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Security Situation Worries the Afghan Citizens

June 09, 2012

I am Nizamuddin from Maidan-e-Wordak province and one of the daily readers of your newspapers. I believe your newspaper leads the latest news in around the country with best updates about the current and future situation of the country. One thing that has not been under discussion much is the Security concern while this is one of the most ...

Telecommunication Companies of Afghanistan

June 07, 2012

I Mohamad Azim SARAJ, one of Kabul residents and working with one of Diplomatic Missions in Kabul. First, I would like to thank your daily news for providing the updated news about daily issues of both social and political. I have received your daily paper of today VNo: 2156, on ...

Education Can Make Ways..

May 24, 2012

Afghan people still suffer from the extreme rate of illiteracy dominated the country. More than 70 percent of population is illiterate which is a matter of serious concern. We need professionals in the field of Engineering, Medical, and Scientific Research, Information Technology, Teaching and other related fields to develop. Today ...

Chicago Summit and ill Demands of Pakistan

May 22, 2012

The begging policy of Pakistan since its inception is un-understandable. Every Pakistani politician and ruler follows and presents the same policy shamelessly without any hesitation whenever any international forum as the recent Chicago NATO Summit is organized. This policy seems to be a part of its ...

Women are in Trouble

May 16, 2012

Girls suffer the worst on the streets while going to school and in other public places. Street harassment is a human rights issue because it limits women's ability to be in public as often or as comfortably as most men. The mobility of all members of the community is often restricted as well because of harassment and hateful violence motivated ...

Non Professional Journalists, no Less than a Threat

May 14, 2012

A non professional journalist, particularly those employed by majority of local radio stations is amongst the countless issues of Afghanistan that has not been considered seriously by the relevant authorities yet. Or journalism has been confined by such untrained journalists to just sitting in front of mics and presenting of articles ...

Education: the Only Way out

May 12, 2012

Today, the extreme pressure of global economy puts the people in the world into a question that how the people view the importance of education, job security, and what the returns of getting an education really are in today's society. With local and state governments running on a deficit, one of the first things to be ...

All Parties Conference is needed

April 28, 2012

As it is obvious to every Afghan that even after a decade and in spite the presence and support of international community in addition to great scores of US-led NATO security forces in Afghanistan, we have completely failed to form a national government that guarantee peace, progress and unity of its masses. However, some progress and ...

The Side Effect of Facebook

April 24, 2012

Before to begin this reformatory piece of writing, let's put a deeper glance on the usage of Facebook in the world, particularly in Afghanistan. The truth is, today technology has completely occupied youth and the world at large. It has annihilated the people from each

New Distribution of Textbooks Boosted the Spirit of Students

April 22, 2012

After the collapse of the Taliban, the international community has had lots of achievements in various field of life, particularly in the field of Education. Afghan children have enormously enrolled schools and youths are making the most use of education today! The ministry of Education confirmed that now about 8.2 million both girls and boys ...

Borqa and Miss Shabana Shams

Saturday April 21

In her piece of writing published under the title of "Women are still excluded", in the Daily outlook Afghanistan dated 17-04-2012, Ms. Shabana Shams has tried to conceal the truth and mislead the illiterate Afghans by saying that women are not allowed to come out of their houses without wearing a proper Borqa. If Ms. Shabana is a true Afghan ...

Public Transportation Needs Attention

April 10, 2012

Public transportation is one of the most serious problems in Kabul city, especially in western Kabul that we are facing today. That is more unfavorable in Dashti-e-Barchi area. The mini-buses, which belong to private sectors, are very old and outdated that cause traffic jammed and produce harmful ...

A Response to the Article “Who kills Hazaras in Pakistan and Why?”

Saturday April 07

Definitely, the killing of innocent Hazaras in Quetta, Pakistan must be fully condemned and all necessary measures must be taken to curb the issue. However, this does not imply that I am going to favor whatever is mentioned by Mohammad Younas in his article. I would try to clarify some of ...

Women Live a Miserable Life

Febraury 08, 2012

Throughout the history, the Afghan women have suffered injustice and brutality. The government has never paid any serious attention to their rights and freedom. Even today there are numerous restrictions on women except some major cities; women are not allowed to come out of their ...

Vulnerable Families Struggling to Survive in Winter

Febraury 07, 2012

Every year, extremely cold winter causes harsh humanitarian problems in Afghanistan, with the number of people killed by cold weather and heavy snow in several parts of the country, especially in rural ear, over the past one month the temperature got colder.
As day by day the weather gets cold and colder, it ...

The Causes of Food Insecurity

December, 08 2011

Unexpected numbers of people die every year in Afghanistan due to hunger and poverty; many more than violence and other insecurity system. Hunger is the mother of all evils that compails man to go against his conscience and do illegal things that scare and upset the ...

The Fake Medicine in the Market

November, 28 2011

On everything business and experiment is not fare indeed, doing business on the health of the people is an absolute abuse of the law and human dignity.The crisis of spurious and expired medicines in Kabul market is emerging as a gigantic issue for patients seeking medical ...

