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Taliban arrests five journalists days after rising to power: Report

Taliban arrests five journalists days after rising to power: Report

Kabul: As many as five journalists working with a daily newspaper in Kabul, have been arrested by the Taliban amid fears of media repression ever since the Islamic militant group took over the war-torn country in mid-August after the fall of the Western-backed elected government, led by Ashraf Ghani. The information

PM meets Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Ajit Doval to discuss situation in Afghanistan

PM meets Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Ajit Doval to discuss situation in Afghanistan

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a top level meet with Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Foreign minister S Jaishankarat at his residence this evening to discuss the rapidly changing situation in Afghanistan. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman were also present at

Amid curtains, strict rules Afghan varsities reopen for female students

Amid curtains, strict rules Afghan varsities reopen for female students

New Delhi: As the hardline Islamist group has promised a different image this time with more moderate government, including assurances of human rights – particularly those concerning women and children, Taliban seems to have stick to its words as universities resumed functioning in war-torn Afghanistan on Monday allowing female students

Javed Akhtar warned over his RSS, Taliban comment, BJP demands apologises

Javed Akhtar warned over his RSS, Taliban comment, BJP demands apologises

Mumbai: Protest against Javed Akhtar called by BJP MLA Ram Kadam on Saturday after the lyricist-screenwriter drew a parallel between the Taliban and right-wing organisations in India. Retaliating to Akhtar’s remarks, the BJP MLA, in video on Twitter said that no film of Javed Akhtar will be screened in India