July 08, 2017
ISLAMABAD –Electronic media regulator PEMRA Saturday warned cable operators not to air transmission of Wesal Urdu, a TV channel inciting violence and hatred and which is not its licensee.
“Strict action will be taken in case any cable operator is found involved in airing this channel’s transmission,” PEMRA said in a press release.
The release said it is a UK-based channel and is being beamed into Pakistan illegally through a foreign satellite operator Asiasat 7, which is out of bounds for PEMRA. It can only be watched by individuals who have installed illegal satellite dishes.
The Nation, February 16, 2017
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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Ahmed Ali Khan, former editor-in-chief of Dawn, died in Karachi on 13 March 2007. Born in 1924 in Bhopal, his association with Dawn began in Delhi in 1946 and ended in Karachi in 2004. He also served as editor of the Pakistan Times, Lahore. He was with Dawn for nearly 42 years — 28 of them as editor/chief editor.
Kohistan, an Urdu daily edited by Nasim Hedjazi, was banned on 7 November 1963 for publishing "a false and baseless report".