In recent weeks, the Taliban have carried out inspections of girls' schools in the Kandahar province and expelled hundreds of pubescent female students, media reported.
Despite the Taliban's assertion that they have brought security to the nation, the country is witnessing regular attacks, mostly claimed by the Islamic State.
Ghani left Afghanistan on August 15, 2021, the day Taliban fighters entered Kabul and the United States began evacuating its diplomats from the embassy.
Heavy gunfire could be heard in social media video of the rally, with Taliban men assaulting female protesters. They also violently prevented Afghan journalists from covering the rally, VOA reported.
He was among the Taliban officials who supported the education of women and girls, in a BBC interview, he stated that no rationale in Sharia law prohibits female education.
The accused were thrashed by the mob as well as lawyers who were waiting outside the court premises.
The motive of the accused behind the bike number linked to the date of Mumbai attack will also be investigated.
As per the police, the victim, a tailor by profession, was attacked by a sharp-edged weapon.
The case was initially registered at Dhanmandi police station in Udaipur.
A source said that there are possibilities that the case might be handed over to the anti-terror agency.
The curfew will be in force from 8 pm on Tuesday till further orders.
As per the police, the victim, a tailor by profession, was attacked by a sharp-edged weapon. The video of the incident has gone viral on social media, which is being termed as a Taliban-style murder.
The death toll from Afghanistan earthquake has hit 1,000, as per the disaster management officials said. There are more than 600 injured and the toll is expected to grow as information trickles in from remote mountain villages. The quake struck about 44 km (27 miles) from the city of Khost, near the Pakistani border, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGC) said
Asked about the government's move to grant over 100 visas, Singh said, "Still there is a lot to be done. We urge the government to step up the evacuation efforts, help with flights and also explore ways so the livelihoods of these people aren't affected."
Citing a recent Gallup survey, SIGAR said: "A record-high 89 per cent of Afghans surveyed said their local economies were getting worse, 75 per cent reported not having enough money for food in the previous 12 months, and 58 per cent reported they did not have enough money for adequate shelter," TOLO News reported.