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Amit Shah was born in 1964| Chandrayaan 1 was launched in 2008| October 22nd | Oneindia News
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CNN Heroes 15th Anniversary: Razia Jan
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Two months after the final plane left Kabul, families are still stuck in Afghanistan
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Russia hosts Taliban officials for high-profile Afghanistan talks
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Russia: Taliban say India offered Afghanistan humanitarian aid in 2nd official meet | Oneindia News
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Alexei Navalny wins Sakharov Prize, the EU's highest award for human rights work
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Afghanistan: A beauty salon becomes a refuge for women in Kabul.
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'I can't stop thinking about my sisters': Afghan evacuees in Italy fear for relatives back home
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Afghan Pop Star Ghezaal Enayat Hopes to Echo Women's Fight for Rights in Afghanistan | Oneindia News
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EU foreign policy chief: We must support Afghan people, not the Afghan government
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Afghanistan: Over 35 killed in suicide attack on Shi'ite mosque in Kandahar
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India to attend talks with Taliban for second time, now in Moscow | Oneindia News
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Sakharov Prize: Alexei Navalny & Jeanine Anez on EU shortlist for human rights award
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International community should end dialogue with Taliban, says youngest Afghan mayor
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Aid worker: Afghan people pushed to brink of survival
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Afghanistan: EU humanitarian aid package 'not enough', says International Crisis Group
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Afghanistan crisis: Kandahar hospital ground report | Watch | Oneindia News
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EU announces €1 billion in humanitarian aid for Afghanistan
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Dissident Club - Welcomes Activists in Exile | Afghanistan Evacuees Arrive in Paris | Oneindia News
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India to host in-person NSA meet on Afghanistan, Pakistan's Moeed Yusuf invitedPakistan received the invite last week, Pakistani sources confirmed. Pakistan's National security advisor Moeed Yusuf has been invited to the meet.
US commits to offer 'condolence payments' to relatives of 10 Afghan civilians wrongly killed in drone strikeThe US has promised condolence payments to the relatives of 10 civilians killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan.
India plans own conference on Afghanistan in November, may invite Pak tooIndia is likely to host its own conference on the developing situation in the country next month. The government is in touch with Russia, China, US and several regional countries for the conference..
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At G20, PM Narendra Modi cautions on terror from AfghanistanThe PM also called for the immediate and unhindered access to humanitarian assistance for Afghanistan as the country battles food and health crises. Modi participated virtually in the summit that was..
Afghan territory must not become source of radicalization, terrorism: PM Modi at G20 summitThe PM stressed the need to enhance the joint fight against the nexus of radicalization, terrorism, and the smuggling of drugs and arms in the region.
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India condemns terror attack on mosque in Afghanistan's KunduzOn Friday, the deadly blast ripped through Sayed Abad Mosque in northern Afghanistan's Kunduz.
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UCI: Cycling's governing body helps evacuate 165 people from AfghanistanThe UCI says it assisted in the evacuation of 165 people from Afghanistan, including a number of female cyclists.
India closely following developments in Afghanistan: JaishankarIndia said on Monday that it was closely following the developments in Afghanistan and underscored the importance of the Taliban regime meeting the expectations of the international community as..
PM Modi to participate in G20 Extraordinary Leaders’ Summit on Afghanistan
India's concern over sectarian, minority religion attacks reflected in UNSC statement condemning Afghan mosque strikeThe United Nations Security Council strongly condemned the “atrocious” ISIS terror attack on a mosque in Afghanistan and other recent attacks against religious institutions in the war-torn country,..
'Our lives have been saved': UK approves visas for young female footballers from AfghanistanThe UK government has approved visas for a group of young female footballers from Afghanistan.
Over 100 Afghan nationals on their way home from India via Tehran
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At least 46 killed in suicide bombing at Afghan mosqueAt least 46 people have been killed and more than 140 wounded after a suicide bomber attacked a mosque in Afghanistan's northeastern Kunduz province, a state-run news agency has reported.
US deputy secy: On same page with India on Afghanistan, mindful of its concernsSignalling a strong convergence on China and a preparedness to keep Indian concerns over Afghanistan in mind, US deputy secretary Wendy Sherman said Taliban needs to provide an inclusive government..
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Taliban thought former British soldier was 'like James Bond' and held him in 'Guantanamo Bay'-style jailA former British soldier, who was arrested in Afghanistan last month, told Sky News that the Taliban thought he was a British spy and held him in a jail which resembled Guantanamo Bay.
Afghan government's fall 'inevitable' after Trump's deal with Taliban, ex-Saudi intelligence boss says"It was inevitable the Afghan government would fall" once Donald Trump signed a deal with the Taliban, the former head of Saudi intelligence has told Sky News, in a wide-ranging interview that was..
Unidentified armed men ransack gurdwara in KabulIn first such incident of trespass into a Sikh shrine in Kabul, Afghanistan, since the Taliban takeover in August, a group of unidentified armed militants barged into Gurdwara Dashmesh Pita, Karte..
Kabul gurdwara ransacked in broad daylight, guards tetheredA group of 15-17 unidentified people barged into Gurdwara Karte Parwan in the Afghan capital Kabul in broad daylight on Tuesday, ransacked the holy structure, tethered guards and left after breaking..
Former British soldier arrested by Taliban as it seized control is flown out of AfghanistanA former British soldier who was arrested by the Taliban has been flown out of Afghanistan with a visiting UK delegation, Sky News understands.
Classified parts of US-Taliban Doha deal have India worriedIndia is coming to terms with the fact that notwithstanding Pakistan’s role in supporting the Taliban and ensuring a strategic failure of the US in Afghanistan, Washington could be re-engaging with..
Thousands of Afghan refugees stuck in UK hotels with no date for move to permanent homesThousands of Afghan refugees - including former interpreters who worked for British troops and children without their parents - are stuck in hotels and hostels in the UK with no date for when they will..
Bomb blast at Kabul mosque leaves a 'number of civilians dead'A bomb has exploded in the entrance of a mosque in the Afghan capital Kabul, leaving a "number of civilians dead", according to the Taliban.
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