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Editorial: Claiming killing of innocent people

The Taliban militant group through its spokesman claimed responsibility for the latest deadly terrorist attack on an official installation which causes lives to over countrymen. All victims were students/trainees of a state organ which is defending the motherland from aggression both from in and outside of the country. Whatever might …

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Editorial: Another bloody day

Once again militants have accredited them for deadly terrorist attack against recruits of an academy of security forces affiliated secret agencies at Maidan Wardak province. Almost the victims were youngsters who on completion of education have made a mind of serving their motherland which was badly affected in last four …

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Editorial: Presidential polls

The National Unity Government is taking its last breaths as both the partners of “marriage of inconvenience” are going to face each others. Both President Dr. Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah have declared their mind of contesting schedule presidential elections. Beside these two around 15 have so …

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Editorial; Deadlock yet to be broken

Though the United States Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad is attaching great hopes with Pakistan regarding making agree Taliban leaders for ensuring presence in Islamabad conference on Afghanistan but Taliban leaders are reluctant to do so. Latest reports reveal that Taliban leaders have suggested participation of several other stakeholders like …

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Editorial: Torkham hardships

Taking notices of complaints pertained to indifferent attitude with countrymen on the part of officers and personnel of Pakistan organs, ambassador at Islamabad Wednesday visited Torkham. Ambassador Shukarullah Atif Mashaal concluded his trip with making a request to the host government for increasing strength of FIA immigration staffers, which according …

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Editorial: Trade with loss, deficit

At once bilateral trade between Afghanistan and Pakistan was on rise and even it was registered above five billion US dollars in 2005-2006. But since that the legal trade between the two neighboring countries is on decline due to deteriorating relations. Afghanistan is a landlocked country, therefore, its most of …

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Editorial: Why they are being targeted?

The Amnesty International, a body claiming serving and safeguarding human rights throughout the world has raised questions about induction of newly appointed Defense Minister Asadullah Khalid by President Ashraf Ghani in his cabinet. Along with induction of Khalid, former NDS Chief Amarullah Saleh was also inducted as Minister for Interior …

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Editorial: Daudzai talks to Pakhtoon leaders

 President Ghani’s Special Envoy Omer Daudzai has held details talks with leading Pakhtoon politicians during his over four days stay in Pakistan. Besides holding talks with Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Secretary Foreign Affairs Tehmina Janjua and others, Daudzai travelled to Charsada Wali Bagh where he met Awami National …

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Editorial: Return to peace-needs guarantee

Once again Qatar based Taliban have refused to talk to US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad and his aides in a meeting scheduled at Doha on Wednesday. Earlier, Taliban have refused to fly to Riyadh Saudi Arabia for the same purpose. Frequent summersault on the part of Taliban confirms their …

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