Responding to a plea filed by the Nanded gurudwara, the Maharashtra government has informed the SC that granting the gurudwara permission to conduct its Dusshera procession will not be a ‘practically feasible option,’ in the backdrop of COVID-19.
With the United States getting into exit-mode to leave the country and paving the way for an eventual Taliban-take over, India seems to be the last viable backer for the Afghan government of Ashraf Ghani.
Pak PM Imran Khan last week announced that no fee would be charged from Indian Sikh pilgrims on the opening day of the corridor on November 9 and on Sikhism founder Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary.
In his letter, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to get the property rebuilt by his government, if the Centre is able to secure Islamabad's permission for it.
The Sikh diaspora, all over the world has taken on the challenge to plant a million tree across India, Malaysia, Pakistan, US, UK, and many other countries, to celebrate the 550th birthday of Baba Guru Nanak, who founded Sikhism.
A long-pending demand of the Sikh community to build a religious corridor linking India's border district of Gurdaspur with a historic gurudwara in Pakistan may finally be fulfilled with both the countries announcing that stretches would be developed in their respective areas.