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Editorial: Afghan women yet to get rights

The women of Afghanistan are also celebrating the Universal Women Day at the time when they are mourning losses of their nears and dears. With every passing day violent and terror acts are rising in the already war devastated Afghanistan. Amidst threats to their and children lives, the Afghan women …

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Editorial: Minting money through bilateral trade

The already sinking bilateral trade between Afghanistan and Pakistan likely to another jolt when a large number of traders, transporters and drivers are accusing the high ups in government of demanding huge amount in bribe and in return now they threatening of ceasing business. Earlier, most of traders, transporters and …

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Editorial: Helmand bloodshed

Amidst continue peace talks in Doha Qatar, militants have made massive attacks against a military base at Shorab in Southern Helmand province. The Taliban leaders have claimed responsibility for recent deadly attacks in Helmand and are making different claims pertained to inflicting of huge human and logistic losses to Afghan …

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ED: Heavy rains, floods made miserable lives

Heavy torrential rains across Afghanistan has badly affected already war stricken, terror and violence civilians. Preliminary reports reveal that scores of people were injured and around one dozen killed only in Kandahar province. Similar are reports from Central Ghor, Farah, Helmand and Bamiyan provinces. The reports from Kandahar reveal that …

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Editorial: Doha Talks suspension

Amidst conflicting points of views, the talks between US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad and opposition Taliban political office suspended on Thursday, and will resume today. Taliban spokesperson says that talks suspended due to deviation of US negotiation team from what he called two main topics and started discussing “irrelevant” …

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Editorial: Indo-Pak tension

The tension between two neighboring South Asian countries India and Pakistan escalating day by day causing wide range unrest throughout the region. From last two days both the countries are making claims of inflicting huge logistic and human losses to each others in air strikes. Pakistani authorities Wednesday claimed shooting …

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Editorial: Doha progress

Amidst growing tension in South Asia, US Special envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad is engaged in peace talks with the Taliban political office at Doha Qatar. Soon after landing in Doha, Dr. Khalilzad has held first ever face to face talks with Taliban tehrik co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Biradar and termed …

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Editorial: Resuming talks at Doha

Prior to resuming of peace dialogues at Doha Qatar, media made reports regarding US and Russia’s willingness of lifting ban on movement of Taliban leaders and departure from Pakistan and landing of Taliban Tehrik co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Biradar at Doha. Both the developments, hopefully would pose positive impacts on …

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Editorial: Collateral losses, damages

Amidst resuming of talks between US Special Envoy and Taliban leaders at Doha, Qatar from Monday, former President Hamid Karzai has shown sever resentment over targeting of civilian population in military’s retaliatory actions against what the government called militants. The talks believed to be results oriented in the wake of …

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ED: Presidential polls vs Peace Process

Overwhelming majority, especially socio-politico, religious and communal leadership is engaged in preparations and campaigning in connection with fourth Presidential polls, schedule to be held in coming July. As a result, it posing bad or negative impacts on US brokered Peace Process which in the wake of recent developments seems to …

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