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‘Edible items near to waste if crossings not reopen’

By Shamim Shahid-PESHAWAR: President of Afghanistan Transporters Association, Mr. Mohammad Noor Ahmadzai has called upon Pakistani authorities to order re-opening of all crossing points with Afghanistan, enabling the drivers and transporters to deliver the stranded goods. “Hundreds of stranded goods trucks are loaded with fresh fruits, vegetable, poultry and other …

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India plans building low-cost homes in Afghanistan

NAGPUR: India is planning to build affordable homes in Afghanistan meant for refugees in the country, as a part of its efforts to rebuild the war torn nation. There will be focus on sectors like irrigation and distribution of medicines too, said M Subbarayudu, the joint secretary for development partnership …

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US to review war strategy in Afghanistan: Mattis

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: The US Defense Secretary, James N. Mattis has said that Trump administration would review its war strategy against terrorism in Afghanistan, after holding discussion with the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and the US army commander, General John Nicholson. He added that Trump administration would consider fundamental changes …

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Pakistan is bitten by its complicity snakes

Things are getting from bad to worse between the two neighbors—Afghanistan and Pakistan after cycles of violence took place in Pakistan. Islamabad without thinking at least once, turned blame finger toward Kabul, while ignoring its support to the militant outfits in their soil for longtime. There is no safe hideout …

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Sensational book on Durand Line coming soon

The line that Mortimer Durand drew across a small map in 1893 has bled the Pashtun heart ever since. More than a century later both sides of that line remain restless. But the mystery behind what actually happened on 12 November 1893 has never been solved. Why did Amir Abdur …

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Afghan envoy for more collaboration in health sector

Pakistan established 3 hospitals in Afghanistan ISLAMABAD: The Afghanistan Ambassador to Pakistan Dr Omar Zakhilwal said the other day that collaboration between two countries in the sector of health will help in improving the relations of two neighbouring countries. He was speaking at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences where he met with …

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Pakistan condemns Kabul suicide attack

AT-KABUL: Pakistan government “strongly” condemned Tuesday’s suicide attack at the Supreme Court. The bomber blew himself up at the parking lot of the Supreme Court in a rush hour, killing at least 21 people and injuring more than 40. All the victims were reportedly civilians. “The people and the government …

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