Pandemic brings AIR's Urdu shows to halt, border listeners disappointed
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AMRITSAR,, July 7 -- Strategically important due to its location close to the international border with Pakistan, All India Radio's Gharinda tower near Attari integrated check post (ICP) is currently non-functional as the staff in Delhi is unable to record programmes due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
This has left listeners on both sides of the border, especially those in Pakistan's Lahore located about 25 kms from the Attari-Wagah border, disappointed as they are no longer able to tune into Urdu programming relayed from here.
"This is disappointing. The shows were very popular among Amritsar residents and also the intelligentsia of Lahore. Pakistan is covering Amritsar through a number of FM and medium-wave transmitters but India is unable...
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