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Editorial: Senseless violence

The recent announcement or new season of war in Afghanistan has been making no sense because the war has never been in halt to switch into new epoch. Recently the Taliban insurgents announced their annual spring offensive at a time when insurgents are already regularly launching attacks; this is hollow, …

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Editorial: Electronic ID cards distribution kicks off

President Ashraf Ghani, Vice President Sarwar Danesh and other senior government officials as well as heads of parliament’s houses received electronic ID cards on Thursday, an attempt to start the long-waited and controversial process of the national identification cards that was stuck due to view point differences. The national interests …

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Editorial: Scourge of unemployment

In the last recent years, the Afghan masses have been caught in the vise of lost employment as a result of diminish in the investment and also fragile security situation. The factor behind redundancy has a direct links to insecurity, leading to economic instability. Security concerns amid rising violence have …

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Editorial: Atrocities of daesh

The brutality, dexterity and intensity with which Islamic State parades now in Afghanistan appall and startle us more than ever. Their depravity supersedes vice. It is sad that Islamic State claims to be clinging desperately to religious doctrine. Alas, the volume of its aggression certainly corresponds neither to religious ethics …

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Editorial: Senseless terror

The Afghan media has rapidly grown with vast achievements after the collapse of the Taliban regime. In the past 17 years, free media was only starting place for the previous and incumbent governments to proud of, and also the leaders put weight behind free media. At the outset there was …

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Editorial: Peace is still a dream

The mujahedin’s interim government chaired by Sebghatollah Mojaddedi entered Kabul from Peshawar to take over the power in the wake of the Soviet-backed administration’s fall on April 28, 1992. The new government that was almost a dream for many Afghans who were opposing late Dr. Najib’s government, was expected to …

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ED: Peace is still a dream

The mujahedin’s interim government chaired by Sebghatollah Mojaddedi entered Kabul from Peshawar to take over the power in the wake of the Soviet-backed administration’s fall on April 28, 1992. The new government that was almost a dream for many Afghans who were opposing late Dr. Najib’s government, was expected to …

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Editorial: Extremism never daunts our plans

Despite impulsions and compulsions of the unruly Taliban and the wicked Daesh and their obdurate sponsors, under any circumstances will Afghanistan’s grand plans relegate. Afghanistan is staging a landmark election campaign and the plans to stage the grand democratic transfer of power will never falter with these trifling occurrences. Meanwhile, …

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Editorial: War causes devastation

The First World War was a calamity for Germany and Europe. The Second World War was an even bigger calamity for Germany and Europe. But without both wars, there would be no European Union (EU) today—in which several powerful countries living under this union. This is clear indication that war …

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