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E-ID Cards Essential, Very important Issue: Abdullah

KABUL - CEO Abdullah Abdullah on Tuesday called on all Afghans to look to the future and embrace advances in the telecommunication sector and to stop seeing themselves as being behind the times. In addition, Abdullah called on government to ... Daily Outlook, 1 week ago

NNG to roll out two cards with its products

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 United News of India7 hours ago
Firstpost.com

Why play cricket with Pakistan when ISI-backed terror attacks kill Indians in Kabul?

It is quite a queer coincidence that on a day when reports were doing the rounds of India and Pakistan agreeing to play a cricket series in UAE in December this year, yet another dastardly terror attack took place against Indian interests in ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago

A "Martyr," a Murder, and the Making of a New Afghanistan?

http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/175997/tomgram%3A_ann_jones%2C_citizen%27s_revolt_in_afghanistan/#more I went to Kabul, Afghanistan, in March to see old friends. By chance, I arrived the day after a woman had been beaten to death and burned by a mob ...
 PEJ News2 days ago Farkhunda is Our Sister  ZNet2 weeks ago Farkhunda is our sister: A murder, a martyr and an Afghan revolution in the making  Salon2 weeks ago "Farkhunda Is Our Sister" : A "Martyr," A Murder, And The Making Of A New Afghanistan?  Counter Currents2 weeks ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Kabulis in Calcutta

Tall and hefty Kabuliwalas or men from Afghanistan in their voluminous salwars and kameez, embroidered waistcoats and huge turbans with fantails were once a common sight in Calcutta. They lent money to local people and sold asafoetida and dry fruits ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Nikkei Asian Review

China's road to Kabul runs through Islamabad

On the eve of his visit to Pakistan, Chinese President Xi Jinping wrote an editorial in both Chinese and Pakistani newspapers emphasizing the unique and matchless bond between the two nations. The tone of the article starts off with sentimental ...
 Nikkei Asian Review4 weeks ago Islamabad yet to get Kabul response on Pak SIMs usage  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

Dastgir reaches Kabul

April 15, 2015 Commerce Minister Engineer Khurram Dastgir Khan has reached Kabul (Afghanistan) to discuss Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) and progress on the Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan Trilateral Transit Agreement. Commerce Minister is ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago
Daily Outlook

5 More Cabinet Picks Present Future Plans to WJ

KABUL - Five ministers-designate presented their plans and strategies to the Wolesi Jirga (WJ) or lower house of parliament on Monday. The nominees who presented their plans included minister-designate for commerce and industries, energy and ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago Five more ministers-designate brief WJ over future programs  Afghanistan Times1 month ago
Washington Post

After suffering under the Taliban, an Afghan minority faces new threats

By , KABUL — Inside the two seized buses, terrified passengers prayed to remain in their seats. The masked gunmen had collected their identification cards and snatched their cellphones, survivors would later recall. Next, they separated ...
 Washington Post1 month ago
Rediff.com

The changing face of Kolkata's Kabuliwala

Driven out of business by microfinance companies, the Kabuliwalas of Kolkata, traditional moneylenders, have seen their numbers shrink. I felt like I was in hell. I could not speak properly and remembered my mother’s admonition that I shouldn’t go to my village in Afghanistan,” recalls Zaffar Khan, 29, of the time he was caught and frisked by the Taliban on a secluded highway on his way to Paktika, his village, 140 km from Kabul.   Son of a quintessential ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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