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Kartarpur Corridor: India, Pakistan Fail To Finalise Agreement Over Service Fee From Pilgrims

Sep 04, 2019 PTI

In November 2018, India and Pakistan had agreed to set up the border crossing linking Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur, the final resting place of Sikh faith founder Guru Nanak, to Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur district.

India, Pakistan Officials Hold Technical Talks On Kartarpur Corridor Amid Tensions Over Kashmir

Aug 30, 2019 PTI

This is the first meeting that is being held after India had on August 5 revoked Article 370 of the Constitution, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, and bifurcated the state into Union Territories.


'Unfortunate To See Controversy Being Created': Sunny Deol On Appointing 'Representative' In Gurdaspur

In a letter issued on the letterhead of the Gurdaspur MP, Sunny Deol appointed Gurpreet Singh Palheri as his 'representative' to 'attend meetings and follow important matters'.

Slip Of Tongue By BJP MP Sunny Deol While Taking Oath As Lok Sabha Member

Jun 18, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

There was a slip of tongue by the BJP MP from Gurdaspur when he said 'withhold the sovereignty and integrity of the country' instead of 'uphold the sovereignty and integrity of the country', but he quickly rectified it.


Sunny Deol Visits Gurdaspur To Review Progress Of Work On Kartarpur Corridor

The 59-year-old BJP MP Sunny Deol visited the Kartarpur corridor site for the first time after winning the Lok Sabha polls.

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12 May, 2019

'Wouldn't Have Allowed Sunny To Contest Had I Known...': Dharmendra On Son's Gurdaspur Battle

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Dharmendra, who arrived in Gurdaspur Friday to campaign for his son Sunny Deol for Lok Sabha elections, told reporters that he has come here to understand people's pain and to become the remedy


23 April, 2019

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Bollywood Actor Sunny Deol Joins Bharatiya Janata Party

Outlook Web Bureau

Sunny Deol is expected to contest from Punjab’s Gurdaspur.


03 January, 2019

Those Involved In 1984 Riots Were Put Under Wraps On One Family's Direction: PM Modi

Outlook Web Bureau

He said the Congress in Punjab, too, had made big promises to farmers, but deceived them after coming to power.


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Congress General Secreatry Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on her way to meet the family of Arun Valmiki, who allegedly died in police custody, in Agra.

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Farmers participating in Lokniti Satyagraha Kisan Jan Jagran Padyatra, which began on Oct 2 in Bihar's Champaran, carry ashes of farmers killed in Lakhimpur Kheri violence, at the Shastri Ghat on the banks of Varuna in...

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