Could the opening of the Kartarpur Crossing, to facilitate the Sikh community on both sides of the Pakistan-India border, be a step towards talks or initiating a peace process? The Indian media and the Indian government are not interested.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan says his party and the powerful army are "all on one page" to mend ties with its arch-foe, during a rare ceremony for the first visa-free border crossing for Indian Sikh pilgrims.
Security alert triggered across Punjab state after two masked men lob a grenade toward the hall belonging to the Nirankari spiritual group at a village on the outskirts of Amritsar, killing three people and wounding between 15-20 others, police say.
The Sikh minority in the country has been living on the edge ever since extremists began to target them.
The Sikh case demonstrates the way in which the tentacles of the war on terror have spread not just from focusing on terrorists, extremists, or Muslims, but also visible minorities more generally.
On both sides of the border that divided the subcontinent 70 years ago, historians are racing to record the accounts of the last living witnesses to one of the largest, deadliest human migrations of all time.
More than 130,000 people signed an online petition after it emerged that the new notes contained small amounts of tallow – which comes from cows and sheep.
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