Tuesday, 28 June, 2022
TopicPakistani Taliban

Topic: Pakistani Taliban

India shouldn’t hope for too much from upcoming Turkey meet on Afghanistan

Thanks to US’ intervention, India will have a seat at the 10-day Istanbul conference beginning 24 April.

India’s recognition of Taliban should just be tactical, not let it rule Afghanistan again

Pakistan’s change of posture when it comes to Afghanistan is encouraging, but both US and China need to make Islamabad keep its word.

Foreign investors in Pakistan ‘cautious’ but optimistic about its future growth potential

A survey conducted among leading foreign investors of Pakistan showed 75% of respondents indicated willingness to recommend new FDI in the country to their parent companies.

Pakistani Taliban has appointed a new leader

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan has named Mufti Noor Wali Mehsud as their new leader, after previous chief was killed in a US drone strike.

On Camera

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J.P.Singh, joint secretary (Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran Division), MEA, meets Taliban's interim foreign minister Amir Khan Mottaki | Photo credit: Twitter/@QaharBalkhi

Hard-nosed, practical—why India has revived relations with Kabul, and why Taliban is welcoming

By protecting the Indian embassy in Kabul for the last ten months, the Taliban is sending a message to its neighbours and the rest of the world.
An employee works at Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. facility in Chakan, Maharashtra | Bloomberg file photo

Bigger cars, smaller chips — Why Mahindra is worried about increased wait time

A major focus for Mahindra will be defending its market share in the large-format SUV segment from Tata Motors and Hyundai Motor.

Defence

The Indian Air Force logo | Commons

Almost 4,000 enrol for IAF’s Agnipath recruitment scheme on day 1 of online registrations

These registrations pertain to the Indian Air Force's Agniveer Vayu programme. The online portal for the first phase was opened at 10 am Friday, and will close on 5 July.

With Agnipath, Modi govt’s shock & awe doctrine may have misfired a vital reform, yet again

Modi govt's biggest flaw has been its disinclination to accept limitations of electoral majorities. This ruined land acquisition and farm reform, stalled labour codes.
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