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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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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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3,000kg Of Narcotics Worth Rs 21,000 Crore Seized At Gujarat Port

The cargo, which originated in Afghanistan, which is currently under Taliban administration, was delivered to Gujarat on September 13-14 via Iran's Bandar Abbas Port and was concealed within containers of semi-processed Afghan talc purchased by an Andhra Pradesh-based business.

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Taliban Write To UN Chief Nominating Spokesman Shaheen As Afghan Envoy, Ask For Participation At UNGA

The Taliban swept across the country last month, seizing control of almost all key towns and cities in the backdrop of withdrawal of the US forces that began on May 1. On August 15, the capital city of Kabul fell to the insurgents.

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Taliban Spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid Says He Lived In Kabul Right Under Nose Of His Adversaries

The Taliban government’s acting interior minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, Water and Energy Minister Mullah Abdul Latif Mansoor and Telecommunication minister Najibullah Haqqani – all on the UN blacklist - and Education Minister Maulana Abdul Baqi Haqqani studied at the Haqqania seminary, which has regularly received grants from successive governments in Pakistan.

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UK Spy Chief Warns Taliban Takeover Could Fuel Terror Plots

“Terrorist threats tend not to change overnight in the sense of directed plotting or training camps or infrastructure — the sorts of things that al Qaida enjoyed in Afghanistan at the time of 9/11,”

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Taliban Have Been ''Businesslike & Professional'' In Facilitating Departure Of Americans: White House

“As President Biden has said, if you are an American citizen who wants to leave Afghanistan, there is no deadline. We remain committed to get them out if they want to come out,”

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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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PM Modi thanks BRICS nations in the opening address

PM Modi is chairing the BRICS Summit for the second time. He previously chaired the Goa Summit in 2016.

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China Endorses Taliban's Interim Govt; Announces $31 Million Aid For Afghanistan

The meeting convened by Pakistan was also attended by foreign ministers from Iran, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, all of them the neighbouring countries of Afghanistan.

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Taliban Takeover Alters Trade; Spices, Dry Fruit Price Increase

The trade between India and Afghanistan has come to a halt. Ahead of the festival season in India, many varieties of dry fruits and spices are in short supply due to disruption in Indo-Afghan trade, and prices have skyrocketed.

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Afghanistan's New Government And Pakistan Connection

Mullan Hasan Akhund to be the acting PM of the new government announced three days after ISI Chief Faiz Hameed reached Kabul

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Javed Akhtar Faces Music For Taliban-RSS Remarks; Security Upped Outside His Home

A Maharashtra BJP MLA over the weekend hit out at Akhtar and said no film involving him will be allowed to be screened till he apologises for his remarks.

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Afghanistan: The Warlords Who Will Decide Whether Civil War Is Likely

The Taliban will be on uncertain ground as they declare legitimacy, but no pretender to Afghanistan’s troubled throne is likely to offer a national alternative.

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