Bangladesh has a new broadcasting law, which will make things tidier there. The basic idea is to forbid just about everything.
 National ideology or characters cannot be criticized,
 The father of the nation [Sheikh Mujibur Rahman] cannot be criticized in any of the programs.
 No individual can be criticized in the programs.
 No criticism will be allowed on national ideologies and goals.
 No program can be aired which would provoke deterioration of law and order situation.
 Programs related to trafficking in women, forced prostitution, rape etc will be barred from broadcast under the new law. This law will also stop broadcasting investigative reports on such issues.
 No program or content on mutiny or demonstration can be broadcast on television channels.
Pretty thorough, wouldn’t you say?