July 14, 2017
ISLAMABAD – The Sindh High Court has again granted stay to Urdu 1 Television against the show-cause notices that electronic media regulator PEMRA issued for airing Indian dramas.
A PEMRA press release issued Friday said the court suspended the operation of show-cause notices dated July 10, 11 and 12. It restrained the regulator from issuing any further notices on the same facts and grounds as that of earlier notices.
PEMRA had banned airing of Indian content on private television channels on October 19, 2016. However, Urdu 1 began to defy the ban from June 28, 2017.
As a result, the channel was issued seven show-cause notices on July 3, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12 and 13.
PEMRA said it has decided to approach the Supreme Court against the interim order of Sindh High Court.
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The Pakistan Times started regular (eight-page) publication from 4 February 1947.
Salamat Ali, a Pakistani correspondent of the Hong Kong-based Far Eastern Review, was sentenced to one-year by a military tribunal on 29 November 1979 in Rawalpindi. Arrested on 13 November, Mr Ali, 45, was brought to the military court in chains where a major passed the sentence. The reporter was found guilty for writing an article – An Upheaval is Forecast – on the volatile situation of Balochistan. It was published on 19 October 1979.