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Plight of Afghan Refugees in Pakistan Filled With ‘Continuous Suffering’

Pakistan, the southern neighbor of Afghanistan is one of the primary destinations Afghan refugees have moved to after the Taliban seized power in August...

India Hosts G-20 Tourism Summit in Kashmir

As the Global South is scaling new heights, G-20 is gaining more significance - economically and politically. The G-20 tourism summit was convened in Kashmir from May...

Pakistan, Afghanistan, top global food shortage ‘hotspots’

By: Noman Hossain, Freelance Journalist Two United Nations bodies have foreseen acute food insecurity in Pakistan that is likely to further exacerbate in the coming...

Why it is Necessary for Afghanistan to Avert Being a Theatre of Geopolitical Games

By: Noman Hosseini, Freelance Journalist It is important for Afghanistan that it remains focused on economic revival post-Covid and political upheaval. Afghanistan could ill afford...

Looming Crisis In Pakistan

Economics should not be blamed alone for the fate of Pakistan. The cash-trapped nuclear nation is reeling under tough economic stress. The foreign reserves are pitifully low,...

How Does War Threaten the Education System in Ukraine?

Written By: Rahman Nazar Farhad and Mursal Ibrahimy The war robes the student's friends, family, homes, safety, schools, classrooms, stability, and hopes for the future. There...

SCO-Security Officials Meet and Afghanistan

India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in New Delhi expressed India's commitment to operationalising Chabahar Port and called for...

Egyptian President El-Sisi’s Visit as Chief Guest on India’s Republic Day

The three-day state visit of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on India’s resplendent Republic Day as the chief guest speaks volumes about India’s growing...

The Plight of Afghan Journalists Under the Taliban Regime

It is extremely difficult to report under the Taliban-run administration, with strict regulations restricting journalistic activities and media freedom, according to Afghan journalists. It is...

Mike Pompeo Blames Ghani for Landing his People in Trouble

Mike Pompeo, the former United States secretary of state has blamed Ashraf Ghani, Afghanistan’s former president for failing the U.S.-led peace process and putting...

Pakistan, Afghanistan Suffering From Militancy and Terrorism

The unprecedented rise in terror activities by militant groups has caused great concerns for the civil and military authorities of Pakistan and Afghanistan in...

Afghanistan Becoming Pakistan’s New Nightmare

With the unprecedented rise of terror attacks across Pakistan in the recent past, targeting army personnel, ISI officers, police officials, and ordinary citizens, the...

Learning From Past Mistakes, a Promising Opportunity for Afghan Taliban

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan's government may learn from the many missed opportunities for the country’s economic recovery amid these challenging times. Over the...

Imprisonment of Afghan nationals in Karachi increases Kabul-Islamabad tensions

Author: Noman Hossain, freelance journalist Refugees from Afghanistan are facing unprecedented challenges in Pakistan, especially after the Taliban takeover of Kabul in August 2021. Their...

Op-Ed: Depriving Afghan girls from school is against Quran lessons

By: Ahmad Shams I had a dream of becoming a physician one day, my dream was inspired by the devastation and pain of a war...

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