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Pakistan to deport National Geographic's 'Afghan Girl'

Pakistan to deport National Geographic's 'Afghan Girl'

A Pakistani court on Friday ordered the deportation of Sharbat Gula, National Geographic’s famed green-eyed ‘Afghan Girl’ immortalised in a 1985 haunting picture on the cover, after she pleaded guilty to charges of staying in Peshawar with fake ID cards. A special anti-corruption and immigration court in Peshawar ordered Gula’s deportation to Afghanistan after serving a 15-day jail sentence besides slapping a fine of Pakistani Rs 1,10,000. Gula, who was dubbed as ..., 2 months ago

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PHOTOS: US President Trump, wife Melania have a 'ball' of a time

United States President Donald Trump on Saturday promised the American people he will be ‘producing results’ and there will be no games as his work begins, with three glamorous black-tie balls bringing the curtains down on the day-long celebration of his inauguration as the next leader. IMAGE: US President Donald Trump dances with his First Lady Melania Trump to My Way at the first of the three inaugural balls. Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters "We always felt we are going to ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Here's what the new US Defense Secretary had to say  Rediff.com1 day ago Trump to appoint 'Mad Dog' as new defence secretary  Rediff.com1 month ago Pak seeks to develop 'understanding' with Trump regime  Rediff.com2 months ago

Af-Pak, not India were Obama's priority: Ex-WH official

Afghanistan, Pakistan, and not India were on top of the priority list for the Obama Administration in South Asia, but the Indo-US relationship under the outgoing president is ending on a ‘high note’, according to a former Indian-American White House official. “It (India-United States relationship during Obama Administration) is ending on a high note,” Anish Goel, the former Senior Director for South Asia at the National Security Council, White House, said. In this ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Pakistan ready for talks but Kashmir must be included  Rediff.com1 month ago Indian diplomacy saw a deterioration in 2016  Rediff.com3 weeks ago How India should deal with Pakistan  Rediff.com1 month ago

32 killed in attacks in Afghanistan; UAE envoy, Kandahar governor injured

In multiple terror attacks on Tuesday in the Afghan cities of Kabul and Kandahar, at least 32 people were killed and scores were injured, including the governor of Kandahar and envoy of United Arab Emirates. Kabul was rocked by twin blasts near the Afghan Parliament in which at least 21 people are killed and 45 wounded. Taliban insurgents immediately claimed responsibility for the bombings, which struck as employees were exiting the parliament complex. In another attack in Kandahar late in the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago 28 killed as blast hits Shia mosque in Kabul  Rediff.com2 months ago

Only one country shouldn't be blamed for terrorism: Sartaj Aziz

Under severe attack over terrorism emanating from its soil, Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz on Sunday hit back saying it is ‘simplistic’ to blame one country even as he raked up the issue of strain in Indo-Pak ties at the Heart of Asia conference on Afghanistan. Aziz asserted his attending the meet despite ‘escalation’ along the Line of Control was testimony to Pakistan’s ‘unflinching’ commitment for lasting peace in Afghanistan ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Aziz meets PM Modi, sends bouquet to Swaraj  Rediff.com1 month ago Aziz to visit India on Sunday; no bilateral meet scheduled  Rediff.com1 month ago

Russia’s Taliban outreach alarms Delhi

Russia’s open admission that it was maintaining “limited political” contacts with the Taliban has set alarm bells both in Kabul and New Delhi. Russian ambassador to Kabul Alexander Mantytskiy’s revelation comes just two days after the ...
 DNA1 month ago

'The Kohinoor has wreaked havoc in its trail'

‘After Nader Shah’s death, in the chaos that followed, a court eunuch called Agha Mohammed tortured Nader’s grandson Shah Rukh to find out where the diamond was. ‘Shah Rukh was tied to a chair and his head shaved. A crown of paste was built on his pate, and, in a scene reminiscent of The Game Of Thrones, Agha Mohammed poured a jug of molten lead into the crown.’ Two authors track a diamond with a bloody history. IMAGE: The crown placed on the coffin of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Ghani refuses Pak aid; says use it to fight terror

In a hard hitting attack on Pakistan, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday accused it of launching an ‘undeclared war’ on his country by covertly supporting several terror networks including the Taliban, and noted that there were no hidden deals in India’s growing engagement in the war-ravaged country. In his address at the 6th annual conference of Heart of Asia, Ghani, who severely criticised Islamabad, said an Asian or international mechanism must be put in place, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

We must act against those sheltering terror forces: PM

In a clear message to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called for ‘resolute action’ not just against forces of terrorism but also against those who support, shelter, train and finance them, saying silence and inaction will only embolden terrorists and their masters. In his address at the 6th conference of Heart of Asia, a platform to help Afghanistan in its transition, Modi said the growing arc of terrorist violence is posing the gravest threat to the region.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Heart of Asia conference begins with focus on tackling terror

As Afghanistan faces the resurgence of Taliban, a conference of major regional and global powers began on Saturday in Amritsar to explore ways to effectively deal with threat of terrorism in the region, its complex security matrix and help the war-ravaged nation in its transition. Being attended by nearly 40 countries and leading groupings like the European Union, the annual conference of the Heart of Asia -- Istanbul Process is deliberating on various challenges facing Afghanistan, including ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Amritsar Declaration calls for dismantling of terror sanctuaries  Rediff.com1 month ago Unwell Sushma Swaraj won't attend Heart of Asia Conference in Amritsar  Rediff.com1 month ago
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