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Kabul new master-plan to soon come into effect, ministry

 Reporting about Kabul city’s new master plan draft, officials of the ministry of urban development and housing said the new master plan would change the ... Full story

Media should pay attention to national interests while broadcasting terroristic reports

 Terrorists are becoming more barbaric day by day and threatening lives of the country’s citizens. Explosion, suicide attack, military operation, killing, abducting and various types ... Full story

Fading book reading culture

 Although internet and social networks have decreased number of book readers but still book and book reading have particular position among enthusiasts of study and ... Full story

Awareness program in war on corruption

 A one day workshop entitled “Awareness giving on war on corruption” was organized at the press center of the MoIC by high administration on war ... Full story

Reza’s studying hard helps become Kankor topper

 Life for Afghan school graduate in militancy-hit Afghanistan has never been easy as they face a huge challenge to face a national university entrance-exam.  “I usually ... Full story

Growing water shortage concerns Kabul citizens

   Underground waters scarcity has critically concerned Kabul citizens, as officials said growing population, high use of dug wells’ waters by the citizens and lack of ... Full story

Management of Afghan-Turk high schools to be handed over to Turkish Education Foundation: MoE

 While it was said that management of Afghan-Turk schools would be handed over soon to turkey education foundation but spokesman of the MoED Mujeeb Mehrdad ... Full story

Educated generation to play vital role in enduring development process of Afghanistan

 Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) has announced results of 1396 entrance exam. From among 169,000 students participating in the exam, 60629 have been passed to ... Full story

Persisting war disheartens female journalists in Afghanistan, poll

 Findings of the Center for Protection of Afghan Women Journalists (CPAWJ) indicated that the number of women journalists working for media is reducing, particularly at ... Full story

Installation of gates in green zones creates traffic problems

 Criticizing establishment of gates in green zones and most parts of the city, in an exclusive interview with The Kabul Times correspondent, deputy chief of ... Full story

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