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Kartarpur corridor inauguration: Narendra Modi flags off first batch of pilgrims to Pakistan's Darbar Sahib, thanks Imran Khan
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Kartarpur corridor inauguration: Narendra Modi flags off first batch of pilgrims to Pakistan's Darbar Sahib, thanks Imran Khan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the passenger terminal building of the Kartarpur Corridor in Gurdaspur and flagged off the first batch of pilgrims.

At Kartarpur cermony, Pakistan's Imran Khan asks India to 'lift all restrictions in Kashmir', claims Valley facing 'humanitarian crisis'
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At Kartarpur cermony, Pakistan's Imran Khan asks India to 'lift all restrictions in Kashmir', claims Valley facing 'humanitarian crisis'

Pakistan's Imran Khan raked up the Kashmir issue at the inauguration of the historic Kartarpur corridor and urged India to end all restrictions in the Valley imposed after New Delhi scrapped Jammu and Kashmir's special status

Kartarpur Corridor Inauguration Updates:  Imran Khan opens much-awaited passage; good beginning to normalise relations, says Manmohan Singh
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Kartarpur Corridor Inauguration Updates: Imran Khan opens much-awaited passage; good beginning to normalise relations, says Manmohan Singh

Kartarpur Corridor Inauguration Updates: Expressing hope that the relations between India and Pakistan could go beyond "hatred, conflict"during the inaugural ceremony of the Kartarpur Corridor in Pakistan, Imran Khan said, 'France and Germany fought wars but look at them today with their cross border relations, their trade. I hope to see this in the subcontinent very soon.'

Narendra Modi inaugurates Kartarpur Corridor from Dera Baba Nanak in Punjab's Gurdaspur, flags off first batch of pilgrims to Pakistan's Darbar Sahib
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Narendra Modi inaugurates Kartarpur Corridor from Dera Baba Nanak in Punjab's Gurdaspur, flags off first batch of pilgrims to Pakistan's Darbar Sahib

The historic Kartarpur corridor was thrown open ahead of the 550th birth anniversary on 12 November of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev, whose final resting place is in Darbar Sahib.

Kartarpur corridor inauguration: First batch of Indian pilgrims enters Pakistan through passage linking Gurdwara Darbar Sahib to Dera Baba Nanak shrine
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Kartarpur corridor inauguration: First batch of Indian pilgrims enters Pakistan through passage linking Gurdwara Darbar Sahib to Dera Baba Nanak shrine

The first batch of the Indian pilgrims entered Pakistan through the historic Kartarpur corridor which was thrown open ahead of the 550th birth anniversary of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev.

Kartarpur Corridor inauguration: Narendra Modi thanks Imran Khan for understanding India's sentiment on issue of passage
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Kartarpur Corridor inauguration: Narendra Modi thanks Imran Khan for understanding India's sentiment on issue of passage

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday thanked his Pakistan counterpart Imran Khan for understanding India's sentiment on the issue of the Kartarpur Sahib corridor.

Kartarpur Corridor: Much awaited passage to formally open to pilgrims today; India, Pakistan to hold separate ceremonies to mark occasion
India

Kartarpur Corridor: Much awaited passage to formally open to pilgrims today; India, Pakistan to hold separate ceremonies to mark occasion

The Kartarpur Sahib Corridor will be formally thrown open for pilgrims three days ahead of 550th anniversary of the founder of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev on 12 November.

Daily Bulletin: Ayodhya verdict to be delivered at 10:30 am today; elaborate security arrangements made across country; Kartarput corridor to be inaugurated today; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Ayodhya verdict to be delivered at 10:30 am today; elaborate security arrangements made across country; Kartarput corridor to be inaugurated today; day's top stories

Here are today's top stories: Ayodhya verdict at 10:30 am today: All educational institutions in UP closed till 11 November, elaborate security across country; Bitter showdown between Devendra Fadnavis and Uddhav Thackeray over-sharing Maharashtra CM's post; governor to decide on next course of action; and more

Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi to inaugurate Kartarpur corridor on Indian side today; SC to hear plea against Delhi govt's odd-even scheme; day's top stories
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Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi to inaugurate Kartarpur corridor on Indian side today; SC to hear plea against Delhi govt's odd-even scheme; day's top stories

Here are today's top stories: Narendra Modi to inaugurate much-awaited Kartarpur corridor on Indian side today; IMA calls for 24-hour shutdown in Karnataka to extend support to striking doctors in Bengaluru; and more

Pakistan’s Khalistani agenda over Kartarpur corridor is clear; India has sleepwalked into a national security nightmare
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Pakistan’s Khalistani agenda over Kartarpur corridor is clear; India has sleepwalked into a national security nightmare

