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Afghanistan fell to Taliban




While it is a moment of euphoria for the Talibani, it’s a moment of horror for countless others in Afghanistan now. The chaotic scene at the Kabul Airport reveals how people are intensely panicked and confused. Big powers like USA UK, Canada, India are also scrambling to flee the state.

The rapid evacuation initiatives taken by those big countries imply they are utterly powerless. Of course, the fact that the Taliban captured Afghanistan without much bloodshed itself is a very serious concern. Something must be cooking in the pot of militancy.

It is a big lesson to be learned by other neighboring countries. Please note, Taliban can surge towards Pakistan and a lot more things could happen. I don’t want to stir hornet’s nest, but we must be careful that they sting those who don’t listen to their hard laws.

Will Nobel laureate Malala raise her head and speak out? At least for those all hapless women in Afghanistan who will be forced to bury all their individuality and potentialities at one go. The UNO should not veil its head in shame!


A well know figure, Salil Gewali’s significantly philosophical write-ups command high admiration of the readers of the Northeastern India. Started as a freelancer in the late 1980’s, his articles are read with awe and appreciation. A post graduate in English Literature, Salil Gewali rose to fame for his excellent research-based book — entitled ‘Great minds on India’ which has already earned worldwide appreciation, and recently prefaced by a world-acclaimed NASA Chief Scientist – Dr. Kamlesh Lulla of Houston, USA. First published in Xerox-format in 1998 and finally brought out in the printed form in 2009, ‘Great minds on India’ has already been translated into eleven languages.

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