Taking note of Chinese aggression all over the world CDS said, as China continues to be more and more aggressive, the challenges are not only going to be in conventional theatres of war because an adversary like China will also look to disrupt our strategic networks like energy, banking, transport and communication grids. Continue reading India mulling to raise a new “rocket force” for missiles in wake of the two-front threat on borders : CDS Bipin Rawat
Afghanistan’s banks are facing a money shortage and possibly have to close to the public soon. Continue reading $12.4 million seized by Taliban from former top Afghan officials
“It is impossible to provide humanitarian assistance inside Afghanistan without engaging with the de facto authorities,” explained Guterres on the sidelines of a donor conference, adding to it that it was “very important to engage with the Taliban at the present moment”. Continue reading ‘Very important to engage with Taliban’ says UN Chief
In the latest turn of events, 300 women march in support of the Taliban, only days after the Taliban firing during the Anti-Taliban protest. Continue reading 300 Afghan women march in support of the Taliban
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and External Minister Dr Jaishankar have met Australian Counterparts for the first-ever 2+2 ministerial dialogue.
‘BRICS@15: Intra-BRICS Cooperation for Continuity, Consolidation, and Consensus’
is the theme of the Summit, which will be chaired by India. Continue reading 13th BRICS Summit to address Afghan crisis, multilateral system reform, and terrorism countermeasures
Sharia law is back under the Taliban regime as the only law, which administered Afghanistan from 1996-2001. The Taliban’s Education Minister has stated that Ph.D., Master’s degrees are not valuable, mullahs greatest without them. Continue reading What is next for Afghanistan?
On Monday, Taliban ruled Afghanistan saw reopening of colleges with strict laws for female students which included curtains segregating the male and female students in the classroom. Continue reading Afghan universities reopen with strict rules and curtains between male and female students
Afghan women filmmakers who fled from their country because of Taliban takeover are begging and pleading before the world to not forget Afghanistan and leave its people alone.
Inter-Services Intelligence chief arrived in Kabul on Saturday, leading a Pakistani delegation to meet the Taliban leaders and discuss future relationship between the two countries. Continue reading Pakistan’s ISI chief Lt Gen Faiz Hameed arrives in Kabul to meet the potential new government of Taliban in Afghanistan
The recent attacks in the Panjshir valley speaks volume about the Taliban’s peace offering. Continue reading Is Taliban in control of Panjshir?
In 2001, US-led forces removed the Taliban from power in Afghanistan, but they have returned following an offensive in recent weeks.
Continue reading Taliban: the undoing of Afghanistan
The recent blast at the Afghanistan airport that killed 170 people, including 13 US troops, was claimed by IS-K. Continue reading Who are the IS-K?
The suspected target was a member of the IS-K group, the same group carried out an attack outside Kabul airport on Thursday, resulting in the death of approximately 170 civilians and 13 US troops. Continue reading US drone strike annhiliates Isis-K planner In Afghanistan
On 26 August Afghanistan Cricketer Rashid Khan took on Twitter and urged people to stop killing Afghan. Continue reading “STOP KILLING AFGHAN PLEASE” : Rashid Khan