http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_india-condemns-beheading-of-sikhs-in-pakistan_1351269 India condemns beheading of Sikhs in Pakistan London: India today condemned the beheading of two Sikhs by Pakistani Taliban and said it has sought details from Pakistan on the "most unfortunate and tragic" incident. "The beheading of two Sikhs is the most unfortunate and tragic (incident) and we have sought facts from Pakistan," foreign secretary Nirupama Rao said here. "Of course we condemn it," Rao said while answering a specific question after delivering a key note address at the 3rd International Institute for Strategic Studies-MEA Dialogue - "Perspectives on Foreign Policy for a 21st Century India". Two Sikhs who were kidnapped for ransom were found beheaded by the Pakistani Taliban in the country's restive tribal belt yesterday. Some more members of the minority community are still in the custody of the rebels. The body of Jaspal Singh was found in the Khyber tribal region, located a short distance from the provincial capital of Peshawar, while the body of Mahal Singh was found in the Aurakzai Agency. There was some confusion about the total number of Sikhs who were kidnapped for ransom from the Bara area of Khyber Agency by the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan.