Durand Line News
WATCH: Pakistan Army, Afghan Taliban exchange gunfire at Torkham border crossing
Pakistan has demanded that the Afghan Taliban must stop offering sanctuary in Afghanistan to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) – or the Pakistani Taliban - and prevent cross-border attacks from across the Durand Line
Pakistan’s Taliban challenge: With over 100 attacks in two months, Islamabad faces grim security situation
A year and a half after the Taliban captured Kabul the euphoria has vanished, the mood is grim and Pakistan’s policy is in tatters
WATCH: Taliban mocks Pakistan Army with video of TTP snipers targeting soldiers with US weapons
The video shows TTP snipers attacking soldiers from the Pakistan Army and the country's various paramilitary forces at various locations across the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan provinces of Pakistan
From supporting Taliban to border clashes: How did Pakistan's 'strategic depth policy' in Afghanistan backfire?
Since August 2021, border skirmishes between Pakistan and Taliban-led Afghanistan have increased significantly. The latest border clash between the two countries earlier this month had Taliban fighters and Pakistani forces exchanging heavy artillery fire along the Spin-Boldak-Chaman border
Pakistan: Imran Khan blames 'imported govt' for Taliban attack in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
A day earlier, four police personnel were killed and as many others wounded in an overnight terrorist attack on the Bargai Police Station of Lakki Marwat area
Heavy destruction in Pakistan as Taliban fires rockets across Durand Line
Earlier this week, at least six people including security forces personnel were killed and 17 others sustained injuries on the Pakistan side of the Durand Line due to firing by the Afghan Taliban in Balochistan’s Chaman district
At least six killed in 'unprovoked' firing by Taliban border forces in Balochistan, says Pakistan Army
Sunday's standoff at the border comes barely 24 hours after authorities in Pakistan said that its counterterrorism forces had intercepted four Islamic State Khorasan Province (IS-K) terrorists close to the Afghan border and killed them
As you sow, so shall you reap: Pakistan now has to deal with self-created demon Taliban
With the TTP declaring an end to the truce with the government on Monday (November 28) and the resumption of nationwide militant attacks, Pakistan is now staring into an abyss of its own making
TTP declares end to truce, orders attacks across Pakistan
This decision by the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) comes even as Pakistan is facing regular attacks in its tribal areas and along the Durand Line - its border with Afghanistan - from the Afghan Taliban and insurgents linked to the Pakistan Taliban
Afganistan: Several injured as Taliban, Pakistan Army clash on Durand Line
The latest clash between the Taliban and the Pakistan Army on the Durand Line has taken place in the Dand-e-Patan area of Paktia province of Afghanistan
Afghanistan: Five children among those killed in Pakistan's rocket attacks
Since the Taliban seized power last year in Afghanistan, border tensions between the neighbours have risen, with Pakistan claiming militant groups were carrying out attacks from Afghan soil
Taliban to resolve Durand Line tensions with Pakistan via diplomacy
The development comes after the tensions increased between Taliban and Pakistan and a Pakistani chopper was recently shot at the Durand Line in Nimroz province
Why Pakistan is happy to pay a heavy price this time for strategic depth in Afghanistan
For the first time in over 75 years not only are there no Indian advisors in Afghanistan, there are now Pakistani advisors in their stead. This alone may be worth the price that Pakistan will continue to pay for its victory in Afghanistan
Right Word | Durand Line: How Afghanistan-Pakistan border is rooted in a tale of treachery and deception
Durand Line is a reminder of how Afghans were cheated by the British and an artificial border was created whose legitimacy is questionable.
Why India should come out of comfort zone and think afresh on Pakistan and Afghanistan
The year 2022 will make demands on Indian diplomacy in dealing with Pakistan and Afghanistan and it must rise to the occasion
India must play hardball against Pakistan's terror policy, dialogue lulls us into complacency: Ex-dy NSA Satish Chandra
A large swathe of India's security establishment believe in imposing a cost on Pakistan for exporting terror to India. They warn against holding any dialogue with Pakistan till such time as Pakistan-sponsored terrorism did not end.
Pakistan fences border with Afghanistan to prevent militants from crossing over
Thousands of Pashtun tribal people who for decades ignored the invisible line that bisects their dusty villages and demarcates the Afghanistan-Pakistan frontier are bracing for a Berlin Wall-style divide of their neighbourhoods.
Pakistan opens key border crossing with Afghanistan ahead of Ramadan 'on humanitarian grounds'
Pakistan announced it was reopening its border with Afghanistan, weeks after bloody clashes broke out between the two countries' militaries
Hamid Karzai says India is not using Afghanistan against Pakistan
Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai has refuted what he termed as the Pakistani perception about India's growing influence in Afghanistan.
Pakistan, Afghanistan to use Google Maps to settle border dispute, say officials
Pakistan and Afghanistan plan to use Google Maps to help settle a border dispute that led to deadly clashes last week, officials from both sides said Monday.