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Between peace and extremism

Since the USSR's invasion of Afghanistan, Pashtuns are striving not only against extremism but also trying to keep their cultural fabric intact. Circumstances have compelled them to remain in limbo and opt for either peace or extremism. There is a ... Daily Times, 5 days ago

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Pakistan launches Pashto diplomacy to woo Kabul

ISLAMABAD - In what appears to be a new approach to bilateral relations between Islamabad and Kabul, secular nationalist leaders have emerged as advocates of Pakistan's diplomatic outreach to Afghanistan as part of increasing engagement and ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Concerted efforts sought against terrorism in Af-Pak region  Afghanistan Times2 weeks ago Pashtun leaders in Pakistan stress on joint mechanism for pe  Afghanistan Times2 months ago Ghani, ISI chief discuss war on terror  Afghanistan Times2 weeks ago

Malala: Let child rights abuses end with us

I am very proud to be the first Pashtun, the first Pakistani, and the first young person to receive this award. I am pretty certain that I am also the first recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize who still fights with her younger brothers. I want there ...
 The Japan News1 month ago Kark: Police beat up people protesting against gas outages  Dunya News1 month ago

'The word Malala means grief stricken'

"Dear brothers and sisters, I was named after the inspirational Pashtun Joan of Arc, Malalai of Maiwand. "The word Malala means "grief stricken", "sad", but in order to lend some happiness to it, my grandfather would always call me Malala -- the happiest girl in this world and today I am very happy that we are standing together for an important cause." ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Mala becomes youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize recipient  Afghanistan Times1 month ago 'Radio Mullah': The bloodthirsty Taliban leader who planned Pakistani school massacre - and also ordered the hit on Malala  Capital Bay1 month ago We Will Kill Those Malalas: Before Taliban's School Massacre, Militants Warned of Revenge Against Nobel Prize Winner  Blaze.com1 month ago

Afghanistan won't allow proxy India-Pakistan war: Hamid Karzai

Musharraf warned that Pakistan would look to use ethnic Pashtuns to counter if India tries to achieve its goal of creating an "anti-Pakistan Afghanistan". NEW DELHI: Former president Hamid Karzai insisted Wednesday that Afghanistan would not allow itself to ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Afghanistan Not to Become Pakistan-India Battlefield  Kayhan International2 months ago

Afghanistan's Ghani drops Pashtun name from official documents

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has removed his tribal Pashtun surname "Ahmadzai" from all official documents, a spokesman said today.
 Zee News2 months ago Viewpoint: Ghani needs Pakistan help with Taliban talks  BBC2 weeks ago Afghanistan: Unaccomplished Mission, Uncertain Future Analysis  Eurasia Review2 weeks ago Editorial: Afghanistan's president needs to prove he's committed to progress, not paralysis  Washington Post3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Tribesmen fear losing guns

For generations, the Pashtun tribesmen who populate the area say they have considered carrying a weapon outside as important as wearing sandals — and Pakistan's government has made little effort to stop them. Unlike in most of Pakistan, where ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 week ago Pakistani tribesmen fear losing their guns  Gulf News6 hours ago Why Pakistan Needs to Change Its India Focused Security Approach to Counter Extremism  Huffington Post21 hours ago Pakistani tribesmen cling to their guns — and rockets  Washington Post1 week ago
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Sardar Ali Takkar to perform at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony

After Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, the Pashto music legend has been chosen to repres­ent Pakist­an at the presti­gious ceremo­ny. Takkar permanently settled in the US in 2010 after receiving death threats from the Taliban.
 The Express Tribune2 months ago Pashto music legend Takkar to perform at Nobel ceremony  The Express Tribune2 months ago Pashto music legend to perform at Nobel Peace Prize ceremony  Qatar Peninsula2 months ago Sardar Ali Takkar to sing for girls education at Nobel Peace Prize ceremony  Daily Messenger2 months ago
The Express Tribune

PkMAP man picked for Quetta mayor

PHOTO: AFP QUETTA: Two key coalition partners in the Balochistan government National Party (NP) and Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) have nominated PkMAP senior leader Dr Kaleemullah for the position of Quetta's mayor. The position of ...
 The Express Tribune2 days ago
The Express Tribune

The well-remembered Gandhi, but the oft-forgotten Bacha Khan

Bacha Khan, the legendary Pashtun social reformer. PHOTO: Bacha Khan Centre, Peshawar, Pakistan. When we look back at our history, almost every country in the world has experienced some form of foreign occupation, colonisation, massive ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago Khan Zaman group plans APS-like guerilla attack in Karachi  Frontier Post4 days ago PTI did not bring any change: Hoti  Frontier Post1 week ago Imran ends years of speculation  Business Recorder2 weeks ago
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