Pakistan
SARADHS ARE FORBIDDEN IN SIKH RELIGION

Saradhs also called sharadhs are forbidden in Sikh religion whereas in Hindu religion saradhs are held in memory of the deceased ancestors every year in the month of Asu, the seventh desi month which corresponds to the month of September.

'Ancient India' or 'Ancient Pakistan': A Dilemma

Modern India’s exclusive use of the name ‘India’ has helped spread the perception that it is the only rightful inheritor of the subcontinent’s ancient legacy.

Sidhu urges Sushma Swaraj to make efforts to get Kartarpur corridor opened

Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has written to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj asking her to “make every possible effort and bring boundless joy and happiness to the Sikh community world over” over the demand to open up a Kartarpur Sahib corridor.

Nepal PM for re-activation of defunct SAARC

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Tuesday said he had asked to Indian Prime Minister  Narendra Modi about reviving Saarc. In his view the Bimstec could not be an alternative to the grouping of Bay of Bengal states.

India should encourage people’s initiatives to forge normal relations with Pakistan

The election of the eminent Pakistani cricketer, Imran Khan, as Prime Minister (albeit through a flawed election) has rekindled hopes among committed democrats in South Asia, especially India, that Pakistan is about to emerge into a new dawn. Also that it would bring to an end many of the travails that afflict India-Pakistan relations today.

Pakistan’s pre-Islamic history is being separated from its Hindu influence

Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, two of the most popularly recognised cities from this ancient civilisation that sprang up around the rivers of Punjab and the Indus, were the first cities in the world to have a sophisticated sewage system.

Pak PM sets example for leaders across the region

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has set in motion the promises of eliminating needless expenses the leaders of Indian Subcontinent are used to. He has started it by putting up 33 luxury cars of government's fleet of cars.

Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria pays hurried visit to Kartarpur Sahib

 Indian High Commissioner to Islamabad Ajay Bisaria on Wednesday visited Gurdawara Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan’s Narowal diatrict, bordering Gurdaspur in Punjab.

Indian envoy to Pak visits Kartarpur Sahib amid corridor hopes

Visit raises hopes as the envoy explores possibilities of bringing proposed corridor to fruitition

Imran's Govt contemplating to open Kartarpur corridor: Shireen Mazari

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government is preparing a proposal to resolve the Kashmir issue, a senior minister of the country said, describing the draft as a “model for conflict resolution”.

Those targeting Sidhu doing disservice to peace says Imran Khan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday came to the defence of Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu after he faced severe backlash and criticism back home for hugging Pakistan’s Army General Qamar Javed Bajwa and sharing the stage with the president of Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK) during his swearing-in ceremony. 

What led to the Sidhu-Bajwa hug?

The Punjab minister has been under fire in his home country about the hug he shared with Pakistan Army's General Bajwa, at Pak PM Imran Khan's swearing in ceremony. He told NDTV about General Bajwa's offer which led to the hug.

With Imran Khan as PM Pakistan enters new era of politics and development

The only certainty is that Imran Khan will be besieged by entrenched institutions, a dismal politics, and dubious people who have little interest in his tabdeeli and naya Pakistan. It is amazing how the rich and powerful by and large remain comfortable with the poor and vulnerable remaining in their wretched condition.