Page-5 of Taliban Current Affairs, GK & News

Taliban captures northern Afghan city of Kunduz

Taliban militants have captured the strategic northern Afghan city of Kunduz in a massive assault involving hundreds of fighters. This massive attack comes a day before the first anniversary of President Ashraf Ghani’s unity government. It is also one of the massive attack undertaken by Taliban militants after formal end of US-NATO coalition mission in ..

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Backgrounder: Pakistan Taliban Movement

The terrorist activities have spread in the world like a cancer. Earlier these activities were mainly restricted in middle-east, but the attacks of 9/11 on America saw the leap of courage of the terrorist, which left a great impact on the world. This was a conflict between extremist Muslim group and USA. It was an ..

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Terrorist attack Pakistan’s Kamra air base

  Pakistan’s security structure was breached when terrorists belonging Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) attacked Pakistan Air Force’s Minhas Base in Kamra (a two-hour drive from Islamabad). Although all the terrorists were killed in the battle, the assault killed more than a dozen security personnel and destruction of three JF-17 thunder aircrafts. The attack was done to ..

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Girls organize ‘Panchayat’

Amid pandemonium over the Taliban-style decree against women by a village in Baghpat, girl students from different villages in the district organized their own ‘community panchayat’ and vowed not to use mobile phones till they reached Class XII or wear jeans.

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India’s Contribution to Afghanistan

Recently, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sealed a strategic partnership which will include help from New Delhi to train Afghan security forces as international troops prepare to head home in 2014. Here is a quick Factsheet on India-Afghan Relations: India has had good relations with most of the governments that ..

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China-Afghanistan Relations

The Afghanistan government of Hamid Karzai and China established a formal diplomatic relationship in late 2001 shortly after the collapse of the Taliban regime. Afghan President Hamid Karzai visited China for the first time in 2002. He later made some more official visits, the most recent in March 2010. Former Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai visited ..

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