Editor in Chief: Dr. Hussain Yasa Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

The Inevitability of Institutions

The Inevitability of Institutions

September 01, 2015 | Dilawar Sherzai | Opinion

The incapacity of human beings to live alone on their own has made them live in the form of groups. The interdependence of human beings has made them interact and communicate with one ...Read more

Minorities’ Rights Must be Recognized

September 01, 2015 | Editorials

Every human command equal respect and fair treatment based on sacred bond humanity grants and democracy ascertains this provision. Democracy protects and promotes of human rights -it ...Read more

Shortage of Clean Drinking Water

August 31, 2015 | Editorials

Fortunately, our world has been blessed with different resources that support us to live our lives with ease and comfort. Among these resources water is one of the most basic ...Read more

Afghanistan-Turkmenistan: Shifted From Friendly to Brotherly Ties

August 30, 2015 | Editorials

Afghanistan and Turkmenistan have been good neighbors and friend for couple of years. Turkmenistan is an old friend of Afghanistan and we have historic and cultural ties between us....Read more

National »

Pakistan won’t be Asked to Help Revive Peace Talks: CEO

Pakistan won’t be Asked to Help Revive Peace Talks: CEO

September 01, 2015 | National

KABUL - Chief Executive Office Dr. Abdullah Abdullah on Monday said Afghanistan would not ask for Pakistan’s help for arranging the second round of talks with the...Read More

Iran, UN Official Discuss Afghan Refugees’ Situation, Concerns

Iran, UN Official  Discuss Afghan Refugees’ Situation, Concerns

September 01, 2015 | National

TEHRAN - Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araqchi and Head of the Executive Committee of UNHCR Pedro Commissario Afonso exchanged views over finding new avenues to pave the ...Read More

HPC Labels Taliban ‘War Cry’ a Political Game

HPC Labels  Taliban ‘War Cry’  a Political Game

September 01, 2015 | National

KABUL - A senior negotiator and member of the Afghan High Council Peace (HPC), Azizullah Din Mohammad, said Sunday that the Taliban is probably willing, although hesitant, to come to ...Read More

More Than 100 School Girls Poisoned in Herat

More Than 100 School Girls Poisoned in Herat

September 01, 2015 | National

KABUL - Local officials said more than 100 school girls were poisoned in western Herat province early Monday.The incident took place in Herat city when the girls were at school, said ...Read More

Disgruntled Reform Panel Members Submit own Proposals

Disgruntled Reform  Panel Members Submit  own Proposals

September 01, 2015 | National

KABUL - Two protesting members of the Electoral Reform Commission have submitted their own set of suggestions to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), an official said...Read More

U.S Criticizes Pakistan for Not Dealing with Haqqani

U.S Criticizes Pakistan for Not Dealing with Haqqani

September 01, 2015 | National

KABUL - Washington once again criticized Islamabad for not taking firm action against the Haqqani Network which is accused of conducted ongoing attacks on...Read More

100 Years of Afghan-German Ties Marked at Kabul Event

100 Years of Afghan-German Ties Marked at Kabul Event

August 31, 2015 | National

KABUL - President Ashraf Ghani, CEO Abdullah Abdullah and the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Sunday celebrated 100-years of Afghan-German relations at an official function ...Read More

International »

Foreign Ministers to Discuss Ukraine By Mid-Sept: Kremlin

Foreign Ministers to Discuss  Ukraine By Mid-Sept: Kremlin

September 01, 2015 | International

MOSCOW - Foreign ministers of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France will meet by the middle of September to discuss the conflict in Ukraine, Kremlin adviser Yuri Ushakov told reporters ...Read More

Terrorism is Foundation of Israeli Regime: Rouhani

Terrorism is Foundation  of Israeli Regime: Rouhani

September 01, 2015 | International

TEHRAN - Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the Israeli regime has been founded and continues to survive on terrorism. President Rouhani made the remark at an international ...Read More

Turkey’s New Interim Gov’t Formed Amid Partisanship Criticisms

Turkey’s New Interim Gov’t Formed Amid Partisanship Criticisms

August 31, 2015 | International

ANKARA - Turkey's interim government formed by caretaker Prime Minister AhmetDavutoglu brought independents, nationalists and Kurdish politicians to the cabinet amid mounting criticism ...Read More

Berlin, Paris, London Seek Urgent EU Meeting on Migrant Crisis

Berlin, Paris, London Seek Urgent EU Meeting on Migrant Crisis

August 31, 2015 | International

PARIS - Germany, France and Britain made a joint call Sunday for an urgent meeting of EU interior and justice ministers to find concrete measures to cope with the escalating migration ...Read More

