Taliban Takeover of Afghanistan 2021: Impact on India

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IMF suspends its engagement with Afghanistan


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The IMF said it was deeply concerned with economic conditions in Afghanistan, urging the international community to take urgent steps to stall a “looming humanitarian crisis” in the country.
 

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IMF suspends its engagement with Afghanistan


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The IMF said it was deeply concerned with economic conditions in Afghanistan, urging the international community to take urgent steps to stall a “looming humanitarian crisis” in the country.
Great, let the mard-e-momin stew for a while, and let's see how "Cheen-Roos" is interested in "investments" in the multitrillion-dollar mineral wealth nation.
 

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Yes only fringe afghans.They follow hanafi islam there also which is not very different from psyche of the Indian mullahmolvi class. Combine it with the doctrines of taqlid (prohibition on use of reason or rationality) and you will know why coomers behave the way they do.

Our relation with them is yes simple give and take and never that of any honeymoon. What you on about?
India also has good relationship with both Iran and Saudis. In the same way we can also establish relationship with Afghanistan.
 

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Guys I think we all know talibs are terrorists. But are the normal abduls in Afghanistan so much better ? It's mullah eat allah world in Afg. And right now Taliban aholes are the winners. So what is in it for us ?
1. If talking to the victors, albeit terrorists can guarantee no further Yahoo's from Afg are pushed via PoK to Kashmir, then so be it. Morally wrong, but as per raja dharma it's right. Because as per raja dharma we do not at this time have the power and resources to wage a war on Taliban.
2. If above is not possible, then we should support NRF insurgency and pit Abdul vs Mullahs, ensure porkies get sucked into this and make it their Vietnam.
What say ?
 

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Guys I think we all know talibs are terrorists. But are the normal abduls in Afghanistan so much better ? It's mullah eat allah world in Afg. And right now Taliban aholes are the winners. So what is in it for us ?
1. If talking to the victors, albeit terrorists can guarantee no further Yahoo's from Afg are pushed via PoK to Kashmir, then so be it. Morally wrong, but as per raja dharma it's right. Because as per raja dharma we do not at this time have the power and resources to wage a war on Taliban.
2. If above is not possible, then we should support NRF insurgency and pit Abdul vs Mullahs, ensure porkies get sucked into this and make it their Vietnam.
What say ?
We should not really be tempted to give economic 'aid'. With the 3 billion USD spent there, we could've bought so many Paki generals, Talibfags(both "good" and "bad"), and Northern Alliance guys. Don't waste money on amnesty from societies that are not really interested in you or your ways of life instead invest them on people in power to get what you want.
 

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We should not really be tempted to give economic 'aid'. With the 3 billion USD spent there, we could've bought so many Paki generals, Talibfags(both "good" and "bad"), and Northern Alliance guys. Don't waste money on amnesty from societies that are not really interested in you or your ways of life instead invest them on people in power to get what you want.
Plus, it is pretty much guaranteed that the aid you give will go down the drain because you won't really have any control over what happens to that aid after it leaves your country.

Virtually no one will dispute the fact that the Afghanistan War was just to launder money. Of the $3 trillion, most went to US consultants and defense contractors who became immensely wealthy. In return they paid good baksheesh to the corrupt politicians who gave them their contracts.
 

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No, a UK based firm provides the paper on which the Indian currency is printed. The firm's name is de la rue.
No it does not.. The UK firm de la rue used to provide paper till 2010.. Now they don't
 

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We should not really be tempted to give economic 'aid'. With the 3 billion USD spent there, we could've bought so many Paki generals, Talibfags(both "good" and "bad"), and Northern Alliance guys. Don't waste money on amnesty from societies that are not really interested in you or your ways of life instead invest them on people in power to get what you want.
Oh, I am not talking about economic aid, I am talking about supplying weapons & ammo to NRF and northern alliance
 

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Mullah Baradar was physically attacked by Khalil Haqqani at Kabul palace in early September, followed by shooting that killed and wounded a number of bodyguards, reports Bloomberg.


 

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Mullah Baradar was physically attacked by Khalil Haqqani at Kabul palace in early September, followed by shooting that killed and wounded a number of bodyguards, reports Bloomberg.


Too many people got excited about the ISI chief getting "pulled up" by Bajwa, all probably the usual pakistan dramabazi which everyone seems to fall for even though it's just a repeat of before.

Pakistan is clearly in control in Afghanistan and Biradhar's sidelining just shows how much.
 

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