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Editorial: Mantra of violence

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Violence against women is a serious issue which has been left by the relevant authorities unaddressed, though they often repeat the mantra and give false hopes. Since ouster…

Editorial: Media tricked

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Mass media has become a reliable tool for the politicians to trick people. Media is widely used in the deadly art of character assassination and image building by…

Editorial: Real danger

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Monday marked the bloodiest day of the current solar month, Qaws. It was first day of the Quas (November 21) when a fanatic targeted the Baqer-ul Ulom mosque…

Editorial: Direct contacts

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After emergence of Daesh, known as the Islamic State in the global north, Afghanistan’s neighbors particularly Russia, China and Iran are exploring ways to stop the notorious terrorist…

Editorial: Unchecked authority

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The western introduced and backed democracy is not working in Afghanistan. Words of the powerful individuals, groups and institutions become laws in this land. If this was not…

Editorial: Power shortage

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Residents of the capital city, Kabul, have been suffering from the shortage of the electricity power for a couple of months and just prior to the cold weather…

Editorial: Climate and insurgency

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Climate change is real, whether the government accepts it as a universal truth or turns a blind eye to the stark reality. It has and would have tremendous…

Editorial: War crimes trial

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Conflicts in Afghanistan make huge part of contemporary world history. Even Americans know about the Afghan war more than the Civil War or Cold War era because it…

Editorial: Terrorist spillover

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Conflict in Afghanistan and emergence of the Islamic State, also known as Daesh, have already produced tremendous ripple effects—on the regional as well as international levels. Though most…

Editorial: Constitutional battle

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The Wolesi Jirga or Lower House of the Afghan parliament has been irked by the nineteen ministries that failed to spend the allocated development budget for the fiscal…