Indian media outlets on Friday started reporting, albeit without any source that the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)’s Asia Pacific Group (APG) has blacklisted Pakistan. The decision, Indian media said, was taken after Pakistan could not convince the global...
The International Day for Victims of Acts of Violence based on Religion or Belief is being celebrated across the world today. The day however was largely ignored in Pakistani media despite the fact that Pakistan has remained a long-term target...
Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) has banned a television commercial by multinational beverages company Coca Cola, ‘Extremely Pakistani’ after the ad received serious flak over controversial messaging. The notice issued by the media watchdog said that the content of...
Pakistan’s media watchdog, Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) is known for running a tight ship when it comes to regulating the country’s media landscape. It’s swift in dispensing justice whenever it gets hold of someone violating its code...
OFCOM – the media and communication regulator of the United Kingdom (UK) has fined Channel 44, a UK based Urdu news and current affairs channel for airing hate speech and unfounded allegations against the Ahmadiyya community. The media regulator said...
In an interview on Dunya News on March 20th, Federal Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed declared that if the Imam of one’s sect can declare jihad, and the state’s decision cannot always be trusted. Anchor Kamran Shahid repeatedly pressed...

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