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Standard Tax System for Phone Users in Doldrums
Daily Outlook

Crackdown on unregistered SIM cards soon: MoTIT

AT-KABUL: The Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology (MoTIT) on Saturday, said that efforts on card to address the issue of unregistered SIM cards and its use in the country. Telecommunication and Information Technology ... Afghanistan Times, 1 month ago
Standard tax system for phone users in doldrums Pajhwok Afghan News, 1 month ago

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Siasat Daily, 3 weeks ago

71 rural infrastructure projects on cards

By Akhtar M. Nikzad-KABUL: Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development signed Sunday the contracts of 71 rural projects with private companies and the Community Development Councils. The projects include construction of retaining walls, ...
 Afghanistan Times1 week ago

$3.7m plans on cards to promote education in 17 provinces

KABUL (Pajhwok): Six projects worth $3.7 million will be implemented to enhance the capacity of education staff, students and provide equipment for schoolsin 17 provinces of the country. A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed in Kabul on ...
 Pajhwok Afghan News1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Bodies of Nepalese guards killed in Kabul flown back

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 06:17 The bodies of 12 Nepalese security guards killed by a Taliban suicide bomber in Afghanistan's capital earlier this week have been flown home to Nepal. … Click to Continue » related news UNSC condemns ...
 NewsFlow243 days ago 14 Nepalese among 23 killed in Afghan suicide bombings  Pakistan Observer5 days ago Suicide attack kills 14 Nepalese guards in Kabul  NewsFlow245 days ago Key Taliban commander killed in Logar: NDS  Afghanistan Times1 month ago

In Kabul, Three Generations of Startups Make Plans for a Future without Donors

In 2005, when Farshid Ghyasi founded NETLINKS , Afghanistan barely knew IT. The market, he generously says, was virgin…there were no players. It doesn't take a Silicon Valley VC to know that founding an IT company in a country with no IT market ...
 Red Herring1 week ago

June 16, 2016

One will be taken aback by seeing the nomadic and homeless, sleeping at nights in open space of Pole Sokhta in Kabul City. They live in social isolation, without homes or shelter. Extreme poverty is their share of life. Pole Sokhta is the place for ...
 Daily Outlook1 week ago
Eye Witness News

Facing fewer checkpoints, Taliban make Afghan road trips more risky

By KABUL (Reuters) - A series of kidnappings and murders on Afghanistan's highways has some officials and travelers questioning the NATO-backed strategy that reduced security check posts protecting roads in order to free up police and soldiers to go ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 week ago Taliban make Afghan road trips more risky  Reuters India1 week ago
Pakistan Observer

Taliban kill 12 Afghans, abduct 40

Home Top News Taliban kill 12 Afghans, abduct 40 Like Kabul—Afghan authorities Wednesday recovered bullet-ridden bodies of 12 security officials recently captured by the Taliban in eastern Ghazni province, while gunmen kidnapped 40 others ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Afghan Taliban to step up fight against Kabul under new amir  Asia Times Online4 weeks ago Four contenders emerge to lead Taliban after Mullah Mansoor  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago 4 contenders emerge to lead Taliban  Pakistan Observer1 month ago

Afghanistan assesses reports on reported death of Taliban leader

Kabul, May 22 (IANS) The Afghanistan government has started assessing the reported killing of Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor by US military drone strike in Pakistan, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Sunday. Abdullah said the US ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Afghan gov't assesses reports on likely death of Taliban leader Mullah Mansoor in U.S. drone strike  Xinhua News Agency1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

Make Afghan lapis lazuli a 'conflict' mineral:...

Kabul:Afghan lapis lazuli must be classified a "conflict mineral", an international watchdog says, warning the Taliban and other insurgents are earning some $20 million a year illegally mining the semi-precious stone. Violent competition between ...
 Qatar Peninsula2 weeks ago Make Afghan lapis lazuli a conflict mineral: watchdog  The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago
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