- Major terror attacks in Kabul this yearAbout 15 people were killed and 45 others injured in a terrorist attack on a private American-run university in Kabul on Wednesday night. Seven students were among those killed while 36 college Read More
- No more crossing of Afghans into Pakistan without travel documents: PakistanThose wishing to cross the Afghan border into Pakistan without travel documents will not be allowed in, Pakistan’s adviser to the prime minister on foreign affairs told the Senate standing committee
- 22 Insurgents Killed, 21 Wounded During Military OperationsAbout 22 Taliban militants were killed and 21 were injured during mopping-up operations led by Afghan security forces in 11 provinces of the country in the past 24 hours. Ministry of National
- Afghans widely condemn attack on American university in KabulKABUL: Afghans from all walks of life have strongly denounced the terrorist attack on an American-run university in Kabul which claimed over a dozen lives after 10 hours of fighting. In the deadly
- Afghanistan’s ‘Achilles’ Gives His Life To Save StudentsOne of Afghanistan's leading crack commanders, Lieutenant Mohammed Akbar, was killed in Wednesday night's attack on the American University in Afghanistan – a loss that is seen as a great tragedy to
The death toll from a powerful earthquake that shook central Italy rose to 247 on Thursday, officials said, as rescuers desperately searched for survivors in the rubble of devastated mountain Read More
- Cricket : A ‘unifying force’ in war-ravaged AfghanistanJuly 18, 2016
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- Lalchand Rajput to lead Afghan Cricket teamJune 25, 2016
- Karzai praises free fight champion HotakJune 22, 2016
- PCB TO INVITE AFGHANISTAN PLAY CRICKET IN QUETTAMay 20, 2016
- Mubariz defeats one of Russian MMA champions Maksim KatkovMay 9, 2016
- Taekwondo provides more practical self-defenseApril 29, 2016
- SCOTLAND TO HOST AFGHANISTAN IN EDINBURGHApril 26, 2016
Nearly 1,000 Afghan refugees detained in Pakistan AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: As many as 1,000 Afghan refugees were detained by Pakistani police in Punjab district of Pakistan, media reports said Saturd...
Pakistan nurturing ISIS in Afghanistan to gain access to Central Asia: Faizi AT-KABUL: Following conflicting reports on presence of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) fighters in Afghanistan, spokesman to the ex-Preside...
Shah Rukh Khan gifts bike to Afghan American WASHINGTON: For Najira, an Afghan American and her husband Jimmy Sunday night would remain etched on their memory as a memorable time in their life. T...
Major terror attacks in Kabul this year About 15 people were killed and 45 others injured in a terrorist attack on a private American-run university in Kabul on Wednesday night. Seven studen...
No more crossing of Afghans into Pakistan without travel documents: Pakistan Those wishing to cross the Afghan border into Pakistan without travel documents will not be allowed in, Pakistan’s adviser to the prime minister on fo...
22 Insurgents Killed, 21 Wounded During Military Operations About 22 Taliban militants were killed and 21 were injured during mopping-up operations led by Afghan security forces in 11 provinces of the country i...
Pakistan the Biggest Supporter of International Terrorism! From its establishment based on religious ideology, Pakistan has attempted to use religious extremism and terrorism as tools, in addition Read More
Collaborating with Tokyo on the port project could serve as a springboard for New Delhi to develop credible partnerships with external stakeholders, and elevate its political and economic profile in Read More
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Abdul Zuhoor Qayomi-Shah Bubo Jan Palace is in the list of most prominent historical buildings constructed in the rule of the late king of Afghanistan, Ameer Abdul Rahman Khan. The palace which was Read More
“Eighty percent women do not observe birth spacing in Afghanistan,”— Dr. Hamida By Akhtar M. Nikzad-In Afghanistan, people mostly want to have several children. Some link this mindset to religion Read More