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Afghan officials: Taliban cut off accused thief's hand, foot

Afghan officials say that the Taliban have carried out another brutal punishment under their interpretation of Islamic law by cutting off a suspected thief's hand and foot in public. The young man was accused of robbery in a remote area in western Herat ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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U.S. programme for Afghan translators in jeopardy as visa supply runs low

The U.S. State Department said on Thursday it will soon run out of visas for interpreters and other Afghans who have worked for the U.S. government during the decade and a half that U.S. forces have been engaged in the country. At least one U.S. senator, ...
 Reuters2 months ago U.S. program for Afghan translators in jeopardy as visa supply runs low  DNA2 months ago

U.S. lawmakers seek more visas for Afghans who helped U.S. forces

A group of Republican and Democratic U. S. senators introduced legislation on Wednesday that would provide an additional 2,500 visas for Afghans who have assisted U. S. forces by working as interpreters or in other support functions, often risking their lives.
 DNA2 months ago

Mother was denied judgeship in India because she was a woman, claims US diplomat Nikki Haley

New York: Nikki Haley, the US Permanent Representative to the United Nations, has claimed that her mother was not allowed to be a judge in India because she was a woman, a startling statement since in fact women have been judges in the country since at least ...
 Sify1 month ago

On the Cusp of History

THREE YOUNG STUDENTS loiter at the gate, debating who should foot the Rs 15 entry fee. The matronly ticket seller (with a distinct south Indian accent) tells us, “Only garden entry. No climbing.” Sleeping dogs startle awake at the tread of strangers. A ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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