Afghanistan Crisis News
The clip, which was posted by journalist Abdulhaq Omeri today, 25 April, shows a convoy of Taliban vehicles going forward on an empty street
Desperate times call for desperate measures: How the economic crisis is forcing Afghans to sell their children
Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan last year has worsened the dire humanitarian situation in the country after 20 years of war and America's occupation
Women once made up at least a quarter of the government workforce. But the Taliban have allowed only a handful of female medical workers and educators to retain their government jobs.
Taliban ban long-distance road trips for solo women: Here's how group has clamped down on Afghani women's freedom
The guidance issued by the Ministry for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, which also called on vehicle owners to refuse rides to women not wearing headscarves, has drawn condemnation from rights activists.
Earlier, there had been reports that Pakistan had blocked India's efforts to provide wheat to the Afghan people, amid the chill in relations between New Delhi and Islamabad over the Kashmir issue
India is hosting the dialogue to firm up a common approach for confronting increasing threats of terrorism, radicalisation and drug trafficking following the Taliban's takeover of Kabul
India to host regional NSAs today: From agenda to anticipated outcomes, all you need to know about event
This is not any protocol-driven dialogue, it is a special dialogue with a practical outlook, the big point is will Kabul read the writing on the wall.
The 10 November meet under Ajit Doval will not just showcase India’s clout in the region, but also project Pakistan as an integral part of the Taliban problem
The US dollar is the widespread medium of exchange in Afghanistan's markets and the move is certain to cause further disruption in the country’s economy
In Rome, the Prime Minister will join other G20 Leaders during the 16th summit in discussions on global economic and health recovery from the pandemic, sustainable development, and climate change.
India wants to work with US to counter possible threats from terrorists groups working with Taliban: Pentagon
India is concerned about the intersection between the instability in Afghanistan and their counterterrorism concerns
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chinese President Xi Jinping urged the international community to swiftly send aid to Afghanistan, where people are facing food and medicine shortages
Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to participate in G-20 meet and Climate Summit from 29 October to 2 November
Modi will attend the 16th G-20 Summit in Rome at the invitation of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and the climate summit at the invitation of his British counterpart Boris Johnson
Top strategic expert decodes what Taliban takeover in Afghanistan means for India, other stakeholders
Professor Harsh V Pant says global jihadist networks are celebrating Taliban victory and they are very likely to attack countries like India
Moscow Format talks: International recognition of Taliban hinges on inclusiveness of government and human rights record
However, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov commended the Taliban for their efforts to stabilise the military-political situation in the country and ensure the operation of state structures
The Taliban had since 2018 barred UN-organised vaccination teams from door-to-door campaigns in parts of Afghanistan under their control over fears of spy infiltration
The 70-year-old Afghan-American envoy spent years as Washington's point man for talks with the Taliban that paved the way for the deal to see the US end its longest war and exit Afghanistan
The de facto Taliban education minister has told the UNICEF that a framework to allow all girls to go to secondary school will be announced soon
Tens of thousands of people were evacuated in the frantic days between the 15 August Taliban takeover and the official end of the evacuation on 30 August.
Narendra Modi at G20 Summit: ‘Afghanistan must not become source of radicalisation and terrorism’, says PM
Modi conveyed support for the important role of the UN in Afghanistan and called for a renewed backing of the G20 for the message contained in the UNSC resolution on Afghanistan