Unending woes of Afghan women

The people of Afghanistan have faced endless difficulties since the Taliban's takeover on August 15, 2021. The imposition of repressive policies by the hard-line Islamic regime has led to food insufficiency, repeated violations against women, and rising insecurity.

Afghan, Uzbek officials meet on ties

At the end of the meeting, Baradar emphasized strengthening relations between the two countries and hoped for its further enrichment and development, according to the statement.

Path to peace or a minefield?

Equally an assessment is needed of the repercussions of a deal with those the state has regularly said have served foreign interests hostile to Pakistan.

Errors in judgment

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, addressing reporters as the hearing was underway, said that “there was a range of viewpoints” presented to Biden during internal debates.

Pakistan wants Afghan assets to be unfreezed

The US froze $9.5 billion in Afghan central bank assets and international lenders have stayed clear of Afghanistan, wary of providing money that could be used by the Taliban

Afghan Women~II

Disturbing news comes in the form of a fatwa on lady doctors, on the future of co-education and on imposition of penalties on lady artists, singer, journalists, and students. The only light at the end of the tunnel is the fact that Afghan women have now taken to the streets to claim protection of rights they had gained in the last 20 years.