Taliban Look To India Amid Pak Tension As Islamabad Gets Taste Of Own Medicine | South Asia Diary | Hindustan Times
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Taliban Look To India Amid Pak Tension As Islamabad Gets Taste Of Own Medicine | South Asia Diary

On September 30, the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan announced the closure of its Embassy in New Delhi. This comes after a report stated a letter that said there was a lack of cooperation from India. With the displacement of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the embassy of Afghanistan in New Delhi had begun to work as a “stateless mission,” as it did not represent the current rulers of Kabul, that is, the Taliban, with whom India has no diplomatic relationship. However, India and Afghanistan are continuing engagement with each other in a cautious way. India has been maintaining a “technical team” in Kabul, where the staff provides visas to Afghan traders and travellers to India. Interestingly, Afghanistan's ties with longtime ally Pakistan look increasingly fragile amid mounting security concerns. Watch this episode of South Asia Diary to understand how the Taliban regime looks to forge ties with India after sidelining Pakistan. #india #afghanistan #pakistan #taliban #modigovt #kabul #talibanregime #talibanrulers #islamabad #terrorism #ttp #tehreeketalibanpakistan #afghanembassy #indiaafghanistanties #indiatalibanties #embassy #talibanembassy Hindustan Times Videos bring all the News for the Global Indian under one umbrella. We break down news from across the globe from the unique lens of a Rising India. Tune in for Explainers, Opinions, Analysis and a 360 degree view of big events in India and the World which impact your present and future. Follow Hindustan Times Channel on WhatsApp for News Alerts, Top Stories and Editor picks. Join Us Today - bit.ly/3PQ4kSv Subscribe to the Hindustan Times YT channel and press the bell icon to get notified when we go live.

 
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