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Imperatives to Improve Afghanistan, India Business linkages: A policy perspective

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By Mr. Shokrullah Amiri: SHOKRULLAH AMIRI, HEAD OF PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT AT PRESIDENT OF AFGHANISTAN’S OFFICE WRITES ON THE IMPERATIVES TO IMPROVE AFGHANISTAN-INDIA BUSINESS LINKAGES The objective here is…

Regional spy agencies striving to replace Taliban with Daesh: Senators

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AT-KABUL: Members of senate claim that the regional intelligence agencies are trying to replace Taliban with Daesh terrorist network in the country, an allegation came after the Taliban…

Solutions remain elusive in conflict-weary Afghanistan

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By IHSANULLAH OMARKHAIL-Invaded many times throughout its history, Afghanistan has been a major battleground for successive empires. The Russians and the British used it as a buffer zone…

Rashid Khan an inspiration for young Afghans

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By Ezzatullah Mehrdad-Magic of Rashid Khan, Afghanistan’s pride, continues in the world of cricket games, inspiring young Afghans to become athlete and champion. Rashid Khan Arman, 19-year old…

‘Everybody is scared’: Pakistani media fighting — and losing — battle with ‘extreme’ censorship

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By Daud Khattak and Frud Bezhan-Military rule, religious extremism, and war have long made Pakistan one of the world’s toughest beats for journalists. But Pakistani reporters say free…

Opinion: Election woes

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By Afrasiab Khattak-Despite several bad omens, hiccups and uncertainties election season has finally arrived. Electoral machine has started rolling. Election Commission has announced schedule for the general elections…

Black scorpion smuggling in Afghanistan is big business

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KABUL: The trade of scorpion hunting in Afghanistan, though unregistered, has been around for years but has become a lucrative business in the past few months. A local…

The role of education in Afghanistan

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By Mujtaba Qasim Khan-As far as my views are concerned on the role of education in Afghanistan, Education is a weapon for every difficult war through which we…

Afghanistan towards economic growth

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By Ahmad Sahil-Since the collapse of Taliban regime Afghanistan relied on donors like International Community, World Bank and International Monetary fund (IMF). Afghan Government received trillions of $USD…

What blows punch journalists in Afghanistan?

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By Abdullah Abed-Afghanistan continues to remain in newsrooms, making headlines due to ongoing war, explosions, high-profile attacks, beheadings, record high civilians’ death toll, sever poverty, corruption, drugs, violence…