need to take care of before they go and what they need to take with them on vacation. Not only that, they want to unwind, relax, and have fun. Isn't that what vacations should be all about? When they travel they don't want to have to be on guard all time and constantly concerned about getting ripped off every minute of their holidays.

There are three major sources of identity theft that you should be aware of when you travel. They are your wallet, your laptop or PDA, and internet cafes.

Research shows that most identity thefts happen when people's wallets are stolen, usually by professional pick pockets. Whether you travel on business or vacation you must guard your wallet at all times because you are at more risk than in familiar surroundings. Never carry your wallet in your back pocket - it's not called the "sucker pocket" for nothing. It's best to put your wallet in a fanny pack. A number of travelers prefer a fanny pack with a Velcro closure instead of a zippered one because you can hear it being opened. The usual places you will find pickpockets are in crowded areas such as airports, train and bus stations, hotel lobbies, restaurants, and sporting events.

Almost everyone carries more personal information in their wallets then they need. What you should do before you travel is to go through your wallet and take out any personal information that you don't need when traveling such as bank checks and check books, credit card receipts, bills, and memberships cards such as library cards. Also, you do not need to take your social security card as you probably already have that number memorized by heart.

Debit cards are a convenient way to take small amounts of cash out of ATM's when traveling, but are also a great way for thieves to clean out your bank account if they ever get a hold of them. A good way to reduce this risk is to open up a separate account at your bank before you go and only put as much day-to-day cash in it as you think you may need for your holidays. Take only that one debit card with you.

Credit cards, because they are protected by Federal law are a much better choice to take with you as you are generally covered for any fraudulent charges incurred. And if you are over-charged or find an error on any of your credit card transactions when traveling, it's easier to get the charges corrected or reversed from the credit card companies. It is advisable to take two credit cards in case one is compromised, or lost. You can obtain smaller, limited amount prepaid cash cards from American Express, Visa, and MasterCard that are perfect for daily use. You can get cash cards in any denomination. It is probably best to get a couple of cards with low limits of five hundred dollars or less each. If they are stolen or lost, the credit card companies will replace the funds. Leave your major cards and passport in the hotel's safe or your room safe along with any other personal information that you don't need from day to day.

Before you travel be sure and check that your credit cards won't expire while you're on vacation. And be sure to call your credit card issuers to let them know when and where you plan to holiday so they don't have a conniption fit and cancel your card when they see a credit charge showing up from some place like Timbuktu. Make a note of these phone numbers and take them with you when on vacation.

Another major source of identity theft can start with a stolen laptop. Over six hundred thousand laptops are pilfered or left behind in the U.S. alone, frequently from inattentive travelers in airports, hotel lobbies, and restaurants.

Before you travel, backup your laptop and put the backup disc in a safe place at. Wholesale Jerseys Online Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys Wholesale Authentic NCAA Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Free Shippping Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys
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