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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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Now, it has been decided that FIRs would also be registered against heads of the families whose children being found violating the ban or their rooftops being used for kite flying.
Earlier this month, a motorcycle rider was hospitalised after his throat was slit by a kite string at Committee Chowk.
He informed police recovered over 6000 kites and 100 kite flying string rolls on Friday.
The police stations have put to display posters in their respective areas to create awareness among the people against kite flying and use of chemical string .
Kite Sellers Union members Haji Navid and Arshad Abbasi told Daily Express that around one million kites and kite stirring rolls have reached the city.
I expect that is one reason why kites became extinct in both Scotland and England nearly 150 years ago.
However, the first International Festival was celebrated in 1989 when people from all across the globe participated and showcased their innovative kites.
We are excited to welcome more than 700 talented Kite employees to the Gilead organization, said John F.
He builds sport kites, triangular kites that do tricks in the air.
KITE BOX Kite boxes offer a safe and secure way to store all of your kites on your boat and back on land.
Peter, 64, first discovered his passion for kites eight years ago, when he went along to a few events with a friend and got hooked.
As well as watching the kites on display, there is plenty of space for families to fly their own kites and if the public wish to purchase a kite, a good selection is available from the kite stall.