Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef who made an appearance at an event in Goa is no stranger to track II efforts having been courted by Western intelligence agencies, including the British MI 6 in the past. Times of India, 4 weeks ago
India views Taliban through pragmatic lens - Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago
Officials defend visit of Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef - Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef, who attended a conference in Goa, was granted visa following suggestions of intelligence agencies which apparently told the Home Ministry the challenges India may face in Afghanistan after withdrawal of international ...Business Standard, 4 weeks ago Is India exploring options with visa to Taliban leader? Times of India, 4 weeks ago Indian visa granted to Taliban leader after suggestions from intelligence agencies DNA, 4 weeks ago
New Delhi, Nov 13: Visa to Taliban leader Abdul Salam Zaeef was granted on recommendation of intelligence agencies, clarified Union government on Tuesday. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had no role to play, it said. That Zaeef was granted visa to visit ...One India, 4 weeks ago
The company owned 80% by him is highly profitable, but the one that he owns 19.25% is mired in losses. The alleged sexual assault by Tehelka Editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal on a young journalist, who has now resigned from the magazine, has brought the well-known journalist’s business under the scanner. Think 2013, the brainstorming festival organised by Tejpal in Goa during which the alleged incident took place, had a distinguished set of speakers: Robert De Niro, VS Naipual, Amitabh ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Here's the latest shocker from the United Progressive Alliance government! Finance Minister P Chidambaram was spotted alongside Taliban founder Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef. Zaeef was in Goa last week to delivered a lecture, where even Chidambram was invited as a speaker. The Taliban leader was granted visa following suggestions of intelligence agencies which apparently told the home ministry the challenges India may face in Afghanistan after withdrawal of international forces. Sources said ...Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
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