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Veteran actor Rasik Dave passes away due to kidney failure

The actor was suffering from kidney ailments for the past four years

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Mumbai: Veteran actor Rasik Dave passed away after a prolonged illness. He was 65.

According to details, the talented artist passed away due to kidney failure. Dave was suffering from kidney ailments for the past four years. He was on dialysis.

Rasik was married to actress Ketki Dave, who is known for her role of Daksha Virani in the TV show Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi

Rasik Dave is survived by his wife Ketki and two children, Riddhi Dave and Abhishek Dave. He ran a Gujarati theatre company along with his wife.

Rasik began his acting career in 1982 with the Gujarati film Putra Vadhu. He did several theater shows as well and played the role of Nanda in the mythological TV drama Mahabharata.

Rasik also featured in several TV shows and films such as Byomkesh Bakshi (1993), CID, Mahabharat and EK Mahal Ho Sapno Ka among others. 

He also participated in the dance reality show Nach Baliye with his wife Ketki in 2006.

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PM lauds Interior ministry, provincial Govts, LEAs for maintaining peace on Yaum-e-Ashur

The Prime Minister also paid tribute to the volunteer youths who also served to maintain discipline on the day.

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PM lauds Interior ministry, provincial Govts, LEAs for maintaining peace on Yaum-e-Ashur

Islamabad: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has appreciated Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah, his ministry, the provincial governments as well as law enforcement agencies for maintaining peace on Yaum-e-Ashur. 

In a statement, he lauded the officers and personnel of Rangers, law enforcement agencies, particularly the police who faced the scorching heat and tough conditions to protect people’s lives and properties.

The Prime Minister also paid tribute to the volunteer youths who also served to maintain discipline on the day.

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Iraqi Commander appreciates Pakistan Navy's role in regional maritime security

The Iraqi Commander appreciated Pakistan Navy's role in regional maritime security. 

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Iraqi Commander appreciates Pakistan Navy's role in regional maritime security

Iraqi Navy Commander Ahmed Jasim Maarij Abdullah Al-Zayed held a meeting with Naval Chief Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi in Islamabad on Wednesday and discussed cooperation in the maritime sector.

The Iraqi Commander appreciated Pakistan Navy's role in regional maritime security. 

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PEMRA warns TV channels against airing misinformation concerning state institutions

The PEMRA termed the airing of such content a violation of the directives already issued by it.

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PEMRA warns TV channels against airing misinformation concerning state institutions

Islamabad: Pakistan Electronic Media Regulation Authority (PEMRA) has issued fresh directives, warning all satellite TV channels of legal action for either running a propaganda campaign or spreading misinformation and disinformation against the state institutions.

According to PEMRA, a trend has been observed on satellite TV channels wherein some of their anchors and analysts are indulged in spreading misinformation and disinformation against the state institutions.

It said such trend on the TV channels tantamount to casting aspersions against state institutions and a planned propaganda campaign against them.

The PEMRA termed the airing of such content a violation of the directives already issued by it.

The media watchdog asked all satellite TV channel licensees to follow the principles laid down in the Constitution and ensure strict compliance to the relevant provisions of PEMRA laws. 

In the meantime, Pakistan Broadcasters Association (PBA) said that it has always supported the freedom of expression and freedom of the media, however, it condemns disinformation against the institutions.   

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