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Women teachers worried about their future in Afghanistan; Ministry issues notice calling male students and teachers
Many women teachers have said that they are the only breadwinners in their families
In July first week, WeChat, China's most popular messaging app, shut down without notice scores of LGBTQ accounts operated by university students
The university has remained closed as per the latest circular issued by the DDMA, Government of NCT, Delhi, this matter is currently being looked into, said JNU Registrar
Many have been misplaced, hundreds have lost their lives as this war-torn country goes through its biggest political turmoil in decades
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?
What the FAQ: What does the UNSC resolution say about Afghanistan and why is India such a big part of it?
The UNSC, under India's Presidency, adopted a resolution demanding that Afghanistan should not be used to threaten or attack any country or to shelter and train terrorists
What The FAQ: Are the Taliban really allowing women to attend schools, colleges and universities? What are the conditions?
Not just the female students but the teachers too have expressed safety concerns. Several of them were even afraid of walking in the streets, let alone attend universities
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
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
Afghan-born author and activist Nemat Sadat talks to us about his debut book 'The Carpet Weaver' and how it is to live as a gay man in Afghanistan
Both UNESCO and UNICEF said that Afghanistan has made significant gains in education, especially in girls' education, and they should be preserved
The future looks bleak for these Afghani students enrolled in Indian varsities: How they are coping in Taliban's Afghanistan
The financial situation has also become a burden for these students because earnings have either stopped or have become irregular
The minister, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, laid out the new policies at a news conference, several days after Afghanistan's new rulers formed an all-male government
The terrorist group has reportedly appointed spies in schools to ensure that the dress code is being followed
Taliban will allow only female teachers to teach girls in Afghanistan, to reopen high schools for girl students from March
The Taliban-led government in Afghanistan has said that they had closed high schools for girls after taking over the administration in August last year as they were creating a 'safe system for girls'
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