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  • Editorial: Poisoning of educationEditorial: Poisoning of educationCorruption and mismanagement are the prominent areas where Afghan policymakers, politicians and authorities had given good results and progress. One cannot label them all as corrupt. There is still Read More
  • Policewoman shot dead in KandaharPolicewoman shot dead in KandaharAT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: An armed man riding a motorcycle shot dead a policewoman Wednesday in Kandahar city, capital of the southern province with the same name, an official said. The incident
  • NDS foils terror attack in KabulNDS foils terror attack in KabulAT-KABUL: The National Directorate of Security (NDS) foiled a major terrorist attack by arresting three would-be suicide bombers linked with Haqqani network in Kabul city, it said Wednesday. In a
  • MPs ask govt to execute criminalsMPs ask govt to execute criminalsBy Akhtar M. Nikzad-KABUL: In a bid to decrease the heavy crimes in the country, lawmakers in the Lower House of Parliament on Wednesday called on President Ashraf Ghani to implement his commitments
  • International Day of Midwife marked in KabulInternational Day of Midwife marked in KabulAT-KABUL: The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on Wednesday commemorated the International Day of Midwife under the theme of ‘Women and Newborns: the

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Policewoman shot dead in Kandahar
Policewoman shot dead in Kandahar

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: An armed man riding a motorcycle shot dead a policewoman Wednesday in Kandahar city, capital of the southern province with the same name, an official said. The incident Read More

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Pakistan must act to control militancy in Afghanistan, says expert
Pakistan must act to control militancy in Afghanistan, says expert

The political transition in Afghanistan in 2014 has led to a turbulent phase in that war-torn country and the withdrawal of foreign forces has resulted in high civilian and police casualties. Radha Read More

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Provinces

2 killed, 3 injured in Laghman traffic accident
2 killed, 3 injured in Laghman traffic accident

AT-KABUL: At least two passengers were killed and three others injured in eastern Laghman province, when a car crashed into a truck on Kabul-Jalalabad highway on Sunday morning, an official said. Read More

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Editorial: Poisoning of education
Editorial: Poisoning of education

Corruption and mismanagement are the prominent areas where Afghan policymakers, politicians and authorities had given good results and progress. One cannot label them all as corrupt. There is still Read More

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A kick in the teeth or a new intrigue

The atrocities faced by the nation are showing no signs of ending. There is no lull in the grief and troubles of the nation. We have been watching the show of bloodshed and terror for the past four Read More

  • Editorial: Poisoning of education Corruption and mismanagement are the prominent areas where Afghan policymakers, politicians and authorities had given good results and progress. One c...
  • Policewoman shot dead in Kandahar AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: An armed man riding a motorcycle shot dead a policewoman Wednesday in Kandahar city, capital of the southern province with t...
  • NDS foils terror attack in Kabul AT-KABUL: The National Directorate of Security (NDS) foiled a major terrorist attack by arresting three would-be suicide bombers linked with Haqqani n...

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    Better late than never

    By Mansoor Faizy-International Women’s Day is annually held on March 8. It is aimed to celebrate achievements of women across nations. In other words the day is commemorated globally to honor Read More

  • Afghanistan: Stop calling for more wars
    Afghanistan: Stop calling for more wars

    It is not anti-Americanism for Afghans to question the US military presence and the 'war on terror' in Afghanistan. The Taliban has rejected the Afghan government's offer for peace talks as "futile" Read More

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