Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) senior leader and leader of opposition (LoP) Harpal Singh Cheema has demanded that the government should simplify the process of ‘darshan-e-didar’ of Kartarpur Sahib, by lifting the mandatory passport condition.
Expressing their gratitude to the government of Pakistan and India for making the Kartarpur Corridor a reality, the Dal Khalsa said at inauguration ceremonies on both sides of Radcliffe, Gaini Harpreet Singh was at his best and Captain Amarinder Singh was at his worst.
Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh has reacted sharply over the launch of an Android App titled "2020 Sikh Referendum".
mid the ongoing tussle between the BJP and the Shiv Sena over government formation in the state, Devendra Fadnavis on Friday resigned as chief minister. He submitted his resignation to Governor BS Koshyari at the Raj Bhawan in Mumbai.
Chief Justice of India (CJI) has come forward to the defence of controversial National Register of Citizenship (NRC).
A Sikh group named Dal Khalsa has praised Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan for 'extending hand of friendship towards the Sikhs'. The group criticised Imran Khan's Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and alleged that 'Modi holds animosity against Sikhs'.
Indian state on Thursday (October 31st) moved forward with its announcement to bifurcate the internationally disputed region of Kashmir into two Union Territories. The region is claimed by both India and Pakistan, who have control over only parts of it.
The Government of India (GoI) has denied political go ahead to the delegation of East Punjab Government for observing 550th Prakash Gurpurb in Pakistan. A release issued by the Government of East Punjab said that GoI's denial doesn't bodes well for the federal structure and is unconstitutional also.
Pro-freedom Manipuri political leaders on Tuesday said they were unilaterally declaring independence from India and forming a government-in-exile in Britain.
In wake of deadlock between Government of India and National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN - IM) in political settlement talks, the government of Nagaland has reportedly cancelled all leaves of state cops and bureaucrats. Nagaland CM has issued orders to cops and bureaucrats to stay on duty.
Dal Khalsa has urged the Punjab government and the SGPC to equally share the financial burden of pilgrims who couldn’t afford $20 fee proposed by Pakistan for visiting Gurdwara Darbar Sahib through Kartarpur Sahib corridor.
A day after Indian media reports quoted Government of India's interlocutor for talks with Nagas saying that the GoI won't allow separate Naga flag and constitution, the NSCN (IM) president Q. Tuccu has reiterated that, “the Indo-Naga political solution without Naga flag and constitution is not conclusive and that will create a room for future headache”.
Reports in Indian Media say that the Government of India was 'determined' to "honourably conclude" the talks with Nagas and final draft of deal was ready which could be sealed by the end of October.
Declaring that Punjab Government move to get police police officers convicted of fake encounters and extra-judicial killings released from jail as “unlawful, arbitrary and unconstitutional”, various human rights lawyers today held a joint press conference and condemned the move.
ECI on Monday (Oct. 14) ordered the transfer of SHO Dakha. Disclosing this Chief Electoral Officer Punjab Dr. S Karuna Raju said that complaints had been received against SHO Dakha.
In yet another instance of Indian state's policy of impunity towards State forces committing human rights abuses, the Government of India has reportedly decided to grant release to five Punjab police officials who were convicted for committing grave crimes in Punjab during 1980-90s period.
Dal Khalsa leaders Hardeep Singh Mehraj and Paramjeet Singh Tanda declared "Punjab will oppose such sinister designs of RSS and won't become part of Hindu rashtra".
Ahead of Chinese president Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Chennai's Mamallapuram, the hashtag #GoBackModi started trending on Twitter. While people were hospitable to Xi with the hashtag #TNwelcomesXiJinping, they weren't as welcoming towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Chinese President Xi Jinping today arrived in Mamallapuram in Tamil Nadu for second informal summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Previous summit between that two had taken place in Wuhan on April 27-28, 2018.
Punjab unit of the Aam Aadmi Party has condemned Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat's speech in which he propagated Hindu Rashtra ideology.Next Page »