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Sikh pilgrims gather for a ceremony to observe the death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh at his mausoleum in Lahore, Pakistan

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Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali, center waves to media upon his arrival at the airport in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. On Friday Ghulam Ali was presented with the 'Hanumant Award' in recognition for his contribution to music.

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Wife of Kirpal Singh showing their photographs before arrival of his dead body Attari-Wagah border. Kirpal Singh, who was languishing in Pakistan jail, died of massive heart attack.

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Indian prisoners arrive India through Attari-Wagah land border after they were released by Pakistan. Pakistan released 87 Indian prisoners following completion of their jail sentences.

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Indian fisherman wait to board a bus as they begin their journey home after being released from detention, in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali performs in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. Ali performed in the city amid threats of protests by Hindu right wing groups.

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Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali pay floral tributes at the Mazarof 'Dada Miyan Ki Dargah' in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

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Detained Indian fishermen sit in a police facility in Karachi, Pakistan. A Pakistani police officer said the country’s Maritime Security Agency has arrested 66 Indian fishermen for violating its waters in the Arabian Sea.

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A Pakistani female police commando stands guard, as Sikh pilgrims arrive at Wagah railway station near Lahore, Pakistan. Hundreds of Sikh pilgrims arrived in Pakistan by a special train to participate in three-day festival to celebrate the 547st birth anniversary of Guru Nanak at Nankana Sahib near Lahore.

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Geeta, the deaf-mute Indian woman who accidentally crossed over to Pakistan more than a decade ago, celebrating Diwali in Indore, MP.

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Former ideologue of the BJP Sudheendra Kulkarni, with face blackened by Shiv Sena activists, speaks at a press conference in Mumbai. Shiv Sena activists allegedly smeared black ink on the face of ORF chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni for organising the book launch of Neither a Hawk nor a Dove: An Insider's Account of Pakistan's Foreign Policy authored by former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, in Mumbai.

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Shiv Sena activists today allegedly smeared black ink on the face of ORF chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni for organising the book launch of Neither a Hawk nor a Dove: An Insider's Account of Pakistan's Foreign Policy authored by former Pakistan foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, in Mumbai.

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An injured civilian of cross border firing gets down from an ambulance at the Government Medical College hospital in Jammu, J&K.

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Villagers shows houses damaged in firing by Pakistani side at Hamirpur Kona in Pargwal Sector in Jammu.

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Relatives of Sanjay Kumar who was killed in Pakistan firing, show the tail of mortar shells at Hamirpur Kona in Pargwal Sector of Jammu.

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A Pakistani police officer stands guard as Indian fishermen wait for train to leave for India after their release from the central jail in Karachi, Pakistan. Some 163 Indian fishermen left for home after they were released from detention in Pakistan for alleged illegal entry and fishing in Pakistani waters in the Arabian Sea, an official said.

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Indian fishermen, released by Pakistan, arrive in Vadodara by a train from Amritsar.

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Pakistani fishermen released from Indian jails being deported from Dwarka in Gujarat for Wagah border for their repatriation to Pakistan.

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Indian prisoners arrive at Attari land border after they were released by Pakistan, in Amritsar.

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Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit poses for a group photograph with Indo-Pak students as part of the program “Students Exchange for Change 2013-2015” to strengthen friendship roots, in New Delhi.

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Celebrating the spirit of friendship, the Tandons from Jammu receive the Mughals from PoK (with garlands) in Srinagar.

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An emotional Sania Mirza broke down during a television interview following the controversial remark by Telangana BJP leader K Laxman branding her 'Pakistan's daughter-in-law'.

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Pakistani prisoners at Attari-Wagah border before their departure for their country. India had released 37 Pak prisoners including 32 fishermen to Pakistan as a good will gesture.

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Indian fishermen released by Pakistan arrive at the Ahmedabad Railway Station.

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Pakistani Punjabi folk singer Arif Lohar performs at a trade fair in Amritsar.

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Chief Minister of Punjab (Pakistan) Shahbaz Sharif (C) gestures as he poses with Shahi Imam of Delhi's Jama Masjid, Maulana Ahmed Bukhari (L) and a member of his delagation at Jama Masjid in old Delhi.

