No other country has formally recognised the Taliban government, which has been criticised over human rights violations and crushing women's rights.
The Afghan mission said it ceased operations on Sept 30 and had hoped for a positive change in the Indian government's stance to resume normal operations.
While the confusion persists in India over the Afghan embassy and lots of Afghan nationals in India are seeking visa extensions, China is pursuing the Taliban.
The ban triggered global condemnation and remains the Taliban's biggest obstacle to gaining recognition as the legitimate rulers of Afghanistan.
Furthermore, the actions of the Pakistani military against former PM Imran Khan have raised concerns that Islamabad is unable to control its internal turmoil.
The numbers released by an Islamabad-based think tank were lower than the 147 attacks claimed by the outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan.
The Pakistan army said they conducted a raid on a militant hideout in Tirah valley of Khyber district along with the border with Afghanistan where a soldier and a militant were killed early Friday.
A host of incriminating digital devices were recovered during the searches at three locations in Maharashtra and one location each in the other three states,the NIA said.
The outfit, which is believed to be close to Al-Qaeda, has been blamed for several deadly attacks across Pakistan.
Batter Firooza Amiri and her family were from the oasis city of Herat, then the third-largest city in Afghanistan with an estimated population of about 500,000.
The attack happened in Bannu, a district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan, the military said in a statement.
This comes a week after the minister, Mohammad Khalid Hanafi, visited the province and told officials and religious clerics that women haven’t been adhering to the correct way of wearing the hijab.
The attack occurred in the Asman Manza area of the South Waziristan tribal district bordering Afghanistan when armed TTP militants opened fire at a convoy.
In the two years since, Taliban authorities have imposed their strict interpretation of Islam, with women bearing the brunt of laws the United Nations has termed "gender apartheid".
A slew of bans on Afghan girls and women dominated the Taliban's second year in charge. Foreign governments, rights groups, and global bodies condemned the restrictions.
Today, what exactly happened that night is at the center of a bitter international custody dispute over an orphaned baby found amid the rubble.
Saturday’s bonfire saw hundreds of dollars worth of musical gear go up in smoke — much of it collected from wedding halls in the city.
In early May, two Afghan female staff of an international non-governmental organization were arrested by Taliban forces at an airport because they were travelling without a male companion.
It’s the latest curb on the rights and freedoms of Afghan women and girls, following edicts barring them from education, public spaces and most forms of employment.
According to the report, since the takeover in mid-August 2021 and until the end of May, 1,095 people were killed in attacks in Afghanistan.