The Taliban forces shot dead several people in Nangarhar province of Afghanistan during rallies supporting the Afghan national flag
Soon after the nation fell to the Taliban, uncertainty shrouded over the future of the Afghan girls and women as they fear that they might lose their freedom to education, work or take part in political, economic and social life.
Facebook has been criticised by the Taliban for blocking freedom of speech in Afghanistan as a result of the crackdown by the US firm
As the US tries to keep a Taliban-led government from accessing undue money, it has frozen nearly $9.5 billion in assets belonging to the Afghan central bank and stopped shipments of cash to the nation.
On Wednesday OTV caught up with one of the returnees, Manoranjan Sahoo, who worked as a Property Specialist at one of the US army's base camps in Bagram, in the Parwan Province of Afghanistan. The place is about 25 kilometers north of Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan.
The Indian government will bring its citizens back to their homes from Afghanistan, like we did in the Vande Bharat Mission, through Air India and the Indian Air Force (IAF) planes.
The US and other Western countries resumed their flights to evacuate their citizens and Afghan allies from the country. Commercial flights are still stopped.
Biden stood by his decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan while acknowledging Kabul's collapse to the Taliban came much sooner than Washington had anticipated.
The NATO chief said that lessons will need to be learned, but at the moment the priority is to evacuate as many people as possible from Afghanistan.
The Utkal University authorities have come forwarded to help of these distressed students from the neighbouring nation. The University Vice-Chancellor Professor Sabita Acharya said that the varsity will take care of these students.
In view of the prevailing situation in Afghanistan, it was decided that the Embassy personnel in Kabul would be immediately moved to India. This movement has been completed in two phases and the Ambassador and all other India-based personnel have reached New Delhi on Tuesday.
The Chinese government has decided to take the word of the Taliban on its face value, saying: "We noticed the statement from Afghan Taliban yesterday (Sunday) saying that the war is over and they will start consultation on the establishment of an open and inclusive Islamic government and take the responsibility of the safety of Afghan citizens and foreign diplomatic corps."
Uzbekistan has maintained close contacts with representatives of the Taliban movement in Afghanistan on border security issues, the Foreign Ministry in Tashkent said in a statement on Tuesday.
India has brought back the Indian ambassador and all staff members from its embassy in Kabul in two military transport aircraft in the wake of escalating tension and deteriorating security situation in the Afghan capital after its takeover by the Taliban.
India on Tuesday announced that it will issue an emergency e-visa to Afghan nationals who want to come to the country in view of the prevailing situation in Afghanistan after the Taliban captured power there.