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Four air duct cleaning companies pay $55,000 to CRTC
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CRTC issued notices of violation and warning letters to call c...

THE Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) on Tuesday announced that four air duct cleaning companies paid a total of $55,000 as part of a settlement following violations to the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules. The ... Indo-Canadian Voice, 2 months ago
The war on duct cleaning limps along Canadian Content, 2 months ago
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Feminine Tales from Pakistan

While Indian television continues to swim in recycled cliches, Pakistan since the seventies, has been enriched by its emotive and powerful women story tellers. Most notably Haseena Moin who wrote great dramas and scripts for the stage, radio and ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Emirates247

BBC tricked: Imposter poses as ex-Pakistan cricketer on expert panel

Nadeem Alam, 46, appeared on BBC World News, BBC Asian Network and Radio Five Live as ex-Pakistani cricket and got paid for his expert views. But the truth is he has only ever played cricket for his home town of Huddersfield. Nadeem Alam posing as ...
 Emirates2472 months ago Imposter posing as former Pakistan cricketer dupes BBC  Sify2 months ago Imposter posing as ex-Pakistan cricketer appears on BBC  Rediff.com2 months ago BBC taken for a ride by imposter  Oman Tribune2 months ago
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The power of broadcast media

Who communicates what to whom, in what voice and why? Why do countless Pakistani people go along with what is said on television? Why are so many people impressed by the power of broadcast media? Media power is a crucial, although often taken for ...
 Daily Times4 weeks ago Community 7 Television & Avitus Group Launch New Community...  San Francisco Chronicle4 days ago
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40+ Killed After Gunmen Attack Bus In Karachi

by RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal Gunmen have opened fire on a bus carrying members of the minority Ismaili sect in Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi, killing at least 43 people in an attack that drew swift condemnation from the Pakistani ...
 GlobalSecurity.org1 week ago

Bahoo began his career from Radio Pakistan

Iqbal Bahoo was born in Gurdaspur, Indian Punjab in 1944 as Muhammad Iqbal. His family migrated to Pakistan after partition and settled in Lahore. After completing his education, he worked in National Bank of Pakistan. and later performed for ...
 Radio Pakistan2 months ago
New Indian Express

Asanas Bind Neighbours Together as Lone Pakistani Yoga Master Teaches the Art

Chandigarh: While Prime Minister Narendra Modi will practice yoga with some of his Cabinet colleagues on June 21 at Rajpath in New Delhi to mark Yoga Day, across the border in Pakistan is the country's lone yoga guru. Shamshad Haider, known as Yogi ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago

Bring Me a Fan: Harnessing the Power of Solar Energy for the Poor

The sun blazes above Bahawalpur, an area of Pakistan known for fertile fields and feudalism. It's afternoon and the temperature has already exceeded 120 degrees Fahrenheit as I sit talking to a small group of women in a courtyard. They listen ...
 Huffington Post6 days ago

Pakistan: Neutrality in Yemen and Arabian displeasure

Sridhar Ramaswamy 15 May 2015 Analysis During the recent crisis in Yemen, between the Houthis and the nine-nation military coalition led by the Saudis, a joint sitting of Pakistan's Parliament voted against joining the Saudi-led ...
 Observer India6 days ago

Secularism Is Pakistan's Way Out to End Sectarian Violence

When armed gunmen stopped and shot dead 43 people from the Shia community in Pakistan's largest city of Karachi on Wednesday, it was certainly not the first time that the terrorists had carried out such an atrocious attack. Islamic extremists ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
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