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CEO Abdullah Abdullah to share Afghan experience at power-packed counter-terrorism conference

The two-day conference is organised by India Foundation which is led by NSA Ajit Doval’s son Shaurya Doval. The event will see “who’s who” of the Delhi establishment.

Kabul breakpoint

Is Ghani engineering a significant reversal in Karzai’s India policy?

Modi congratulates new Afghan deputy Abdullah

Modi reiterated his invitation to Abdullah to visit India, to which the Afghan leader said that he looked forward to meeting the Prime Minister soon.

A fragile arrangement

The first challenge for new Afghan government will be keeping itself together.

Big deal in Kabul

Power-sharing pact allows for a democratic transition. But Afghanistan needs more than just that.

Swaraj meets Karzai, talks strategic ties

‘India ready to do whatever is possible to help Afghan govt’

The calm in Kabul

Will agreement between presidential candidates keep Afghanistan from tipping over?

Afghanistan expected to name new president

John Kerry opened a second day of talks in Afghanistan aimed at preventing the political chaos after disputed elections.

Afghan rivals clinch deal, easing political crisis

Both Ahmadzai and Abdullah have vowed to seal a bilateral security pact with the U.S. that Karzai has refused to sign.

Kerry in Kabul on key mission to calm election turmoil

Kerry flew in on a hastily arranged mission, landing in the Afghan capital in the dead of night.

Afghan election rivals square up for results showdown

Faisal said Abdullah’s campaign team did not support violence, but added “we will defend our votes, we will demand justice”.

Afghanistan’s chief electoral officer resigns

Abdullah and Karzai have proposed that the U.N. step in to mediate between the parties, and the U.N. mission in Afghanistan has said it stands ready to assist.

Afghanistan crisis deepens amid president election fraud charge

The fraud allegations have marred what Western officials had hoped would be an important step toward democracy for the troubled country.

Bombs strike Afghan presidential candidate convoy

No one from Abdullah’s entourage was killed.

Ashraf Ghani vows comeback to win Afghan election run-off

As no candidate gained more than 50 per cent, a run-off between the two leading names is required under the Afghan constitution.