Growing insecurity and suicide attacks in Kabul
Insecurity has been plaguing across the country particularly during the past six months. There have been reports of Taliban’s coordinated attacks in different parts of Afghanistan whereas our p.... READ MORE
Insecurity mars tourism in Afghanistan: MoIC
KABUL: Officials in the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) say insecurity, lack of land and air transportation and inattention of private sector on tourism are the main factors that imped.... READ MORE
MoLS signs agreement to train carpet weavers
KABUL: To produce more professional workers in the country, Ministry of Labors and Social Affairs (MoLS) on Wednesday signed pact with a private firm to train around 270 carpet weavers in north-e.... READ MORE
UK deploys Watchkeeper drones to Afghanistan
The British Army has deployed its state-of-the-art Watchkeeper unmanned air system in Afghanistan. The Ministry of Defence said Tuesday the drones will provide “force protection” for the troo.... READ MORE
Nai asks govt to address media challenges
KABUL: Nai-Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan asked the national unity government to address challenges faced by journalists in the country. Head of Nai, Sidiqullah Tawhidi, in a press conferen.... READ MORE
Misuse of authority a grave sin: LH Speaker
KABUL: Speaker of the Lower House of the parliament Abdul Rawoof Ebrahemi on Wednesday said that misuse of authority by the government officials is a grave sin and crime....... READ MORE
First opposition party formed
KABUL: First opposition party formed on Wednesday against the newly established national unity government in the country. Chairman of the party Abdul Latif Pedram said the opposition party was e.... READ MORE
8 killed, 21 injured in Kabul suicide blasts
KABUL: At least eight people including seven Afghan National Army (ANA) troops were killed and 21 persons were injured in two different suicide blasts on Wednesday in Kabul province....... READ MORE
Sports & Show Biz
Hindukush Eagles in Premier Le
KABUL: The Hindukush Eagles have edged past Maiwand Club in a hotly-co Read More...
Afghanistan beat South Wales b
KABUL: Currently visiting Australia as part of preparations for the Wo Read More...
Seminar launched to improve sk
KABUL: To improve taekwondo skills and to introduce updated techniques Read More...
Turkmenistan bracing for 2017
ASHGABAT: Turkmenistan is gearing up well to host Asian indoor and mar Read More...
Shah Rukh Khan gifts bike to A
WASHINGTON: For Najira, an Afghan American and her husband Jimmy Sunda Read More...
The Women of Afghanistan Sing
In Afghanistan, there is little effort to combat derogatory and belitt Read More...
Actor and director Richard Att
Oscar-winning British film director Richard Attenborough has died at t Read More...
Indira Gandhi assassination: C
India has blocked the release of a film on the assassination of former Read More...
Swedish Committee vows to continue supporting Afghanistan
KABUL: Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) vows to continue its humanitarian and development assistance for Afghanistan for more three decades to help the country’s more vulnerable people through its educational, health and livelihood projects....
Democracy: Headways, barriers in last decade
KABUL: After the collapse of the Taliban regime, Afghanistan embraced new system—democracy. Afghan people stepped toward democracy to enjoy its fruit, but barriers marred progress of the newborn democratic system as many public expectations have not bee....
Iran and blame the victim game
Tehran is continuously interfering in Afghanistan and pressurizing Kabul under one pretext or the other. Iran’s meddling into our internal affairs while giving it name of concern as Tehran did it recently when its ambassa...