‘India Should Talk To Taliban Keeping Interest In Mind’


India should talk to Taliban keeping interest in mind’
Kapilvastu (Siddharthanagar). Under the aegis of the Department of Political Science, Siddharth University Kapilvastu, an online national seminar was held on the topic of the current perspective of the Afghanistan crisis and India’s challenge. Dr. Chintamani Mohapatra, Vice Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Professor of American Study Center in the School of International Studies, said that India should adopt realistic diplomacy in relation to the current Afghanistan crisis. The way the situation has changed, the closeness of Pakistan and China has happened with the Taliban regime. In that context, India should also hold talks with the Taliban keeping Indian interest in mind.
While introducing the topic in the program, Professor of Political Department of Banaras Hindu University and expert of International Politics Dr. Tej Pratap Singh said that hundreds of years ago Alexander was defeated in Afghanistan and could not return to his country. When the British umpire was at its peak, he still wanted to capture Afghanistan under the Great Game, he also lost and gradually the British umpire became weak. Presiding over the former vice-chancellor of Siddharth University, Prof. Surendra Dubey said that India has always considered Taliban a terrorist, but in the changing environment, India should increase dialogue with Taliban.
Dr. Suresh Narayan Singh, Dr. DN Pandey, Dr. S. Kumar, Dr. Mithilesh Tripathi, Deepak Pratap Singh, Dr. Kirti, Dr. Kanhaiya, Dr. Anita Yadav, Abha Dwivedi, Dr. Vandana Gupta were present. Operation Coordinator Dr. Anuj Pratap Singh and Organizing Secretary Dr. Sarita Singh did the vote of thanks.

India should talk to Taliban keeping interest in mind’

Kapilvastu (Siddharthanagar). Under the aegis of the Department of Political Science, Siddharth University Kapilvastu, an online national seminar was held on the topic of the current perspective of the Afghanistan crisis and India’s challenge. Dr. Chintamani Mohapatra, Vice Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Professor of American Study Center in the School of International Studies, said that India should adopt realistic diplomacy in relation to the current Afghanistan crisis. The way the situation has changed, the closeness of Pakistan and China has happened with the Taliban regime. In that context, India should also hold talks with the Taliban keeping Indian interest in mind.

While introducing the topic in the program, Professor of Political Department of Banaras Hindu University and expert of International Politics Dr. Tej Pratap Singh said that hundreds of years ago Alexander was defeated in Afghanistan and could not return to his country. When the British umpire was at the peak, he still wanted to capture Afghanistan under the Great Game, he also lost and gradually the British umpire became weak. Presiding over the former vice-chancellor of Siddharth University, Prof. Surendra Dubey said that India has always considered Taliban a terrorist, but in the changing environment, India should increase dialogue with Taliban.

Dr. Suresh Narayan Singh, Dr. DN Pandey, Dr. S. Kumar, Dr. Mithilesh Tripathi, Deepak Pratap Singh, Dr. Kirti, Dr. Kanhaiya, Dr. Anita Yadav, Abha Dwivedi, Dr. Vandana Gupta were present. Operation Convenor Dr. Anuj Pratap Singh and Organizing Secretary Dr. Sarita Singh did the vote of thanks.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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