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LATEST NEWS International volunteers Day celebrated in Srinagar My Town My Pride : Visiting officers inspect developmental works at MC Handwara, MC Langate 60th Annual Raising Day of Civil Defense & Home Guards celebrated at Srinagar Director Agriculture Kashmir Chowdhary Mohammad Iqbal chairs meeting of Organic/ Bio fertilizer companies Habitual Timber Smugglers to be booked under PSA : Sachin Kumar Vaishya Two day ‘My Town My Pride’ 2.0 concludes at Hajin My Town My pride 2.0 concludes at Shopian My Town My Pride : DC Shopian Sachin Kumar Vaishya chairs joint meeting of ULB Members, Officers Div Com Kashmir inaugurates CBC’s 5-day Multimedia Exhibition on Amrit Mahotsav at Anantnag Welfare of forest workers top priority with State Government : Lal Chand Kataruchak Step closer to resolve Fazilka bus stand issue: Laljit Singh Bhullar instructs to initiate process of shifting bus stand to transport department Harmony is the strength of India's culture : Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar Dr. Ambedkar paid tribute on the occasion of Mahaparinirvan Divas in Punjab Vidhan Sabha Punjab Government released Rs. 267 lakh for update of M.R. Homes for patients suffering from psychological problems: Dr. Baljit Kaur North Zone’s Pre-Republic Day NSS Parade training Camp concluded at Lovely Professional University Gippy Grewal & Ravneet Grewal Paints The City Red With Their Dance Performance On ‘Nawa Nawa Pyaar' Jos Buttler, Adil Rashid, Shaheen Shah Afridi among nominees for ICC Player of the Month Award for November India will need 1 lakh drone pilots by 2023 : Anurag Singh Thakur Badshah ditches bling in 'Kya Say' music video featuring Sukriti, Prakriti Kantara Starrer Rishab Shetty Finally Revealed The Release Date OF Hindi Version On OTT Kyaa Baat Haii 2.0: Vicky Kaushal & Kiara Advani Featured In Remake Of Harrdy Sandhu’s Song

 

 


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Taliban rolling back rights for women in at least 32 different areas

30-Sep-2021 New Delhi

The Taliban are "rolling back" rights for women and girls in at least 32 different areas, according to a new list compiled by the Human Rights Watch (HRW).While restricting access to education has been the most high profile abuse, discrimination is taking...

 

Afghans set up government in exile

29-Sep-2021 New Delhi

A number of former Afghan officials, who fled the country along with President Ashraf Ghani after the Taliban takeover last month, have announced the continuation of the Afghan government in exile.A statement released by the Afghan Embassy in Switzerland...

 

US concerned about Pak nuclear weapons after Taliban takeover

29-Sep-2021 New Delhi

Top US generals had warned US President Joe Biden that a rushed withdrawal from Afghanistan could increase risks to Pakistan's nuclear weapons and the country's security, Dawn reported."We estimated an accelerated withdrawal would increase risks of regional...

 

Al Qaeda operated from Khyber Pakhtunwa, Karachi: Report

28-Sep-2021 New Delhi

Al Qaeda has operated primarily from Pakistan's former Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), now incorporated into the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province; and in the megacity of Karachi, as well as in Afghanistan, according to a report by the US Congressional...

 

Why India needs to rediscover Armenia to counter Turkey and Pakistan

27-Sep-2021 New Delhi

Recently the Republic of Armenia celebrated 30 years of independence. This year too, the Armenian College and Philanthropic Academy celebrated the bicentennial - a seminal moment not just for the academy, or for the Armenian community of Kolkata or India but...

 

Afghan airline flies out relatives, staff impersonating journos

27-Sep-2021 New Delhi

A private Afghan airline flew out at least 155 family members of the company's leadership to Abu Dhabi instead of evacuees, including journalists, according to a media report on Monday.Citing the Bloomberg report, TOLO News said the Kam Air flight was...

 

Impossible for us to recognise Taliban: Italian FM

27-Sep-2021 Kabul

Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio has said that it was impossible for his country to recognise the caretaker Taliban government in Afghanistan, adding that at least 17 of the appointed ministers were "terrorists", the media reported on Monday.In a statement...

 

Afghanistan's Taliban govt welcomes US allowing assistance

26-Sep-2021 Kabul

The newly-formed Taliban administration in Afghanistan has welcomed the US' recent move to allow the flow of humanitarian assistance to the country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Sunday."The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of...

 

US maintains sanctions pressure on Taliban, restrictions to finances

26-Sep-2021 New Delhi

The US administration said it has maintained sanctions pressure on the Taliban and its leaders, as well as the significant restrictions on their access to the international financial system."And this gets back to the core point that even as we maintain pressure...

 

Taliban hang dead bodies in city squares of Herat

25-Sep-2021 New Delhi

The Taliban reportedly hung the dead bodies of four alleged kidnappers in public in the western city of Herat in an apparent warning, the BBC reported.The gruesome display came a day after a notorious Taliban official warned that extreme punishments such...

 

Imran Khan is also a puppet : Taliban spokesman

24-Sep-2021 New Delhi

A Taliban spokesperson has lashed out at Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, describing him as a 'puppet' who was 'not elected by the people of Pakistan'.The spokesperson in an interview urged Pakistan not to interfere in Afghanistan's affairs, the Friday...

 

Why is Taliban's push to voice its agenda in UN likely to fail?

22-Sep-2021 Kabul

The annual meeting of the United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) this year is discussing the legitimacy of the new ruler of Afghanistan - the Taliban.But now the bigger question has emerged - who would represent Afghanistan at the UNGA after the Taliban took...

 

Women stage protest in Kabul against Taliban policies

20-Sep-2021 Kabul

A number of Afghan women staged a protest in Kabul against Taliban policies, demanding equal rights to education and work, according to a media report.Sunday's protest took place in response to the closure of the former government's Ministry of Women Affairs...

 

Karzai says Taliban have not fulfilled their commitments

20-Sep-2021 Kabul

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai has said that the taliban have not fulfilled their commitments on various issues like the education of girls, women's rights, as well as a decision on the national flag, since they took over the country late last month.A...

 

TTP is already intensifying attacks against Pak govt

19-Sep-2021 New Delhi

The leader of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) or Pakistan Taliban has rejected the idea that the power-shift in Afghanistan would affect TTP strategies and added that TTP is already intensifying attacks against the government of Pakistan.The head of the...

 

Is the Taliban thinking of creating a regular army for Afghanistan?

16-Sep-2021 New Delhi

The Taliban's acting Army Chief, Qari Fasihuddin said that the militant group is holding consultations over creating a regular army for Afghanistan.Afghan broadcaster TOLO News reported that Fasihuddin made the announcement at a press conference in Kabul...

 

Taliban hands over seized cash, gold to Afghan central bank

16-Sep-2021 Kabul

The Taliban has handed over about $12.3 million cash and some gold to Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB), the country's central bank, a statement said on Thursday.The cash and gold bars found from the houses of former administration's officials and local offices...

 

Afghans long for better life as Taliban manages to run country

16-Sep-2021 Kabul

While the security situation in Afghanistan has remained stable since the Taliban takeover in August, the country is now facing economic and humanitarian challenges, with its people longing for a better life and the new government calling for international...

 

Afghanistan to have regular army soon : Taliban official

16-Sep-2021 Kabul

Afghanistan would soon have a regular army to defend the country, Taliban's army chief of staff Qari Fasihuddin has said."Afghanistan would have a regular, disciplined and strong army in near future to defend and protect the country and consultations in this field...

 

 

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