Politics & Security

Afghan Women Six Point Agenda for Moscow Peace Talks

Afghan Women Six Point Agenda for Moscow Peace Talks

2019-02-07 5402 Zariza Correspondent

Afghan women have historically been on the right side of the history. They have consistently sided with democracy and social progress.

Op-Ed

Professor Hassan Kakar: A Man for All Seasons

Professor Hassan Kakar: A Man for All Seasons

2019-02-03 5345 Shafeek Seddiq

The story of Professor Hassan Kakar started with my introduction to his son, Kawun Kakar, in 2009, which developed into a friendship.

Zariza Special

Empowering Afghan women to become leaders and changemakers

Empowering Afghan women to become leaders and changemakers

2015-06-20 12331 Syed Zafar Mehdi

​Afghanistan currently sits on the cusp of what has been termed the ‘transformation decade’, and nothing is more important for the National Unity Government (NUG) and its international partners than preserving and building on the gains of the past decade.

Law & Crime

Save the Children calls for end to corporal punishment in Afghanistan after death of a high school student

Save the Children calls for end to corporal punishment in Afghanistan after death of a high school student

2017-11-07 8424 Zariza Correspondent

Save the Children is urging the Afghan government to properly enforce its corporal punishment ban following reports that a high school student died after facing violence at school. The incident took place in the northern Afghan province of Balk.

Sports

SAFF Cup 2015: Reigning champions Afghanistan to start title defense against Bangladesh

SAFF Cup 2015: Reigning champions Afghanistan to start title defense against Bangladesh

2015-09-19 10243 0

​The South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship 2015 will be played between December 23 and January 3 in India, according to a statement issued by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

Arts & Culture

Afghan delegates to participate in international women’s media conference in India

Afghan delegates to participate in international women’s media conference in India

2015-09-14 10288 Zariza Correspondent

More than 100 women journalists, media professionals and filmmakers are expected to participate in the 36th International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) biennial conference in New Delhi from September 15 to 18.

Travel Tales

Panjshir valley: Nature in her most pristine form

Panjshir valley: Nature in her most pristine form

2015-07-04 10991 Syed Zafar Mehdi

​Last week, driving up the magnificent Panjshir valley in northeastern Afghanistan, 150 km north of Kabul, I saw beauty in its most pristine form.

Photo Features

In Pictures: Kabul shopkeepers witness surge in sale of dry fruits ahead of Eid

In Pictures: Kabul shopkeepers witness surge in sale of dry fruits ahead of Eid

2015-07-12 15508 Naimat Rawan (pictures and text)

The festival of Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramazan, is celebrated in Afghanistan with tremendous fervor. As the festival approaches, there is huge rush in markets. People are shopping for clothes, gifts and food items. When it comes to food, nothing beats dried fruits. Eid al-Fitr festivities are incomplete without dried fruits.

Literature and Poetry

Bengali classic ‘Deshe Bideshe’, which chronicles Afghan history and politics, translated into English

Bengali classic ‘Deshe Bideshe’, which chronicles Afghan history and politics, translated into English

2015-07-06 12954 Press Trust of India

​Bengali classic ‘Deshe Bideshe’, which provides an insight into Afghanistan's history and politics, has now been published in a new English translation titled “In a Land Far from Home”.