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Explained: Political binaries that came to inform Indian politics after 9/11

One hundred and seventeen Indian nationals or persons of Indian origin were killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In the years that followed, the long shadow of the attacks touched the lives of a very large number of people in this country, and left a prominent signature on its domestic politics.  | Read more| September 14, 2021 

Jet Flights Resume In Q1 2022, Shorter International Flights In 2nd Half

Jet Airways is all set to resume domestic operations with its first flight from New Delhi to Mumbai by Quarter 1 of 2022, while its international flights will be operational by the second half of next year, the company said today. | Read more| September 13, 2021 

India acknowledges: Taliban hold ‘positions of power and authority’

In its first clear and official reference to the Taliban as a state actor, India acknowledged in a joint statement with Australia Sunday that the group holds “positions of power and authority across Afghanistan”.  | Read more| September 13, 2021 

Afghanistan : First foreign commercial flight since Taliban takeover lands in Kabul

In a first since the Taliban’s takeover, a foreign commercial flight landed in Kabul Monday. According to Reuters, a Pakistan International Airlines flight touched down at the Kabul airport and it will carry people with valid documents from Kabul to Islamabad.  | Read more| September 13, 2021 

Pegasus row: ‘Won’t file detailed affidavit’, Centre tells SC, cites national security

The Centre on Monday told the Supreme Court that it doesn’t wish to file a detailed affidavit regarding the Pegasus snooping row, stating that “terror organisations better not know which software is used to combat terror.”  | Read more| September 13, 2021 

BJP Surprise Pick Bhupendra Patel's Oath As Gujarat Chief Minister Today

Senior BJP leader Bhupendra Patel will be sworn in as the new Chief Minister of Gujarat today after the shock exit of Vijay Rupani and his entire cabinet in a reboot a year before polls in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state. | Read more| September 13, 2021 

Covid Death Certificate Rules Out After Supreme Court's "3rd Wave" Rebuke

The government has informed the Supreme Court that the Health Ministry and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) have come out with guidelines for issuing an "official document" for Covid-related deaths. The affidavit in the top court has been submitted nearly 10 days after the top court rapped the central gove | Read more| September 12, 2021 

Chirag Paswan Tweets Letter From PM On Father's Death Anniversary Event

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has penned a heartfelt letter on the first death anniversary of Ram Vilas Paswan, his former cabinet colleague and a powerful Dalit leader from Bihar. Posting the letter on Twitter, Chirag Paswan, Ram Vilas Paswan's son, thanked the Prime Minister for his affection towards the late leader. | Read more| September 12, 2021 

At Pro-Taliban protest, a symbol of America’s lost influence: Faces obscured by veils

Hundreds of women, many wearing full-length robes, their faces obscured by black veils, filled the auditorium of a university in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Saturday holding signs — many of them in English — in support of the Taliban and its strict interpretation of Islam, including separate education for men and women. | Read more| September 12, 2021 

No tie-up for UP polls, says BSP gen secy; backs Opposition unity but on own terms

BSP national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra asserted Saturday that the party would stick by its decision to fight the 2022 Assembly elections alone, citing its “bitter experience” with its 2019 alliance with the Samajwadi Party.  | Read more| September 12, 2021 

India, Australia Call For "Broad-Based, Inclusive Goverment" In Afghanistan

India and Australia have called for a "broad-based and inclusive" government in Afghanistan to ensure long-term peace and stability in the war-torn country, signalling their clear unwillingness to accord any recognition to the Taliban regime. | Read more| September 12, 2021 

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