UN Chief Calls for more Protection for Refugees, Migrants

UN Chief Calls for more  Protection for Refugees, Migrants

August 30, 2015 | International

UNITED NATIONS - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon on Friday called for more protection for refugees and migrants after learning of latest loss of lives in the Mediterranean...Read More

Commemorative Concert Marks End of WWII at UN Headquarters

Commemorative Concert Marks End of WWII at UN Headquarters

August 30, 2015 | International

UNITED NATIONS - With delicate yet powerful music rising and flowing, the audience at the United Nations headquarters savored the performance by Shanghai Symphony Orchestra to mark the end ...Read More

Editorials »

Minorities’ Rights Must be Recognized

September 01, 2015 | Editorials

Every human command equal respect and fair treatment based on sacred bond humanity grants and democracy ascertains this provision. Democracy protects and promotes of human rights -it ...Read More

Shortage of Clean Drinking Water

August 31, 2015 | Editorials

Fortunately, our world has been blessed with different resources that support us to live our lives with ease and comfort. Among these resources water is one of the most basic ...Read More

Afghanistan-Turkmenistan: Shifted From Friendly to Brotherly Ties

August 30, 2015 | Editorials

Afghanistan and Turkmenistan have been good neighbors and friend for couple of years. Turkmenistan is an old friend of Afghanistan and we have historic and cultural ties between us....Read More

Refugee Crisis Continues

August 29, 2015 | Editorials

As disorder and wars are ravaging the lives of the people in different parts of the world, the number of refugees, fleeing their countries and trying to find some place safer, is also ...Read More

How to Resolve Conflicts?

August 27, 2015 | Editorials

There are different types of human beings on our planet earth. It is really strange and interesting that no two human beings can be found here who are completely similar. There are ...Read More

Economy Decides the Political Structure

August 26, 2015 | Editorials

Economy has a decisive role in development and growth of a country. Without stable economy it is would be an illusion to think about order and stability in other fields of life. It can ...Read More

Controlling Drug Addiction

August 25, 2015 | Editorials

As the number of drugs addicts is increasing in Kabul, there are some efforts by the Counter-Narcotics Department of Ministry of Interior to curb the drug dealing in the capital. There are ...Read More

Article/opinion »

The Inevitability of Institutions

The Inevitability of Institutions

September 01, 2015 | Dilawar Sherzai | opinion

The incapacity of human beings to live alone on their own has made them live in the form of groups. The interdependence of human beings has made them interact and communicate with one ...Read More

Taliban Confused and Nervous

Taliban Confused  and Nervous

September 01, 2015 | Manish Rai | opinion

The Taliban carried out many deadly remarkably vicious attacks in Kabul in recent days which claimed many innocent lives. These attacks may be an apparent attempt by the Taliban ...Read More

Lack of Social Freedom

Lack of Social Freedom

August 31, 2015 | Hujjatullah Zia | opinion

We have been longing for freedom voraciously. Freedom to express our thoughts, to act without restrictions, to walk without boundaries, to do what we want without the mood of being ...Read More

Stability of Government in Afghanistan: Lessons of History and Visions of Tomorrow

Stability of Government in Afghanistan:  Lessons of History and Visions of Tomorrow

August 31, 2015 | Latif Mohammadi | opinion

This essay examines parameters required for establishment of permanent political stability in a nation-state. It argues a country requires consolidation of two fundamental factors to be ...Read More

The Need for Comprehensive Electoral Reforms

The Need for Comprehensive Electoral Reforms

August 30, 2015 | Abdul Ahad Bahrami | opinion

With the electoral reforms commission working on recommendations for reforms to Afghanistan’s electoral system, many stakeholders of the Afghan politics expect the ...Read More

Media Plights Needs Redress

Media Plights Needs Redress

August 30, 2015 | Asmatyari | opinion

Throughout human history, man daren’t speak or preferred observing silence even if the authoritarian government exercised entirely unjust deeds. The masses rendered hapless to ...Read More

Diplomatic Equations on Syria Changing

Diplomatic Equations  on Syria Changing

August 29, 2015 | Manish Rai | opinion

The recent diplomatic activity on Syria is intriguing. Russia, Mr. Assad’s most powerful supporter, has forged new ties with Saudi Arabia, his bitter foe and a major funder of Syrian...Read More