Reacting to Modi's statement in an exclusive conversation with Radio Pakistan correspondent Bilal Khan Mehsud in Kabul on Thursday, Dilwar warned India not to interfere in the internal affairs of Afghanistan.
We have a strong national position on Afghanistan and the situation is being approached with the spirit of National unity. Speaking to the media on the discussions at an all-party meeting, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar informed the same on Thursday.
In a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, the lawmakers cite reports that "Ghani in fact had so much looted money with him when he fled Afghanistan that not all of it would fit in his helicopter and that he was forced to leave money lying on the tarmac."
Vladimir Putin clarified that Russia was closely monitoring the conflict but will not let its armed forces be drawn into an all-against-all conflict
Zarifa Ghafari, who was the first female and one of the youngest mayors of Afghanistan before the Taliban regime, talks about her resistance towards the barbaric rule prevalent in Afghanistan currently.
On Tuesday, Union ministers Hardeep Singh Puri and V Muraleedharan received at least three copies of Sikh scripture Guru Granth Sahib and 44 Afghan Sikhs that landed in India from Kabul on a special Air India flight via Dushanbe in Tajikistan.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has criticized the United States and its allies for leaving Afghanistan in chaos that raises potential security threats for Russia and its allies in Central Asia.
Amidst the rush to evacuate its citizens from war-torn Kabul, Spain has issued a warning saying that it will not be able to evacuate all Afghans who served in Spanish missions or worked with its government.
According to Ukraine's Deputy Foreign Minister Yevgeny Yenin, the hijackers were armed.
Afghan Pop-star Aryana Sayeed, who is a human rights activist in addition to being an empowered woman, was forced to flee her own country and take shelter in the United States to save herself, after Taliban took over Afghanistan.
The British Prime Minister would also ask the US President Joe Biden to extend the 31 August deadline for withdrawing the troops from the war-weary country.
Taliban's recent takeover of Afghanistan has left Afghan people in distress and despair. Meanwhile, many people of Indian origin have returned back home to take shelter and save themselves.
After Taliban took over Kabul, all eyes are currently on Afghanistan's inhabitants trying to save themselves from doom. Here are some of the images of people who escaped from Taliban in hopes to retain their freedom and identity.
A contingent of over 150 Indians from Kabul returned safely at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi on Sunday Morning. Amid the ongoing tension and unrest in Afghanistan, the passengers were in happy state of mind after they safely came home.
Indians evacuated to Doha from Kabul were employees of a number of foreign companies that were operating in Afghanistan.
Several heart wrenching scenes are emerging on social media since the Taliban captured power in Afghanistan. Afghan women, out of desperation, hoisting their children, infants into the hands of American soldiers on the other side of a security wall.
The ‘Heart of Asia’ Afghanistan is undergoing a severe humanitarian crisis like never before, something which might have serious consequences on the international politics.
The Taliban forces shot dead several people in Nangarhar province of Afghanistan during rallies supporting the Afghan national flag
After Taliban took over Kabul last weekend, the entire country of Afghanistan is terror stricken. People of the nation, who have already witnessed the cruelty of Taliban are currently scrambling to save their lives. Speaking to OTV, an Afghan refugee residing in Delhi, Khalida Ibrahim, narrates the horrors that she had lived through 6 years ago while she was working as a translator at the Indian Embassy in Afghanistan.
Chaos and uncertainty prevails among the people in the middle-eastern country of Afghanistan after Taliban seized the capital city of Kabul. However, recently some videos of members of the Taliban insurgency enjoying at gym, bumper car rides and carousal have gone viral on various social media platforms.
After the Taliban invaded Kabul last weekend, the people of the country have been suffering unspeakable damage.
Shops, schools and markets have been shut. Some heart-breaking scenes unfolded in Kabul as the Taliban overran the Afghan capital leading to widespread chaos across the city. The Taliban forces have also taken control of the presidential palace after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the country on Sunday night. Nation witnessed the desperation of Afghans at Kabul airport when several people clung to the side of moving limitary planes and at least two persons apparently fell to their deaths from the undercarriage soon after flight took off. The insurgents are now in control of all the districts of Kabul while a night curfew has been imposed in Kabul reportedly to prevent further violence. A Taliban spokesperson has said the war in Afghanistan is over, and a new power structure will soon be clear.
A new category of electronic visa called 'e-Emergency X-Misc Visa' introduced to fast-track visa applications for entry into India.
Tirumurti, who convened the meeting at the request of Norway and Estonia who have responsibility for Afghanistan matters, hinted at the difficulties he faced in getting an agreement on the statement.
These horrifying visuals show the desperate attempts of people to flee Kabul after the city was taken over by Taliban over the weekend.