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Capt. Amarinder Singh urges Pakistan not to back out of Kartarpur Corridor

Capt. Amarinder Singh urges Pakistan not to back out of Kartarpur Corridor

Expressing concern over reports of a ‘discernible slowdown’ in Pakistan’s activities on the Kartarpur Corridor development, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday urged the neighbouring country not to back out of its commitment on the project, which was of supreme religious importance to the Sikh community.Singh’s statement came after reports that India had sent

Over 500 Sikh pilgrims to enter India from Pakistan

Over 500 Sikh pilgrims to enter India from Pakistan

In a first-of-its-kind since India’s partition, a team of over 500 Sikh pilgrims will enter India from Pakistan via road on Thursday after paying obeisance at the historic Nankana Sahib as part of the 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, event organisers said. Two days ago, the pilgrims entered

Indumeet Singh urges youth to join plantation drives on Guru Nanak Dev 550th Birthday

Indumeet Singh urges youth to join plantation drives on Guru Nanak Dev 550th Birthday

Srinagar : Kashmiri Sikh leader Indumeet  Singh on Sunday said that to commemorate 550th Parkash Purab (Birthday anniversary) of Guru Nanak Dev Ji , plantation drives will be organised at various places of Kashmir valley. In a statement Indumeet said that , “In order to celebrate the 550th Parkash Purab of beloved Guru Nanak dev ji’s , i

Guru Nanak Dev ji's 'Tera..Tera' finds resonance in Jalandhar

Guru Nanak Dev ji’s ‘Tera..Tera’ finds resonance in Jalandhar

Kusum Arora Jalandhar ‘Tera, Tera, Tera…’ (All yours, all yours ! O Lord)The first Sikh guru – Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji’s teaching has come up alive in Jalandhar with a group of devotees starting a ‘Tera Tera’ Hatti (shop) where everything was available at mere Rs 13 only!Dedicated to the 550th Parkash Purab of

Gurpurab celebrations: PM Narendra Modi pays obeisance

Kartarpur Corridor between India, Pak can promote people to people contact: Modi

Kartarpur Corridor : Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while participating in the Gurpurab celebrations on Friday, said that Kartarpur Corridor could be a reason to connect people, adding that the incidents of 1947 should be left behind. He further said that if the Berlin Wall, which restricted the relationship between the people of East and West