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Institutionalizing Anti-corruption Efforts

February 01, 2016

Afghanistan is once again ranked among top three most corrupt countries in the world. According to the International Transparency annual report on corruption, only...

Crimes Must be Controlled

January 31, 2016

In almost every society in the world there are crimes and disorders. Though there are certain societies that have done well in controlling most of their crimes, no...

“NUG Must Do More for Human Rights”

January 30, 2016

Though emphasized and highlighted to a large extent, the issue of human rights violations remain persistent in Afghanistan. Since, the downfall of Taliban, though there...

Afghanistan – The Third Most Corrupt Country

January 28, 2016

It is not only terrorism and instability that have been influencing Afghan society; endemic corruption is also one of the menaces that have been eating the society...

The Worth of Scientific Approach

January 27, 2016

History is the witness that the societies that have pursued the habit of searching for knowledge have achieved success and development and that is the reason that...

Technology Should Serve People

January 26, 2016

The developments and success in science and technology have changed the lives of human beings to a great extent. Now, human beings can take advantages of these development...

US’s Shift of Approach to the Afghan Conflict

January 25, 2016

The Islamic State group is going to remain a key challenge in the upcoming years for the Afghan National Security Forces who already have been engaged in a bloody battle with...

All Children Must Get Education

January 24, 2016

A couple of weeks earlier a report by United Nations Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) presented a very gloomy picture of the plight of Afghan children. According...

Heinous Attack on Media Personnel

January 23, 2016

In a heinous act, a Taliban suicide car bomber detonated explosives on a bus that was carrying staff members from TOLO TV in Darulaman Road in Kabul on Wednesday...

The Right Approach for Peace

January 21, 2016

Representatives from Afghanistan, US, China and Pakistan called on the Taliban to resume peace talks with the Afghan government. The quadrilateral coordination group...

Strengthening Business is Imperative

January 20, 2016

For Afghanistan, it would be very imperative to focus on economic system as well if it desires to stand on its own in the times to come. The political issues are important...

Violence against Women Continues

January 19, 2016

Even after consistent insistence, the level of violence against women in Afghan society does not seem to be lowering. Every day, there are incidents which show clear...

Ulema Should Play Role in Promoting Peace

January 18, 2016

With the extremist militant groups raging war and violence across the country, a government initiative organized by the Ministry of Hajj and Religious Affairs is seeking...

Mining Sector Victimized by Corruption

January 17, 2016

It is one of the most unfortunate facts in Afghanistan that the resources that can benefit the country to a great extent are not utilized the way they should be; instead...

Daesh (ISIL-Khorasan) Named as Terrorist Organization

January 16, 2016

The nature of terrorism and insurgency is now turning into a complex and complicated phenomenon in Afghanistan. The security situation is deteriorating again and the...

Insufficient Health Facilities

January 14, 2016

One of the major problems in Afghanistan is the lack of sufficient and proper health facilities. Because of decades of instability and wars, the country has not been...

Changing TUTAP Route

January 13, 2016

For a heterogenous society like Afghanistan it is really important that justice and fair-play should be safeguarded as much as possible. Different sections and...

Talks May Start with ‘Reconcilables’

January 12, 2016

To pave the way for a peace negotiation with Taliban, a coordination meeting was held among the representatives of Afghanistan, Pakistan, US and China in Islamabad...

Kabul Threatened by Pollution

January 11, 2016

The concerns regarding growing pollution in the capital Kabul are multiplying as no serious measures are in place to control it. The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH)...

Peace Talks with Taliban

January 10, 2016

As the date for the quadrilateral meeting between Afghanistan, China, US and Pakistan is nearing, the suspense seems to be rising as what will happen; as the previous...

Political Wheeling and Dealing

January 09, 2016

Reports unfold an escalation in insurgency triggered by warring factions, mainly the Taliban splinter group, across the country. The blood of scores of Afghan soldiers and...

Continuous Discrimination against Women

January 07, 2016

Violence and discrimination against women do not seem to be decreasing in Afghanistan and there are fears that the gains acquired in uplifting the position of women...

After SAFF Loss

January 06, 2016

There were high hopes that Afghanistan would win the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship final for the second time; but the Afghan team could not ...

Time to Face Terrorism Seriously

January 05, 2016

Terrorism seems to be turning into a complex issue for the world in general and Afghanistan in particular. The aftershocks of terrorism have shaken Afghan society to...

Peace Talks Should End the Violence

January 04, 2016

While the peace efforts are being revived, ending the violence in the country is one of the key demands of the Afghan government as part of a peace deal with the ...

Refugee Crisis Getting Serious

January 03, 2016

The world has entered 2016, with many issues, among which the refugee crisis is one of the most dominating one. According to statistics from United Nations High...

A Stride towards Democracy in New Year

January 02, 2016

>Since the very inception of the universe time has been experiencing a continuous flow, and within this flow there are moments that are passing; there are...

Parliamentary Elections Expected in 2016

December 31, 2015

One of the most important qualities of democracy is the process of election. In a democratic country, if elections continue democracy prospers. This claim can be strengthened...

110 Journalists Killed in 2015

December 30, 2015

Throughout the world, the journalists play a very important role. They keep the public informed and support them in becoming aware of their socio-political circumstances...

Peace – A Crucial Requirement

December 29, 2015

One of the most crucial requirements for a society to develop is peace and tranquility. Without sustainable peace, thinking of prosperity is nothing more than a...

The Challenging Electoral Reforms Process

December 28, 2015

MPs at the Lower House of Afghan parliament (Wolesi Jirga) rejected President Ashraf Ghani’s decree on amendment of the country’s electoral law. The MPs argued...

Reasons and Eradication of Crimes

December 27, 2015

There are myriads of societies living in our world. Each one has its own characteristics. However, it should be noted that no society is perfect. Every society has...

Modi’s Visit to Kabul

December 26, 2015

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Afghanistan on Friday, December 25, after his visit to Moscow. During his visit to Kabul, he inaugurated Afghanistan...

Economic Challenges Ahead

December 24, 2015

The role of economy is very much vital for a country. It, for a country, is as important as circulatory system within a human body. As without circulatory system blood ...

The Real Responsibilities of Politicians

December 22, 2015

Though the evolution of human society has enabled them to achieve some marvellous achievements, but they have not been able to achieve one of the most important...