Fri July 25, 2014
Breaking News
E-paper

Todays's Newspaper:

Cartoon of the day

Highlights

  • imges Civilian killings an unpardonable act: Karzai

    KABUL: President Hamid Karzai on Friday vehemently denounced the killing of civilians in western Ghor province. Suspected militants disembarked 18 passengers from two vehicles on the Ghor-Kabul H....
    READ MORE

  • imges Editorial: Breaking the grip of carnage

    Escalation of violence, carnage and insurgent attacks is now the stark inevitability many feared would haunt Afghanistan in 2014, the year of watershed elections with a looming NATO exit. The bar....
    READ MORE

  • imges Afghans share Palestinians’ pain: Karzai

    KABUL: Walid Abu Ali, Palestinian ambassador to Pakistan, called on President Hamid Karzai the other day. President Karzai expressed his grief and condolence over loss of innocent Palestinians du....
    READ MORE

  • imges Germany vows continued support for Afghanistan

    KABUL: German Minister of Defense, Ursula von der Leyen, assured President Hamid Karzai of her country’s continued support for Afghanistan. Von der Leyen called on President Karzai the other da....
    READ MORE

  • imges 14 including women, children gunned down by Taliban in Ghor

    CHIGHCHIRAN: At least 14 civilians were shot dead by the Taliban in western Ghor province Friday. The provincial governor spokesman, Abdulhai Khatibi, said the civilians were gunned down by the T....
    READ MORE

  • imges Editorial: Justice for all

    Death sentence for the police officer who killed a foreign photojournalist and injured a reporter is indeed a good verdict of a Kabul court as it would restore trust of foreign media-persons, wor....
    READ MORE

  • imges Cleric killed in Nimroz

    KABUL: Militants on Wednesday evening killed a local religious scholar in Khashrud district of Nimroz province, a local official said. Maulvi Abdul Rahman Fakoor was shot dead by two motorcyclist....
    READ MORE

  • imges 6 killed, 28 injured in Takhar blast

    KABUL: Bomb blast killed at least six civilians and wounded 28 others in Khoja Ghar district of Takhar province on Thursday morning. In a statement issued here the Ministry of Interior (MoI) said....
    READ MORE

Previous 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 Next

Sports & Show Biz

Sports

  • Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe in 4

    Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe in back to back matches and by doing this th Read More...

  • Afghanistan down Zimbabwe

    Zimbabwe: Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by two wickets on Tuesday in a thr Read More...

  • Afghan cricket squad off to Zi

    KABUL: The Afghanistan cricket team on Thursday left for Zimbabwe for Read More...

  • ICC Cricket World Cup trophy t

    KABUL: The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy will visit countries that wil Read More...

Show Biz

  • James Garner, Rockford Files s

    James Garner, the US star of hit TV series The Rockford Files and Mave Read More...

  • Huma Qureshi to romance John A

    The actor debuted in with Gangs of Wasseypur. In yet another movie unc Read More...

  • Kangana Ranaut: Coming back to

    The Queen recently returned from New York after finishing a filmmaking Read More...

  • Riteish Deshmukh: I almost sto

    The Ek Villain actor recently stated that he would was embarrassed to Read More...

Miscellaneous

  • Will drones become the future of farming?

    Pilotless drones have had the biggest impact on the battlefield, serving as eyes in the sky and even as attack aircraft. But could they find another role, helping farmers boost food production?.......
    READ MORE

  • Electric scooter design that makes a hole lot of sense

    Scooters are a firm favourite in the developing world – but they are noisy and polluting, and can be dangerously overloaded. One company has come up with a cleaner, safer option. In many parts of the world, the scooter is one of the most popular ways to....
    READ MORE

Currency

As on
  • 1 USD
  • 1000 NR
  • 1000 PK
  • 1 GBP

Have Your Say...

  • Audio / Videos

    • Promo

      Promo of Afghanistan Times by Basharjar Production


      Play Video
    MORE VIDEOS
    Iran and blame the victim game

     
    Tehran is continuously interfering in Afghanistan and pressurizing Kabul under one pretext or the other.  Iran’s meddling into our internal affairs while giving it name of concern as Tehran did it recently when its ambassa...

    Read More...
    Polling

    Will the U.S honor its promises, if Karzai signs BSA?

    Yes
    No

    Advertisements