TALIBAN ACCUSE TAJIKISTAN OF INTERFERING IN AFGHANISTAN’S INTERNAL AFFAIRS

Sun 26 September 2021: Tajikistan is interfering in the internal affairs of Afghanistan, Abdul Ghani Baradar, the acting deputy head of the Afghan government formed by the Taliban, said on Sunday. “Tajikistan interferes in our affairs, for every action there is a reaction,” Ghani Baradar said in an interview with al Jazeera tv channel. A […]

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‘BLUETOOTH CHAPPALS’: HOW SOME TRIED TO CHEAT IN REET EXAM

Sun 26 September 2021: Five people have been arrested for trying to cheat in an important exam for selecting teachers for government schools in Rajasthan. The candidates were found wearing “chappals” with Bluetooth devices fitted inside the sole, officials have said. After the first person was caught cheating in Ajmer, the police soon found an […]

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TURKEY HOSTS TURKIC COUNCIL MEETING ON AFGHANISTAN

Sun 26 September 2021: Turkey will host in Istanbul on Monday an extraordinary meeting of Foreign Ministers of the Turkic Council to discuss the latest situation in Afghanistan. Ministers of the Turkic Council to discuss the latest situation in Afghanistan. The meeting is organized upon the invitation of Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu. The foreign ministers of […]

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“PROBLEMS AT KABUL AIRPORT RESOLVED”: TALIBAN ASK AIRLINES TO RETURN

Sun 26 September 2021: The Taliban in Afghanistan appealed on Sunday for international flights to be resumed, promising full cooperation with airlines and saying that problems at Kabul airport had been resolved. The statement comes as the Taliban stepped up efforts to open up the country and gain international acceptance following the collapse of the […]

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“LESSON ON KIDNAPPINGS”, TALIBAN HANG 4 BODIES FROM CRANES IN HERAT

Sat 25 September 2021: The Taliban hung the bodies of four kidnappers from cranes after killing them during a shootout in Afghanistan’s western city of Herat on Saturday, a senior official said. Herat province’s deputy governor Mawlawi Shir Ahmad Muhajir said the men’s corpses were displayed in various public areas on the same day as […]

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CHINA SAYS NO TO CARTOONS WITH UNHEALTHY CONTENT

Sat 25 September 2021: China’s broadcasting authorities have voiced absolute rejection of cartoons that contain plots or footage of violence, blood, vulgarity or pornography. According to the National Radio and Television Administration’s website, service providers of audio-visual web programs are urged to make, import, and broadcast cartoons that promote positive values and promote qualities of the real, good, and beautiful. China’s ruling Party has stepped up a campaign to clean up its entertainment industry in recent months, taking action against “online idols” and promising tougher penalties for celebrities who engage […]

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US, AUSTRALIA, JAPAN, INDIA AGREE TO COORDINATE AFGHANISTAN POLICY

Sat 25 September 2021: The United States, Australia, Japan and India agreed to coordinate policy on Afghanistan as their leaders met in Washington for the first-ever in-person Quad summit. The meeting, which was held on Friday, also touched upon the COVID-19 pandemic, infrastructure projects, climate, education and people-to-people exchanges, as well as partnerships on emerging […]

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‘MONEY TALKS’, AUSTRALIA’S KHAWAJA SEES DOUBLE STANDARDS IN PAKISTAN CRICKET PULL-OUTS

Sat 25 September 2021: Usman Khawaja, an Australian batsman, has blasted New Zealand and England for canceling their tours to Pakistan, saying they would not have taken the same decision if they were scheduled to play lucrative series in India. New Zealand has returned home from Pakistan after canceling the tour minutes before the first […]

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BITCOIN SLIPS AFTER CHINA CENTRAL BANK DECLARES CRYPTOCURRENCIES ILLEGAL

Sat 25 September 2021: Bitcoin dropped over 5% on Friday after China’s central bank announced that it would crack down on cryptocurrency trading, banning foreign exchanges from serving mainland investors. Bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency, fell almost 6% to $42,2167 in response to the new move, after falling approximately 1% earlier. Smaller coins, which usually […]

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