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Culturally globalised

By Zulfiqar Shah-Neither languages, nor nations are pure. We together are inter-woven. This is the second foundation for the contemporary globalization. Anglicans are colonized in North America, Asia, Africa, Australia, and Europe. Spanish, French, Portuguese-Dutch are colonized in South America, North America, Africa, and Asia; linguistic Slav connectivity with East …

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The unfair war on Afghans

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad-Brothers, father, wife, students, colleagues, friends and acquaintances participated in mourning of Rahmatullah Haseeb Nasiry, a lecturer of the American University of Afghanistan, who was killed in the Wednesday’s truck bombing in Kabul. Nasiry was the father of a two-year old girl.   On Wednesday truck bombing, about …

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Kabul city has became a military base, it looks like a prison

By Zahidullah Jelani-Over the past decade, Kabul has become one of the world’s fastest-growing cities. The falling of the Taliban in 2001 and the hope of reliable security and economic possibilities attract many Afghans to move here, people displaced by fighting in the countryside, refugees returning from Pakistan and Iran, …

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CAP practical cooperation dialogue held in Beijing

AT-KABUL: The first meeting of the China-Afghanistan-Pakistan (CAP) Practical Cooperation Dialogue was held in Beijing, the capital city of China, on Saturday. In this meeting, three countries discussed regional cooperation with a focus on infrastructure projects to advance practical cooperation in various areas and to promote mutual benefit and regional …

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Editorial: Evil designs

Undoubtedly, the southern Kandahar province have been remained relatively safe over the past few years, at a time even provinces around it have not been safe from the Taliban’s resurgence. Once, the province was known as a hub of the Taliban’s activity, but ground situation changed as security improved in …

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Pashtun profiling

Even their Pakistani Identity Cards wouldn’t help them as Punjab police and Federal Investigation Agency would block these cards after their arrests. By Afrasiab Khattak-It is official now. The Punjab police has issued written instructions to its personnel to keep an eye on people with Pashtun/Afghan dresses and food habits …

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US to review war strategy in Afghanistan: Mattis

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: The US Defense Secretary, James N. Mattis has said that Trump administration would review its war strategy against terrorism in Afghanistan, after holding discussion with the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and the US army commander, General John Nicholson. He added that Trump administration would consider fundamental changes …

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