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Rethinking Security under A New World Order

Expenditures on security thus should not be restricted to arms and ammunition and deployment of troops but also building bureaucracies and infrastructure which effectively battle the shocks that emerge in difficult conflicts.

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Jaishankar Meets Russian Counterpart; Discusses Afghanistan And Indo-Pacific

The minister met Lavrov on the sidelines of the Ministerial meeting of the Conference of Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA).

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PM Modi To Participate In G20 Leaders' Summit On Afghanistan On Tuesday

The summit is being convened by Italy, the current chair of the G20 that comprises 20 of the world's major economies.

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PM Modi, Boris Johnson Discuss Afghanistan, Vaccine Issue, Climate Conference

The telephone talks came four days after the UK announced that Indian travellers fully vaccinated with both doses of Covishield or any other vaccine approved by it will not require to undergo a 10-day mandatory quarantine on arrival from October 11.

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Taliban Eyes Image Makeover, Amid Ongoing Oppression Of Afghani Public

The militant group is playing a new role of a policing and patrolling force. It now prefers mediation instead of violence.

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Situation In South Asia Extremely Dangerous Due To Taliban Takeover Of Afghanistan: Former US NSA

Jihadist terrorist organisations are not only growing larger in numbers, more confident, and richer, they are also becoming more destructive

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Top US Generals Recommended Having 2,500 Troops In Afghanistan; White House Defends Withdrawal

The White House, however, defended the presidential decision, acknowledging that it was a split recommendation from Biden's advisors and generals.

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Delhi Based Social Entrepreneur Rohit Khosla Turns Out To Be A Messiah For The Afghan Refugees

Rohit Khosla and his team built camps for refugees who flew from Afghanistan. As per the news, it is believed that there is no prospering future for women under the Taliban.

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Taliban's Commitment Not To Allow Use Of Afghan Soil For Terrorism Should Be Implemented: EAM Jaishankar

Addressing a G-20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on Afghanistan, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday also said that India’s engagement will be driven by its historical friendship with the Afghan people.

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India Will Stand By Afghans As It Did In Past: EAM Jaishankar

In a virtual address at the UN high-level meeting on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan, the minister said that India has consistently supported a central role of the global body in the future of the war-torn country.

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3 GOP Prospects For 2024 Criticise Biden At Political Event

The three Republicans, all weighing 2024 campaigns, spoke to more than 1,000 Nebraska party faithful. All praised the US troops who served in the 20-year war prompted by the September 11 terrorist attacks, but the trio did little to rekindle the political unity that defined the days and weeks that followed 9/11.

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We Remember Unity, Resolve Expressed 20 Years Ago By International Community For Future Without Terrorism: UN Chief On 9/11 Anniversary

The attacks, which were planned by al-Qaeda from Afghanistan, saw four US passenger jets seized by suicide attackers - two of which were flown into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York.

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Afghanistan Teetering On Brink Of 'Universal Poverty', Says UN Development Agency

The UN Development Programme outlined four scenarios for Afghanistan following the Taliban's August 15 assumption of power that predict the country's GDP will decline between 3.6% and 13.2% in the next fiscal year starting in June 2022, depending on the intensity of the crisis and how much the world engages with the Taliban.

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Interim Taliban Government Does Not Reflect What International Community Hoped To See: United States

The US also look towards their actions, and that was another constant refrain when US and its closest allies and partners met in Ramstein, Germany.

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No Afghan Protestors Outside UNHCR Office Now: Delhi HC Told

Advocate Shahrukh Ejaz, appearing for the association, submitted that "last time also there was Rohingya crisis and people started gathering. This has become a routine now for people to gather and protest.”

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