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Indian political elites are supporting US Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made no official statement on the US actions in Syria and Afghanistan. But, Subramanian Swamy, an active member of Modi’s Hindu-Supremacist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and a strong Member of Parliament has declared his support  to the US on the same.
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Afghanistan rival factions clash kills near about 56
Afghanistan to achieve self-sufficiency in agricultureThe Afghanistan government plans to achieve self-sufficiency in the field of agricultural products within the next four years, President Ashraf Ghani said here on Sunday."Our goal is to make Afghanistan self-sufficient in terms of agriculture in four years time," Xionhua quoted Ghani as saying in his address at the fifth National Community Development Councils Consultative Conference in Arg, the country's Presidential Palace.
30 Taliban militants killed in AfghanistanAt least 30 Taliban militants were killed in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan on Sunday, official said. "Scores of Taliban militants stormed police checkpoints in Nahr-e-Saraj district at 10.00 a.m. (local time) on Sunday, which triggered heavy gun battle and left 30 insurgents dead, forcing others to flee," Xinhua quoted provincial police chief Nabi Jan Mullahkhil as saying.
Russia to provide Afghanistan, Pakistan quake reliefRussia’s emergencies ministry has offered its assistance to Afghanistan and Pakistan hit by a devastating earthquake.
Afghanistan quake toll rises to 115 The toll from Monday's earthquake in Afghanistan has risen to 115 while the number of those injured has gone up to 538, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani said on Tuesday.
Czech military to remain in Afghanistan after 2016
After a meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said the Czech military plans to be involved in Afghanistan even after 2016 when US forces ends their mission.
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