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Court permits private Pak channels to show Indian films

MUMBAI: A Pakistani court has permitted private television channels having valid licences to show Indian movies as per their conditions of agreement with Pakistan's regulator. In its October 2016 order, PEMRA had banned Pakistani private channels being operated through cable network from airing the...

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PEMRA raids DTH & cable operators showing Indian content

MUMBAI: A PEMRA team has seized illegal hardware and apparatus of DTH and Cline cable network from various electronics shops in Silanwali (Sargodha), Pakistan, and raided DTH re-broadcasters and viewers who are watching or distributing Indian TV channels.

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Bleeding Pak theatres may become 'Raees' again

MUMBAI: Four months after Pakistan stopped screening Hindi films in its cinemas responding to Bollywood's unofficial ban on Pakistani artistes following the Uri attack, Pakistan is again attempting to allow screening as theatre-owners are bleeding financially.

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Broadcasters can now bid for new Pak DTH licence auction

MUMBAI: The Lahore High Court has requested PEMRA, Pakistan's broadcast regulatory body, to start the bidding process for direct-to-home (DTH) licences again, after it declared the recent auction void that must be reheld. PEMRA is considering challenging the order in the Supreme Court of Pakistan,...

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Pak penalises three TV channels

MUMBAI: It is a season of penalties against television channels -- in India and the neighbouring country. Pakistan last week suspended the licences of two TV channels for allegedly levelling baseless allegations against the judge of its Supreme Court.

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