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World  /  Published 19.09.21

Kabul: Pentagon admits ‘mistake’

The Pentagon acknowledged on Friday that the last US drone strike before American troops withdrew from Afghanistan was a tragic mistake that killed 10 civilians, including seven children, after initia...
By Eric Schmitt, Helene Cooper in Washington

World  /  Published 18.09.21

Moral police crack down in Taliban-ruled Kabul

Workers in the Afghan capital Kabul replaced signs for the country’s women's ministry with those for the Taliban’s moral police on Friday, as female former employees of the department ...
By Reuters in Washington

Opinion  /  Published 17.09.21

Pakistan’s entanglement in Afghanistan

A month after the dramatic fall of the old order in Kabul, what is evident in Pakistan is a mix of sentiment ranging from quiet satisfaction to heady triumphalism. Three factors underwrite these views...
By T.C.A. Raghavan

World  /  Published 14.09.21

Hunger can kill 1m Afghan kids

The plight of the Afghan people came into stark relief on Monday when top UN officials warned that millions of people could run out of food before the arrival of winter and one million children could ...
By Marc Santora, Sami Sahak , Nick Cumming-Bruce in New York

World  /  Published 13.09.21

Satellite images reveal Afghans at Pak border

Images in an NDTV exclusive report show thousands stranded at Afghanistan's border with Pakistan last week, desperately trying to leave. While images of Afghan nationals trying to flee t...
By Our Bureau, Agencies in New Delhi

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Opinion  /  Published 13.09.21

Letters to the editor: Emma Raducanu wins US Open 2021

Young gun Sir — The British teenage sensation, Emma Raducanu, deserves to be congratulated for winning the US Open, 2021. She has created history by becoming the first British woman to clinch a...
By The Telegraph

World  /  Published 11.09.21

Kabul: The journey out

Nadima Sahar, a 36-year-old government official in Kabul, was resigned at first. She would stay, no matter how bad things got. She saw hope in the progress Afghanistan had made over the past two decad...
By Madeleine Ngo in Arlington (Virginia)

World  /  Published 10.09.21

Afghan journalists beaten up for covering protest

Both men’s faces were bruised and cut in the pictures, which were verified by Reuters. Asked about the incident, an acting Taliban minister said that any attack on journalists would be investig...
By New York Times News Service and Reuters in Kabul

World  /  Published 09.09.21

Afghan scribes beaten by Taliban security forces

According to the LA Times the Taliban also stopped its journalists from photographing the protesting women; the foreign correspondents, however, were only forced to leave the area. The LA Times also ...
By Our Bureau and Agencies in New Delhi

World  /  Published 09.09.21

Taliban govt agrees to let foreigners leave country

Two hundred Americans and other foreigners who remain in Afghanistan are set to depart the war-ravaged country on charter flights from Kabul on Thursday after the new Taliban government agreed to thei...
By Reuters in Kabul


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