Abdul Saney Amanpoor
Syed Zafar Mehdi
30th Oct 2014
28th Oct 2014
From the Magazine
Professor Ashraf Ghani went back to university on Wednesday, this time as the president of Afghanistan. In his thoughtful speech to students at Beijing’s Xinhua University
China, which shares 76 kilometer long border with Afghanistan, has maintained a relatively ambiguous position on Afghanistan since the fall of Taliban in 2002.
On April 13, 2014 the Afghanistan Independent Election Commission (IEC) announced the preliminary results of recently-held Presidential elections, comprising 10 percent votes..
Following the much-anticipated meeting between President Ashraf Ghani and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Beijing on Wednesday, Chinese government pledged 327 million USD to Afghanistan.
From ZARIZA TV
Falling oil prices will affect financial and external balances in oil-dependent Gulf economies, warns Christine Lagarde, managing director at IMF.
The gunman in Wednesday's attack on Canada's capital had a criminal record and recently applied for a passport, planning to travel to Syria after undergoing
The Abu Dhabi real estate market has seen little or no movement in residential sales or leasing prices in Q3 2014, an Asteco report reveals.
Dubai Parks and Resorts, which is building a mega entertainment resort in Jebel Ali, will include Sony Picture Studios and Smurfs Zone, an official statement reveals.
Almost five years after the renovation work on Kabul’s Pul e Charkhi started, the contract has been terminated even though the work has not been completed
Afghanistan under-19 team thrashed Pakistan by 10 wickets in their first one day international match played at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore on Tuesday.
The second annual Afghan Social Media Summit (ASMS 2014) kicked off in grand fashion in Kabul on Sunday. The three-day summit that brings together social media experts
The young Shahzad Adeel has revolutionized music in Afghanistan. He wants to continue with same enthusiasm
A large number of Afghan youth are flocking to private hospitals and clinics, mostly in Kabul, to undergo plastic surgeries
Calling on the youth of Afghanistan to become change makers for their country, a senior United Nations official on Wednesday
The imposing Buddha statues, which used to be the prime attraction in Bamyan, are long gone but the beautiful ruins tell many fascinating stories.
City Park, a first-of-its-kind recreation park in Deh Mazang area of Kabul is attracting huge number of visitors every day. Established by a local business entrepreneur in partnership with Kabul Municipality
The poetry collection of Jamila Mujahid, written in Pashto and English was recently released, which is published by Momand Publishing Society
Meena Saifi is a renowned Afghan artist based in New York. She has held and participated in art exhibitions across the world