Topic: Khalistan

Despite being a Sunday, Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party failed to attract a decent audience for the rally
This is the first time under the Trudeau government that the Khalistani extremism has been considered as a matter of 'concern'.
Not only is the media sowing seeds of divisions within the country, outlets like Shekhar Gupta's The Print are also providing a platform to Khalistanis to further their anti India agenda
Congress party, who otherwise leaves no opportunity to take a jibe at others has been tongue-tied during this entire episode
This act by the senior Congress leader Sidhu comes after a day that terrorist Chawla was spotted alongside Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa at the inauguration of the Kartarpur Corridor. 
Apart from naming Babbar Khalsa, the document also lists Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT)
The Print's article is really a word salad and the author ends up talking a lot and saying very little.
Indians in London disrupt pro-Khalistan event with loud slogans and music in 'We Stand With India' program at Trafalgar Square in London
The differences between the two parties appear too vast to resolve.
 The Parliament House had been attacked once earlier, by Kashmiri separatists, in 2001
Transnational conspiracy to destabilize Punjab by targeted killings.
The campaign calls for Sikhs to come together to demand a separate state from 'India occupied Punjab'.
The protest is backed by Pakistan-origin British MP Lord Nazir Ahmed.
Youths are also being radicalized through social media
Trudeau received lot of flak for extending an invitation to a convicted Khalistani terrorist
AAP leader Gul Panag hints that Kejriwal knew he was courting the Khalistan separatists in 2014 elections
Despite India's strong objection, Trudeau continues to flirt with Khalistanis
Congress SM head tries to take a dig at Prime Minister's 'hugplomacy', snubs Punjab CM Captain Amarinder, instead
The Canadian PM seems to be getting differential treatment
Refusal of Justin Trudeau to meet Punjab CM Amarinder Singh may be aimed at keeping his Sikh voters in good humour. 
He has been described as "Hero of Freedom of Kashmir"
Now Gurmehar has started receiving support on the basis of the religion she belongs to.
A photograph shows Jarnail Singh, an AAP leader who was party candidate in general elections, addressing a rally of Khalistan supporters.

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