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Editorial: Paradoxical overtones

Last week, the Americans and the Afghan Taliban inked what appeared to be a historic deal in Doha aimed at laying the groundwork for an end to the nearly two-decade-long conflict in Afghanistan. However, naysayers who pointed out that this was a doomed accord right from the outset were right …

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Editorial: A dignify peace

In fact, many development and stable countries across the globe once were in turmoil and conflict—a situation that griped Afghanistan since four decades where not end sees in sight. US had reached an agreement with the Taliban to end its longest war and bring its troops back home. The issue …

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Editorial: Telecom firms extorting customers

Among a myriad of other miseries, Afghans are also suffering from issues that stem from telecommunications and internet services. In this era of technological developments, telecoms and            internet services are indispensable resources across the globe. However, the telecom networks and the government here are extorting Afghans to the fullest, while …

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Editorial: Road to peace

The Afghan masses have become immensely tired of war and bloodshed. They wish nothing but peace in their motherland. The past decades of war took almost everything from them, but failed to bring down their morale for peace to eventually be restored. Once peace prevails, the Afghan masses – as …

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Editorial: Where we are heading?

The aggravating post-election crisis in the wake of opposition to election results has left Afghans jaw-dropped and worried. The election conundrum is symbolic of the fact that Afghanistan is gradually being stripped off all the features characterizing a sovereign state as we are witnessing a bedlam across the country at …

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Editorial: The age of uncertainty

Around four decades back, when former Afghan President, Dr. Mohammad Najibullah was on power and Soviet Union was backing his government, Afghanistan had been triggered into a civil war – at a time when the Soviet Union had left the country following a kind of similar withdrawal agreement – which …

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Editorial: Ferocious jousting for power gets going

With the long-awaited final returns of the controversy and fraud-mired 2019 Presidential Election out, the incumbent President Ashraf Ghani has been declared as the winner as he narrowly secured victory in the disputed count, amassing 50.64% of the vote. His rival, Abdullah Abdullah, has been announced as the runner-up by …

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