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Editorial: Khalilzad’s peace mission

US Special envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad in connection with his assignments of brokering peace and reconciliation agreement in Afghanistan has concluded his three days trip to Pakistan, arrived Afghanistan, and departs to Russia to peace quest. Soon after his departure from Islamabad, government officials through a statement informed that Khalilzad …

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Editorial: NATO support peace efforts

Amidst presence of US Special envoy to Afghanistan Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad in Islamabad and courtesy call on its country’s Prime Minister, the NATO Secretary General Mr. Jens Stoltenberg backed the peace efforts aimed at a negotiated resolution to long standing Afghan conflict. Speaking ahead of a two-day NATO foreign ministerial …

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Editorial; Khalilzad resumes shuttle visits

In a bid to broker reconciliation between Afghan government and the Taliban insurgent group, the US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad has resumed talks with the concerned parties and reached at Doha capital of Qatar. The Taliban Political Office is in operation at Doha from where they are engaged in …

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ED: Kandahar explosion

A recent explosion in Kandahar, southern Afghanistan has killed dozens of Taliban insurgents. The identity of blast victims yet to be determined but reportedly all of them were Taliban militants and they were on way for carrying out a deadly attack against the Afghan security forces, guarding the motherland from …

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Editorial: We deserve peace

No one can neglect the fact that the Afghan masses are experiencing imposed wars, hostilities and terror on their soil from last four decades. Afghans themselves now wants peace and tranquility as they are no more in position to afford wars and violence. But unfortunately they are helpless as top …

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Editorial: We are not enemies; do we?

Talaat Hussain is considered one of highly credible, vocal and dedicated name in Pakistan media. He in his recent TV show informed that high ups from civil and military establishment in Pakistan are putting both the neighbouring countries India and Afghanistan as enemies of Pakistan. And the high ups believe …

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Editorial: Kartarpur corridor VS Durand Line

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday formally laid foundation stone of Kartarpur corridor construction/establishment, which will be another international level border point between Pakistan and India. Both the neighbouring countries are considered each other’s erstwhile enemies and construction of a new corridor raises many questions. On one side Indian central …

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Editorial: Pakistan needs to review

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has announced that he will not attend the Geneva Conference on Afghanistan, scheduled to be commenced from Wednesday. He made the announcement on the day when Prime Minister Imran Khan while addressing traditional Jirga of tribesmen in North Waziristan just on Durand Line, claimed …

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Editorial: NUG now lacking trust in institutions

President Ashraf Ghani’s government has announced formation of a new peace team comprising eleven members led by Chief of Staff Salam Rahimi for seeking and initiating peace talks with Taliban and other resistance and opposition groups and individuals as well. Some of the team members already enrolled and having active …

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Editorial: Biased, partial media

Couple of days back, three worst kinds of terror acts occurred. One deadly in Khost province of Afghanistan, two happened at two different places of Pakistan. In Khost we lost a number of our brave Afghan soldiers and over 20 injured, while in a bomb explosion in Aurakzai Agency over …

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