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Editorial: Reckless disregard

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Hopes and dreams of nearly 90 people were shattered when they could not make it to their destination because of two separate traffic accidents due to the recklessly…

Editorial: Clenched fists

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Afghan girls and women saw improvement in their lives after fall of the Taliban’s regime but most of the achievements are limited to major cities where writ of…

Editorial: Winter schedules

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The National Unity Government must draw schedule how to deal with challenges posing during winter season in the country. We need to have schedule in every section, especially…

Editorial: Sports need encouragement

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Afghans are surrounded by scores of security, political and economic problems that are unfortunately increasing. Despite these problems, sport can be the only thing that is lightening as…

Editorial: Think before deporting

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It is very clear that thousands of Afghans, especially the youngsters of the country took illegal ways to reach European countries. Inadequate livelihood opportunities, unbearable poverty, exponentially growing…

Editorial: Polio vaccination

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Optimistically, it seems that Afghanistan is putting steps forward to be declared as a polio free state because vaccinator teams had increased their accessibility to drop vaccine to…

Editorial: Removing sanctions

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After nearly two years of formal and informal negotiations, President Ashraf Ghani and Hizb-e-Islami Afghanistan’s (HIA) leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar formally signed the long-awaited peace agreement. The HIA considers…

Editorial: Stop being quarrelsome persons

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The Milad-un-Nabi, (the birth day of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) was observed Sunday all over the world. It is celebrated in the third month of the Islamic calendar. Aimed…

Editorial: Carter’s last Kabul visit

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The US defense secretary Ashton Carter landed Kabul on Friday for an unannounced visit. During the visit which would be probably the last one of Mr. Carter as…

Editorial: Decoys and mules

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The United States has spent nearly $7.6 billion on the counter narcotics operations in Afghanistan. But the efforts failed to rein in illicit-drugs production, smuggling and consumption. The…