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CNN International South Asia

CNN International South Asia
Owned by Turner Broadcasting (Time Warner)
Global Broadcast News
Turner International India
Turner International Pakistan


Sri Lanka
Headquarters New Delhi
Sister channel(s) CNN
CNN International
CNBC Awaaz

CNN International South Asia is the South Asian schedule of the CNN International pay-TV cable network targeted toward India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan.


Illegal uplinking

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) had issued notices to various foreign channels for illegal uplinking from Abbottabad.

These channels had been uplinking their transmission without permission from PEMRA. Abbottabbad had been the centre of attention for many channels since the United States operation in which Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed after a raid on a compound.

The news channels that had been issued notices included CNN, BBC, Fox News Channel, NBC News, Channel NewsAsia, IBN, Aljazeera English, Voice of America and Sky News.

Other sister channels



Operating channel

  • CNN south Asia - (Broadcast times - Islamabad/NEW DELHI)

See also


  • CNN now available in Urdu
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