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‘Let Them Eat Cake’, Suggests Cheryl Benard to the Afghan Feminists

The US decision to strike a peace deal with the Taliban in the absence of the Afghan government has raised concerns at home and...

Afghanistan’s vulnerability in India-Pakistan’s escalated Skirmish

India and Pakistan have been rivals for decades, but is it plausible for Afghanistan be influenced by mounting tensions between the two nations? Well,...

U.S.-Taliban “Achieved Progress’ in Doha Without Peace Deal

KABUL - The Taliban and the United States have reached an agreement over two points after 16 days of marathon negotiations in Doha, Qatar. Taliban agreed...

Indian jets crossed LoC bombs parts of Pakistan

DELHI-- Indian Air Force (IAF) claims that it carried out surgical strikes on terror camps inside Pakistan terming it as an avenge of the...

Pakistani behind suicide attack on troops, Iran’s Revolutionary Guards claim

TEHRAN: The suicide bomber who carried out last week’s attack that killed 27 members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards was a Pakistani national, the elite force...

President Ashraf Ghani condemns Pulwama attack, offers condolences

KABUL-- Afghan President Ashraf Ghani condemned the suicide attack in Kashmir that killed 40 Indian security personnel. The attack carried out by vehicle laden with...

Pakistan must end its support for terrorists: US

WASHINGTON-- The United States has called on Pakistan to immediately end its support for terrorists operating on its soil. The US state departments issued...

China condemns Indian PM Modi’s visit to disputed region

MUMBAI: China’s foreign ministry on Saturday condemned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the disputed northeastern border state of Arunachal Pradesh, saying it “resolutely...

PPP won’t allow creation of a new Bangladesh: Zardari

HYDERABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Cochairman Asif Ali Zardari has said the PPP will not allow creation of a new Bangladesh in Pakistan. “After independence, leaders...

‘Corridor of faith’ to build trust: Indian diplomat

ISLAMABAD: High Commissioner of India Ajay Bisaria has said India follows a neighbourhood first policy to engage for mutual benefit with its neighbours and thus...

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