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Ties to Jamaat-e-Islami and ISI, support for Tablian and more: Meet Pinaki Bhattacharya, a neo-convert to Islam spearheading the ‘India Out’ campaign in Bangladesh

Pinaki Bhattachraya has also been supportive of Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir as well as other parts of India.

Taliban to resume stoning women publicly for adultery to implement Sharia law strictly in Afghanistan

Taliban chief Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada has said that women in the country would be publicly flogged and stoned to death for adultery.

Taliban says it retaliated with heavy gunfire at Pakistan after air strikes kill 8 in Afghanistan

The Taliban on Monday retaliated with heavy gunfire after Pakistan conducted two airstrikes in Afghanistan, resulting in the deaths of five women and three children.

Far-left propaganda website The Wire stoops to a new low, reaches out to the jihadi outfit Taliban to oppose the CAA

Far-left propaganda website The Wire sought the views of a functionary of the Taliban, a jihadi outfit, to oppose the CAA.

Rajasthan: Youth arrested for selling 4500 GB confidential information on dark web, along with military and govt information, IS and Taliban data also recovered

During the raid, the officials discovered over 90 million data belonging to US individuals, as well as a large amount of data belonging to the Islamic State and the Taliban on the dark web

Indian origin student from Britain jokes about being a part of the Taliban, faces trial in Spain now

Accused Indian student Aditya Verma, an economics student at Bath University, is currently on bail after he joked about being a part of Taliban

Taliban imposes Sharia restrictions on single Afghan women, bars access to employment, travel, healthcare if unmarried or have no male guardian

UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric commented on the recent UN report. He stated that women in Afghanistan are facing horror and that it is unimaginable to have a life there.

Taliban advises Pakistan and Iran to “exercise restraint” amidst growing tensions over air-strikes

Balkhi further asserted that after attaining peace and stability post prolonged "imposed wars" both Iran and Pakistan should make efforts to bolster regional stability and resolve disputes via dialogue and diplomatic means.

‘Have violated Islamic values’: Taliban now arrests women for wearing ‘bad hijabs’ in Afghanistan

Abdul Ghafar Farooq, a spokesman for the vice and virtue ministry, did not indicate how many women had been jailed for what constitutes "bad hijab." However, he said that the arrests were made three days ago.

23 Pakistani troops dead, 32 injured in suicide attack by Tehreek-e-Jihad Pakistan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Tehreek-e-Jihad Pakistan, or TJP, a newly formed militant group thought to be an offshoot of the TTP, claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement.

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