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The Day Afghan Music Didn't Die
Radio Free Europe

The Day Afghan Music Didn't Die

KABUL -- The blast knocked Ahmad Sarmast unconscious and left him fighting for his life, but it could not kill his determination to bring music to Afghans' ears. It was this dedication to Kabul's embattled arts scene that led Sarmast, who heads the ... Radio Free Europe, 3 weeks ago

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Training for special children in music

KABUL (Pajhwok): Afghan musicians complain though improvements have been made in the area of music, yet special children's training in this performing art has been ignored. They say music, theatre, painting, calligraphy, sculpture, and cinema ...
 Frontier Post1 month ago
Jerusalem Post

Music censor

In a political climate where it is not unusual for Israel's prime minister to be accused of interfering in US politics, it should probably not come as a surprise when one of his junior ministers should feel justified in interfering in the affairs ...
 Jerusalem Post15 hours ago How Australia's cartel-like political parties drag down democracy  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Cartel-like parties drag down democracy  Canberra Times2 weeks ago
Washington Post

With U.S. withdrawal looming, a nascent Afghan press is in peril

CONTROLLING THE STORY: This is the third installment in an ongoing series examining the human cost of reporting the news around the world. By Sudarsan Raghavan , Andrew Quilty for The Washington Post A Tolo News team, including presenter ...
 Washington Post1 week ago

BREAKING NEWS: Punjab terror attack ends

Country needs national policy on terrorism: Badal | Ex-union minister Thungon jailed for corruption | Zain Masud named international director of art fair 2016 | Will give befitting reply, says India as six killed in Punjab attack (Fourth Lead) | ...
 Chennai Online1 month ago BREAKING NEWS: Suspected terror attack in Dinanagar town of Punjab  Chennai Online1 month ago BREAKING NEWS: All three terrorists killed in Punjab attack  Chennai Online1 month ago

Unidentified gunmen torch school in Ghazni

Taliban Denies Reported Death of Leader Mullah Omar Ayaz Gul VOA News July 29, 2015 8:25 AM ISLAMABAD - The Afghan Taliban and sources close to the insurgent group's upcoming peace talks with the Afghan government in Pakistan this week are ...
 Afghanistan News Center4 weeks ago Samantha Joins ADMK!  Chennai Online1 month ago

BREAKING NEWS: Superintendent of Police Baljit Singh killed by terrorists in Punjab

Former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam no more, nation mourns (Second Intro Night Lead) | Tributes pour in for Kalam; all recall contribution to nation | Former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam no more, nation mourns (Intro Night Lead) | Kalam was scholar ...
 Chennai Online1 month ago BREAKING NEWS: Former president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam dead  Chennai Online1 month ago
Times of India

Afghan women do in cyberworld what they can't in the real

By Joshi Herrmann Samira Hamidi was initially reluctant to join Facebook. In 2009, she explains, it was "very unusual" for an Afghan woman to have an account. She was eventually talked into it by friends she met while studying law at York ...
 Times of India1 month ago

India's Modi sets sights on Central Asia

Prime Minister Modi kick-started an eight-day trip to five Central Asian nations and Russia on July 6 in a bid to strengthen economic and political ties with a region, whose strategic importance to Delhi has grown significantly over the past ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago India, UAE cosy up as Pakistan dozes  The Freepress Journal1 week ago

US Media Concerned Over Growing Pro-Russian Sentiment in Georgia

Commenting on the growing phenomenon of Euroskepticism in Georgia, the Caucasian mountain nation lying at the intersection between Europe and Asia, The Washington Post sounded the alarm over Georgians' growing pro-Russian feelings, as both Brussels ...
 Sputnik1 month ago
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