Thursday, Dec 02, 2021


Jaishankar In Doha: India, Qatar Exchange Views On The Situation In Afghanistan

Aug 20, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

Qatar's capital Doha has been the venue for the intra-Afghan peace talks and the Gulf country has emerged as a crucial player in facilitating the Afghan peace process.

Pakistan Ready To Warm Hands As Afghanistan Burns

Aug 14, 2021 Major Manik M Jolly (Retd)

This week, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, spoke unequivocally to the world as spokesperson of Taliban.

Taliban Sweep Across Afghanistan's South; Take 4 More Cities

The insurgents have taken half of the country's 34 provincial capitals in recent days, including its second- and third-largest cities, Herat and Kandahar.

Taliban Take Afghanistan's Second-Largest City Kandahar

Aug 13, 2021 Deutsche Welle

With the southern city of Kandahar, the Taliban control one third of Afghanistan's provincial capitals. The US is sending 3,000 troops to help evacuate its Kabul embassy.

Afghanistan: Taliban Capture Tenth Provincial Capital In Less Than A Week

Ghazni city, the capital of Ghazni Province, is situated 130 kilometers from Afghanistan’s capital Kabul.

11 August, 2021

Afghanistan In Disarray As Taliban March Towards Mazar-e-Sharif

Outlook Web Bureau

A meeting of the extended troika- US, Russia, China, and Pakistan is scheduled for today.

10 August, 2021

India To Temporarily Close Mazar-e-Sharif Consulate In Afghanistan, Evacuate Citizens

Outlook Web Bureau

The Indian-based staff of the consulate and a number of Indians residing in Mazar-e-Sharif are being evacuated due to the deteriorating security scenario in the city as well as areas around it

06 August, 2021

Afghanistan: Taliban Back To Its Old Game Of Targeted Assassinations

Seema Guha

Taliban senses imminent victory in Afghanistan and is ready to take revenge on its opponents.

06 August, 2021

Under India's Presidency, UNSC To Discuss Situation In Afghanistan

Outlook Web Bureau

Atmar said the UN and the international community must play a greater role to stop the unfolding tragedy in Afghanistan due to Taliban violence and atrocities.

05 August, 2021

India Summons Pakistan’s Charge D’affaires Over Attack On Hindu Temple In Punjab

Seema Guha

India expressed its concern over the treatment of Hindu and Sikh minorities and their places of worship and asked Pakistan to ensure the safety and security of its minority communities.

26 July, 2021

Fierce Fighting Continues In Afghanistan As The Ghani Govt Tries To Get Its Act Together

Seema Guha

The picture continues to be hazy with the Taliban gaining ground in some areas while the Afghan armed forces are reported to have taken back territory in others.


22 July, 2021

Return Of The Taliban: India's Limited Options In Afghanistan

Seema Guha

India has from the beginning backed the democratically elected government, whether of Hamid Karzai in the past or Ashraf Ghani now.

19 July, 2021

Afghan Rivals End Talks In Doha With No Breakthrough, To Meet Again

Seema Guha

‘The Afghan government and Taliban agreed to continue negotiations at a high level until a settlement is reached’

14 July, 2021

Afghan Delegation, Taliban To Talk Peace In Qatar: Officials

Associated Press (AP)

The development comes after outgoing U.S. commander Gen. Scott Miller warned that increasing violence seriously hurts Afghanistan's chances of finding a peaceful end to decades of war.

14 July, 2021

Jaishankar Meets Afghan Counterpart Amid Reports Of Further Inroads By Taliban Militants

Outlook Web Bureau

Jaishankar expressed concern over the escalation of violence and stressed the need to end the bloodshed in Afghanistan

30 June, 2021

Afghanistan Sitting On A Powder Keg

Seema Guha

With no political settlement in sight fears are mounting of another spree of violent strife in this war-ravaged nation

25 June, 2021

Don't Preach Us On Afghanistan And Keep Off Kashmir: India to Pakistan

Seema Guha

India supports Afghan peace process and is in touch with various stakeholders, said Arindam Bagchi


24 March, 2021

Sikh Group Marks One Year Of Attack On Gurudwara In Kabul, Pays Tribute To Lost Lives

G N Singh

United Sikhs, A UN-affiliated NGO is providing financial and medical aid to the families who fled to India after the attack on Guru Har Rai Sahib Gurudwara in Kabul.

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Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu conducts proceedings in the House during the Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.


Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla conducts proceedings in the House as an opposition member holds a placard in protest, during the Winter Session of Parliament in New Delhi.


Opposition leaders stage a protest in Rajya Sabha during the Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.


Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari speaks in the Lok Sabha as an opposition member holds a placard in protest, during the Winter Session of Parliament in New Delhi.


Kerala MPs stage a protest over Mullaperiyar dam issue, during the Winter Session of Parliament, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist

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