Permanent Representative of India to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj on September 15 hailed India’s disaster relief operations. She said, "In the international arena, India has consistently been a reliable first responder in Humanitarian and disaster relief situations whether it was Operation Kaveri in Sudan, operation Dost in Turkiye, Operation Ganga in Ukraine, Operation Shakti in Afghanistan, or even Operation Rahat in Yemen, we worked seamlessly with multiple stakeholders on the ground to ensure early relief and recovery.
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Ukraine missile attack causes fire at Crimean shipyard, damaging 2 ships; China becomes first country to send envoy to Afghanistan after Taliban takeover; Libya floods: UN agency says at least 30,000 left homeless in Derna; Mexican drug lord El Chapo’s wife to be released from prison, say US authorities
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A major controversy has emerged regarding Indian football men's team's coach Igor Stimac, who reportedly consulted an astrologer to pick the team for the crucial Asian Cup qualifier against Afghanistan in Kolkata on June 11th, 2022.
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After the Taliban captured Kabul in August 2021, commercial air travel suffered a significant blow due to the inability of ground controllers to oversee the airspace. Worries regarding flight safety prompted global authorities to reroute commercial planes away from Afghan skies. As a reaction to these difficulties, airlines have adjusted their flight routes to bypass Afghanistan, causing longer travel durations and higher fuel usage.
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Two years on from the fall of Kabul to the Taliban, the government is facing calls to do more to help Afghan children living in Britain without their parents.
Refugee Council says it does not know just how many families had been separated during the mass evacuations in Afghanistan but the lack of action from the government is "hugely damaging" to the individuals. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
It's been two years now since Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan. On Tuesday, the Taliban celebrated their take-over of Kabul and what they called the establishment of security throughout the country under an Islamic system. Tuesday was a national holiday in the country, with tight security and strict checking of vehicles and people on the streets. So what has changed for the people of Afghanistan?