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Editorial: The deception game

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Pakistani media reported that Taliban’s delegation during visit to Islamabad hinted to resume the stalled peace talks if key Taliban prisoners held in Afghanistan and Pakistan, were released…

Editorial: Power bomb

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Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) is all set to drop power bill bomb on consumers. Spokesman for the state-run electricity distribution company, Wahidullah Tawhidi, said that tariff on…

Editorial: Hope is alive

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There is no denying to the stark reality that Afghan government is caught between devil and the deep blue see as it had failed to meet public expectations….

Editorial: National interests at stake

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Since ouster from power, the Taliban for the first time sent an official delegation to Islamabad to discuss issues pertaining to Afghan refugees in Pakistan and situation in…

Editorial: Saviors in danger

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Numerous non-profit organizations are working in Afghanistan to help the war-hit nation in this turbulent time. Some of the local non-governmental organizations may have earned bad reputation for…

Editorial: Feeding on corruption

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Corruption in this country is no myth but a living beast destroying the very infrastructure. It is eating the social fabric up. Despite huge claims of the past…

Editorial: Sanctions against Pakistan needed

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Pakistan announced to support the international community in the war against terrorism. The pledge was made at the stage but behind the curtain, Islamabad is still harboring and…

Editorial: Energy-starving industries

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Afghanistan is a consumer country. Imports are more than exports. The country is also dependent on donations and foreign assistance. Agriculture is the major sector that provides jobs…

Editorial: Nipping terrorism

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The deadliest attack in the history of the capital city after fall of the Taliban regime would continue to haunt the nation for years. The nation is still…

Editorial: Talks for talks

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Afghan peace process is continuously dragged on by the international and regional players. Giving length to the reconciliation drive is in their larger interests, but costs lives and…