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Indian engagement with Taliban can ensure Afghanistan doesn’t become a base for inimical forces

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India’s decision to stay engaged with Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers and promise aid to its people is pragmatic. There’s obviously a realisation in New Delhi that it can’t abandon its stakes in Afghanistan and rightly so. This can also help ensure Afghanistan doesn’t become a base for forces inimical to India.

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