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Indo-Afghan ties concerns Islamabad: Diplomat

AT-KABUL: A senior Afghan diplomat says that Islamabad has certain demands from Kabul that he believes can be discussed. Hekmat Khalil Karzai, deputy foreign minister said that Pakistani authorities do not frankly speak about their demands, but “relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan’s immediate rival, India is a matter of concern …

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National Procurement Authority

By Ahmad Sahil-First, NPA stands for National Procurement Authority. It’s one of the biggest procurement office in Afghanistan, where all the mega contracts take place and are approved on the basis of decision by committee. In accordance with16 decree of H.E. President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Dr. Mohammad Ashraf …

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To the President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan! 

By Basir Farooqi-Plan to improve security; How can we get rid of current security crisis? In first step, serious attention has to be paid to the National Directorate—to all other security sectors and organs. 1- National Directorate A group of professional and patriotic generals have to be formed from every …

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Irony of Afghan abundant resources and pressing energy crisis

By Sayed Niyam Alami-Recently Pajhwok Afghan News (PAN) has published a report on cutting off power supply to our northern provinces by Turkmenistan. Our northern neighbor demanded double price for the imported electricity and the Afghan side denied paying more than the already agreed upon prices. Cutting power supply in …

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Do High Capital and Operational COST endorse HEALTHCARE hazards?

‘Eternal vigilance is the price of eternal development.’ Gordon B. Hinckley Four Major Concerns: How the high infrastructurecost, which includes land, building, medical equipment of any hospital are being utilized? Is GDP or economic development data is representing the majority of the population of the country? What Percentage of population …

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Black Gora enslaves Pashtuns in Pakistan after White Gora left: KP Chief Minister

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: The Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province on Saturday said Pashtuns in Pakistan under the command of “Black Gora” (Punjabis) had been treated as slaves after the “White Gora” (Britain) which needs public uprising to achieve the fundamental and historic rights. Addressing a gathering on FATA issues …

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Feature series: In Afghanistan’s tiny Daikundi, the motivation for more women in journalism is “the story.” 

About this Feature Story: The United Nations has a mandate to support the Government of Afghanistan and its citizens in a shared goal of becoming a stable, open, and peaceful nation. The following news feature is meant to tell a human interest story related to how Afghanistan and the UN …

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Afghan workwomen pave new pathways

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad-An Afghan woman is taught not to live behind walls of her family’s compound. She is supposed to be a good girl and stay with her mom. Later in her life, she should get married and please her husband. After giving birth to children, she has no other …

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“Government of Afghanistan is incompetent”

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: The popular American newspaper has recently reported that the Afghan government is the most corrupt, incompetent and puppet one. Washington Times, one of the leading US newspapers has said that Afghanistan has no value as compared to a bone of a common US soldier. It added, “If …

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Culture of acceptance important toward stability: Rana Think Tank

By Farhad Naibkhel-KABUL: Experts participated in Rana Think Tank monthly session on Saturday had expressed concern over current crisis and called accepting of each other the only remedy to lead the country toward stability and development. Political and social experts, who attended Rana Think Tank monthly session said that discord …

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