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Pakistan’s top court reinstates ban on Indian TV

ISLAMABAD— Pakistan’s top court has reinstated a ban on the broadcast of Indian TV content following a petition from local producers.

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Pakistan’s Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar announced the verdict Saturday, overturning a lower court ruling last year that had lifted the 2016 ban on airing Indian content on TV or FM radio. The regulatory body for electronic media says the court’s order was implemented immediately.

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28/10/2018