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Malala was shot in the head by a Taliban member in 2012 when she defied the diktat of the Sunni Islamic fundamentalist movement, which was entrenched in Afghanistan
Sadhguru issues apology after widespread criticism over video of him calling Muslim LSE student a 'Taliban'
Jaggi Vasudev alleged that the video had been mischievously edited and that in India, the word 'Taliban' is used to refer to an over-enthusiastic person
The threat by Ehsanullah Ehsa, prompted Yousafzai to question Pakistan's military and Prime Minister Imran Khan on Twitter to explain how her shooter had escaped from the government
Afghanistan is so often embroiled in big picture conflicts that it has never been able to shed enough light on the humanitarian burden of its history. Where does India stand on the issue?
We have to leave, no other option: Afghan students plead with JNU to help with Indian visa as Taliban gains ground
The JNU Students' Union said that many students from the new and continuing batches have reached out to them for assistance on an urgent basis
Many have been misplaced, hundreds have lost their lives as this war-torn country goes through its biggest political turmoil in decades
J&K Students' Association opens toll-free number for Indian students, nationals stuck in Afghanistan
The helpline was launched two months ago for Kashmiri students in distress. But, the association spokesperson said that it is a big crisis and humanity has no religion, caste and creed
In response to BBC's questions about the Taliban's use of Twitter, a company spokesperson highlighted policies against violent organisations and hateful conduct
Some other Afghan students, studying in the city, who wished not to be named, said they fear for their kin back home and worry about what lies ahead for them
According to the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) data, less than 2,500 students are here on government scholarships, and they have no cause for worry
Kindly rescue us, please: Profs among 30 Indians stuck in a Kabul University hostel for three days, after Taliban takeover
We spoke to a professor of the university, who said that the last lecture was held three days ago, after which the university was shut
What is India's new emergency visa policy for Afghan nationals in light of the Taliban takeover of the country?
There is no clarity as of now as to how many Afghan nationals India would accept and what will happen when their emergency visa period ends
A 17-year-old Afghan national soccer player was one of the people who died falling from an aircraft, in video that went viral
Zaki Anwari's Facebook profile suggests that he had started studying in Kabul's Esteqlal High School only in April. The video has gone completely viral
This is the first 'fatwa' issued by the Taliban after its swift takeover of Afghanistan last week, contradicting the "new face" claims of the terrorist organisation
Abdul Basit, a student from Afghanistan, said lots of his friends back in his country are making enquiries about his studies here as they have no scope for higher education in a peaceful atmosphere
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