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Editorial: School under attack

 Unfortunately, prolonged wars and imposed hostilities in the country has not only causing lives to precious human lives, affecting every sort of business and economic activities and destroying living infrastructure but it now leads to destruction of schools, colleges and other educational institutions now also. Such acts on the part …

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Editorial: Second Moscow moot may historical

In the wake of Taliban’s political office Doha Qatar’s willingness of participating the second intra-Afghan dialogue session at Moscow, commencing from Tuesday (today) likely to be an historical event. The Taliban delegates are going to land in Moscow before commencing of the moot on Tuesday morning. Beside Taliban a delegation …

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ED: Another Moscow moot

The Russian Federation has planned hosting of another conference on Afghanistan at Moscow from May 27th. The moot is part of Soviet-Afghan relations 100th years celebration and aimed at renewal of historical relations for the better future of both the countries. No one can neglect the fact that for a brief …

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Editorial: BJP’s landslide win

Ruling Hindu Nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the prolonged Indian elections with a landslide majority, defeating its main rival All India Congress and its allies. Crushing the Gandhi’s dynasty’s, Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed an “inclusive” future for all Indians. In a tweet message after historical victory, Modi states,” …

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Editorial: Fears to press freedom

Overwhelming majority in Afghanistan have been made fed up by prolonged wars and hostilities, therefore, they are in favour of reconciliation and patch up with the opposition Taliban. But at the same time, media personnel and politically aware people who believe in human rights are fearing threats to press freedom …

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Editorial: Gulf Ocean tension

Amidst continue violence and destruction in all over Afghanistan, tension mounting day by day in all over the region as a result of war like situation in Gulf Ocean whereas the US ship is reached with almost preparation to force Iran for bowing. But so far Iranian authorities are not …

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Editorial: Starts with rifts

 No one could neglect importance’s, credibility and effectiveness of parliamentary and other democratic organs in the civilized world. Such states and its people have achieved these institutions and made it stable and acceptable after prolong efforts and rendering tremendous sacrifices. Such people are well aware about weightages and effectiveness of …

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Editorial: End the bloodshed

In the wake of recent US bombing against a police convoy at Helmand causing lives to at least 17 including local commander, wide range unrest and panic is escalating in parts and parcels of the country. Beside former President Hamid Karzai, the incident is being condemned by politicians, religious leaders …

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Ramadan-should be month of peace and harmony

With commencing of holy month of Ramadan, almost countrymen are expecting peace and harmony and for the purpose eagerly waiting for the announcement from Taliban group. Couple of days back, President Dr. Ashraf Ghani while delivering speech to concluding sitting of the consultative Loya Jirga has not only requested ceasefire …

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