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Aircraft crash in Afghan hills: India confirms non-Indian origin of passenger plane

Kabul: A passenger plane crashed in north Afghanistan's Badakhshan province, local television channel Tolonews reported Sunday, citing Zabihullah Amiri, an official of the provincial department of information and culture.

Rajouri gunfight terrorists seem to have been trained in Afghanistan, other countries, claims Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi

Northern Command Army Commander Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi said on Friday that terrorists killed in the Rajouri encounter seem to have been trained in Afghanistan and other countries.

Afghanistan government permanently closes New Delhi Embassy

The Afghanistan government on Friday said it is permanently closing its embassy in New Delhi due to 'persistent challenges from the Indian government'.

Is Pakistan committing a genocidal act on Afghan refugees?

From a safe haven, Pakistan has become a repugnant and cruel state for millions of Afghans overnight.

Afghanistan suspends embassy ops in India, lists Delhi's lack of support as one of reasons behind decision

New Delhi/IBNS: The Afghanistan embassy in India has announced that it will suspend its operations from Sunday, citing a "lack of support" from the Indian government and the latter's inability to meet expectations in serving Afghanistan's interests.

Afghanistan’s natural resources, not the betterment of its people, is driving China’s incessant push towards Kabul

Although Beijing has not officially recognized the Taliban regime that holds power in Kabul, it has taken the unusual position of nevertheless maintaining an Ambassador and an Embassy in Afghanistan.

Media under the Sword

Research Fellow, Institute for Conflict Management

India decides to send 20,000 metric tons of wheat to Afghanistan: Reports 

The Indian government has decided to send  20,000 metric tons of wheat to Afghanistan as the country continues to face a humanitarian crisis, media reports said.

Regression, Repression, Incoherence

On April 1, 2023, Taliban Director for Information and Culture in Badakhshan Province, Moezuddin Ahmadi, confirmed that the country’s only women-run radio station, Sadai Banowan (Women’s Voice), had been shut down as the station violated the "laws and regulations of the Islamic Emirate [of Afghanistan]" several times, by broadcasting songs and music during the Islamic month of Ramadan.

Strong tremors felt in north India after 6.5 magnitude quake strikes Afghanistan

New Delhi/IBNS: Strong tremors, lasting for nearly two minutes, were felt in several north Indian states when a 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Hindu Kush region in Afghanistan on Tuesday evening. 

India to send 20,000 MTs of wheat to Afghanistan

New Delhi: India and five other nations on Tuesday met and discussed the current political and humanitarian situation in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan.

Ajit Doval meets Vladimir Putin during Russian trip, discusses bilateral and regional issues

Moscow: NSA Ajit Doval visited Moscow from Feb 7 to9, officials said on Friday.

Russian President meets NSA Ajit Doval and other security chiefs at Regional Dialogue on Afghanistan

New Delhi: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval met Russian President Vladimir Putin and the security chiefs of other countries during the Fifth Regional Dialogue on Afghanistan held in Moscow on Wednesday.

Kejriwal questions Rs 200 cr fund to Taliban-ruled Afghanistan

New Delhi: Aam Admi Party (AAP) chief and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday criticized the Centre for allocating Rs 200 crore as aid money to the Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, alleging that it was done by slashing the Budgetary allocation for India’s education, health sectors, and national capital Delhi.

Last two ‘Saroops’ of the Guru Granth Sahib arrives in India from Taliban-ruled Afghanistan

New Delhi: The last two ‘Saroops’ of the Guru Granth Sahib arrived in India from Afghanistan recently, a country currently ruled by the Taliban.