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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

Google shuts down Afghan govt accounts as Taliban asks for emails: Sources

Google shuts down Afghan govt accounts as Taliban asks for emails: Sources

Kabul: Google has temporarily locked down an unspecified number of Afghan government email accounts, according to a person familiar with the matter, as fears grow over the digital paper trail left by former officials and their international partners. In the weeks since the Taliban`s swift takeover of Afghanistan from a

Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar to head new Afghanistan govt: Report

Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar to head new Afghanistan govt: Report

Kabul: Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar will reportedly be the head of the new Afghan government -that is yet to be announced shortly – sources in the Islamist group said on Friday, as its fighters battled resistant forces loyal to the vanquished republic in the Panjshir Valley north of Kabul.

Amid Panjshir resistance Taliban likely to announce government today

Amid Panjshir resistance Taliban likely to announce government today

Kabul: While the Taliban is facing strong resistance in Afghanistan’s Panjshir Valley from the resistance fighters loyal to local leader Ahmad Massoud, the new extremist leaders are likely to announce a new administration after Friday afternoon prayers on the lines of the Iranian leadership with the group’s top spiritual leader Haibatullah

Terrorist outfit Al-Qaida cheers Afghanistan ‘victory’, says Kashmir NEXT

Terrorist outfit Al-Qaida cheers Afghanistan ‘victory’, says Kashmir NEXT

New Delhi: Ever since the Taliban took over the Kabul, the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir in India are keenly following development in Afghanistan as there are apprehensions that this could escalate terror-related violence in the Union Territory. Celebrating the “victory” of the Taliban over America, the global terror outfit al-Qaida