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Editorial: Democracy in return of blood

Finally, first phase of third parliamentary elections held throughout Afghanistan except Kandahar and Ghazni provinces, which could be considered a good omen. It confirms faith and trust of war-stricken Afghans in democratic and political process as well. But the Afghans for maintaining their trust in democracy and political process have …

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Editorial: Crossing point tensions

Couple of days again tension erupted on Afghan Pakistan crossing point at Spin Boldak, connecting Kandahar with Baluchistan, resulting in halting of cross point movement and bilateral trade for around three days. The tension erupted when officers and officials of Afghanistan security forces made objection over fencing of controversial Durand …

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Editorial: US without Sino-Russia

Though tall claims are being made regarding return of peace and ending to hostilities in Afghanistan, in the wake of recent talks between US Special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and Taliban leaders in Doha of Qatar. But the question arise that whether it is possible for US to materialize its such …

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Editorial: Threats to media

France, Paris based Reporters Sans Frontiers (RSF) called on Afghanistan government to take more steps for the safety of Journalists and other media workers on the eve of Parliamentary elections, scheduled to be held on October 20. The RSF is working for the safety of media workers throughout the world …

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ED: Hard days for PTM

The ingeniously established Pakhtoon Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) is ahead with hard days as Pakistani organs initiated acts and actions against its leading members. At least nine of its leading members from Swabi have been arrested on the charges of arranging a rally without permission on August 10 last and using …

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Editorial: Terror in both sides of Durand Line

On a single day, terrorists attacked on security forces in both sides of Durand Line, causing lives to around three dozens and injuries to scores of others. In Northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan, the militants attacked a security check post, killing at least 25 personnel of security forces defending the …

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Editorial: Resumes functioning

At last Pakistan has announced re-opening of its consulate in Jalalabad, capital of eastern Nanghar province that not only has crossing points with Pakistan but also hosting millions of Shinwaris, Afridis’s, Saafis, Ahmadzais and Yousafzais who are linked in relations with their brethrens, residing across the Durand Line. The consulate …

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Editorial: Alarming violence

Violent acts aimed at sabotaging the political and democratic process in Afghanistan now touching its peak. Increasing violent acts, especially deadly suicide attacks against civilians, candidates and their supporters has not only put at stake reputation of Afghan government but becoming a huge question before US, UN and other members …

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Editorial: Conquest of conflict

United States Special Representative for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad is visiting Pakistan amidst hectic electioneering process in war stricken country with hopes of getting positive response in favor of calls for return of peace and an end to terror. Prior to landing of Khalilzad in Islamabad, Pakistan media highlighted Taliban’s threats …

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Editorial; Drought is a serious alarm

Drought and shortage of water has been turning in to a serious concern in many countries in the recent years. Afghanistan is not an exception of the universal problem, but the difference between our country and the world is that other countries hold plans to fight this deadly problem by …

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