World News | Amitabh Revi | Saturday May 3, 2014
Afghan officials have said that it is unlikely that the number of those killed in Friday' landslide will be above 500. The announcement of revised figures by Gul Mohammad Baidaar, deputy governor of Badakhshan, came hours after earlier information that over 2,100 people had died in the landslide.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Saturday May 3, 2014
A former Afghan warlord nicknamed "the bulldozer" joined front-runner Abdullah Abdullah's presidential campaign on Saturday, as deal-making hots up before the decisive run-off vote next month.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday October 15, 2013
Sayed Gul walked into a small mud brick room in eastern Afghanistan, a bundle wrapped in a shawl on his back. With a flick, he plonked the package onto a threadbare carpet and hundreds of voter cards spilled out.
India News | Tanima Biswas | Tuesday August 20, 2013
Master bomb-maker Abdul Karim Tunda was slapped, reportedly by a Hindu activist, at a Delhi court before being produced for a hearing on his custody.
India News | Tanima Biswas | Monday August 19, 2013
Gul, who retired in 1992 as chief of the Inter-Services Intelligence Agency, denied this. Speaking to NDTV, he said, "He (Tunda) is lying. There is no truth in his claims. I have never met him."
India News | Edited by Nadim Asrar | Monday August 19, 2013
Tunda, one 20 most wanted terrorists in India, has reportedly said that he had met Mr Gul in 1995 and has been in touch with him through the years. India has for long alleged that Pakistan's ISI and Army support terrorism against India. Pakistan denies it outright.
India News | Written by Anchal Vohra | Sunday May 19, 2013
The Taliban is the same group that preferred war with the United States over handing over its friends from the Al Qaeda. It is the same group that continues to haunt Afghans. So what has led to talks with the Taliban in the run-up to 2014, when Western troops will exit Afghanistan completely?
World News | Associated Press | Sunday January 8, 2012
A week after Sahar Gul, 15, was rescued from the house of her husband's parents, where she was tortured for months, she is demanding justice. She wants to see her husband and in-laws behind bars. Gul's in-laws kept her in a basement for six months and tortured her with hot irons.
World News | NDTV Correspondent | Saturday July 17, 2010
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi was wrong in comparing the statements made by Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed and Indian Home Secretary G K Pillai, former ISI chief Hamid Gul has said. Gul, however also remarked that the timing of Pillai's statement was not appropriate. He said that the remarks were unnecessary, from both side...