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Editorial: Storming the mission

Hundreds of people wait in queues before Pakistan embassy at Kabul in connection with visa have lost patience on Sunday and stormed the mission in reaction. However, the security personnel succeeded in bringing the situation under control with timely action. Sunday’s incident was not first or last or even confined …

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Editorial: Khalilzad back in Kabul

The United States Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad, working on very hard task of reconciliation in Afghanistan is again reached in Kabul after stops in Islamabad, Berlin, and Brussels. Soon after his arrival in Kabul, Khalilzad said, that he will “stay here for some time on this trip” and that he will …

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Editorial: Ghani to visit Islamabad

President Dr. Ashraf Ghani is going to make history by visiting Islamabad as he already scrambling with legitimacy as expiry of his constitutional term has already gone away in May 22nd. Earlier after assuming the office in 2014 he had made a visit to Islamabad as without any prior invitation …

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ED: Ghani to visit Islamabad

President Dr. Ashraf Ghani is going to make history by visiting Islamabad as he already scrambling with legitimacy as expiry of his constitutional term has already gone away in May 22nd. Earlier after assuming the office in 2014 he had made a visit to Islamabad as without any prior invitation …

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ED: Fighting for?

Very boldly and frankly a team of Haqqani terrorist network visited a town in District Buner near to Swabi of Pakistan couple of days back whereas they beside informing relatives of a young boy who along with several others killed in US led troops action near to Jalalabad in Nangarhar …

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Editorial: Eid with violence

Unfortunately like of previous years of around four decades, the war stricken countrymen have again celebrated Eid-ul Fiter amidst violent acts and fears of further deadly terrorist attacks. Violent acts from over the country reported and so far exact details of casualties, losses to properties, economy and other sectors are …

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Eid celebrations

The Muslims around the world have celebrated the Eid-ul-Fitr after the completion of the holy month of Ramadan and the Afghan people, who suffered a lot due to decades of conflict, also joined the festivity with hope of truce between Afghan security forces and Taliban fighters just like last year. …

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Editorial: Intensifying violence

Amidst hectic peace efforts and enthusiasm for return of peace and stability, violent acts are intensifying day by day in the already war stricken country. Latest report reveal that at least 134 personnel of law enforcing agencies and 47 civilians have been killed throughout the country during past week, now …

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Editorial: No truce so far

The second round of intra-Afghan dialogues, hosted by Russian Federation at Moscow terminated without any fruitful and positive outcomes thus making disappointed the already war stricken countrymen. However, before concluding the dialogues focused on current situation of Afghanistan and plight its people who are hostages to global powers engaged in …

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Editorial: PTM on protest

At last Pakhtoon Tahafuz Movement (PTM) leader and Member of parliament in Pakistan Mohsin Dawar surrendered himself to law enforcing agencies after four days sit in protest in Miranshah headquarter of North Waziristan bordering with Afghanistan. Mohsin and other PTM stalwarts have announced end to sit in protest in response …

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