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Book-reading culture boosts in Bamyan

Bamyan is one of the country’s provinces, where all cultural sections have got better. Recently book-selling markets and book-reading culture have much improved in the ... Full story

Synthetic drugs are making headway in Afghanistan, UN reports

 Methamphetamine is increasingly being seized by law enforcement in Afghanistan, and there is also evidence that it is being produced in the country, according to ... Full story

Insecurity behind weak women presence in government institutions

 Ministry of Women Affairs has declared that women presence in government institutions has cut down. According to deputy minister of women affairs Spozhmy Wardak, our reviews ... Full story

Valentine’s Day celebration in Afghanistan

 14th Feb coincides with the world day of love and affection which is celebrated in most countries under the name of Valentines’ Day every year. Although ... Full story

Snowfalls, rainfalls to help reduce pollution

 Nowadays the Kabul pollution has reduced due to recent heavy snowfall, while before a thick fog and smoke had covered Kabul space especially during early ... Full story

Returnees, IDPs’ problems to be addressed, ministry

 The ministry of refugees and repatriations said, ‘based on president’s order, to solve the returnees and internally displaced peoples’ (IDPs) problems, work on a ten-year ... Full story

3000 cases of violence against women recorded, HRC

 3000 cases of violence against women have been recorded in the last nine months, a human rights commissioner said.   Expressing concern on women situation, a ... Full story

Noise pollution great challenge before people

 Noise pollution has appeared as a new challenge in Kabul with a number of people reporting health related problems like hearing loss, hyper tension, cardiovascular ... Full story

unemployment concerns workers in winter

Unemployment is a big challenge and large number of Afghan able workers suffering of it. A lot of eligible workers every early morning waiting in ... Full story

Rule of law helps decrease violence against women, AIHRC

Officials of Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) said that rule of law in the country could decrease violence against women. In fact, violence against women ... Full story

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