Authority asks TV channel to respond within seven days "as to why legal action may not be initiated" against it.
The technical level talks between Pakistan and the IMF on the proposed bailout package were expected to conclude today.
Federal govt accepts the resignation of Tariq Bajwa as the governor of State Bank of Pakistan.
Mission chief Rigo highlights importance of a "harmonised system of taxation" to boost economic activity in the country.
The premier warns that another cabinet reshuffle is in the offing, says "only those who perform will remain".
Both countries sign ML-1 railways agreement for new Peshawar-Karachi rail track.
MNA Mohsin Dawar says a booking had been made for the press conference in advance.
The channel has also been ordered to a pay a sum of Rs1 million as a fine to the authority.
The PM will deliver a speech at 2nd Belt and Road Forum, says visit will take "Pak-China relationship to new heights".
"It is not right to seek an edge in dialogue through coercion," prime minister states.
The premier "was talking about non-state actors using Pakistani soil under foreign influence", says statement.
Death toll from SL bombings rises to 359, more suspects arrested; US denies having prior knowledge of the attack.
Sheikh, the PM's adviser, says the scheme should be easy to understand so maximum people join the formal economy.
Premier makes a stopover in Mashhad before proceeding on to Tehran where he was presented a 'static guard' upon arrival.
Discusses preparations for World Cup with PCB, cricket team.
The former information minister has now been assigned the portfolio of minister for science and technology.
Authority accuses TV channels of "creating chaos among the public and maligning the government functionaries".
Minister for Revenue says "agreement in principle [on bailout package] reached, only formalities need to be finalised".
The premier says first phase of CPEC comprised "a few power plants and roads" but second phase will be more expansive.
Hassan Immad Mohammedi to serve as the PTV managing director till further notice.