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Arrested Indian fishermen in police custody stand inside a cell in Karachi, Pakistan.

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Pakistani fishermen leave for their country from Attari-Wagah border after they were released by India.

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Family members of Indian prisoners of war believed to be in Pakistan jails sit as they arrive to address a press conference by Missing Defense Personnel Relatives Association in Jammu.

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Satya Devi, mother of Gopal Das, who had gone missing while fighting during Indo-Pakistani war, offers flowers to portraits of Sarabjit Singh, left, and Chamel Singh during a press conference by Missing Defense Personnel Relatives Association in Jammu.

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Kashmiris offer prayers for Pakistani prisoner Sanaullah Ranjay, in Srinagar.

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Relatives of Pakistani prisoner Sanahullah coming out of the office of Director of Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh. Sanaullah who had sustained injuries after he was beaten up by inmates at a Jammu Jail last week, died at PGIMER.

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Policemen stop BJP workers who were holding a protest against Pakistan over the killing of Sarabjit Singh at Attari-Wagha border.

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Family members of Sarabjit Singh during his funeral procession at his native village Bhikhiwind near Amritsar.

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School children paying tributes to Sarabjit Singh in Mirzapur.

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People carry coffin containing the body of Sarabjit Singh in Bhikhiwind. Singh was cremated in his native village in Punjab.

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Wagah, May 1: Sarabjit’s daughters break down after their return from Lahore

AFP (From Outlook 13 May 2013)

Sarabjit’s body leaving a Lahore mortuary

Schoolchildren pay tribute to Sarabjit in Amritsar, May 2

AFP (From Outlook 13 May 2013)

Relatives and others carry the coffin of Sarabjit Singh in at Bhikhiwind.

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Sukhpreet Kaur, wife of Sarabjit Singh, at Bhikhiwind.

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Air India's special plane carrying body of Sarabjit Singh after its arrival from Pakistan at Amritsar airport.

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Activists of Yukto Axom stag a candle light protest against Pakistan after the death of Sarabjit Singh in Pakistan Jail, in Guwahati.

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BJP activists protesting against Centre and Pakistan after death of Indian national Sarabjit Singh in Pakistan hospital, in Moradabad.

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Relatives try to console Sukhpreet Kaur, left, wife of Sarabjit Singh, as she and her daughters react to the news of his death at Bhikhiwind.

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Pakistani hospital staff transfer the body of jailed Indian spy Sarabjit Singh after an autopsy at a local hospital in Lahore, Pakistan.

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Sarabjit Singh's sister Dalbir Kaur addresses mediapersons in New Delhi.

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Sarabjit Singh's sister Dalbir Kaur addresses mediapersons in New Delhi.

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Shiv Sena activists in Jammu protest against Pakistan over Sarabjit Singh's death.

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ABVP students union in Jammu hold a Pakistani flag over a burning effigy representing Pakistan over Sarabjit Singh's death.

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School students paying homage to late Sarabjit Singh, who died in a Pakistan hospital last night after a brutal attack in Kot Lakhpat jail, in Varanasi.

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People in Jammu burn an effigy representing Pakistan after Sarabjit Singh died from a head injury.

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Protests in Amritsar against the attack on Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh at a jail in Lahore.

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Sikhs attend a prayer for Sarabjit Singh's speedy recovery at a Gurudwara in Kolkata.

PTI Photo/Swapan Mahapatra

Wife Sukhpreet Kaur, second right, sister Dalbir Kaur, second left, and daughters Poonam, left, and Swapandeep of Sarabjit Sing offer prayers at the Golden Temple before crossing the border to Pakistan.

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Dalbir Kaur, Sarabjit Singh's sister waves to the Indian side as she crosses the India Pakistan border accompanied by Singh's wife and two daughters, unseen, at Wagah.

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Sarabjit Singh's sister Dalbir Kaur, wife Sukhpreet Kaur and daughters Poonam and Swapandeep Kaur crossing the Attari/Wagah international border to meet Sarabjit Singh at Jinnah hospital,Pakistan.

PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma

Sarabjit Singh's sister Dalbir Kaur talks to media with Sarabjit's wife Sukhjit Kaur and his daughters Swapandeep Kaur and Poonam during their visit to Golden Temple before leaving to meet him in Pakistan.

PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma

A Pakistani Hindu woman flails her daughter in the air during a protest against alleged human rights violations in Pakistan, outside the United Nation office in New Delhi. A group of Hindus from Sindh province in Pakistan are living in India after leaving their home country a year ago for fear of being persecuted, according to news reports.

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Gulzar Kalra block, Boys High School, Dina, Pakistan. Gulzar in front of his old school where a block has been named after him.

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Gulzar visits the house he was born in, in 1929 — at Dina, District Jhelum, Pakistan. Photo Feb 2013

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Gulzar in his hometown Dina, Pakistan, with Vishal Bharadwaj. Feb 12, 2013.

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Pakistan's Senate Chairman Syed Nayyar Hussain Bukhari with delegation of Pakistan Senate visit at the Shrine of Khwaja Moinuddun Chishti in Ajmer.

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Faryal Talpur, sister of Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, arrives India through Attari / Wagah border for pilgrimage.

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Pakistani prisoners leave for their homes through Wagah border after they were released by Indian authorities following completion of their jail terms.

PTI Photo/Deepak Sharma

Pakistan's Minister for Kashmir Affairs Mian Manzoor Ahmad along with his family members pay obeisance at Golden Temple in Amritsar.

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A Nihang (Sikh warrior) holding a picture of Sarabjit Singh demanding his release from Pakistan jail, at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.

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Delegations from the Pakistan Rangers along with their family members at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

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Pakistani lawyers offer sweets to Surjeet Singh at Pakistan-Indian border post Wagha near Lahore, Pakistan . Singh, who was charged on spying, was released after 31 years.

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Pakistani rangers carry sweets during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border.

AP Photo/Channi Anand

Pakistani devotees carry a chadar during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border.

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Pakistani rangers interact with Indian Border Security Force (BSF) officials during an annual festival at Chamliyal post at the India-Pakistan border.

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Indian fishermen wait for transportation to leave to India after their release from Landhi jail in Karachi, Pakistan. A prison official says 311 Indian fishermen have left for home after being freed by Pakistan.

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Harbans Kaur (sitting at 2nd L), wife of the Surjit Singh, with her children and grand children expressing her happiness over the news of her husband's release by the Pakistan authorities, at their village in the Firozpur district. Singh is lodged in Kot Lakhpatrai Jail for the last 31 years on spying charges.

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The news that Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari had commuted the death sentence of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh turned out to be false, and the celebrations were as a result very short-lived. The Pakistani authorities, it later emerged, had actually taken steps for the release of another Indian prisoner named Surjeet Singh who has been jailed for three decades. The photo shows Sarabjit Singh's wife Sukhpreet Kaur (R) with daughter Poonam and others at their home in Bhikhi Wind near Amritsar after hearing the earlier news of his pardon.

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Pakistan's former federal minister for human rights, Ansar Burney, Sister & Daughter of Sarabjeet meet with Pakistani virologist Mohammad Khalil Chishti in Ajmer.

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A visiting sikh pilgrim takes a plunge in holy water at Hasan Abdal, 50 kilometers from Islamabad during Baisakhi festival in Pakistan. Sikh pilgrims arrived from India and other countries to attend Baisakhi festival at the shrine of Gurdwara Punja Sahib, the second most sacred place for Sikhs.

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (R) shakes hands with Ghazal singer Ghulam Ali in Patna on Sunday

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Indian nationals, who were arrested by Pakistani authorities on charges of violating maritime and land boundaries, wave as they arrive at Attari-Wagah border, about 35 kms from Amritsar, after their release from Pakistani prisons.

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Indian nationals, who were arrested by Pakistani authorities on charges of violating maritime and land boundaries, kiss the soil as they arrive at Attari-Wagah border, about 35 kms from Amritsar, after their release from Pakistani prisons.

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A medically unfit Pakistani national who was released from an Indian prison is carried by policemen before being handed over to Pakistan Rangers soldiers at the Indo-Pak joint check post at Wagah, near Amritsar. Sixty-four Pakistani nationals, including 56 fishermen, crossed over to Pakistan at the Wagah land border after being released from jails in India.

AP Photo/Prabhjot Gill

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