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Election 2024: 'Democracy gives me right to campaign,' says BJP candidate ex-envoy Taranjit Sandhu as farmers show black flags in Amritsar

Amritsar (Punjab): Former Indian Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu, who has been fielded by the BJP from Punjab’s Amritsar in the upcoming Lok Sabha election, was shown black flags during his campaign trail in two villages of the district, media reports said.

Lok Sabha polls 2024: BJP drops Sunny Deol, fields ex-bureaucrat Taranjit Sandhu from Punjab's Gurdaspur seat

New Delhi: The BJP unveiled its 8th list of candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections on Saturday.

American-Sikh body calls for accountability after heckling of Indian envoy at New York gurdwara

The sanctity of a place of worship was disrupted over the weekend as India’s Ambassador to the US, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, faced heckling during his visit to a New York gurdwara. The incident has sparked outrage from the American-Sikh community, urging the gurdwara’s management to take decisive action against those responsible.

Khalistani extremists heckle Indian envoy Taranjit Singh Sandhu in New York Gurudwara

In a shocking incident at the Hicksville Gurudwara in New York’s Long Island, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, India’s Ambassador to the United States, fell victim to the disruptive actions of Khalistani extremists during a visit to offer prayers on Gurpurab.

After PM Modi's State visit, US returns 105 antiquities to India

New York/IBNS: Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's US State visit, a total of 105 antiquities, spanning a period from 2nd-3rd Century CE to 18th-19th Century CE, are being returned to India by American authorities.