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Editorial: Victims of war

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Afghan civilians have been frequently victimized by the so-called “operations against terrorism” launched by the US-led international coalition forces since the beginning of the operations for 15 years….

Editorial: Peace or war

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War is always ugly. It has no other face whether just or unjust. Thus, peace is peace. It cannot be made with one group while leaving the others…

Editorial: EU aid policy

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As the Afghan authorities have geared up for two-day summit in Brussels to secure the targeted aid of $4 billion, the European Union is secretly planning to make…

Editorial: Shared responsibility

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Fighting terrorism is a shared responsibility of the South Asian countries as well as the international community. Genuine commitment and sincere efforts can ensure long-lasting peace and stability…

Editorial: Propaganda war

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Pakistan is engaged in a continued propaganda war against Afghanistan and India as the key regional and global players are trying to isolate Pakistan for its support to…

Editorial: Electoral picture

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Parliamentary and district councils’ polls have been pushed back by the government as the unity government leaders wanted to inject heavy dose of reforms in the ailing electoral…

Editorial: Political problems

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The so-called National Unity Government is said to have lost legitimacy, creating problems that have encouraged some politicians and lawyers to give advice how to get out of…

Editorial: Anti-terror cooperation

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Terrorism is wrecking havoc in different parts of the world. No one is feeling safe in the modern world which has become global village. Not only Asia and…

Editorial: Ailing SAARC

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The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has been regularly slammed for its inability to address key regional issues such as terrorism, insecurity, poverty, unified banking system,…

Editorial: Fighting illiteracy

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Illiteracy rate is too high in Afghanistan. The country direly needs well-educated people in different sectors to become self-sufficient as currently people of different nationalities are working here…