Kandahar: Gerard Butler and Ali Fazal starrer to release on THIS date
Kandahar will be Ali Fazal’s first international release in 2023 after Death on the Nile was released last year.
Afghanistan: Taliban 'desperate' for resumption of flights to India
The Afghan Taliban’s hopes of resumption of flights between India and Afghanistan gained a fresh lease of life after flights resumed between Kandahar and Dubai
WATCH: Taliban serve Sharia law on chopping board, publicly cut off hands of 4 men for theft
Taliban have also publicly flogged nine convicted of robbery and 'sodomy' in Kandahar's Ahmad Shahi Stadium
Pakistan summons Afghan diplomat, condemns attack on envoy in Kabul
Ubaid-ur-Rehman Nizamani survived an attack on Pakistan's embassy in Kabul on Friday, drawing immediate condemnation and a demand for a probe from Islamabad. Nizamani was targeted by unidentified gunmen while taking a walk in the embassy compound. His guard was critically injured in the attack
Afghanistan: Pakistan issues clarification after 'hackers' attack Kandahar consulate
Some of those 'unsolicited tweets' had announced that the Pakistan consulate in Kandhar will be closed for two days in protest against alleged support to the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan - also known as the Pakistan Taliban - by the Taliban government of Afghanistan
Ali Fazal begins his prep with wrestling for an action sequence in Mirzapur 3
Ali Fazal has taken to the method of learning the basics of wrestling to apply in Mirzapur 3.
Taliban put up posters in Kandahar: 'Women without hijab trying to look like animals'
Despite promises made by the Taliban to reinstate a softer version of their previous harsh system of governance, women of Afghanistan have been living under stringent restrictions since the return of the group in August
In hijab row, liberals show Stockholm syndrome by siding with Islamists
Forget the women, even Muslim men get threatened and boycotted for criticising anything about Islam
Amid death rumours, Taliban supreme leader Haibatullah Akhundzada makes first public appearance
The supreme leader of the Taliban mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada has made his first-ever public appearance, officials announces, addressing a meeting of supporters in southern city Kandahar
Afghanistan: Making sense of unabated violence through the prism of ethnicity and religion
Ethnic and religious divides have created fault lines that have influenced Afghanistan’s politics since 1978
Islamic State takes responsibility of mosque bombing in south Afghanistan
At least 47 people were killed and several injured in a suicide bombing at a Shia mosque in Kandahar on Friday.
Afghan pomegranate pickers jobless as fruits rot at shuttered border
Islamabad has cut sales tax on imported fruits to zero in a bid to boost trade from its neighbour, but also tightened controls on ordinary Afghans trying to cross over, fearing illegal entries.
Meet the Afghan warlords who dictate whether war-torn nation descends into a 'civil war'
Now that the Taliban is trying to establish a government and to rule local institutions, it is possible that local groups may resist being co-opted
Taliban to finalise new Afghan govt soon, 80% Doha team likely to be in council
The executives of this Council will lead the government and Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar is likely to head the political office, the Taliban sources said, adding that 80 per cent of this government will be from the Doha Taliban team.
Tensions in Taliban: Anticlimactic birth of Second Emirate could point to troubles ahead
The absence of Haibatullah Akhundzada, many experts believe, points to a fierce power struggle that has broken out since the Taliban seized Kabul on 15 August
Mullah Baradar in Kabul for talks on 'inclusive rule', Ghani's brother 'supports Taliban'
While questions about what kind of government the Taliban would form continue to loom, efforts seem to have already begun to give the terror organisation a semblance of legitimacy
Despite assurances of dignity from Taliban, Afghan women have everything to lose
The absence of women in those crazy scenes at the airport this week, for me, portended a continuation of their long story of silent bravery and resilience
When Taliban talk women’s rights, it is hyenas singing lullabies to the fawn
Gullible liberal apologists and overground Islamists may wish to paint a different picture, but there is no room for ambiguity in Taliban’s code
FULL TEXT: 'Our mission in Afghanistan was never supposed to have been nation building'
What is happening now could just as easily have happened 5 years ago or 15 years in the future, says US president Joe Biden
Taliban say will completely take over Afghanistan in 7 days, set eyes on Kabul as key cities fall
The Taliban's statement came close on the heels of the group's fighters making rapid gains in conflict zones