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Editorial: Prospects of a timely vote

Independent Electoral Complaints Commission is not ruling out the possibility of barring more hopefuls from the October polls. A spokesman for the complaints panel has spoken of a flood of discrepancies and complaints lodged against candidates including a few of them whose cases had previously been adjudicated. The commission has …

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Editorial: A denationalized war – a travesty

A debate has been doing the rounds lately vis-à-vis privatizing the grilling war in Afghanistan, which dictates that a corrupt and unscrupulous foreign contractor take over the war on terrorism in our embattled country. Founder of the controversial firm Blackwater, Erik Prince, is trying to convince President Donald Trump to …

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Editorial: Daesh recruitments must stop

The Islamic State (IS), which is also known as Daesh terrorist outfit, is definitely posing specific security threat to Afghanistan and the world, with nowadays the notorious group is making all-out efforts to recruit female and girls to carry out subversive activities. This should not be underestimated because growing threat …

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Zalmay Khalizad—ray of hope to end violence

In a bid to materialize its commitments with rest of the world regarding return of peace and end to imposed wars and hostilities, the United States named Zalmay Khalilzad as Special Envoy to President Donald Trump on Afghanistan. Khalilzad considered well familiar is getting special assignments on Afghanistan as earlier …

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Editorial: No military solution to Afghan conflict

Erik Prince, founder of the controversial security firm Blackwater, is trying to convince President Donald Trump to privatize America’s war in Afghanistan. His pitch rejected by senior US administration officials, most notably Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, but he is not giving up with pursing his pitch for the people …

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Editorial: Sad tale of children

The uneven history of Afghanistan is a story of decades of internal conflict, corruption, drought, extreme poverty and traditionalism. Dangerous security situation coupled with poverty have made the war-torn country the worst and most dangerous place to be born. The people struggle with poverty and drought. And millions of children …

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