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Afghans feel pains of Sri Lanka attacks

The people of Afghanistan maybe the only nation in the world that feel the pains of the victims of Sunday’s bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, because Afghans have been the victims of such deadly attacks for a long time. The multiple organized bomb attacks that were dismissed by most of …

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ED: Talks revoked; Kabul relative calm shattered

A fresh round of violence gripped Afghanistan’s capital city where blasts near Ministry of Telecommunication shattered relative calm days in which numerous deadly attacks were carried out. It occurred days after revocation of talks between Afghan delegation and Taliban members to discuss how to end the country’s 18 years old …

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Editorial: Doha Intra Afghan dialogues

Amidst growing confusion, reservations and opposition, the first ever round of intra Afghan dialogues is commencing at Doha, capital of Qatar from Friday. Taliban issued a list of 25 persons whereas the Afghan government has issued a long list of 250 persons for attending the conference and discussing ways and …

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Editorial: Controversy over Doha conference

Doha based Political office of Taliban have made serious reservations over Afghanistan government’s list of proposed delegates to the first ever intra-Afghan dialogues to be commenced from April 19, terming it a joke. “There is no any wedding ceremony at Doha, Qatar to which the Afghan government has proposed a …

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Editorial: Needs to denounce summer offensive plan

The United States Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad has asked both Pakistan and Qatar to denounce the recent announcement of Taliban declaring commencing of summer offensive in all over Afghanistan. Khalilzad made the suggestion before Pakistan and Qatar in a statement, which confirm that both the countries are in links …

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ED: Spring offensive seems a move to sabotage

Amidst intensifying peace effort on the part of US special envoy and Afghan leaders as well, Taliban’s announcement pertained to so-called Spring Offensive could be considered a move to derail the recently developed understanding amongst the different Afghan groups and individuals. Hours after the Taliban announced their so-called spring offensive, …

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Editorial: Visa crises

The issuance of Visa’s for travelling between the two neighbouring countries Afghanistan and Pakistan become the major revenue or main corruption source for diplomatic staffers, security men and their agents. In particular, Pakistan’s diplomatic missions both in Kabul and Jalalabad becoming too notorious as one need to get urgent visa …

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Editorial: Women arrest causes resentment

Unfortunately, the war like situation lead to disgracing and insulting even to women in parts and parcels of the country, which each and every one considering detrimental to rich historical culture of Afghans throughout the region. Couple of days back Afghan and Foreign forces from Southern Kandahar province raided a …

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