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Cabinet approves MoU between India and Afghanistan on Coopera...

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its ex-post facto approval to the MoU between India and Afghanistan on cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space. The MoU envisages cooperation between the two ... Press Information Bureau, 43 minutes ago

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The Afghan-Pak Chilly Relations Linger

By Hujjatullah Zia We need to identify cross-border terrorism and a fund to combat terrorism. Pakistan has pledged $500m for Afghanistan's development. This amount can be spent to contain extremism. Afghanistan suffered the highest number of ...
 South Asia Monitor5 hours ago US must never hesitate to act against terror outfits: Obama  Business Standard5 hours ago Indian Consulate Attacked in Afghanistan, Narendra Modi Calls Ambassador  Current News India1 day ago Stabilizing Afghanistan needs cooperation, not isolation of Pakistan  Kashmir Observer1 day ago
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Female Afghan cyclists push boundaries one wheelie at a time

Masooma Alizada (L), and Zahra Alizada (R), member of Afghanistan's Women's National Cycling Team exercise on the outskirts of Kabul February 20, 2015. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail/Files Wednesday, December 07, 2016 Masooma Alizada (L), and Zahra ...
 Reuters India9 hours ago Afghanistan's women escape violence through wheelies  Global Herald1 hour ago Afghanistan's female cyclists push boundaries one wheelie at a time  Indian Express2 hours ago
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'Eliminate Taliban sanctuaries in Pak to win Afghan war'

A former US Army official has said that to win the war against Taliban in Afghanistan, it is essential to destroy their safe havens in Pakistan, alleging that Pak military provides intelligence, training and logistics assistance to them. "What's ...
 Business Standard12 hours ago Eliminate Taliban Sanctuaries in Pakistan to Win Afghan War, Says Ex-US Army Official  News18.com12 hours ago Need to eliminate Taliban sanctuaries in Pak to win war in Afghanistan: Former Vice Chief of US army  DNA6 hours ago Essential to eliminate Taliban sanctuaries in Pakistan, says former US Army official  First Post.com10 hours ago
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Afghanistan's efforts to welcome women in military

KABUL: Captain Safia Ferozi, who was a refugee since childhood, is now flying a transport aircraft for Afghanistan air force. She is country's second female pilot. This is a sign of the efforts being made by Afghanistan government to bring more ...
 Times of India6 hours ago An Afghan Woman Goes From Refugee to Military Pilot  Atkinson County Citizen7 hours ago
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Getting to the heart of Afghanistan's problem

As a regional net security provider, New Delhi has to step on the security pedal to live up to Prime Minister Modi's assurance to Afghans in Kabul. It must get proactive in building Afghanistan's military capacities The sixth Heart of Asia ...
 New Delhi Pioneer17 hours ago Terror poses grave threat to Afghanistan, region: Modi  Pajhwok Afghan News3 days ago

Getting to the heart of Afghanistan's problem

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. India, Dec. 7 -- As a regional net security provider, New Delhi has to step on the security pedal to live up to Prime Minister Modi's assurance to Afghans in ...
 HT Syndication19 hours ago 'Heart of Asia' problem  HT Syndication20 hours ago The heart of the problem  The Hindu1 day ago
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38 Taliban Militants Killed in Afghanistan's...

Kabul: 38 Taliban armed militants, including some commanders, were killed during air and ground raids conducted by the Afghan security forces. The provincial government media office said the operations were conducted in Garamser and Nahr-e-Saraj ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 day ago At Least 38 Taliban Killed in Afghan Military Offensive  Latin American Herald Tribune13 hours ago Clashes between Taliban and security forces leaves 37 dead in Afghanistan's Kandahar  Albawaba3 days ago 12 Taliban militants killed in Afghanistan  Prokerala2 weeks ago
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Sahara Samay English

BREAKING: Pakistan Airlines plane missing near mountainous Afghanistan region

The Pakistan International Airlines plane had just taken off from the Chitral region in the country's north near the border with Afghanistan. A total of 37 people are believed to be onboard. This is a breaking story. Please refresh or return to ...
 Brief Report.co.uk2 hours ago Pakistan committed to peace in Afghanistan  Gulf Times2 days ago Pakistan fulfilled commitment to peace in Afghanistan by attending HoA: FO  Radio Pakistan2 days ago Don't blame one country for terrorism: Pakistan's Aziz  Prokerala3 days ago
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Afghan police arrest 13 drug traffickers

The Afghan special counter-narcotic police have detained 13 persons for alleged drug trafficking in five of the country's 34 provinces within a week, authorities said on Wednesday. "Counter-Narcotics Police of Afghanistan (CNPA) have cracked 10 ...
 China.org.cn7 hours ago In Afghanistan: Police arrest 13 drug traffickers  Uncova1 hour ago
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