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Opinion: The death of an Indian hero in Kabul

The horrific truck bombing at the green village on Jan 14,2019 in Kabul ended the life of a young and bright international development professional Ms Shipra Sharma in the most brutal and menacing way. She was intelligent, dynamic and luminary in her own right. It was just 3 months that …

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Chabahar port is a win-win for all

By Ajmal Rahimi-None can deny the importance of Chabahar Port in bolstering up the Afghan economy which gives an outstanding opportunity for the landlocked country to gain access to sea port. The port can be taken as the most viable route for trade between Kabul, New Delhi and Tehran. After …

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‘What happened at Torkham?

By Imtiaz Wazir-On November 15 when took the cadaver of Tahir Dawar with public and official protocol from Jalalabad to Turkham, the convoy was stopped in about one km from the crossing point on Durand line, and I with three other colleagues walked to the crossing point where we met …

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Afghanistan, India facing same threats including terrorism

A full excerpt of Dr. Rangin Dadfar Spanta’s speech is as below: Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the Fourth Strategic Dialogue between India and Afghanistan. I believe that determinant factors defining the strategic nature of Afghanistan and India’s relations are the following: Geopolitics Shared History and Culture The prospect of …

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From Maseed to Dawar deaths; the Pashtuns cohesion

By Masomjan Masomy-The killing of Pashtun and Baloch masses, is not the first attempt nor the last one by Pakistan establishment alongside the history, and this is a regular action on which is resulted in by assassinating, torturing and missing of Pashtuns and Balochs. This brutal action of genocide takes …

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Your vote determines country’s fate

By Masomjan Masomy After the collapse of the Taliban regime, ‘the darkest period in the history of Afghanistan’, by US and NATO forces, however, the country still to gain a durable peace—that unfortunately the country has been stuck in the longest conflict with no end sees in sight. During the …

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