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Foreign journalists in Afghanistan: Where they cross the line? Op-Ed

Foreign journalists in Afghanistan: Where they cross the line?

2014-10-09 150 Syed Zafar Mehdi

A free and independent press is considered the watchdog of society, custodian of public interest and a stimulus of political and social change

Afghan elections: Who will be the last man standing? Zariza Special

Afghan elections: Who will be the last man standing?

2014-04-15 376 Zariza News Bureau

On April 13, 2014 the Afghanistan Independent Election Commission (IEC) announced the preliminary results of recently-held Presidential elections, comprising 10 percent votes..

India to develop Chabahar Port in Iran to increase connectivity with Afghanistan Business & Economy

India to develop Chabahar Port in Iran to increase connectivity with Afghanistan

2014-10-20 52 Zariza News Bureau and Agencies

Indian government has finally given the go-ahead to a joint venture company to develop the Chabahar Port in Iran. The company will be investing 85.21 million USD

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President Ghani issues order to reclaim MoE land grabbed by power lords Law & Crime

President Ghani issues order to reclaim MoE land grabbed by power lords

2014-10-16 126 Babrak Yousufzai

Continuing his crusade against corruption, President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday asked Ministry of Interior Affairs (MoIA), Ministry of Defense (MoD) and National Directorate of Security (NDS)

Biggest cricket tournament kicks off in Kabul Sports

Biggest cricket tournament kicks off in Kabul

2014-10-19 45 Zariza Correspondent

After the successful season of Afghan Premier League which drew overwhelming response from football buffs across the country, it is time now for some cricket action.

International Afghan Pakhtun Culture Day to be marked on October 18 Arts & Lifestyle

International Afghan Pakhtun Culture Day to be marked on October 18

2014-09-23 304 Hanifullah in Peshawar

To celebrate the rich cultural traditions of Pakhtuns across the divide, The Pak-Afghan People’s Forum (PAPF) has decided to mark October 18

“Music can change perceptions and break stereotypes” Cinema & Entertainment

“Music can change perceptions and break stereotypes”

2014-06-15 530 Sayer Zaland

The young Shahzad Adeel has revolutionized music in Afghanistan. He wants to continue with same enthusiasm

Polio cases identified among Pakistani refugees in Khost Health & Fitness

Polio cases identified among Pakistani refugees in Khost

2014-10-10 83 Zariza Correspondent

The fears of polio outbreak are looming large as many Pakistani refugees coming from northern Waziristan to Khost province

“Afghanistan not an ideal place to live for elderly persons” Kabul Post

“Afghanistan not an ideal place to live for elderly persons”

2014-10-02 151 Zariza Correspondent

According to an annual index on the security and wellbeing of elderly persons, Afghanistan is not an ideal place to live for senior citizens.

Mirth and laughter back at Jalalabad’s Behsud Park Travel Tales

Mirth and laughter back at Jalalabad’s Behsud Park

2014-06-08 365 Babrak Yousufzai

From a slaughter place to tourist hotspot, Behsud Park has been the eloquent witness to Jalalabad’s turbulent history

The spectacular Gul Ghondhi Hill Photo Features

The spectacular Gul Ghondhi Hill

2014-07-05 677 Naimat Rawan (pictures and text)

The breathtaking landscape, mighty hills, lush greenery, and peaceful environment are what you associate with the northern Parwan province

Women, Pearl in Shale poetry collection published Books and Authors

Women, Pearl in Shale poetry collection published

2014-09-03 503 Sayer Zaland

The poetry collection of Jamila Mujahid, written in Pashto and English was recently released, which is published by Momand Publishing Society

A conversation with Dr. Warner about Afghanistan's telecommunication Interviews

A conversation with Dr. Warner about Afghanistan's telecommunication

2014-09-16 298 Sayer Zaland

right now, the expansion has just been phenomenal, so it really has been infrastructure growth up to this point, now that the infrastructure is nearing saturation I believe in the future