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Editorial: Obey people’s will

Peace is now a dream word for a nation who has past 41 years of its life under the shadow of war, the sound of gun, rocket and bomb and the fear of losing loved ones anytime. Some people, especially the young generations who were born and grew up during …

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Editorial: Summoning ambassador

The United States special envoy’s visit to Islamabad and bilateral talks with high ranking officials and Pakistan Foreign Minister’s meeting with visiting Afghan delegates headed by Pir Syed Hamid Gillani was followed by lodging a protest to Kabul through Ambassador in Islamabad. The protest was lodged on the issue of …

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Editorial: Consultative Loya Jirga

Whatever might be its outcomes but countrymen irrespective of their political views, ideologies and communal identities are attaching great hopes with the consultative Loya Jirga going on at Kabul. President Ashraf Ghani seem too much isolated as almost major politico-religious groups and popular individuals are on boycott but some of …

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Editorial: Pakistan towards Afghanistan

 Amidst intensifying peace effort on the part of Ambassador Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad and preparation for handling conditions of Financial Action Task Force (FATF), Pakistani officials are making attempt to exonerate their responsibilities by making decades old stereo-type promises and assurances regarding resolution to long standing Afghan conflict. Couple of days …

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Editorial: Accelerating peace efforts

Amidst commencing of four-days consultative Loya Jirga at Kabul, Islamabad also remain hub of high level talks and meetings on the long standing issue of Afghanistan. Beside the two neighboring countries ministerial level talks, the United States Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad along with Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, South …

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Editorial: Light of hope

The recent tripartite meeting held in Moscow agreed on pulling of US troops out of Afghanistan by promising making successful Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad led peace process. No one has objection over the decision made public through a joint declaration issued on conclusion of the three-day moot, attended by representatives by …

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Editorial: The end of war

Before embarking on a five days trip to China, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said Afghanistan’s conflict has brought great suffering for both Pakistan and Afghanistan for last 40 years. Now, after a long wait, the Afghanistan Peace Process presents a historic opportunity for peace in the region and …

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Editorial: Violence amidst peace process

Amidst United States and other stake holders efforts for what it called resolution to conflict through peaceful and negotiated process, worst kind of violence is in progress throughout war devastated motherland, which could be considered a big question mark before White House. A recent media report reveal that more than 11,000 …

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Editorial: Khalilzad resumes peace efforts

Following a brief interval, the United States special envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad has resumed his peace efforts and embarked on a detail journey of Asian region and United Kingdom. Besides visiting Afghanistan, Qatar and Pakistan, Khalilzad is scheduled also to travel to India, Russia and United Kingdom as well. The …

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Editorial: Another extension

The Unity President Dr. Ashraf Ghani might be considered one of the lucky person for getting extension for his rule from high powered judiciary. Now in according to court decree, Dr. Ghani would remain in power till completion of Presidential polls in next September. Earlier he had got the first …

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