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TTP attacks give a bloody nose to Pakistan’s interim government
TTP attacks give a bloody nose to Pakistan’s interim government

The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), with close ties to the Taliban regime in Kabul, has unleashed relentless attacks in Pakistan’s north-western province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa almost on a daily basis.

Afghanistan headed to a civil war with Taliban splitting into various factions, says former Afghan commander
Afghanistan headed to a civil war with Taliban splitting into various factions, says former Afghan commander

Expressing his deep dissatisfaction over the current situation in Afghanistan, the former Afghan commander blames the Biden administration for abruptly leaving Afghanistan and its people at the mercy of the Taliban.

Taliban imposes restrictions on Afghanistan's Sikh, Hindu minorities
Taliban imposes restrictions on Afghanistan's Sikh, Hindu minorities

While Afghanistan's last-known Jew fled the country shortly after the Taliban takeover, the Sikh and Hindu communities are believed to have shrunk to just a handful of families, RFE/RL reported.

US, Taliban hold talks for first time since Afghanistan's fall in 2021
US, Taliban hold talks for first time since Afghanistan's fall in 2021

In a statement, the Department said that talks with "senior Taliban representatives and technocratic professionals" had been held over Sunday and Monday in the Qatari capital, the BBC reported.

  • Tuesday, 01 Aug 2023
  • US
Anas Haqqani
Taliban supports Musk’s Twitter over Zuckerberg’s Threads

Anas Haqqani, a Taliban thought leader with family connections to the leadership, officially endorsed Twitter over Meta’s Threads has crossed 100 million users within a week of its launch.

Taliban orders shutting down of beauty salons in Afghanistan
Taliban orders shutting down of beauty salons in Afghanistan

A Vice and Virtue Ministry spokesman told the BBC that businesses had one month to comply, starting from July 2 when they were first informed of the move.

Taliban kills IS leader
Taliban kills IS leader behind 2021 Kabul airport bombing

The August 2021 bombing at the Abbey Gate entrance of the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul killed 170 civilians and 13 US troops as people were trying to flee Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.

Taliban
Taliban expel schoolgirls who are 13 or older or have reached puberty

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.

Many feared dead as explosion rocks Kabul mosque
At least 20 killed, 40 injured as explosion hits Kabul mosque: Reports

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.

  • Wednesday, 17 Aug 2022
  • Kabul
Ashraf Ghani says he fled to deny Taliban another chance to 'humiliate' a President
Ashraf Ghani says he fled to deny Taliban another chance to 'humiliate' a President

Ghani left Afghanistan on August 15, 2021, the day Taliban fighters entered Kabul and the United States began evacuating its diplomats from the embassy.

Taliban fire shots, beat women protesters in Kabul
Taliban fire shots, beat women protesters in Kabul

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.

High-ranking Taliban cleric killed by bomb hidden in prosthetic leg
High-ranking Taliban cleric killed by bomb hidden in prosthetic leg

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.

Angry mob attacks Udaipur murder accused outside court; hurls slippers, bottles
Angry mob attacks Udaipur murder accused outside court; hurls slippers, bottles

The accused were thrashed by the mob as well as lawyers who were waiting outside the court premises.

Udaipur horror accused's bike had 26/11 Mumbai attack date as number plate
Udaipur horror accused's bike had 26/11 Mumbai attack date as number plate

The motive of the accused behind the bike number linked to the date of Mumbai attack will also be investigated.

Udaipur Hindu tailor murder accused Mohammed Ghaus has a Pakistan connection
Udaipur Hindu tailor murder accused Mohammed Ghaus has a Pakistan connection

As per the police, the victim, a tailor by profession, was attacked by a sharp-edged weapon.

NIA chargesheets 6 for trafficking Rohingyas, Bangladeshis into India
NIA registers UAPA case in Udaipur killing

The case was initially registered at Dhanmandi police station in Udaipur.

  • Wednesday, 29 Jun 2022
  • NIA
Udaipur Beheading: NIA might take over probe; agency team set to visit crime spot
Udaipur Beheading: NIA might take over probe; agency team set to visit crime spot

A source said that there are possibilities that the case might be handed over to the anti-terror agency.

Tailor murder: Curfew imposed in 7 police station areas of Udaipur
Tailor murder: Curfew imposed in 7 police station areas of Udaipur

The curfew will be in force from 8 pm on Tuesday till further orders.

Taliban-style murder of Hindu tailor rocks Udaipur
Taliban-style murder of Hindu tailor rocks Udaipur

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.

Afghanistan Hit Hard
Afghanistan Earthquake | Around 1000 Dead, Toll Likely To Increase

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