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Even after 6 months of Taliban occupation, the condition of Afghanistan is critical, claims UN report

UN On Afghanistan: The economic condition of Afghanistan is very bad. The UN Secretary-General said in a report that even after nearly six months of Taliban occupation, the situation in Afghanistan remains uncertain and the situation has deteriorated significantly. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in his report on the ‘Situation of Afghanistan and International Peace […]

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University reopened in Afghanistan, girl students allowed to attend class

Jalalabad: The country’s public universities opened on Wednesday for the first time since the Taliban took over Afghanistan last year. With the opening of the university, the girl students along with the students finally returned to the campus. Although the Taliban administration did not officially announce its plans for girls studying at the university, media […]

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UN claims, Taliban has killed more than 100 ex-soldiers since coming to power

Afghanistan Crisis: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that the former Afghan government has worked with its security forces and international troops to over 100 people since the Taliban took over Afghanistan on August 15 last year. More than the ex-servicemen have been killed. He said that the United Nations has got information about this through […]

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India raised its voice in the UN, demanding a permanent seat on the basis of performance in the Security Council

India At UN: India’s envoy to the United Nations TS Tirumurti has said that India’s performance as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council is an indication that the world needs India as a permanent member at the premier forum. India’s permanent representative to the world body, Tirumurti, said in a video that India […]

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Taliban killed 72 people without proving charges, UN strongly condemned

Extrajudicial Killings In Afghanistan: The United Nations (UN) today ie on Tuesday condemned the non-judicial killings in Afghanistan after the Taliban’s occupation. The United Nations said more than 100 extrajudicial killings have been committed since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan in August this year, most of them non-judicial killings by the Taliban themselves. . […]

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Why did India vote against the UNSC resolution on climate change, the reason given

United Nations: India on Monday voted against the United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) draft resolution that seeks to link climate change with global security challenges. India argued that the move was an attempt to undermine the hard-won consensus agreements in Glasgow. India’s Permanent Representative to the UN TS Tirumurti said, India is at the forefront […]