Chabahar: A vital transit corridor
The Afghan foreign ministry on Monday said that Kabul, Tehran and New Delhi would soon sign an agreement over Iran’s Chabahar port which would reduce reliance of Afghan and Indian traders on Pa.... READ MORE
LPG price-hike: CoM directs authorities for action against h
KABUL: The Council of Ministers (CoM) on Monday discussed recent hike in prices of liquid petroleum gas (LPG). The Minister of Commerce and Industries said that the ministry was prepared to purch.... READ MORE
Government scrambles to regulate gas price amid soaring infl
KABUL: In the wake of inflation caused by the dragging political crisis, General Union of Oil and Gas Companies of Afghanistan (GUOGCA) on Monday mandated a set price of 60 Afs per kilo of gas, a.... READ MORE
86.2pc ballots audited, says IEC
KABUL: As the audit exercise is gaining momentum, the country’s election commission said on Monday almost 86.2 percent of votes from the run-off polls have been audited and the process is smoot.... READ MORE
EU alarmed over raise in violence against newsmen
KABUL: The European Union (EU) on Monday vented spleen over surge in violence against journalists and freedom of the press in Afghanistan. The EU special representative and head of delegation to .... READ MORE
UN continues responding to candidates' technical concerns on
KABUL: Even as the comprehensive audit of the presidential run-off approaches completion, the United Nations is continuing to respond to new technical issues and concerns when raised by the presi.... READ MORE
Kabul, New Delhi, Tehran inching towards Chabahar port deal,
KABUL: A senior Afghan official said on Monday that Kabul, Tehran and New Delhi are due to sign a tripartite agreement which will pave the way for Afghanistan to reach out to India through Chabah.... READ MORE
End election crisis soon: Helmand activists
LASHKARGAH: A number of civil society activists in southern Helmand province on Sunday asked the government and the two presidential candidates to pay serious attention on common masses life and .... READ MORE
Sports & Show Biz
Afghan cricket coach Kabir Kha
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Oqaban Hindukosh Defeats Mawjh
On the third day of the Roshan Afghan Premiere League (APL), Oqaban Hi Read More...
15 women take part in Bamyan c
BAMYAN: A number of females took part in a cycle race aimed at creatin Read More...
Afghanistan Coach Pleased With
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Actor and director Richard Att
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Indira Gandhi assassination: C
India has blocked the release of a film on the assassination of former Read More...
Ranbir Kapoor’s Barfi! to re
The film has released in six Japanese cities. After garnering apprecia Read More...
The Expendables 3 movie review
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Kabul Zoo: A paradise in heart of the capital city
The zoological park is located in the city center of Kabul, Afghanistan. The zoo was established in 1967 with cooperation of international community in order to identify and research on Afghan birds and wild animals. The zoo is stretched on an area of 53 ....
Coral and fish can 'smell' bad reefs
Baby corals and fish can smell the difference between good and bad reefs, according to a study based in Fiji. When offered a choice of two water samples in the lab, the animals turned away from the stench of seaweed that invades depleted reefs, but were d....
Iran and blame the victim game
Tehran is continuously interfering in Afghanistan and pressurizing Kabul under one pretext or the other. Iran’s meddling into our internal affairs while giving it name of concern as Tehran did it recently when its ambassa...