Yet the War is not Over

November, 27 2011

May be some times the world forgets about war-torn Afghanistan. Still here is a huge need for the world to understand the fight in Afghanistan; many people thought it would get over. But, the war in Afghanistan still persists to continue with no end, it's pretty known ...

The Ongoing Crime, Corruption and Violence

November, 14 2011

There is a growing agreement between scholars and analysts that some of the most imperative issues that need to be addressed in Afghanistan are corruption, organized crime, and the illegal economy more broadly defined on the ground. What became more obvious by what we daily observe is that the concern is very much shared by individuals and ...

Unemployment is the Root Cause of all Crimes

November, 13 2011

I think this is not only I analyze that unemployment is the reason driving the people to wards crimes and war, rather every single person from any part of the world thinks and openly analyzes so. Like these days, the inflation is on its highest peak and corruption rate has increased all over the country just to earn money, no justice for the ...

Education is the Remedy

November, 03 2011

Education is the foundation for civilization and development of any society. Illiteracy leads to many social catastrophes including narrow-mindedness and fundamentalist conservatives. Afghanistan is a society still at the stage of its preliminary days of evolution towards a civilized and modern society. Three decades of war ...

Car Speeds Put Many Lives in Dangers

November, 02 2011

Today the speed car is a very serious issue which has not been concerned by the higher authorities much. The speed of the cars not only harm the drivers themselves but it threats others lives around the streets and highways. We daily see accidents happening in highways and in small streets around inside the city and victims are mostly the ...

Fragmented Management Brings Poor Infrastructure

November, 01 2011

Major highways linking three main largest cities of Afghanistan – Kabul, Kandahar and Herat successfully reconstructed under "Afghanistan Road Initiative" in 2002 which has made commuting quicker and comfortable in above mentioned routes. This accomplished task is an obvious sign of development and stability in ...

The Ongoing Insecurity Disappoints the People

October, 30 2011

Today the speed of cares is a very serious problem that has not been concerned by the higher traffic controller in Kabul city. The high speed of the cars is not only the main cause of accidents taking place every day around Kabul city, but also pollutes the environment of the ...

Education can be the Only Solution

October, 18 2011

Afghan people still suffer from the extreme rate of illiteracy dominated the country. More than 70 percent of population in Afghanistan is illiterate which is the matter of a serious concern ...

The Grim Reality of Rural Areas

October, 17 2011

The remote areas were always the victims of the enormous and various problems, whether by the Taliban, insurgency, warlords, criminals and other forceful groups. The problems they have been facing throughout the history are incomparable indeed that none of us would ever ...

Homeless Children Striving to Live

October, 15 2011

Any given day in the towns and cities of Afghanistan, tens of thousands of children head to the streets to beg and hawk sundries, even during this hot ...

Insecurity the Worst Threat to Peace Building

October, 12 2011

The recent root of attacks on different well-known personalities is the really matter of concern for both Afghan government and international community, combating insecurity for the past 10 years. It was right two weeks later after the death of Wali Karzai, the governor ...

Pollution Persists to Threaten Lives

October, 11 2011

To live in a town steeped in grim pollution is more like living under a death sentence if the damage doesn't come from immediate poisoning, then cancers, lung infection, mental retardation are more likely outcomes for the Kabul ...

The Increase Rate of Addicts in Harat

September 22, 2011

Today the country is steeped in drug addicts and poppy production. Since last year, the number of addicts in Afghanistan in general, but western Harat in particular has risen to over 70, 000. Harat addicts mainly include jobless youths most of whom have been deported from Iran ...

No Place for Exercise to Maintain Good Health

September 06, 2011

Perhaps every body is looking forward having a very good health. Rolling a good health doesn't only need to make diet, and healthy food choices alone don't work to maintain your weight, bur rather, exercise is a much needed companion to those fruits, veggies and whole ...

Environment is Getting Messier

August 27, 2011

The environment pollution in Afghanistan specifically Kabul and other large cities has reached its peak question the performance of concerned organizations of government like Directorate of Environmental Protection and Provincial ...

IEDs Continue to Kill

August 25, 2011

These home-made bombs have been regarded the greatest killer of military and civilians in Afghanistan and so far no proper solution exists to prevent the incidents caused by these bombs. In many cases, innocent Afghans travelling with their family from one province or district to other have all been killed as result of their vehicle ...

Talks With Taliban?

August 23, 2011

After having fought the war on terror for more than nine years, the voices for negotiations with Taliban are getting aloud and starting to be on today's top priority. As an ordinary citizen of the war-ravaged country, I would like to express my opinion on the negotiations with Taliban going to be started by our ...

Women’s Right a Big Concern

August 20, 2011

Throughout the history, the Afghan women have suffered injustice and brutality. The government has never paid any serious attention to their rights and freedom. Even today there are numerous restrictions on women except some major cities; women are not allowed to come out of their houses without a proper covering or ...

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