Editorial: Bureaucracy and excuses
Though, Afghans are waiting for long time to hear announcement of the poll results but it seems the Independent Election Commission will miss August deadline and will seek more time to complete t.... READ MORE
Sharp rise in violence against journalists reported
KABUL: Afghan Journalists Safety Committee (AJSC) said that violence against journalists has increased by 60 percent in the first six months of the current year as compared to the same period of .... READ MORE
Protestors seek timely announcement of poll result
KABUL: Hundreds of protestors on Thursday criticized the Independent Election Commission (IEC) for delay in announcement of presidential election result and asked the election commission to prepa.... READ MORE
US military deaths in Afghanistan at 2,200
As of Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014, at least 2,200 members of the U.S. military had died in Afghanistan as a result of the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, according to an Associated Pr.... READ MORE
Editorial: Nuristan district falls into Taliban hands
After three days of fighting, the Taliban have taken control of Nuristan’s Du Ab district. The district has fallen into the terrorists’ clutches certainly after the central government had tur.... READ MORE
Votes auditing process: Electoral bodies seek candidates’
KABUL: Independent Election Commission (IEC) and Independent Electoral Complaint Commission (IECC) sought cooperation of both the presidential candidates’ teams to accelerate votes auditing pro.... READ MORE
“Taliban use civilians as shield in Logar”
PUL-I-ALAM: Local officials in eastern Logar province said Wednesday that the Taliban's attacks and subversive activities have highly surged in different parts of the province and they use people.... READ MORE
Taliban suffer heavy losses in operations
KABUL: The insurgent Taliban have suffered heavy losses during military operations carried out by the Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers in different parts of the country, said official Wednesda.... READ MORE
Sports & Show Biz
Afghanistan Coach Pleased With
Having learnt the game in refugee camps in Pakistan during the Soviet Read More...
Afghans 129th in FIFA World Ra
KABUL: Afghanistan stand 19th in Asia and 129th in the globe in the FI Read More...
US PGA: Rory McIlroy battles b
World number one Rory McIlroy edged a gripping US PGA Championship in Read More...
Afghanistan gets stadium fundi
The Indian government has approved a grant of $US 1 million for the de Read More...
US actress Lauren Bacall dies
US film and stage actress Lauren Bacall has died at the age of 89. Her Read More...
Khoobsurat trailer: Sonam Kapo
The Sonam-Fawad starrer Khoobsurat trailer is out and here is why we a Read More...
Kick box office collection: Sa
After beating Shah Rukh Khan, Salman is eyeing for his ex-ladylove’s Read More...
Silent film tops documentary p
A 1929 silent film has been voted the greatest ever documentary in a p Read More...
India employs 40 mimics to scare off parliament monkeys
Forty young people are employed in India to impersonate monkeys to scare off real monkeys causing havoc around Delhi's parliament, a minister says. The men make screeching noises similar to those of black-faced langur monkeys, to frighten red-faced macaqu....
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?.......
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...