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Middle school student in Afghanistan makes model vehicles from waste
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Taliban's latest order bans men and women from sitting together at restaurants | OneIndia News
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NGO Warns That Almost 10 Million Children Are Starving in Afghanistan
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Afghan women protest decree to cover faces
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Danish Siddiqui wins second Pulitzer Prize posthumously for Covid coverage in India | Oneindia News
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Taliban stops issuing driving licences to women in Afghanistan | OneIndia News
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Afghanistan's Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr holiday
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Prince Charles hails BBC's 'impartiality' on visit
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On This Day 1998: Inside The Heroin Trade
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Taliban warns Pakistan over alleged airstrikes, says ‘won't tolerate invasions’ | Oneindia News
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Assange supporters gather in front of court ordering his extradition to US
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Several killed and injured in a series of explosions outside Kabul school
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Three explosions rock a High school in western Kabul killing 6 people | OneIndia News
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Taliban announce ban on harvesting poppies
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Taliban bans opium as Afghanistan's poppy harvest begins
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US launches satellite TV channel for Afghanistan after VOA broadcast ban by Taliban | OneIndia News
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UN to Taliban on opening high school for girls: 'Respect right to education' | OneIndia News
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All female TV presenters in Afghanistan given 'non-negotiable' order to cover faces on airAll female television presenters in Afghanistan have been ordered by the Taliban to cover their faces while on air - as at least one host hit out at the move, saying it was "erasing" women.
India hosts SCO-RATS meet; focus on situation in Afghanistan
India to host key SCO anti-terror meet todayIndia is set to host a Regional Anti-Terror Structure (RATS) talks under the auspices of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in New Delhi on Monday. All members of the SCO will be attending the..
Taliban order all Afghan women to wear the burka in publicThe Taliban have ordered all Afghan women to wear the all-covering burka in public.
MP's Noorjahan mango to weigh more than 4 kg per fruit, price to be more than Rs 1,000 apieceA special variety of mango, Noorjahan originated in Afghanistan and only few trees are found in tribal-dominated Alirajpur district's Katthiwada area.
Huge blast at Kabul mosque kills at least 10 on last Friday of RamadanA huge blast has hit a mosque in the Afghanistan capital of Kabul - killing at least 10 and wounding dozens more, officials have said.
Narcotics Control Bureau seizes 50 kg heroin from Delhi's Shaheen BaghAs per DDG Operations of NCB, Sanjay Singh, seized heroin originated from Afghanistan and drug money is suspected to be channelled through hawala.
Ukraine crisis could be 'wake-up' call for Europe to also look at developments in Asia: JaishankarExternal affairs minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday countered criticism of India's position on Ukraine, saying the Western powers have been oblivious to the pressing challenges facing Asia including last..
India's position is clear on Russia-Ukraine crisis: JaishankarWhen asked about what "three things that keep him up at night", Jaishankar replied: "The shocks that the international order is experiencing, particularly in the past two years -- the Covid-19..
Two held in Sunjwan encounter case; slain terrorists Pashtuns either from Pakistan or Afghanistan: PoliceTwo Kashmir residents were nabbed in connection with the Sunjwan encounter in which two suicide attackers of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) were killed. As per one of the arrested persons, the..
Pupils among six killed and 11 injured in blasts near Kabul schools, police sayAt least six people have been killed, including pupils, and 11 others injured in explosions targeting educational institutions in Kabul, Afghan police have said.
Pakistan grants two months extension to India for transportation of wheat, medicines to Afghanistan
Taliban outlaws growing of lucrative opium poppy as it seeks easing of sanctionsPoppy growing has been banned by the Taliban in Afghanistan, the world's biggest opium producer.
UK pledges extra £286 million emergency aid to Afghanistan as humanitarian crisis growsThe UK has pledged to send an extra £286 million of emergency aid to the people of Afghanistan as the humanitarian crisis in the country grows.
Taliban leave girls in tears after shutting their schools againThe Taliban have sent girls home in tears from secondary schools in Afghanistan just days after announcing that they would be allowed back to the classroom.
