Friday 27 May, 2022
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The Khaama Press News Agency
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Nizamuddin Rezahi

Nizamuddin Rezahi holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration specializing in Marketing Management from SLIIT. He is a competent content writer, interested in writing on the contemporary socio-economic and cultural affairs of Afghanistan.

Extension in the time period for transportation of 50,000 Metric Tons (MTs) of Wheat and Life Saving Medicines as Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan via Attari-Wagah Integrated Check-Post The Government of Pakistan, in November 2021 had approved, as a special gesture to the Afghan people, the transportation of 50,000 MTs of wheat and lifesaving...

The Khaama Press News Agency conducted an inclusive interview with Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistan Ambassador to Kabul on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, at the Pakistan Embassy.The main purpose of this interview was to gain the insight of Ambassador...

Following the collapse of the previous government, Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis is rapidly growing due to the uncertain and chaotic economic and political situation. Millions of Afghans have been internally displaced, and thousands...

The ongoing imposed Afghan war and political uncertainty have been the most prolonged conflict of its kind, with devastating consequences for the Afghan people who lost family members over the past decades. People are exhausted from this...

A complete withdrawal of the U.S. and NATO combat forces from Afghanistan will coincide with Sep 11, marking the 20th anniversary of the twin tower attacks in the U.S., which resulted in the Taliban’s ouster in a US-led invasion of...

Favoritism is a critical factor adversely affecting the administrative system of Afghanistan for decades. It has dried up the roots of meritocracy and a talent-based approach while recruiting employees at different levels in government...

As the third wave of the Coronavirus hits the country, the Public Health Ministry and the government leadership barely takes concrete preventive measures to thwart the outbreak of a potential humanitarian crisis with severe ramifications...

By Nizamuddin Rezahi on Jun 15th, 2021

Over the past four decades, Afghanistan has suffered from prolonged imposed war and internal conflicts, adversely affecting the country on different fronts. Displacement and mass migration to the neighboring countries and beyond, lack of...

Taliban fighters killed at least 15 Afghan security forces in an attack on a base in northern Kunduz province on Tuesday night, according to security sources. Reports say the attack took place at a joint security forces base in Dasht-e-Archi...

By Nizamuddin Rezahi on Jan 29th, 2020

Germany hosted a high-level ministerial conference on Green Central Asia Initiative aimed to support regional integration between Afghanistan and the five Central Asian countries on Tuesday. High ranking officials from Afghanistan,...

By Nizamuddin Rezahi on Jan 29th, 2020

Politicians, analysts, and social activists in Pakistan and Afghanistan describe the US move as fueling more violence and turmoil in the Middle East. U.S. President Donald Trump’s plan to wrap up the Israel-Palestine conflict has...

By Nizamuddin Rezahi on Jan 29th, 2020

According to local government officials, Taliban fighters managed to storm a police base in the northern Baghlan province, killed at least 11 police officers, possibly with the help of one of the police inside on Tuesday. Reports say...

By Nizamuddin Rezahi on Jan 28th, 2020

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan on Monday noted with grave concern the recent tweets by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, describing them as an apparent interference in Pakistan’s internal affairs. Following the detention...

The joint regional economic project by Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI), has faced more delays inside Afghanistan due to issues of land acquisition and more, according to the local officials. The construction work of the...

Girls volleyball competition started in western Herat province for the first time, where eight clubs are competing in two separate groups, said officials. The participating athletes are optimistic about women volleyball competing which...