After Kartarpur, Pakistan temples in Katas Raj near Wagah border

December 11, 2019 Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has continued to keep his promise to allow religious tourists from India to visit the country. Following the grand opening of the Kartarpur Corridor on 9 November, Pakistan has now opened its doors to temples in Katas Raj, where about 100-200 Hindus can visit via the Wagah Border. Committed to promoting interfaith […]

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OPINION: PAKISTAN IS MOVING TOWARDS PEACE. BUT IS INDIA?

OPINION: PAKISTAN IS MOVING TOWARDS PEACE. BUT IS INDIA? : Sikh Daily

While Pakistan were busy working towards making the Kartarpur corridor available for the Indian Sikh community, the Indian Government had their eyes on Jammu and Kashmir, where they ended its special autonomous status and divided it in violation of the UN resolutions. In addition, the Muslim majority Kashmir valley has been kept under curfew. Hundreds of young men were arrested […]

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OPINION: COULD KARTARPUR BE THE CORRIDOR FOR DIALOGUE WITH PAKISTAN

Kartarpur corridor for dialogue : Sikh Daily

It has just been over two weeks since the first batch of Sikh pilgrims from India met their long-desired wish to visit the Darbar Sahib Gurudwara in Kartarpur. This place has immense significance to the Sikh community worldwide since Guru Nanak Dev’s remains have been buried here. 12th November saw the first batch of pilgrims from India, marking the day […]

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Sikh pilgrims slams India for obstructing Kartarpur pilgrimage; Laud Pakistan

OPINION: GETTING CLOSER TO NANKANA SAHIB : Sikh Daily

November 25, 2019 Sikh pilgrims visiting Kartarpur corridor have slammed Indian government for creating hurdles in the immigration process at Indian side, not allowing maximum number of pilgrims to reach Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Pakistan. However, they praised Pakistan government for renovation of their temples.  Thanking Pakistan Prime Minister, they called the initiative commendable job. The Sikh pilgrims said […]

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Violence against minorities rampant in India; Pakistan protect them

Violence against minorities rampant in India; Pakistan protect them : Sikh Daily

Nov 21 At the time of partition, Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and Sikhism were among the top religions besides many others big and small faiths, customs and cultures. After partition, majorities in the sub-continent started victimizing the smaller religions and communities. Within no time the hate griped the whole continent. Millions of Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus, Christians and Scheduled Castes were killed […]

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