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Let’s be optimistic

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The dawn of Monday brought some bad news for the nation including attack on the Indian consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif and two suicide blasts in the capital city, Kabul….

Security failures

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There has been much hullabaloo over the upcoming quadrilateral meeting in Islamabad in mid-January. It is believed that Afghanistan, US, China and Pakistan would discuss ways to device…

The mantra of first

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Miracles seldom take place in the power corridors of Kabul, the recent statement of President Ashraf Ghani about the Wolesi Jirga and the district council elections could augur…

National heroes

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Afghan soccer team had registered landmark victory in the semi-final of South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Cup Championship while hammering Sri Lanka. Afghanistan is all set to repeat…

Russia’s military support

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Russia is more prominent in Afghanistan’s history than any other nation-state. Proximity and relations of the two countries dominate the contemporary history. Once upon a time, Moscow was…

Cost of free speech

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The Reporters Without Borders, a watchdog, reported on Tuesday that this year 110 journalists were killed in the line of duty.  Since 2005, as many as 787 journalists…

Beyond comprehension

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The United States as so-called global leader on war against terrorism is clueless on how to end the Afghan war without losing the gains that she had made….

Self-sufficiency in wheat production

Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) has claimed that the country would become self-sufficient in wheat production by 2020. The deputy minister of agriculture Mir Amanuddin Haidari…

Boundless friendship

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Since times immemorial, Afghans and Indians have welcomed each other with open arms. The two nations are bonded together in common culture, history and interests. Both nations have…

Moscow against Daesh

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Russia’s Special Envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Zamir Kabulov, said that his country was sharing intelligence about Daesh with the Taliban insurgents. The diplomat believes that it would…