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India, Pakistan sign agreement to operationalise Kartarpur Corridor

DNA Thursday, 24 October 2019
Earlier on Monday, India had said it was "constrained" to accept US $20 service fee proposed by Islamabad for using the Kartarpur corridor.
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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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