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Literature is the Artistic Record of Life

August 30, 2016

Literature is the artistic expression of thought, which is replete with feelings and imagination. It is expressed in such untechnical form as to make it eligible and...

Controversy over Electoral Reform

August 29, 2016

Election is a key element in democratic systems and people have the right to elect their president and representatives through their suffrage. Democracy without the will of...

International Day against Nuclear Test

August 28, 2016

Tomorrow, i.e. 29th August is going to be observed as International Day against Nuclear Test. The day was first declared on December 02, 2009, in the 64th session of the...

Condemning the Attack on AUAF

August 27, 2016

It is really unfortunate that the death toll from the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) attack in Kabul has reached to 16, while another 53 other people are reported...

Heath Sector Requires More Attention

August 25, 2016

Health sector in Afghanistan has always faced difficulties. No proper attention has been dedicated to the sector and as a result many people suffer. One of the major issues in...

Tenacious Violence against Women

August 24, 2016

Afghan society is one of the societies prominently marked with consistent violence against women. There have been efforts to discourage violence against women, mostly after the...

When You Educate A Woman, You Educate A Generation

August 23, 2016

In spite of remarkable efforts for women rights made, but potential factors of violence such as undulation, economic dependencies, sociopolitical issues, health and...

Are we Disturbing Balance in Life?

August 23, 2016

Throughout our journey in history, we have been required to adjust by perfecting ourselves physically, socially and technologically so as to guarantee our existence. In...

National Unity – A Crying Need

August 22, 2016

Lack of tolerance will undermine national unity in any society. Racial, ethnic and religious differences have split nations and triggered war and violence in human societies...

Learning from Mistakes and Experiences

August 21, 2016

The world would not have advanced to such an extent if we could not take advantage of our own experience or that of others. We should have been still at the same stage...

Reiterating Commitments on Independence Day

August 20, 2016

During the past few days, people in Afghanistan celebrated 97th Independence Day, in different parts of country. There were different kinds of festivities and both the...

Diligence Can Make our Fortune

August 17, 2016

The necessity of diligence may, indeed, be regarded as the main root and spring of all that we call progress in different civilizations. In every walk of life happiness is a...

The Decline in Investment

August 16, 2016

Economic stability is considered to be very important for the development of a country. It is believed that political and social stability depend on the economic prosperity. Without...

Vacuum for the Spirit of Democracy

August 15, 2016

The establishment of democratic administration in post-Taliban Afghanistan was believed to alleviate the challenges, mainly the militancy and terrorism. Afghan nation embraced...

Ethical Considerations in Information Technology

August 14, 2016

Our age is the age of information and information technology, and with it comes an age of ethics, When we make use of the new technologies introduced every day, we have to make...

Rise of Consumerism

August 13, 2016

Consumerism plays a dominant role in today’s societies, wherein, one of the main goals is to make money, by whatever means possible and exploiting whichever...

International Youth Day

August 11, 2016

August 12th is going to be celebrated as International Youth Day around the world. The day was endorsed by United Nations General Assembly on December 17, 1999, by accepting...

Our Living Standards

August 10, 2016

Different villages, towns and cities all over Afghanistan have a wide range of disparities in the living standards and quality of life. These dissimilarities are because of many...

The Worth of Good Governance

August 09, 2016

Favorable, fair, and effective governance is clearly one of the most dominant factors for sustainable development. Today good governance is also a key to sustainable...

Human Rights Violation – A Stain on Collective Conscience

August 08, 2016

Human rights and freedoms are violated on a large scale around the globe and there are many barriers hampering them to exercise their rights to life, liberty and estate. The war...

Unemployment Needs Serious Attention

August 07, 2016

Afghanistan is facing different sorts of problems simultaneously; among these problems, unemployment is a dominant one and it is also causing many other problems as well...

Education Starts at Home

August 06, 2016

Some parents think that once their children start going to school, they can relax and enjoy; however, researches in this regard show that parents have an even larger...

Efforts to Boost Mining Sector

August 04, 2016

As the concerns regarding Afghanistan’s mining sector seem to be escalating, Afghan government has taken some initiative to deal with the problems. It has signed over 80...

Islam is a Religion of Peace

August 03, 2016

In different parts of the world, particularly, in Muslim countries, various incidents of violence take place. And, these incidents are mostly linked to Islamic extremism and ...

A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing

August 02, 2016

Having true knowledge is a blessing but it has to come after hard work and the desire to learn. There is no way of gaining knowledge other than through thorough search and discovery...

The Responsibilities of the People

August 01, 2016

People living in a society may differ in individual qualities but they are quite similar in social qualities since they belong to the same circumstances. Their personal problems may be...

World Day against Trafficking in Persons

July 31, 2016

July 30, was celebrated as World Day against Trafficking in Persons or Human Trafficking in many countries around the world. The day was adopted by United Nations General Assembly...

Atrocities against Women Keep on Multiplying

July 30, 2016

The discrimination, atrocities and violence against women still continue in Afghanistan and unfortunately only few of such cases are highlighted. On many occasions such cases are...

Government’s Promises and Corruption

July 28, 2016

One of the factors that have been hampering the international community to support Afghanistan is corruption. So much support and assistance have been provided to Afghanistan but little...

Taliban are against Girls’ Education

July 27, 2016

Amid rising insecurity, National Directorate of Security (NDS) forces foiled a planned suicide attack on a girls’ school in Kabul after security forces shot and wounded the...

Third Attack in Germany in a Week

July 26, 2016

There was yet another attack by a refugee in Germany on Sunday, July 24. According to the reports, a 27-year-old Syrian refugee died when a bomb he was carrying in his rucksack...

Peaceful Protestors Targeted by Suicide Bombers

July 25, 2016

A twin suicide attack targeted the gathering of a mass demonstration staged by Hazaras against the TUTA route change in capital Kabul. It was the second mass protest in Kabul...

Participation of Women in Peace Process

July 23, 2016

Afghan society has been patriarchal; therefore, most of the institutions in the society are led by men. In almost all forms of institutions, the involvement of women is inadequate...

Government Requires a Clear Strategy against Insurgency

July 21, 2016

The security situation in Afghanistan is extremely serious and unfortunately the arrangements to tackle the situation are not up to the mark. The government authorities do not see...

The Uncontrolled Crimes

July 20, 2016

With the insecurity on the rise in Afghanistan, the crime rate also seems to be troubling people; particularly in the capital Kabul. According to the figures by the Kabul police...