Project two-nation theory, Indian atrocities against Muslims on 15 August, says Pakistan media regulator; Imran Khan govt minister calls move 'unnecessary'
The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulation Authority (PEMRA)'s advisories are for Eid-al-Adha, 14 August (Pakistan's independence day) and 15 August.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi heckled over press freedom; Canadian journalist blames Pakistan for Twitter account suspension
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was heckled by a Canadian journalist who blamed Pakistan for suspension of his Twitter account.
Maryam Nawaz releases video showing judge's 'confession' about being 'blackmailed and forced' to convict Nawaz Sharif
Maryam Nawaz has released a video clip showing an accountability court judge allegedly confessing that he was "blackmailed and forced" Nawaz Sharif.
Pakistan Elections 2018: Online petition started to boycott Hum TV, Pakistani celebrities who didn't vote because of award
Many prominent names of Pakistani media industry were unable to vote in the general elections as they have flown to Toronto for the rehearsals of Hum Awards that are planned to be held on the 28 July.
Lahore High Court issues notice to Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi for making anti-judiciary speech
A Pakistani court has issued a notice to Shahid Khaqan Abbasi for allegedly making an anti-judiciary speech
Hafiz Saeed's release, Zahid Hamid's ouster show Islamic fundamentalism is still very much alive in Pakistan
Pakistan today is widely looked upon as a failed state because of the power the fundamentalists wield in the country among large sections of people.
Amid Indo-Pak tension, Pakistan's media regulatory authority on Wednesday decided to enforce a complete ban on Indian TV and radio contents from Friday and warned that the licences of those found guilty of violating the ban will be suspended.
The amount of airtime for Indian content in Pakistan will mimic the format India has adopted for the airing of Pakistani content, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) said, reversing a Musharraf era relaxation on airing of popular Indian dramas and movies on Pakistani channels.
Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has announced it will suspend the licences of media outlets airing Indian content without issuing prior notice.
The television and radio regulator across the border, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority, has announced a ban on all Indian channels there from Saturday, 1 October.
A Pakistani opposition lawmaker on Wednesday proposed banning 24-hour cartoon TV channels, specifically the popular Japanese series "Doraemon", drawing ridicule on social media in a country fighting corruption, poverty, and Islamist militants.
Pakistan banned media coverage of militant groups like the Jamaat-ud-Dawa as part of a crackdown on terror, acknowledging for the first time that the Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed-led outfit was a wing of the LeT.
Condemning the move as "politically motivated", Amnesty International accused the government of silencing media.
Pakistan has restrained its cable operators from screening promos and reviews of the upcoming Salman Khan starrer Ek Tha Tiger saying that the Bollywood movie is aimed at tarnishing the image of the ISI.