US maintains sanctions pressure on Taliban, restrictions to finances
Afghanistan's Taliban govt welcomes US allowing assistance
Taliban hang dead bodies in city squares of Herat
Pakistani media on Turkey in Afghanistan
  • Pakistani media on Turkey in Afghanistan(14:10)

    New Delhi, Sep 25 (IANS) Turkeys pro-activism in Afghanistan and the region, and its strident rhetoric attempting to project itself as a lead player in the Muslim world has led to its activities being thoroughly scrutinized by the media in different countries.

What does Taliban rule mean for the region and the West?
  • What does Taliban rule mean for the region and the West?(13:26)

    New Delhi, Sep 25 (IANS) "Taliban can rule Afghanistan, but they can never govern it," said Massoud Hossaini, a Pulitzer Prize and WPP winner photojournalist who managed to escape the Taliban and is now forced to be "stateless".

World leaders reflect on Afghanistan at UNGA
  • World leaders reflect on Afghanistan at UNGA(13:06)

    United Nations, Sep 25 (IANS) While addressing the UN General Assembly (UNGA), several world leaders have reflected on the present situation in Afghanistan following the South Asian country's takeover by the Taliban after the US withdrew its troops after 20 years.

Afghan aid operations expand, but most people still hungry: UN
'Afghanistan wants friendly ties with international community'
  • 'Afghanistan wants friendly ties with international community'(10:54)

    Kabul, Sep 24 (IANS) Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting Foreign Minister of the newly-formed Taliban government in Afghanistan, said that the country wants to have friendly relations with the international community, including the neighbouring and regional nations.

Hazara leader says Taliban forcing people to give up their lands
New VC of Kabul University barely got pass marks, disrespected professors
  • New VC of Kabul University barely got pass marks, disrespected professors(15:56)

    New Delhi, Sep 23 (IANS) The Talibans pick for the new Vice Chancellor of Kabul University, Mohammad Ashraf Ghairat, had once called for the killing of journalists. His appointment as the new Chancellor of the university sparked outrage on social media when users dug up some of his old tweets.

Taliban unlikely to speak at UN session
  • Taliban unlikely to speak at UN session(15:54)

    New Delhi, Sep 23 (IANS) Afghanis­tans new Taliban rulers are unlikely to speak at or represent their country in the current session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Dawn news reported.

UN releases emergency funds for Afghanistan's healthcare system