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Roadside grids Painting started in Kabul

 Painting grids alongside roads have already been started in the capital Kabul in four zones.  The painting process has been financed by UN-Habitat—part of an effort ... Full story

Air corridor, most effective transit route between Afghanistan & India

 Air corridor has recently been opened between Afghanistan and India for economic and trade development and can be effective for transit of Afghan products. Khanjan Alokozay, ... Full story

Afghanistan moving toward constructive diplomacy, ambassador

 Afghanistan’s foreign policy is getting better by each passing day, as it has the capacity of a normal diplomacy right now.  There is no doubt that ... Full story

War the only monster grab media development

Due to the long vicious wars and insecurities, despite the rapid current expansion of knowledge and communications no tangible progress has been still seen in the state-run media, since more than 41 years of my work for The Kabul Times daily, said Mir Ahmad Shah, a retired media expert in an exclusive interview as follow: ... Full story

Reading culture leads Afghanistan towards development: spokesperson

The reading culture has been fading out among the youth and the new generation doesn’t have much interest to it, but the officials of the ... Full story

The blessed ‘Day of Arafat

Arafat is one of the blessed and auspicious days during which one of the biggest gatherings of good, benevolence, faith and honesty take place for ... Full story

Illiteracy; biggest challenge in Afghanistan

At global level, Afghanistan has the lowest and highest levels of literacy and illiteracy respectively that has created serious concerns on literacy movement. In an ... Full story

Balkh to host Int’l seminar on Mawlana

The international gathering of Balkhi to be held from Aug 22-24 in Afghanistan as per the suggestion and consistent efforts of Afghanistan cultural attaché in ... Full story

Afghanistan owns another touring exhibition, hits visitors’ record, Hakimi

  KABUL: Afghanistan’s well-known treasuries, attributed to the Mes Aynak (Ainak Copper) and Bakhtar, the famous names of the country’s rich mines, have been recently displayed ... Full story

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