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Indian embassy in Kabul celebrates 66th Republic Day of India
Indian embassy in Kabul celebrates 66th Republic Day of India

AT-KABUL: The Embassy of India in Kabul celebrated the 66th Republic Day of India on Monday. A press release emailed by the Indian Embassy in Kabul said that ambassador of India, Amar Sinha hoisted Read More

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Post-traumatic stress ‘evident in 1300BC
Post-traumatic stress ‘evident in 1300BC

Evidence of post-traumatic stress disorder can be traced back to 1300BC - much earlier than previously thought - say researchers. The team at Anglia Ruskin University analysed translations from Read More

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Provinces

Bamiyan residents protest highway insecurity
Bamiyan residents protest highway insecurity

AT-KABUL: In the aftermath of increasing insecurity in highway connecting the capital city Kabul with the central Bamiyan province, a number of residents in Bamiyan on Sunday attended a peaceful Read More

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Water resources management
Water resources management

For foreigners Afghanistan is a country with rough terrain where huge chunk of lands are barren due to lack of water resources. But the reality is entirely different, because even borders of Read More

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Kabul Weather Updates

Current conditions for Kabul as of Tue, 27 Jan 2015 3:20 pm AFT

Fair

High: 11° Low: -1°

Fair

Feels like: 4 °C

Barometer: 1015.92 mb and steady

Humidity: 16%

Visibility: 9.99 km

Dewpoint: -1 °C

Wind: 4.83 km/h

Sunrise: 6:56 am

Sunset: 5:17 pm

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  • The historical Tapa-e-Tajbeg Palace
    The historical Tapa-e-Tajbeg Palace

    Abdul Zuhoor Qayomi: The Tap-e-Tajbeg Palace is one of the historical buildings built in 1795, in the era of Shah Zaman. Now it has been quietly changed in to a ruin due to civil wars in the capital Read More

  • Afghan women seek end to culture of impunity
    Afghan women seek end to culture of impunity

    By Akhtar M. Nikzad: Three decades of chaos in Afghanistan, poverty, lawlessness, social taboos, sexual prejudice and culture of impunity are the major factors that impede the drive to end violence Read More

  • Bagh-e-Bala Palace regains its colors
    Bagh-e-Bala Palace regains its colors

    Abdul Zuhoor Qayomi Historians and nature lovers know how graceful Bagh-e-Bala Palace is because its dazzling dooms could be seen from far away. Vineyard and tall pine trees are adding colors to the Read More

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  • A global warning
    A global warning

    Ahmad Bin Shafar We are living in a world where climate change has evolved from a theory to a reality. From annual typhoons in the Philippines, to the flooding in North India and Pakistan earlier Read More

  • Child labor and stagnant policies
    Child labor and stagnant policies

    Opinion by Mir Safyan Khilji Child labor has number of definitions and different people have different concepts about the issue. However according to International Labor Organization “Child labor Read More

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