Parents of photographer Danish Siddiqui, who was killed in Afghanistan, start legal action against TalibanDanish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer Prize winner, was embedded with Afghan special forces when he was killed on July 16.
Top Foreign Office civil servant responds to whistleblower's accusation that he misled MPs over Afghanistan evacuationThe Foreign Office's top civil servant has said a second whistleblower's claim that Boris Johnson was directly involved in the decision to evacuate Nowzad charity staff was based on an "assumption" by..
Senior Foreign Office whistleblower accuses top civil servant of misleading MPs over Afghanistan evacuationA senior Foreign Office whistleblower has accused the department's top civil servant of misleading MPs over the Afghanistan evacuation.
Reopen embassy, will give security: Taliban tell IndiaWith international recognition on mind, and following efforts by the government to strike the right chord with post-US withdrawal Afghanistan. The Taliban's UN ambassador-designate Suhail Shaheen told..
New humanitarian visa route for Ukrainian refugees aims to learn the lessons of the Afghan evacuationThe government-backed refugee scheme being unveiled today will build on lessons learned from the Afghanistan evacuation last summer, according to government sources.
Family forced to flee war in Ukraine just months after escaping violence in AfghanistanA family has escaped the war in Ukraine - just eight months after fleeing violence in Afghanistan.
India hits out at Pakistan at UNHRC: One who ‘trained terror groups to fight in Afghanistan’ is commenting on human rights in India
India sends third consignment of wheat to Afghanistan via Pak
MPs criticise UK response to Afghanistan crisis - as fears expressed same could happen in UkraineThe government acted neither "swiftly nor with clarity of purpose" in response to Afghanistan's humanitarian crisis, MPs have said - as fears were expressed that similar failures could be made in..
India delivers fifth consignment of humanitarian assistance to AfghanistanIndia is also likely to start the supply of 50,000 tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan by road transport through Pakistan from next week.
India is your home, PM Modi tells Afghan Sikh-Hindu delegationAn Afghan Sikh-Hindu delegation on Saturday hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for enacting the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). In a meeting with PM Modi at his residence, the delegation praised the..
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Afghan Hindu-Sikh delegation meets PM ModiA delegation of Sikhs and Hindus from Afghanistan met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence on Saturday. A large number of Afghan Hindus and Sikhs have been living in India, and the Indian..
PM Modi to meet Afghan Sikh, Hindus community members soonIndian Embassy in Rome and the United Nations World Food Program formally signed an MoU on 12 February for the distribution of wheat to Afghanistan.
How one mistake by Pulwama conspirator Umar Farooq Alvi led to his eliminationNIA chargesheet said that Jaish commander Umar Farooq, the mastermind of the Pulwama attack, was trained at one of the terror camps in Afghanistan.
India signs pact with WFP to send wheat to Afghanistan via Pak
Two journalists held in Afghanistan by Taliban releasedTwo journalists, including one who used to work for the BBC, have been released after they were detained by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Two journalists and number of Afghan nationals arrested in Kabul, UN saysTwo journalists have been detained in Kabul, the United Nations has said.
'My heart and body shake': Afghan women defy Taliban
Taliban blames Western sanctions for scenes of crisis and starvation in Sky News reportsWestern economic sanctions are to blame for the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, a spokesman for the Taliban has told Sky News.
Plight of young Afghans 'absolutely heartbreaking', says children's commissioner, urging world to actThe world needs to act now to tackle Afghanistan's growing humanitarian crisis and help the children being locked up in prisons and sold by their desperate families to buy food because they are so..
Inside Afghanistan prison where children as young as 12 are heldThe cells of Herat's main prison are crammed full. In each of the cells we go into, there are about 40 men laying jammed up against each other on the floor with some on bunk beds around the edges.
BREAKING: Tremors felt in Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir because of earthquake at Afghanistan-Tajikistan borderStrong tremors were felt in Delhi NCR and Jammu and Kashmir after an earthquake was reported in the west of Islamabad in Pakistan.
Suicide bomber who targeted Kabul airport during Afghanistan evacuation acted alone, investigation findsA suicide bomber who targeted Kabul airport during an evacuation mission in Afghanistan acted alone, a US investigation has found.