Organisations like the UN development programme, WHO and UNICEF are directly paying hospitals and doctors around the country to keep the health sector from collapsing.
At least 19 people were killed and 50 others wounded in an attack on a military hospital in Kabul on Tuesday, the latest assault to rock Afghanistan since the Taliban seized power. Continue reading Kabul hospital attack: 19 Dead, Dozens Injured
“As a neighbour and as a well-wisher and friend, I conveyed to them what sort of steps they could take to enhance their international acceptability”, said Qureshi. Pakistan’s intelligence chief also accompanied the foreign minister in this short visit to Kabul.
In a statement given to Persian Independent, an Afghan women’s volleyball national junior team coach confirmed that the Talibanis allegedly killed a volleyball player. According to the coach, the young star player of the national volleyball team, Mahjabeen Hakimi was beheaded by the Taliban in Kabul. Continue reading Women Volleyball player beheaded by Taliban
India is still observing the situation and setting backchannel communications hint that the negotiations may start soon. But if it does, India should remain highly cautious with every step and take an active part in keeping out what’s in its mind and how it will proceed.
The United States-European Union delegation met the new Taliban regime of Afghanistan on Oct 12th in Qatar. Continue reading First US-Taliban meet since setting up of Taliban regime
During the first day of her visit, PM Frederiksen met India’s PM Narendra Modi for bilateral talks. The two countries signed upon four agreements. Continue reading Denmark PM visits India for bilateral talks, signs 4 agreement
With a ban on female workers, many industries and institutions are in urgent need of skilled workers and the current education system in Afghanistan shows no capability to produce what the country desperately needs. Continue reading Taliban regime: A shadow on the future of education in Afghanistan
The US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, now Taliban Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Qatari national security advisor Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Mesned, UK Chief of Defence Staff Nick Carter, and Pakistani Army Chief Qamar Jawed Bajwa were involved in the Doha Peace Process.
The lives of Afghan women have gone from bad to worse – the Taliban said that they would follow the Sharia law and allow women to study, work, and live with dignity. They quoted that they are committed to women’s rights. Continue reading The world has left Afghanistan to begin a new day, but the Taliban has broken all its promises
India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation confirmed about receiving a letter from the newly formed Taliban government in Afghanistan wherein the latter was seeking resumption of flights. Continue reading Taliban government reaches out to Indian government; seeking resumption of flights
Earlier this morning, PM Modi left for the US on a 3-day trip that will include some major events and meetings. Continue reading PM Modi leaves for US, first foreign trip during the pandemic
Since India and a few other member countries were against the proposal, the meeting had to be called off due to a lack of concurrence. Continue reading Pakistan wanted the Taliban to attend the SAARC meeting to represent Afghanistan
According to the producer of Garud, the film is all about the story of an army officer from the Garud commando force a special unit in the Indian airforce.
The SCO, is an eight-member economic and security bloc and has emerged as one of the largest transregional international organizations, it is also seen as a counterweight to Nato. Continue reading SCO summit in Dushanbe: Afghan issue takes the center stage