EARLIER this month, nearly a decade after lifting a 40-year-long embargo on Bollywood films, Pakistan reintroduced the ban. The announcement came on the heels of a move by Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPPA), a trade organisation, to ban Pakistani actors and technicians from working in India.
Decision follows move by Indian distributors to bar Pakistani actors and technicians from working on Bollywood sets.
In this month's release, find new embargoed research about: repairing abandoned buildings and lots in Philadelphia to reduce firearm violence; expanding bicycle use and improving rider safety in Boston; and reducing dental emergency...
An Indian state is trying to fight a rampant heroin epidemic once fueled by the police.
Motion filed in Lahore High Court because Indian film industry's influence is hurting local productions, producers say.