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Editorial: Woman envoy to UN

Afghanistan government has named Adela Raz as new representative to United Nation couple of days back. Earlier Adela Raz was serving as Deputy Foreign Minister. It seems that in the light of her satisfactory performances as Deputy Foreign Minister Raz was assigned the task to serve Afghanistan as its Permanent …

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Editorial: Refusal after refusal

The Doha Qatar based Afghan Taliban who are in opposition to sitting government and political process in motherland have reportedly refused to shake hand with their own countrymen in US brokered peace talks to be commenced in Riyadh Saudi Arabia on January 13. The Riyadh Saudi Arabia talks are stated …

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Editorial: Now at Iran

Leaders and policy makers of opposition Taliban are now staying in Tehran, Iran, in connection with talks and debates regarding ongoing peace efforts aimed at pulling Afghanistan and its people out of over four decades state of war and hostilities. The talks seem to be continuation of recently US brokered …

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Editorial: Air pollution

 Like other Asian countries, Afghanistan is also facing air pollution problem, causing worst kind of chest and throats diseases to people, especially to thousands of dwellers from Kabul capital. In according to recent reports, almost hospitals and clinics at Kabul are jam-packed by patients facing chest, throats and other diseases. …

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Editorial: Justice must be done

Authorities in Afghanistan are investigating allegations that senior male officials have sexually and physically assaulted members of the national women’s soccer team. Attorney General’s Office has started issuing overseas travel bans over Afghanistan Football Federation president Keramuddin Karim and four other federation members after graphic details emerged of alleged sexual …

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AfPak ties under microscope

NO one can neglect the role the people can play in strengthening of bilateral relations between neighboring countries. It was the Europeans who had overthrown monarchies, helping in transforming hostile empires into united nations. Peoples of Afghanistan and Pakistan were also united at the last times of war against the …

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Editorial: Presidential polls delayed

Reportedly the presidential polls scheduled in coming April was delayed in the wake of expedited peace efforts being brokered by the United States Special Representative Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad. Recent round of talks held at Abu Dhabi whereas next round of talks is scheduled to be held in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. …

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Editorial: Durand Line fencing denounced

First ever resentment/opposition against fencing of controversial Durand Line was raised by tribesmen from Shalman area of Khyber, adjacent to Lalpura area of Nangarhar province. The tribesmen from Shalam situated on the banks of Kabul River assembled in Landikotal town, lying only five kilometers from Torkham crossing point whereas they …

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Editorial: Yet another visit

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi held another day long trip to Kabul whereas he held meetings with several high ups including his counterpart Salahuddin Rabbani. Qureshi’s trip to Kabul is part of his four country’s tour with a view to brief and consults its leaders on ongoing peace talks …

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