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Pakistani fighters in Ghazni; UN should be told

AT-KABUL: The members of parliament say that the presence of foreign fighters in the Ghazni war should be documented and reported to the United Nations. Pakistani nationals were reported to have fought along with the Taliban militants in Ghazni province. Lawmaker, Erfanollah Erfan, said Wednesday that there were foreign fighters …

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Opinions: The Imran Effect

By Prithwi Tilak Banerjee-During Pakistan’s election drive, Imran Khan spoke more about corruption, than international relations. But whenever he talked about other nations taking part in the regional politics, it was in an accusatorial tone, mostly to blame international players for machination against him, and Pakistan. That might have been …

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The scourge of corruption

By Fazaila Shad-Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. —– Machiavelli This Machiavelli’s dictum has been validated by history and current events. it is remarkable to note that due to the international interference and manipulation, the very same people we label as corrupt, come back to govern us after a …

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The Story of a Chinese Committed to Human Development

By Liu Jinsong, Chinese Ambassador to Kabul-On 4 July, H.E. Mr. Shahzad Aryobee, Minister of Communication and Information Technology, and I hosted a reception for H.E. Mr. Zhao Houlin, Secretary General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). I used to host many receptions in the Embassy, but this is the …

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