Pakistan asks Taliban to resume talks with US for early resolution of Afghan conflict
A high-level Taliban delegation met Qureshi as part of a push to revive the Afghan peace process stalled after US President Donald Trump abruptly declared the talks with the rebel group "dead".
US must insist Pakistan provide bases for its counter-terror operations in Afghanistan
The US, which has been fighting a longstanding war in ...
India heaves a sigh of relief as Trump calls off peace talks
India, which had been virtually out in the cold in the talks, sees more regional...
Donald Trump cancels secret talks with Taliban after Afghanistan blast
US President Donald Trump pulled the plug on the Afghan Peace talks with the Taliban on Saturday saying he doubted their bonafides to negotiate a meaningful settlement.
US, Pakistan to hold talks on ongoing Afghan peace process
US Special Representative for peace in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, along with senior officials will lead the talks, the Express Tribune reported.
India and US discuss Afghanistan joint projects
India also shared its apprehensions about Pakistan's designs to use Afghanistan as a territory to train anti-India terrorists.
Afghanistan can be wiped off Earth in 10 days: Trump
Trump said, "If I wanted to win that war, Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth. It would be over literally in 10 days, (but) I just don't want to kill 10 million people."
Germany seeks India’s stamp on US-led Afghanistan talks
Announcing his visit, MEA’s spokesperson, Raveesh Kumar said, “Tomorrow, we will exchange views with the Special Representative from Germany who is responsible for intra-Afghan dialogue."
India elbowed out of Afghanistan peace talks
India's participation or voice has been negligible in the evolving situation, while Pakistan has used the opportunity to manoeuvre itself to centerstage of the region's geopolitics.
US resumes talks with Taliban in Doha: US source
"The US rejoined talks today in Doha. The focus of discussion will be reduction of violence that leads to intra-Afghan negotiations and a ceasefire," said the source. In September, US and the Taliban had appeared on the verge of signing a deal that would have seen Washington begin withdrawing thousands of troops in return for security guarantees.
Zalmay Khalilzad to brief India about talks with Taliban
Khalilzad visited the region twice in recent months to hold talks with the Taliban but skipped Delhi both times.
China acknowledges hosting Taliban's chief peace negotiator for talks
Mullah Baradar, one of the four top commanders who formed the Taliban in 1994, was released from jail last year by the Pakistan government. He is believed to be the highest ranking Afghan Taliban prisoner freed so far.
India cautions against hasty US peace deal with Taliban
Speaking at the Security Council, India's Permanent Representative Syed Akbaruddin also said that shutting down terrorist safe havens in Pakistan must be a precondition for a peace agreement to go forward.
India, China to discuss Afghan situation, trade protectionism
Sushma Swaraj is expected to meet her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Kyrgyzstan at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) foreign ministers meet on May 20-21.
India has made many important contributions to Afghanistan's development: US
Khalilzad held consultations with Indian government officials and other stakeholders on the Afghan peace process during his May 6-7 visit here, the US Embassy said.
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