Gopal Singh Chawla


'Gopal Singh Chawla' - 7 News Result(s)

  • "Forced Picture," Says Akali Leader, Seen With Pro-Khalistan Leader

    "Forced Picture," Says Akali Leader, Seen With Pro-Khalistan Leader

    Shiromani Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa said on Tuesday his photo with pro-Khalistan leader Gopal Singh Chawla, which has stirred a controversy, was clicked forcefully when he was at the Gurdwara Nankana Sahib in Pakistan.

  • India Calls For End To "Pro-Khalistan Activities" In Pakistan Gurdwaras

    India Calls For End To "Pro-Khalistan Activities" In Pakistan Gurdwaras

    New Delhi has accused pro-Khalistan groups of using gurdwaras in Pakistan to promote anti-India activities under the nose of state authorities in a 23-page dossier submitted to Islamabad.

  • 5,000 Pilgrims A Day, No Restrictions On Faith: India To Pak On Kartarpur

    5,000 Pilgrims A Day, No Restrictions On Faith: India To Pak On Kartarpur

    Pakistan today agreed in-principle to build a bridge on the zero line of the Kartarpur Corridor to provide all-weather connectivity, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement after a two-hour meeting to iron out issues in the second round of talks over the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims.

  • Pakistan Removes Pro-Khalistan Leader From Committee On Kartarpur Talks

    Pakistan Removes Pro-Khalistan Leader From Committee On Kartarpur Talks

    Conceding to India's demand, Pakistan has removed a pro-Khalistan activist from its committee to iron out issues in the second round of talks over the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims, set to take place on Sunday.

  • Congress Backs Navjot Sidhu In Row Over Photo With Pro-Khalistan Activist

    Congress Backs Navjot Sidhu In Row Over Photo With Pro-Khalistan Activist

    Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Thursday sought to defend Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, under fire for being photographed with "pro-Khalistan" leader Gopal Singh Chawla in Pakistan, saying he had gone there in his personal capacity.

  • Roasted For Photo With Pro-Khalistan Leader, Navjot Sidhu's Defence

    Roasted For Photo With Pro-Khalistan Leader, Navjot Sidhu's Defence

    Navjot Singh Sidhu, under attack after his photo with pro-Khalistan activist Gopal Singh Chawla emerged online, today claimed that he was photographed thousands of times during his visit to Pakistan for the Kartapur corridor groundbreaking ceremony and does not know who Gopal Chawla is.

  • Pro-Khalistan Leader Seen With Pak Army Chief At Kartarpur Event

    Pro-Khalistan Leader Seen With Pak Army Chief At Kartarpur Event

    As Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan talked peace and "civilized ties" with India at the Kartarpur corridor event today, the country's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa was seen greeting a pro-Khalistani leader on the sidelines of the ground-breaking ceremony.

'Gopal Singh Chawla' - 1 Video Result(s)

'Gopal Singh Chawla' - 7 News Result(s)

  • "Forced Picture," Says Akali Leader, Seen With Pro-Khalistan Leader

    "Forced Picture," Says Akali Leader, Seen With Pro-Khalistan Leader

    Shiromani Akali Dal leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa said on Tuesday his photo with pro-Khalistan leader Gopal Singh Chawla, which has stirred a controversy, was clicked forcefully when he was at the Gurdwara Nankana Sahib in Pakistan.

  • India Calls For End To "Pro-Khalistan Activities" In Pakistan Gurdwaras

    India Calls For End To "Pro-Khalistan Activities" In Pakistan Gurdwaras

    New Delhi has accused pro-Khalistan groups of using gurdwaras in Pakistan to promote anti-India activities under the nose of state authorities in a 23-page dossier submitted to Islamabad.

  • 5,000 Pilgrims A Day, No Restrictions On Faith: India To Pak On Kartarpur

    5,000 Pilgrims A Day, No Restrictions On Faith: India To Pak On Kartarpur

    Pakistan today agreed in-principle to build a bridge on the zero line of the Kartarpur Corridor to provide all-weather connectivity, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement after a two-hour meeting to iron out issues in the second round of talks over the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims.

  • Pakistan Removes Pro-Khalistan Leader From Committee On Kartarpur Talks

    Pakistan Removes Pro-Khalistan Leader From Committee On Kartarpur Talks

    Conceding to India's demand, Pakistan has removed a pro-Khalistan activist from its committee to iron out issues in the second round of talks over the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims, set to take place on Sunday.

  • Congress Backs Navjot Sidhu In Row Over Photo With Pro-Khalistan Activist

    Congress Backs Navjot Sidhu In Row Over Photo With Pro-Khalistan Activist

    Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Thursday sought to defend Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, under fire for being photographed with "pro-Khalistan" leader Gopal Singh Chawla in Pakistan, saying he had gone there in his personal capacity.

  • Roasted For Photo With Pro-Khalistan Leader, Navjot Sidhu's Defence

    Roasted For Photo With Pro-Khalistan Leader, Navjot Sidhu's Defence

    Navjot Singh Sidhu, under attack after his photo with pro-Khalistan activist Gopal Singh Chawla emerged online, today claimed that he was photographed thousands of times during his visit to Pakistan for the Kartapur corridor groundbreaking ceremony and does not know who Gopal Chawla is.

  • Pro-Khalistan Leader Seen With Pak Army Chief At Kartarpur Event

    Pro-Khalistan Leader Seen With Pak Army Chief At Kartarpur Event

    As Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan talked peace and "civilized ties" with India at the Kartarpur corridor event today, the country's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa was seen greeting a pro-Khalistani leader on the sidelines of the ground-breaking ceremony.

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