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Pakistan Hosts First Ever World Sikh Conference, Says Committed To Complete Kartarpur Corridor

The Governor Punjab Chaudhary Mohammad Sarwar and the president of the Punjab unit of tehreek-e-insaaf (TeI) Pakistan Ejaz Ahmad Chaudhary here on Saturday evening while hosting a tea party for the Sikh dignitaries gathered from around the globe,

State Policy and Media Reporting: Similarities Between Punjab 1984 and Kashmir 2019

The manner and intent of Indian Establishment in sending of the Indian army to the Darbar Sahib Complex in Amritsar on 3 June 1984 and degradation in the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir on 5 August (2019) bear a lot of similarities. Both actions were sudden and unexpected carried with excessive use of the armed forces. These two events were concerted swoops intended to shock and bamboozle the targeted people of Punjab and Kashmir, thereby, rendering them numb and reactionless.

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.

Imperative that We Use Our Heads, Act with Wisdom: Imran Khan; India Does Not Wish To See Escalation: Sushma Swaraj in China

Hours after an aerial clash between Indian and Pakistani air forces along the Line of Control, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan today said the “sole purpose” to carry out strikes across LoC was to tell India that “if they can come here, we can go there too”.

Indian Foreign Secretary Holds Press Briefing on Balakot Air Strikes; Refuses to Take Questions

Indian government has said that it carried out a “non-military preemptive action specifically targeted at a Jaish-e-Mohammed camp” in Balakot.

Pakistan’s Provincial Government to Turn Hari Singh Nalwa’s Fort into Museum

The government in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has decided to convert a historic fort built by a Sikh commander into a museum.

Navjot Singh Sidhu writes to PMs of India, Pak seeking land of Kartarpur Sahib not be disfigured

Navjot Singh Sidhu wrote letters to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding that the old pristine landscape and terrain of the area of Kartarpur Sahib (Pakistan) where Guru Nanak Sahib, founder of Sikhi, spent His last around 18 years, should not be disfigured in the name of ‘commercialization’ and ‘visitors comforts.’

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.

Dal Khalsa Greets Imran Khan, Hopes for Resolution of Kashmir Dispute and Sikh Issues

Dal Khalsa has written to newly elected Prime Minister of Pakistan Janab Imran Khan hoping that his leadership will mark a change in Pakistan and positively impact the geo-political situation in South Asia.

Set to become Pak PM, What Imran Khan Said About India?

Talking about India, Imran Khan firstly said that he was disappointed to see that the Indian media portrayed him like a Bollywood villain. ‘It felt like everything bad for India would happen if Imran Khan assumes power’,

GUEST COLUMN: Indo-Pak Spy Games and Right to Self-Determination Struggle

Sandwiched between the two nuclear powers –India and Pakistan, the Sikhs of Punjab have a keen geopolitical interest in the developments in each country and the covert games that they play beyond the public glare.

Pakistan Rejects Indian Allegations Regarding Preventing Indian Envoy in Gurdwara Panja Sahib

Pakistan has reportedly rejected the allegations that Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria was denied entry at Gurdwara Panja Sahib, saying the diplomat had agreed to cancel his visit following the protests by the Sikh yatris.

Blame Game Likely As Indian High Commission ‘Prevented’ from Meeting Sikh Yatris in Panja Sahib (Pakistan)

As per reports emanating from Panja Sahib (Hassan Abdal) in Pakistan, the Indian High Commissioner was told to return without "meeting" Sikh yatris in Gurdwara Panja Sahib.

India should Act on UN Rights Report on Kashmir: Human Rights Watch

The Indian government should immediately act on the recommendations in the first-ever report by the United Nations on human rights in Kashmir, Human Rights Watch said.

South Asia Solidarity Group Welcomes UN Report on Human Rights Situation in Kashmir

South Asia Solidarity Group, a Human Rights body base din England, has welcomed the first ever report by the UN on the human rights situation in Kashmir.

Pakistan Sikh Activist Charanjeet Singh’s Murder Suspect Arrested in Peshawar

Pakistani authorities have reportedly arrested the suspected killer of Sikh peace activist S. Charanjeet Singh.

UN HRO Report on the Situation of Human Rights in Kashmir [Full Report]

There is an urgent need to address past and ongoing human rights violations and abuses and deliver justice for all people in Kashmir, who for seven decades have suffered a conflict that has claimed or ruined numerous lives, a report by the UN Human Rights Office published on Thursday says.

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