New Delhi, Jan 31: India is watching closely the developments in Afghanistan. India is keeping a watch on the discussions between the US Special Representative for Afghanistan reconciliation, Zalmay Khalizad and the Taliban leadership.
New Delhi, Jan 3: Making a larger point that the United States is fighting wars for other countries, US President, Donald Trump asked why isn’t India there in Afghanistan.
New Delhi, Dec 22: India is watching closely as the United States orders an American drawdown in Afghanistan. US President Donald Trump is bringing home around 15,000 troops over the next 60 days.
New Delhi, Dec 21: A recent report by a think tank pointed out that the ISI continues to remain resistant to destroy terror groups. One of the main points of contention is that with Pakistan trying to broker peace between the Taliban and the United States, the ISI may ensure that Kashmir gets bloodier.
New Delhi, Nov 28: A couple of years before the Mumbai 26/11 attack took place, Ilyas Kashmiri the head of the 313 Brigade of the Al-Qaeda was in talks with David Coleman Headley.
Jalalabad, July 3: The Islamic State was quick to claim responsibility for the deadly bombing in Jalalabad, Afghanistan in which prominent members of the Sikh and Hindu community lost their lives.
Jalalabad, July 4: It has become increasingly clear that the Jalalabad bombing which targeted Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan had the blessing of the ISI, Pakistan’s notorious spy agency. The aim was to directly target the Sikhs and ensure that they did not have a representation in the Afghanistan Parliament.
New Delhi, July 2: A Sikh MP to be was among the 19 killed in the blast at Afghanistan’s eastern city of Jalalabad. A suicide bomber targeted a convoy of Sikhs and Hindus who were on their way to meet with Afghanistan President, Ashraf Ghani. 17 out of 19 killed in the blast belonged to the Sikh and Hindu community.
New Delhi: The Islamic State has sent a message to its handlers and cadres located in Afghanistan to take part in the Kashmir battle.
Shazia is married with two children. She is based in West Bengal and her name has surfaced yet again following a thorough investigation which has revealed a plot to send ISIS recruits from Bangladesh to Afghanistan and Pakistan.