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Editorial: Tension affects peace process

Growing tension in the region due to alarming situation between India and Pakistan over recent deadly terrorist attack at Pulwama has posed adverse impacts on US brokered peace process. The US special envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad has cancelled his much important trip to Pakistan-considered major and most important stake holder …

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Editorial: Irresponsible views

Pakistan’s ambassador at Kabul was summoned by Foreign Ministry and handed over him a strong-worded protest in response to his words, pertained to what he called posing of bad impacts on peace process due to Afghanistan and Indian relations. At the moment, tension is fuelling day by day between India …

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Editorial: Cancelling Islamabad trip

The US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad making efforts for reconciliation in war affected Afghanistan has reportedly cancelled his trip to Islamabad. He made the decision in the light of recently deadly terrorist attack against Indian troops in Palwama district of Kashmir, which causes lives to over 40 personnel and …

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Editorial: Loya Jirga

At last President Ashraf Ghani has made his mind for convening the traditional Loya Jirga in a bid to take the nation into confidence regarding current situation as well as US brokered peace plan and relations with the neighbouring countries. In fact, the Loya Jirga was scheduled to be convened …

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Editorial: Cancellation of Islamabad talks

The opposition Taliban leaders based in Doha Qatar late on Sunday night announced cancellation of landing at Islamabad for holding talks with Saudi Arab Prince Muhammad Bin Salman and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan. The Taliban leaders while announcing cancellation of visit and talks at Islamabad, stated that all those …

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Editorial: Prof. Mujaddedi – a man of principle

The 93-year old leading spiritual, political and religious leader Prof Sibghatullah Mujaddedi has lost his last breath on Monday night. After the death of late Pir Syed Ahmad Gillani and Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani, Prof Sibghatullah Mujaddedi’s sad demise could be considered a sever set back to Afghanistan and its people. …

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Editorial: Peace journey

Amidst US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad’s embarking on a long journey in connection with his initiated peace efforts, President Dr. Ashraf Ghani’s offer for opening offices at Kabul has been rejected by opposition Taliban movement. President Ghani what he call for active participation of Taliban leaders in the negotiation …

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Editorial: Before of July Presidential polls

The US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad is making his best to make agree all Afghan segments and leaders on a formula of peace and reconciliation before of coming Presidential elections scheduled to be held in July. In his address to a gathering at the US Institute for …

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Editorial: Celebrations in Iran

People in neighbouring Islamic Republic of Iran are engaged in celebrating 40th year of the Islamic Revolution, which they have mustered under the dynamic leadership of Imam Khomeini in 1979. The Islamic Revolution, which is now not only reality but is unbelievable for certain so-called champions of democracy and human …

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Editorial: Two other voices made silent

Amidst hectic efforts for peace and historical re-union of Afghan leadership at Moscow, media ahead with another worst kind of violence when two workers of Radio Hamsada have been shot dead in Taliqan city of Takhar province. Both the victims are stated two young and have recently joined the media …

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