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  • Editorial: NATO talks on troop increase in AfghanistanEditorial: NATO talks on troop increase in AfghanistanThe leaders of the member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are set to decide whether to send more troops to Afghanistan in their Thursday talks in Brussels. The military Read More
  • NATO to decide more troops to Afghanistan next month: SGNATO to decide more troops to Afghanistan next month: SGAT-KABUL: The NATO Secretary General said Wednesday of increasing more troops to Afghanistan in order to overcome the stalemate and to further enhance capabilities of Afghan special forces is
  • Death to land grabbers: ProtestorsDeath to land grabbers: ProtestorsAT-KABUL:  A large number of Logar residents on Wednesday took out to the streets to give vent to their anger against the evil practice of land grabbing, and blocked the Kabul-Gardez highway in
  • Public supports for security forces soughtPublic supports for security forces sought‘Security forces are courageous sons of this soil’ AT-KABUL: The governor of northern Faryab province has called on the religious scholars to extend determined support for the security forces, and
  • 41 drug traffickers detained41 drug traffickers detainedAT-KABUL: The court of Criminal Justice Task Force (CJTS) on Wednesday said that 41 drug traffickers have been arrested in the past one month. In a press statement, the CJTF has said that 41

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Death to land grabbers: Protestors
Death to land grabbers: Protestors

AT-KABUL:  A large number of Logar residents on Wednesday took out to the streets to give vent to their anger against the evil practice of land grabbing, and blocked the Kabul-Gardez highway in Read More

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World

NATO to decide more troops to Afghanistan next month: SG
NATO to decide more troops to Afghanistan next month: SG

AT-KABUL: The NATO Secretary General said Wednesday of increasing more troops to Afghanistan in order to overcome the stalemate and to further enhance capabilities of Afghan special forces is Read More

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Provinces

10 Daesh killed in Nangarhar
10 Daesh killed in Nangarhar

AT-KABUL: At least 10 insurgents loyal to the Islamic State (IS), also known as Daesh terrorist group, including their four commanders were killed in an operation in eastern Nangarhar province, said Read More

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Editorial: NATO talks on troop increase in Afghanistan
Editorial: NATO talks on troop increase in Afghanistan

The leaders of the member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are set to decide whether to send more troops to Afghanistan in their Thursday talks in Brussels. The military Read More

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Pashtun profiling
Pashtun profiling

Even their Pakistani Identity Cards wouldn’t help them as Punjab police and Federal Investigation Agency would block these cards after their arrests. By Afrasiab Khattak-It is official now. The Read More

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  • ED: Let’s make it
    ED: Let’s make it

    There is a need of comprehensive military strategy to be choked out in a bid to deal with any uncertainty across the country in war against all form of insurgents, but especially against the Taliban Read More

  • Pakistan a legacy of British Empire: Analysts
    Pakistan a legacy of British Empire: Analysts

    “After its defeats in Anglo-Afghan wars in 1842, 1880 and 1919, Britain wanted to avenge the defeats in form of carving Pakistan out from the land of Afghanistan and India. Pakistani leadership was Read More

  • Shah Bubo Jan Palace: Giving face to a forgotten place
    Shah Bubo Jan Palace: Giving face to a forgotten place

    Abdul Zuhoor Qayomi-Shah Bubo Jan Palace is in the list of most prominent historical buildings constructed in the rule of the late king of Afghanistan, Ameer Abdul Rahman Khan. The palace which was Read More

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  • Opinion: Pakistan at the crossroad of ideology
    Opinion: Pakistan at the crossroad of ideology

    By Zulfiqar Shah-In 2013, Jammat-e-Islami Pakistan declared Mohammad Bin Qasim ‘First Pakistani’. Later on in 2013, Pakistan Army Chief General Pervez Kiyani while addressing the army men said that Read More

  • Opinion: Sindhi beyond the borders
    Opinion: Sindhi beyond the borders

    By Zulfiqar Shah-Sindhi of all faiths and paths, reside in all continents. There are Sindhi that are historically submerged in some nations, like in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sindhi who are now Read More

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