Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund: ISI’s Man in Kabul

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A hardliner with no constituency or charisma, he epitomises a Taliban controlled by Pakistan

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How come in none of the 50-odd Islamic countries there is internal peace?

The Kabul Question

The problem for India is not a loss of opportunities in Afghanistan. It is what Pakistan will do

The Remains of the War

They tell a depressing story about the moral emptiness of power

Hazaras, the Most Unloved, Marginalised People of Afghanistan

Those who have fled the Taliban regime recall the trauma of exclusion, disclose worst fears for those left behind

Will the Taliban Change?

Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin, meanwhile, stated that the Taliban’s success should inspire the Kashmir movement

Chaos in Kabul

While the termination of a “forever war” was necessary, it should have been preceded by a conscious policy of empowering the Ashraf Ghani government and the Afghan National Army

The Quiet Unamerican

Biden’s Out-of-Afghanistan is a crime against civilisation

We can’t do business with Taliban, say India-funded Salma Dam builders

Several companies are tight-lipped about their pending projects in Afghanistan to protect the lives of their employees


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