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
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
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Though Rajinder Kumar Dhawan never could aspire to be a king, he played the role of ruthless king-maker in the 70s and the 80s.
Justin Trudeau's India visit could bolster ties, but Canadian PM's courting of Khalistani elements is causing bitterness
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Bombay HC seeks publisher's response in reference to Bhindranwale being called 'terrorist' in school book
The Bombay High Court has sought the response of Balbharti, the publisher of school textbooks, on a petition seeking deletion of a chapter in a history textbook in which separatist leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale is referred to as a "terrorist".
For a leader who never fails to describe the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Hindutva philosophy as divisive, it is indeed shocking, and perturbing, that Rahul Gandhi should have given a communal twist to Punjab politics 48 hours before it began to vote
A small group of people who raised pro-Khalistan and anti-government slogans were whisked away by the SGPC Task Force and police as the 32nd anniversary of the Indian Army's "Operation Bluestar" passed off peacefully at the Golden Temple complex on Monday.
The BJP in Punjab accused AAP of trying to destabilise the state by circulating posters and exhorting people to mark the birth anniversary of Khalistani militant leader late Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale
The Indian Army was on Saturday deployed in various parts of tense Jammu as the sikh youth killed in clashes with police was cremated after the state government accepted most of the demands of the agitating community, including magisterial probe and transfer of district police chief.
Situation in Jammu was "tense" on Friday as sikh youth defied prohibitory orders and held protests in various areas as part of a three-day old agitation over removal of posters of Khalistani militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. The protests saw one more policeman being stabbed and his AK rifle taken away.
Security forces in Amritsar and other areas of the state have been asked to remain on alert ahead of the 31st anniversary of Operation Bluestar.
Punjabi film Kaum De Heere (Gems of the Community), which is scheduled to release in India on 22 August, has left security agencies in a tizzy.
Despite a long wait, there has been no closure to the riot cases that the families of victims have been hoping for. No one of any significance has been brought to book so far.
The wounds and the hurt caused by that attack and its bloody aftermath are yet to heal, say members of the Sikh community.
Notwithstanding his status as recorded in government books Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale is a craze today in Punjab.