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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report by Pakistani newspaper Daily Times website on 4 July
Frequency Modul[ation] (FM) radios, popularly known as FM radios, have spiced up the lives of millions of Pakistanis living both in rural and urban areas, Daily Times reports.
With a variety of music programmes, these radios have attracted a good number of listeners. Now people prefer FM music radios to enjoy fast-track music while driving their vehicles and at their workplaces.
At the moment there are 28 FM channels operating in the three provinces of the country, out of which four are working in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, 12 in different cities of Punjab, nine in Sidh and three in the NWFP [North-Western Frontier Province]. There is …