Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Monday, July 16th, 2018

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...

The Rights of Working Class

July 19, 2016

Labor law arose in parallel with the Industrial Revolution as the relationship between worker and employer changed from small-scale production studios to large-scale factories. Workers...

Democracy Wins in Turkey

July 18, 2016

The countries that have strong military rule, and the military interferes, in some way or the other, in the political affairs, have always been the victims of military coups...

Increase in Violence in 1394

July 17, 2016

The poor civilians in Afghanistan have not been able to experience peace and tranquility though they have waited for it for a long time and given a lot of sacrifices as well...

The Roles and Responsibilities of a Teacher

July 16, 2016

Teacher is taken for an initiator, a moralist, a mentor and guide. He is regarded as an architect of society. Society has high hopes on the teacher, and expects him to be a paradigm...

Smuggling of the Human

July 14, 2016

As there have been poverty and discriminations in different parts of world, there have been different types of social problems as well. Among them one of the most dominating...

The Social Standards in our Society

July 13, 2016

A society is recognized by its values and standards. Better societies have better standards in every facet of life; nonetheless, it is arguable what better standards really...

World Population Day

July 12, 2016

July 11th was celebrated as the World Population Day around the world. Basically the day was adopted in 1989, after the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Program...

Concern over Women’s Rights

July 11, 2016

To support Afghan women, Laura Bush, a former American first lady, has called for a continued military presence in the male-dominated areas. In an interview with a media outlet on...

NATO Support and Prospects of Peace

July 10, 2016

It is imperative that the international community must not stop supporting Afghanistan at times when it is facing serious security challenges. There are fears that the country may...

Rampant Rise in Population

July 09, 2016

A state cannot exist without population and, at the same time, the size of population greatly influences the nation. In today’s societies, the size of population has to be...

Afghan Children Suffer Great Challenges

July 04, 2016

The vulnerability of children to social ills, violence and terror is an undeniable fact. Their rights are widely trampled upon and their blood is spilt in terrorist attacks and suicide...

The Importance of Foreign Policy

July 03, 2016

In modern times no state can avoid involvement in the international sphere. This involvement must be systematic and based on some well-defined principles. The principle...

The Evil of Insecurity Persists

july 02, 2016

As Eid is approaching, the people in Afghanistan are hoping for some peace and tranquility; however, the security situation in the country is getting serious. Only a couple of days...

Climate Change and Food Shortage

June 30, 2016

The climate change is not only disturbing the environment but also creating some serious problems, among which food security is an important one. The United Nations has highlighted...

Schools must have Co-curricular Activities

June 29, 2016

The aim of education is not only to impart some factual knowledge to the students but to ensure their overall and balanced development. Children do not need only mental...

Business Institutions Must be Strengthened

June 28, 2016

One of the ways Afghanistan would be able to face the serious challenges in different sectors is to strengthen its economy. A reliable economic system would help in political...

Under the Shadow of Democracy

June 27, 2016

Democratic system is a globally accepted government under which one will be able to exercise his/her rights and freedoms, known in constitution, without barriers. People’s suffrage...

International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

June 26, 2016

June 26 is observed as International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) set this day through the resolution 42/112 in...

SCO – A Hope for Afghanistan

June 25, 2016

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Tashkent gives Afghanistan some confidence in its fight against terrorism, as the regional countries consider the security situation...

SCO Summit in Tashkent

June 23, 2016

A meeting of the Heads of States Council of the Shangai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is going to be held on June 23 – 24, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. This summit is going ...

Roads are Necessary for Development

June 22, 2016

One of the major problems in Afghanistan is that its basic infra-structure has not been developed and that is the reason why the country is not able to perform well in different...

The Plight of Afghan Journalists

June 21, 2016

The situation for Afghan journalists does not seem to be getting any better. The rising insecurity and the lack of attention to the plight of the journalists has led to some very...

World Refugee Day

June 20, 2016

June 20th is celebrated as the World Refugee Day around the world. The Day was adopted in December 2000, when United Nations (UN) General Assembly passed resolution 55/76, wherein...

Religion Stands for Fraternity

June 19, 2016

There are different wars and tussles in different parts of the world. Unfortunately, these wars and clashes take the lives of many people each day. These wars, on most of the...

Redistributing Resources

June 18, 2016

Human beings depend highly on the environment where they live. Both the physical and socio-economic circumstances provide them the opportunity to fulfill their different sorts of...

Poverty; a Lingering Disease

June 16, 2016

One will be taken aback by seeing the nomadic and homeless, sleeping at nights in open space of Pole Sokhta in Kabul City. They live in social isolation, without homes or shelter...

Mining Sector Requires Attention

June 15, 2016

Recently, it was disclosed publically that Taliban militants in Afghanistan benefit much through illegal mining. Mining sector that can be a hope for Afghanistan and its people...

Parliament Should Resolve Reform Deadlock

June 14, 2016

The national unity government and the parliament of Afghanistan is once again facing a major test of commitment as the parliament has reopened discussions over the presidential decree...

The Tenets of our Society

June 13, 2016

A society is best identified by the tenets it upholds. Civilized societies are more inclined towards higher tenets in different walks of life; nevertheless, it is arguable...

International Day against Child Labor

June 12, 2016

June 12 is observed as the International Day against Child Labor in different countries around the world. The day was basically launched by International Labor Organization...

Political Socialization

June 11, 2016

Political socialization is both a formal and informal process of social and educative learning, by which political attitudes, skill, priorities and beliefs are intentionally and...

The Rise of Taliban Attacks on the Afghan Judiciary

June 09, 2016

The Taliban have been heightening its attacks on the Afghan judiciary and government employees as well as members of the security forces. The spike of attacks by the militant...

World Environment Day

June 08, 2016

On 5th of June, every year, World Environment Day is celebrated throughout the world. This year, as well, it was celebrated in different parts of world under the theme, Zero Tolerance...

The Social Aspects of Ramadan

June 07, 2016

The month of Ramadan is going to start and the Muslims around the world will be observing fast. Practice of fasting in month of Ramadan is basically abstaining from any sort of food...