The lack of public information has made it a challenge for those who closely track the fate of refugees.
The MEA said Modi called for enhancing the joint fight against the nexus of radicalisation, terrorism and the smuggling of drugs and arms in the region.
Islamic State has carried out relentless assaults on the country's Shiite Muslims since emerging in eastern Afghanistan in 2014.
Afghanistan was already among the world's worst humanitarian situations prior to the Taliban assuming power in August, which has deepened existing needs and vulnerabilities.
Most girls around the country have been barred from attending secondary school, and most women have been unable to return to work.
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said the talks will also revisit the peace agreement the Taliban signed with Washington in 2020. The agreement had paved the way for the final U.S. withdrawal.
Taliban-led government's Deputy Minister of refugees and repatriation said, "This process began today and will continue, thus all (displaced) families in Kabul will go back to their provinces."
Suhail Shaheen, the Taliban spokesman, said that since the former government of Afghanistan has collapsed, its envoy cannot represent Afghanistan, it said.
The Europeans want consensus for the resolution at the council, which counts Pakistan among its 47 member countries.
The Prime Minister said there is a need to ensure that no country tries to take advantage of the delicate situation in Afghanistan and use it for its own selfish interests.
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The defence minister said that there is a widespread realisation amongst all responsible nations over the need to come together against the common challenges.
Modi said Biden’s presidency will sow the seeds for better bilateral ties and also for all democracies across the world.
Dr Prasun Chatterjee, additional professor of geriatrics, along with his NGO Healthy Aging India is providing meal to 400 Afghans in the city.
Afghanistan is scheduled to address the ongoing UN General Assembly session on September 27.
Musicians are afraid a ban will come, and some Taliban fighters on the ground have started enforcing rules on their own, harassing musicians and music venues.