Details emerge about Fashion TV suspension

More titillating details have been revealed about why the Indian Information and Broadcasting Ministry has pulled Fashion TV off cable for 10 days. The programmer showed women with less-than-clothed "upper bodies which was offending against good taste and decency," the ministry said in a statement. FTV, it seems, occasionally just pushes its luck in the name of fashion. In 2007 the channel showed "skimpily clad" models during a "Midnight Hot" show segment and only averted a two-month suspension by apologizing and promising never to show such material again. Apparently, 'never' ran out in September 2009 when the latest infraction took place.

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