Not For Faint-Hearted, Taliban Embrace Buzkashi Sport In New Afghanistan

Buzkashi was banned as “immoral” when the Taliban first ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001. Kabul: The announcer roared over

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India To Send 8,000 Tonnes Of Wheat This Month To Afghanistan Via Pakistan

2,000 tonnes of wheat has already been sent in February New Delhi: India will send 8,000 tonnes of wheat in

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Taliban release interior minister Sirajuddin Haqqani’s photo for the first time

Afghanistan’s Taliban government has for the first time put out a picture of its interior minister, Sirajuddin Haqqani, who also

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Universities re-open in Afghanistan with gender segregation

The classes of male and female students occur at different shifts Kabul: Universities in the ‘cold areas’ of Afghanistan opened

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First shipment of Indian wheat reaches Afghanistan

The first shipment of 2,500 metric tonnes of wheat sent by India for Afghan people through the land border route

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Women Workers Must Cover Up ‘Even With A Blanket’, Say Taliban

Most women have been barred from their government jobs, since the Taliban took power in August. Kabul: Women working in

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India wheat aid to Kabul starts at Attari today

Four-and-a-half months after India proposed to Pakistan that it wants to send wheat for the people of Afghanistan, the first

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How The Taliban’s Return Has Changed Afghan Women’s Lives

A burqa-clad Afghan woman travels on a vehicle carrying vegetables and plastic containers in Kandahar Kabul: The Taliban’s takeover of

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How The Taliban’s Return Has Changed Afghan Women’s Lives

A burqa-clad Afghan woman travels on a vehicle carrying vegetables and plastic containers in Kandahar Kabul: The Taliban’s takeover of

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Several British Citizens Detained In Afghanistan, Claim UK Authorities

Since they seized power in August, the Taliban have cracked down on dissent. (File) London: A “number” of British nationals

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Two Journalists, Afghan Nationals Working With Them Detained In Kabul: UN

Two journalists on assignment with UN and Afghan nationals working with them detained in Kabul (File) Kabul: Two international journalists

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Unable to return, Afghan cadets in India offered additional course

IN WHAT is being seen as a gesture to protect “at-risk” Afghan nationals, the Indian government has decided to offer

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Afghan Situation Precarious Nearly 6 Months After Taliban Takeover: UN

The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan on August 15 (File) United Nations: The situation in Afghanistan remains precarious and uncertain

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Taliban Closer To International Recognition, Says Afghanistan Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi

“On the process of getting recognition… we have come closer to that goal,” Amir Khan Muttaqi said Kabul: The Taliban

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Taliban Told They Can’t Take Their Guns To Afghan Amusement Parks Anymore

Taliban men flocked to amusement parks in Afghan cities after they took over in August. Kabul: Taliban members will no

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Taliban Have Killed Scores Of Former Afghan Officials, Others: UN Report

U.N. report says Taliban and its allies are believed to have killed scores of former Afghan officials Washington: A U.N.

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