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‘Controversial statement’: PTI senator demands legal action against Hashmi

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senator Faisal Javed Khan has said a legal action should be initiated against PML-N leader, Nehal Hashmi, for uttering foul language against the Pakistan Army. Speaking to ARY News, Khan said Hashmi should be ashamed of his remarks. The sacrifices of Pak Army are known to everyone in the country, he added. The senator said no one could dare to look at Pakistan with malicious eye. He reiterated that the whole world acknowledge sacrifices rendered by our army. He added…

Nazia’s ex-husband has no right to make film on her: Zoheb Hassan

In what appears to be a legal warning, singer Zoheb Hassan says Nazia Hassan’s ex-husband has no right to make a film on her and warned of legal action against anyone doing so. Nazia passed away on August 13, 2000 at the age of 35 due to lung cancer. Her husband had tragically divorced the popular singer days before her death. In a twitter message, Nazia’s brother Zoheb Hassan said, “Our family has come to know that Nazia’s ex-husband is trying to make a film on her life so he can feature himself and profit from her…

Nusrat Fateh’s daughter set to take legal action against copyright infringement of his songs

LAHORE: The Late music maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s daughter is planning to take legal action against those involved in the infringement of copyrights of the Qawwal musical masterpieces. “I am the only heir of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and the copyrights of my father’s songs are only with me,” Nida Nusrat said while addressing a news conference at Lahore Press Club on Friday. “If anyone wants to sing my father’s songs they need to seek permission from me,” she asserted. A company by the name of Khokar Productions…

Apple’s Powerbeats ‘sweat-proof’ headphones face legal action

WASHINGTON: A US judge has ruled legal action against Apple over its Powerbeats headphones can go ahead "in part". Seven customers, from various US cities, say the headphones do not hold their charge for as long as Apple advertises and they are not as sweat-proof as claimed. The judge said the sweat-proof claims "require amendment" but the challenge regarding battery life could proceed. Apple had asked for all claims to be dismissed. District Judge Richard Seeborg said the case could go ahead but some amendments…