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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...

Pakistan faces disappointment on bilateral deals with the new regime in Afghanistan

Author: Noman Hossain, freelance journalist Recent events on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border make it clear that Pakistan’s decades old Afghanistan policy has failed. On 11 December 2022,...

Taliban Open to Indian Efforts to Restart People Centric Development Projects 

Author: Noman Hossain, freelance journalist India has a historical and civilizational relationship with the Afghan people. Given its age-old ties, over the last two decades,...

The Plight of Afghan Refugees

Author: Ahmed ShamsCurrently studying the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law in Manchester. He has an LLB (Bachelor of Law) degree from...

Women’s Rights and Girls’ Education, a Major Challenge for the Interim Afghan Government

Violation of women’s rights and girls’ education has turned into a major challenge for the current de facto regime in Afghanistan, with the increasing...

India engaging with Taliban for tackling humanitarian crisis and restoring normalcy

Author: Noman Hossain, freelance journalist Indian Embassy in Kabul resumed its functionality in June 2022. Afghanistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the decision and expressed...

Curbing Terror: UN Counter-Terrorism Meeting in India

Internet or the cyberspace is now the habitat of new-age terrorists. It’s becoming immensely difficult  for the governments and regulators to ensure cyber security...

Afghanistan, the new blank space for a triangle super-powers

The mountainous land in the heart of Asia known as Afghanistan has always remained a major geo-political dispute among the superpowers. The great game...

Requirement of dams on Kabul river for the better management of Afghanistan’s water: Opinion

By: Mirza Ahmad Ebrahimi: The author is a PhD research scholar in India. Afghanistan has abundant water resources. 80% of such resources come from surface...

Op-Ed: Chabahar, a sustainable route for the Afghanistan trade

By: Mirza Ahmad Ebrahimi: The author is a PhD research scholar in India. Afghanistan is a landlocked country. For exports and imports at regional and...

Ahmad Shah Massoud’s Motive Towards Freedom

Following the bloodless coup of Dawood khan (the first ever president of Afghanistan) on 17th July 1973 against king Zahir Shah, the Afghan people had...

Taliban 2.0 – The trajectory of events after one year in power

The reemergence of Taliban as the de facto rulers of Afghanistan on August 15/21 took the entire world by surprise. A year later, the...

A glance on Buddhism in Afghanistan and its approaches for Peace and Non-Violence

By: Mirza Ahmad Ebrahimi Introduction  Buddhism is one of the world's largest religions and originated thousands of years ago in India, which is founded on the teachings of...

Op-Ed: Curing the Crisis in Colombo

Sri Lanka is under the grip of a chronic  financial crisis. Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who once  ran for the Presidency, ran from Sri Lanka - amid massive...

Economic debacle in Pakistan: Bajwa asks U.S to help with IMF loan

Shehbaz Sharif-led hung-parliament, which assumed power in April’s parliamentary election in Pakistan, has daunting challenges to fix. Pakistan is crippled by a host of...

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