India's top national security official has accused Pakistan of trying to stir up Sikh militancy in northern Punjab state, striking a sour note ahead of direct talks this week between the rivals.
AMRITSAR, India (AFP) - Sikh priests have rejected an apology from a religious sect for adverts showing its leader dressed as a revered guru which triggered violence in Punjab, a senior cleric said Wednesday.
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