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Pakistan firm on $20 Kartarpur fee but India agrees to pact

IndiaTimes Monday, 21 October 2019
Pakistan refused to budge on charging Sikh pilgrims $20 to visit Kartarpur Sahib. India gave in to the demand and agreed to sign the Kartarpur Corridor agreement. The Indian concession came even as Indian and Pakistani forces are ranged along the LoC in a heavy exchange of fire.
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News video: India, Pakistan sign agreement to operationalise Kartarpur Corridor

India, Pakistan sign agreement to operationalise Kartarpur Corridor 03:12

India and Pakistan on Thursday operationalised the Kartarpur Corridor to allow Indian pilgrims to visit a gurdwara built at the site where Guru Nanak spent the final years of his life.

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