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Pak Completes 50% of Construction Work on Kartarpur Sahib Corridor

On Tuesday (April 9), Dr. Mohammad Faisal, official spokesperson of the Pakistan Foreign Office, informed that 50% work on the construction of the Kartarpur Corridor has been completed by Pakistan, and the terminals and roads required to make the Corridor functional are almost completed.

India and Pakistan Hold Talks at Attari About Kartarpur Sahib Corridor; Next Round on April 2

Amidst easing tension Officials from India and Pakistan met Thursday amid easing tensions to discuss opening a visa-free border crossing to allow pilgrims to easily visit a Sikh shrine just inside Pakistan.

Joint Statement of India And Pakistan on Kartarpur Sahib Corridor After March 14 Meeting

The officials of India and Pakistan held a meeting at Wagah-Attari crossing point between East and West Punjab. The meeting was held on East Punjab side. A joint statement was issued after the meeting.

Pakistan Directs Its Delhi High Commission to Issue 3000 Yatri Visas for Sikhs on Vaisakhi

Despite heightened tension with Indian state, the federal government of Pakistan on Monday (March 11) issued orders to Pakistan’s High Commission in New Delhi to issue visas to 3,000 Sikh Yatris for the upcoming Vaisakhi Mela.

Global Sikh Council Praises Pakistan PM Imran Khan for Kartarpur Corridor and Guru Nanak University

The Global Sikh Council (GSC) has praised the Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan for his string of measures as part of Guru Nanak Ji’s 550th Parkash Gurpurab celebrations this year.

Kartarpur Sahib Corridor – Indian Govt. Identifies Land Required on East Punjab Side; Issues Notification

The Indian government's ministry of road transport and highways has reportedly identified the land it requires for the East Punjab side of the Kartarpur corridor. A media report has also said that the government has also issued notification under the National Highways Act 1956.

Vijay Sampla Creating Hurdles for Sikhs on Kartarpur Corridor: CM Amarinder Singh

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has accused Indian Minister and former Punjab State BJP President Vijay Sampla for "trying to scuttle the dreams of the Sikh community by unnecessarily complicating the process of travel and darshan at the historic Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara".

New Tunnel to Take Sikhs Straight to Gurdwara Nankana Sahib

To facilitate Sikh devotees, a tunnel will be constructed from the railway track to the Gurdawara Nankana Sahib.

Construction Work at Kartarpur Sahib Corridor Site Picks Up Pace

A report in Pakistan Observer notes that the constriction work at the site of Kartarpur corridor has picked up pace.

Pakistan Sends 14 Point Draft Agreement to India for Kartarpur Sahib Corridor [READ FULL TEXT of DOCUMENT]

The government of Pakistan has reportedly sent a 14 point draft agreement or memorandum of understanding (MoU) to the government of India regarding Dera Baba Nanak to Kartarpur Sahib corridor meant to allow Sikh devotees to visit Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib.

Was PM Modi not aware of “ISI game plan” on Kartarpur Corridor? A poser for Punjab CM (by IP Singh)

If the Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s latest arguments on Kartarpur corridor are correct, then is it valid to draw the conclusion that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was unaware of the Pakistan army and ISI’s game plan on the Kartarpur corridor?

China Welcomes India and Pakistan’s Move to Open Kartarpur Sahib Corridor

In an expected move, the China on Monday (Dec. 3) welcomed India and Pakistan's move to open the Dera Baba Nanak to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, saying strengthening dialogue between them and properly addressing their differences means a lot to the world peace and development.

World Sikh Parliament (WSP) Welcomes Kartarpur Sahib Corridor Initiative

The recently formalised organisation called World Sikh Parliament (WSP) had issued a written statement welcoming the initiative of a corridor at Kartarpur Sahib which would enable Sikhs residing in East Panjab to visit the Gurdwara Sahib which is located in West Panjab.

Initial Details of Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib Corridor Plan: Facilities to be introduced for Sikh Yatris

Following are details about the initial details of the plans related to the Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib Corridor. These details were shared during the foundation laying event held by the Government of Pakistan at Kartarpur Sahib on November 28.

Kartarpur Sahib Corridor: Pakistan is Always Open to Idea While India is Reluctant to Fulfill Sikh Desire

While Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu was continuously facing flak for hugging with the Pakistan Army chief at newly elected Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s swearing in ceremony, the Dal Khalsa slammed political class for focussing on messenger instead on the message.

Punjab CM Writes to India’s MEA Sushma Swaraj on Kartarpur Sahib Corridor

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has sought the personal intervention of India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in opening of corridor to enable Sikh sangat to visit the historic Gurudwara Kartapur Sahib in Pakistan on the 550th Parkash Gurpurb of  Guru Nanak ji.

Sidhu Not Out! [by Gurtej Singh (IAS)]

How can we forget that it is Punjab on the other side to which we go when we cross over the border. We have a shared history of many millennia with its inhabitants. Some of our holiest shrines are in that Punjab.

Yatra to Nankana Sahib on Parkash Gurpurab: SGPC Tells Sikh Yatris to Submit Passports by August 6

SGPC has called upon the Sikh sangat, willing to visit Nankana Sahib (Pakistan) on Parkash Gurpurb of Guru Nanak Ji, to submit their passports at Amritsar based SGPC office before 8 August.

Book On Lost Sikh Heritage In Pakistan Released

It is learned that Art Historian BN Goswami on Tuesday released Amardeep Singh’s second book on the legacy of Panjabis, The Quest Continues: Lost Heritage

Building of Gurdwara Sahib Demolished in Thoha Khalsa village near Rawalpindi in Pakistan

It is learnt that the building of a Sikh Gurdwara Sahib was demolished in Thoha Khalsa near Rawalpindi in Pakistan. A journalist named Shiraz Hassan extended this information over micro-blogging network Twitter.

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