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Supreme Court slaps ban over airing Indian content

KARACHI: Supreme Court (SC) on Saturday slapped a ban over airing Indian content on Pakistani channels, after setting aside a decision of Lahore High Court, allowing to broadcast foreign content on the Television screens. Hearing the case pertaining to airing of foreign content on the National media at Supreme Court's Karachi Registry, the top judge, Mian Saqib Nisar showed his resentment, "someone is trying to create hindrance in constructing dams into Pakistan, choking our water, and we cannot off-air their content?",…

Celebrities protest outside supreme court to ban foreign content on Pakistani channels

KARACHI: Pakistani Drama and film celebrities protested in front of the Supreme Court on Saturday demanding ban on foreign content on local channels. United Producers Association yesterday tweeted that they are taking an initiative against foreign content being broadcast on Pakistani television channels. Many known television personalities such as Faysal Qureshi, Adnan Siddiqui, Samina Ahmed and others came forward to support the cause. The veteran drama actor, Samina Ahmed in a statement told the media that they…

Pemra raids against devices telecasting Indian content

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Election Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) continues its crackdown against illegal Indian Direct To Home (DTH) devices and cable operators telecasting Indian content in the country, ARY News reported Sunday. According to details, Pemra and customs officials raided several markets in Islamabad and seized DTH, receivers and C-Lines. 4,131 illegal Indian DTHs, Low-noise block downconverters (LNBs) and C-Line receivers during the crackdowns. Pemra spokesman said that the media regulatory authority is also…