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ED: TAPI and challenges

Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India aim to complete the 1,840-km pipeline and begin pumping natural gas from Turkmenistan’s Galkynysh gas fields by the beginning of 2020. Months ago, leaders from four countries broke ground on the Afghan section of an ambitious, multi-billion dollar gas pipeline with huge expectation to help …

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ED: Ramadan and price hike

We are at the advent of holy month of Ramadan. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam, and it holds immense importance. The holy month teaches us about patience, compassion, unity, peace and forgiveness. This is the core reason behind Ramadan and this should be followed in true …

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Editorial: Air pollution a major health risk

Air pollution in Kabul, the capital city maybe hastening to death of hundreds of people each year that have been required an urgent step to get rid of. Walking on Kabul streets is deadly as thick columns of smoke emitting from brick kilns and factories, bumper-to-bumper vehicle producing harmful gases, …

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Editorial: More air corridors to open

We started several air corridors with different countries and have been very successful—this is what makes us more optimistic on the trend that could fulfill all the needs by air. Currently, flight under air freight corridor with some countries is operational that has been making trade easier between countries. With …

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Editorial: Security tension and reshuffling

Security deterioration and the Afghan masses frustration over security brasses for their incompetence in maintaining rule of law to change the current fragile situation of the country have caused new appointment and replacement of police chiefs for 14 provinces with sending 10 officers to the waiting list. The Ministry of …

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Editorial: Hopes high over Jakarta meeting

Religious scholars from Afghanistan and Pakistan were hosted Friday by the Indonesian ones in Jakarta to discuss the roots and reasons of the ongoing war in Afghanistan and reach an agreement to find a solution and durable peace in the long-time war-torn country, where the people tired of war, bloodshed …

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Editorial: Water crisis looms

The outlook of Afghanistan’s water crisis is not good in the midst of a derelict water infrastructure and weak water management doctrine in Afghanistan and constant bullying of Iran to secure a bigger share of the country’s waters. Decades of war have decimated much of the country. The water infrastructure …

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Editorial: Women’s role in development

Certainly, women are the integral part of our society and the world. Today’s development in the world could not be happened sans women’s huge participation and tireless efforts. No nation can rise to the height of glory unless women stand side by side with meal collages. We need Afghan women …

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Editorial: Tinted vehicles carry terrorists

The dilemma of tinted vehicles is the new controversy. Following a recent row of terrorist activities, it is feared that terrorists are carried in tinted cars. Amid the uncertainty, law enforcement has begun a marathon crackdown on vehicles with heavily tinted windows to take illegal and suspicious vehicles off the …

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Editorial: End e-NICs discrepancy

The commencement of the electronic National Identity Cards (e-NICs) is absolutely aimed at unifying the country—this is the intention only and doing the opposite would be in the great interest of the enemies who always making effort to divide us by one way or another. Definitely, the magnitude of e-taskira’s …

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