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Cable operator illegally owned by media group dodges Pemra law

Pakistan Press Foundation

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has disclosed that keeping aside all political pressures, it finally raided country’s biggest defaulter cable operator following Lahore High Court (LHC) orders, when it came to know that the illegal operator has already shifted most of its equipment to another cable business with a different name for which […]

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Govt officials bound to help Pemra under law

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ISLAMABAD: Though powerful government officers have demolished the writ and authority of the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) simply to save a powerful and wealthy cable operator, the letter of Pemra written to the Punjab government and police department reminds the Nawaz Sharif government what the law exactly says. The relevant section of the […]

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Efforts on to protect defaulting cable operator

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ISLAMABAD: Influential politicians, bureaucrats and members of the government media team have become a hurdle in taking action against Moinuddin Wani, an officer who misuses the name of the prime minister and Punjab chief minister in illegal activities. No action has been taken yet against the concerned officer of the prime minister’s media team who […]

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Pemra seeks police help for third time after failure

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ISLAMABAD: After repeated failures, the Pemra on Thursday wrote to the Punjab Police for the third time, seeking help against an illegally operating and defaulter cable operator. A letter (reading Registration of FIR against Mr. Zahid Amir Rana, S/o Rana Amir Allah & others, CEO M/s Regal Star Network (Pvt) Ltd, House No.6, Block-C , […]

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Bad media, bad governance pushing country to destruction

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ISLAMABAD: In a strange twist of events taking place in the federal capital and the provincial capital of Punjab, a top officer of the Prime Minister’s Office was caught red-handed pressuring the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) and other authorities to stop action against a Rs20 million defaulter cable operator owned by a media […]

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