April 10, 2017
ISLAMABAD – Regulator PEMRA Monday served a show-cause notice on Geo TV for airing news about Prime Minister’s Laptop Scheme and the Higher Education Commission, alleging that 1800 students were given laptops again while another 2500 held fake identity cards.
The HEC dismissed the news, aired on April 3, as baseless and filed a complaint with PEMRA seeking action against the channel for tainting the organization’s image.
PEMRA said Geo had violated rules and regulations which it had accepted at the time of obtaining its license.
The channel has been given seven days to submit a reply.
Daily Times, October 30, 2016
Do you ever get the sneaky suspicion that these days you pay less for the product and more for the packaging and, what’s most surprising is that you actually believe you are coming out on top?
Look my little buttercup, what lovely stuff I bought.
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Urdu language newspaper Nawa-i-Waqt was launched in Lahore in 1942.
In 1952-53 a total of 50 newspapers were warned for publishing "objectionable matter or violation of press laws."