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Kiting

The unlawful practice of drawing checks against a bank account containing insufficient funds to cover them, with the expectation that the necessary funds will be deposited before such checks are presented for payment.

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The police stations sent their teams to areas where youngsters violated the ban on kite flying while women constables also checked the Kites and chemical strings stored in houses and imposed fine on the the house owners.
The city police chief revealed that some cops have been found involved in kite flying and restoring to firing in the air during Basant and an inquiry has also been ordered against a policeman in this regard.
Earlier, Chief Minister Punjab Usman Khan Buzdar, on January 22, had taken notice of the various incidents that occurred due to kite flying in various cities of the province.
Such an incident raisesquestion marks on the performance of the police."On the CM's directives Monday, police had booked at least 10 people for violating the kite flying ban in Lahore.
For example last year, the 21st Khmer Kite Flying Festival was held in Kep.
The petitioner's counsel, Khalid Zafar, submitted that the Kite Flying Ordinance, 2007, reinforced as the Punjab Prohibition of Kite Flying (Amendment) Act, 2009 was against the constitution.
"The Punjab government has been closely monitoring kite flying activities and on the basis of past experience, it has been found that permission of kite flying is against the public interest as it involves loss of life and property," the verdict said further.
"There is no better kite flying in the world then in the Northwest along the Pacific Ocean beaches of Washington and Oregon.
While kite flying is a good illustration of the Ascension, I see similarities between the act of flying a kite and our human and spiritual journey toward resurrection.
A row erupted over kite flying last week after Honley youngsters Toby Mellor, nine, and his twin siblings Max and Ellie, six, were told by a council ranger working at Castle Hill that they could not fly their kite.
ISLAMABAD -- Famous Kite Flying festival becoming famous among foreigners abroad including China as they are taking keen interest to be a part of this famous cultural festival held every year in the month of April, a report said Monday.
Rawalpindi -- City Police Officer Abbas Ahsan said that it had become difficult for the police to curb kite flying in the city as metal twines and kites were being smuggled from Islamabad to Rawalpindi.