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Rokhsana’s tragic tale and the threats posed by ignorance

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By Rooh-ul-Amin Rukhsana was stoned to death. And her fiancé was flogged. The couple’s only crime was “love and elopement”, a matter of family honor. She defied marrying…

Still not really late: society building in Afghanistan

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By Hakim Ahmadzai-It is improbable that any nation could be entirely independent and self-sufficient. Afghanistan needs international assistance; however, it ought to decide its own fate. It is…

China flexing muscles in Afghanistan

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By Sher Jan-Napoleon once said that, “When China awakes the world will tremble.” China is one of the strategically most important neighbors of Afghanistan. The rapid expansion of…

The dreams of light are chasing my eyes, now

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By Nabi Zeerakyar Last month, I had the opportunity to visit Bacha Khan Markaz in Peshawar and meet a number of key Awami National Party (ANP) leaders. ANP…

Afghanistan’s meticulousness and Pakistan’s honey-tongued promises

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Ali Jan Khan Contrary to its pledges and commitments regarding helping resolution to long standing Afghan conflict and return of peace and stability in the already war stricken…

9 Daesh rebels eliminated in Achin, 7 in Haska Mena

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At least nine Islamic State (IS) fighters have been killed and 30 others wounded during an ongoing operation in the Achin district of eastern Nangarhar province, an official…

War on Terror: What has the UK achieved in Afghanistan?

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Prime Minister David Cameron is known for his politically astute and vigilant speaking, especially on matters pertaining to war against terrorism. He overstretched his political brief awfully in…

The fall of Kunduz: Should India help Afghanistan militarily?

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Over the past few weeks, Kunduz, a province in northern Afghanistan, has broken through the global news cycles as Taliban fighters overran the region and took control in…

Kundoz is not destination?

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Ali Jan Khan-Rulers and policy makers in neighbouring Pakistan left with no option other than denouncing IS militants when they ahead with fingers from rest of the world…

Pak-Afghan after Kunduz

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Afrasiab Khattak After the extremely deep involvement of the Pakistani state in Afghan “Jihad” in 1980s (subsequently recognized to be the largest covert US anti communist operation) and…