Addressing the religious sentiments of Sikhs over a sensitive issue such as Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara is understandable, what isn’t is the unseemly haste with which India acted on this project that has crucial geopolitical and security ramifications

Kartarpur corridor row: India raises objections to appearance of three Khalistani separatist leaders in Pakistani video
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Kartarpur corridor row: India raises objections to appearance of three Khalistani separatist leaders in Pakistani video

Pakistan's Information and Broadcasting Ministry released a video song on Kartarpur corridor featuring three Khalistani separatists Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Major General Shabeg Singh and Amrik Singh Khalsa

Kartarpur corridor row: Pakistan features pictures of 3 Khalistani leaders killed in Operation Blue Star in promotional video
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Kartarpur corridor row: Pakistan features pictures of 3 Khalistani leaders killed in Operation Blue Star in promotional video

A video song released by the Pakistan government welcoming Sikh pilgrims to visit Kartarpur Sahib has created a controversy as it has pictures of three Khalistani separatist leaders, including Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale in the background in one part of the clip

Situation of Kashmiris unsustainable, must change, German chancellor Angela Merkel tells reporters on Delhi trip
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Situation of Kashmiris unsustainable, must change, German chancellor Angela Merkel tells reporters on Delhi trip

The conditions in which the people of Kashmir are living are "unsustainable" and must be improved, German chancellor Angela Merkel told German media on Delhi trip

Formation of J&K and Ladakh UTs 'unlawful and void', says China; India slams Beijing, says bifurcation of state internal affair, stay out of it
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Formation of J&K and Ladakh UTs 'unlawful and void', says China; India slams Beijing, says bifurcation of state internal affair, stay out of it

India on Thursday hit back at China over its objection to the bifurcation of J&K into two Union Territories, saying the reorganisation is entirely its internal affair and it does not expect other countries to comment on such matters

US House Subcommittee hearing aimed to target India, but that doesn't mean it didn't contain lessons for New Delhi
India

US House Subcommittee hearing aimed to target India, but that doesn't mean it didn't contain lessons for New Delhi

Anyone who watched the hearing by the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, would have discerned not only that India got a drubbing and that Pakistan got away scot-free, but also that the State Department gave a far more professionally-measured statement than the panellists themselves

Ceasefire violations at LoC show India's Pakistan policy has hit a wall: Wise keep more than just a hammer in their toolbox
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Ceasefire violations at LoC show India's Pakistan policy has hit a wall: Wise keep more than just a hammer in their toolbox

Put simply, New Delhi has made punishing Pakistan-backed terrorism by striking across the Line of Control an article of political prestige. Faced with continued terrorism, New Delhi finds itself compelled to do so repeatedly-even when there are no clear tactical or strategic ends to be secured by violence. This is what strategic affairs experts call a 'commitment trap'.

Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Congress MLAs to meet ahead of upcoming Assembly session; yellow alert issued in Odisha; day's top stories and more
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Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Congress MLAs to meet ahead of upcoming Assembly session; yellow alert issued in Odisha; day's top stories and more

Here are today's top stories: Congress to hold meet in Bengaluru today to strategise on upcoming legislative session in Karnataka; IMD predicts moderate to heavy rain in nineteen districts of Odisha today, issues yellow warning; and more

Shadow of Pakistan looms large over this week's 'informal summit' between Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping
India

Shadow of Pakistan looms large over this week's 'informal summit' between Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping

Pakistan has been the most convenient tool in the hands of the Communist rulers of China to create myriad security challenges for India

Kashmir, two months after Article 370 abrogation: Sensitivity towards Kashmiris, delivering on development promise key agenda for Centre
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Kashmir, two months after Article 370 abrogation: Sensitivity towards Kashmiris, delivering on development promise key agenda for Centre

The provocative speech of Imran Khan at the UN General Assembly closely on the heels of abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir seems to have acted like a fuel to the fire for locals. Khan's speech has emboldened the separatist elements in Kashmir and restoring normalcy in Kashmir remains a major challenge for the administration and would need a deft handling.

'Bloodbath in Kashmir': Imran Khan's UNGA speech may have verged on the hysterical, but his call to action for radicals is 'most dangerous'
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'Bloodbath in Kashmir': Imran Khan's UNGA speech may have verged on the hysterical, but his call to action for radicals is 'most dangerous'

The UNGA 2019 went off as expected. The Prime Minister of India made a speech that tickboxed development and progress. The Prime Minister of Pakistan ranted and raved on Kashmir. The former was rather staid and kept to the UN format; Khan's delivery may have verged on the hysterical, but boring he was not.