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Exclusive! How India reached out to the Afghan Mujahideen

IMAGE: Ahmad Shah Massoud's Northern Alliance fighters near Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan, in 2001. Photograph: Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images 'It was a mission undertaken in darkness in every sense --......

Tremors in parts of North India after 6.5 quake in Hindu Kush

A moderate intensity earthquake, with epicentre in Hindu Kush region of Afghanistan, shook Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of North India in the wee hours of Saturday. The earthquake,......

Rescuers race to reach quake zones in Afghanistan, Pakistan as toll rises to 340

A major earthquake hit Afghanistan, northern Pakistan and parts of India on Monday. The magnitude 7.5 earthquake was centred in the province of Badakhshan in the Hindu Kush mountain range in......

Afghanistan: 'Worst avalanche in 30 years' claims 250 lives

At least 250 people have died amid massive avalanches and flooding as fresh waves of snow have hit the north east of Afghanistan. Afghan men remove snow from the roof of a damaged house after......

Post 9/11, Bhatkal wanted to fight NATO forces in Afghanistan

Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal wanted to fight North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces in Afghanistan as an 18-year-old when the US launched its campaign against Taliban following the......

Why your city is unable to build metro rail like Delhi's

The year was 1999. The venue was Khyber Pass in north Delhi, named after the pass that connects Pakistan and Afghanistan. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Deputy Chief Engineer Daljeet Singh was......

Why the outlook for globalisation is bleak

Although the returns from outward-looking policies are less today, substantial gains can still be made with good policies and initiatives, says Shankar Acharya. Twenty years from now, if the world......

Afghanistan trailblazer targets London gold

The luxury apartment in north Kabul where Rohullah Nikpai lives with his family was a gift from the Afghan president, made after the 24-year-old Taekwondo champion brought home his country's first......

Landmark Olympic moments that changed history

There are moments at the Olympics that have a sporting significance, and then there are those moments that leave an indelible mark on humanity.Rediff.com's Norma Godinho traces those moments at the......
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'100 days of Trump admin show positive trend for Indo-US ties'

The first hundred days of the Trump administration have shown a positive trend for the Indo-US relationship and the upward trajectory of ties was... ...

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Delhiites can look forward to a weekend of rainfall

Delhi has reason to cheer. The national capital is soon likely to see respite from the scorching heat with spells of rain expected over the... ...

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Suspected U.S. drone strike targets Pakistani Taliban militants - sources

A suspected U.S. drone strike killed several Pakistani Taliban militants in North Waziristan close to the Afghanistan border, one militant... ...

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The futility of massive bombs

Large-impact aerial weapons have no use against dictator regimes or terrorist entities, says Group Captain Murli Menon (retd). The United States'... ...

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Morning News Call - India, April 24

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