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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

Kartarpur corridor project to continue: Pakistan

Kartarpur corridor project to continue: Pakistan

The cross-border Kartarpur Corridor project will continue as scheduled, Pakistan said on Thursday, a day after it expelled the Indian envoy and announced other retaliatory measures after India revoked Article 370 granting special status to Jammu and Kashmir.Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said in his briefing: “The Kartarpur Corridor project will continue. Pakistan respects

Kartarpur corridor work on, but no progress on demand for access to Sharda temple in PoK

Kartarpur corridor work on, but no progress on demand for access to Sharda temple in PoK

While work is underway to build a corridor for Indian pilgrims to visit Kartarpur Sahib gurdwara in Pakistan, a demand is pending for a similar facility for Sharda Peeth temple, ancient shrine located in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and revered by Kashmiri Pandits.India has proposed to Pakistan that devotees be allowed to visit the temple, situated in

Kartarpur corridor work on, but no progress on demand for access to Sharda temple in PoK

Pakistan agrees for visa-free year-long travel to Kartarpur Sahib

Pakistan on Sunday agreed in-principle to allow visa-free, year-long travel for Indian passport holders and OCI card holders to the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara. Everyday, 5,000 pilgrims will be allowed to visit the Gurdwara on foot, both as individuals or in groups, Home Ministry’s Joint Secretary (Internal Security) S.C.L. Das told reporters here after the second

India to take up with Pakistan pro-Khalistan leader’s presence on Kartarpur panel

India is going “with high expectations” for the Kartarpur corridor meeting on Sunday and is expected to raise with the Pakistani side several issues, including the presence of pro-Khalistani leader Gopal Singh Chawla on a panel associated with the project. The first round of talks was held on March 14 on the Indian side of

Kartarpur Corridor: India, Pak officials discuss technical aspects

Officials from India and Pakistan on Monday met at the Zero Line along the international border in Punjab’s Dera Baba Nanak sector and discussed the technical aspects to link Dera Baba Nanak shrine in Gurdaspur district with Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur. Official sources said officers from the two sides discussed the road alignment of

Kartarpur corridor stretches beyond Lok Sabha polls

Kartarpur corridor stretches beyond Lok Sabha polls

Not long ago when Indian and Pakistan agreed to join hands for building a corridor that would connect Kartarpur gurdwara in Pakistan to the Punjab hinterland in Dera Baba Nanak, there was a huge uproar over the credit claim. As Pakistan silently conceded, to the comfort of its political dispensation, to India’s long-standing demand, back

India, Pak push to expedite Kartarpur corridor

India and Pakistan held a technical meeting to discuss modalities for the corridor, linking this historic border town with Kartarpur Sahib, the last resting place of Guru Nanak Dev ji, founder of the Sikh faith, whose 550th birth anniversary will be celebrated worldwide in November.The technical experts, including surveyors from both sides, participated in the

Kartarpur corridor stretches beyond Lok Sabha polls

Pak, India to hold technical meeting on Kartarpur corridor on April 16

Press trust of India Islamabad Kartarpur corridor : Pakistan said Monday that it will hold a technical meeting with India on April 16 to discuss the modalities for the corridor linking Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur to Dera Baba Nanak shrine in Gurdaspur district in Punjab. “Continuing with Pakistan’s spirit of constructive engagement, we have

India seeks Pakistan’s clarification on Kartarpur corridor

India seeks Pakistan’s clarification on Kartarpur corridor. India on Friday expressed concern and sought clarification from Pakistan on reports that some controversial elements have been appointed by Pakistan to a committee to be associated with the Kartarpur corridor.It also asked Pakistan to clarify its stand on key proposals put forward by India at the last

Kartarpur corridor stretches beyond Lok Sabha polls

India shares coordinates of Kartarpur Corridor with Pakistan

India shares coordinates of Kartarpur Corridor with Pakistan . In its bid to expedite the long-pending proposal to establish Kartarpur corridor, India on Tuesday shared the coordinates of the Zero point (crossing point) of the corridor along the International border with Pakistan. India has also proposed two sets of dates i.e. February 26 and March

Kartarpur corridor stretches beyond Lok Sabha polls

Pakistan invites India to discuss Kartarpur corridor

Pakistan invites India to discuss Kartarpur corridor. Weeks after ground breaking ceremony amid fanfare by Prime Minister Imran Khan on November 28, 2018, Pakistan has now shared a draft agreement with India on the Kartarpur corridor issue.Shared through the Indian High Commisison in Islamabad, the draft lists out proposals to facilitate the travel of Indian

Kartarpur Corridor warning bells

Ahead of Kartarpur Corridor, Centre rings warning bells

Pak ISI still harbouring six militant heads in Pakistan AJAY BHARDWAJ Chandigarh The Union Home ministry’s dossier prepared to take stock of Punjab militants’activities in Pakistan has listed six militant organisations which have their top leaders nestled in corners of Lahore and its adjoining pockets. The dossier, which has been shared with the Punjab government

Punjab DGP asks CM Captain Amarinder Singh to relieve him from his duties

Punjab CM takes on Pannu for his ‘liberation’ remark

Punjab CM takes on Pannu for his ‘liberation’ remark. Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) seeking Pakistan’s help to ‘liberate’ Punjab from India exposes nefarious designs of the organisation and its nexus with Pakistani Army and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said on Tuesday.In a hard-hitting reaction to the statement of SFJ’s legal advisor

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

Kartarpur corridor is an ISI’s nefarious plan: Chief Minister

Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has dubbed the whole affair as a bigger conspiracy hatched by the Pak army. Citing the fact that Pakistan Army General Qamar Javed Bajwa had broken the news of opening the Kartarpur Corridor to Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu even before Imran Khan was sworn in as Pakistan prime minister, the chief minister said the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor was

Kartarpur Corridor: Read the Lips and Hear the Whisper

Editor’s Post Ajay Bhardwaj Chandigarh The body language spoke volumes. And the message was loud and clear from Pakistani side. During the function, it was Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu who sat next to Prime minister Imran Khan even as two Union ministers from India, Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Hardeep Singh Puri, were kept

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

Navjot Singh Sidhu credits his hug to Pak Army chief for Kartarpur corridor development

Navjot Singh Sidhu credits his hug to Pak Army chief for Kartarpur corridor development.  Navjot Singh Sidhu on Friday took credit for the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur corridor in Pakistan saying that it was his hug to Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa during Islamabad visit that has pushed the Centre to take initiative

President Kovind, Punjab CM to lay foundation stone for Kartarpur Corridor

President Ram Nath Kovind and Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh will lay the foundation stone for the Kartarpur Corridor at Dera Baba Nanak, Gurdaspur on November 26. The decision to build the corridor from Dera Baba Nanak to the International Border was taken today by the Union Cabinet. The Chief Minister said that the

Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh in PGI for routine checkup

Punjab CM urges Sushma to take up Kartarpur corridor issue with Pakistan

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday urged External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to take up with Pakistan  to take up Kartarpur corridor issue with Pakistan. The issue of opening up of the corridor from Dera Baba Nanak to Sri Kartarpur Sahib  in Narowal district, 120-km from Lahore. The Punjab CM, in a letter to the External Affairs Minister, has