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Afghanistan’s 4th Private Insurance Company is Granted License

The Insurance Group of Afghanistan received its license from the Ministry of Finance on Saturday in a ceremony at Kabul Serena Hotel from the Ministry of Finance. Speaking at the conference, IGA’s President Sakeena Banu Ghazanfar emphasized on laying out

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Donors pledge $16bn to Afghanistan at Tokyo Meeting

International donors to Afghanistan, led by the U.S., Japan, Germany and the UK, pledged to USD 16bn in civilian aid for four years for the reconstruction and stability of Afghanistan after foreign forces leave in 2014. The Afghan economy relies

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Afghan traders must pay attention to the quality and production date of food items

Afghan Ministry of Public Health discovered 4 tons of expired food in Kabul City and destroyed them. The Ministry requested traders of the private sectors to avoid importing expired and low quality items into the country otherwise they will face

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Sonakshi Sinha is not single!

Not only is she acting with forty plus actors, Sonakshi Sinha is dating an older man too. That’s whatsmaking the buzz in the industry. It is heard that the Sinha girl is in a relationship with a divorcee. Well, though

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Problems in the document for Tokyo Conference

On the eve of the Tokyo Conference, National Alliance of Afghanistan claimed that the document that will be offered by the Afghan government at the Tokyo Conference is marked with problems and contradictions. Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, head of the National

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Afghans expectations from the Tokyo Conference

On the eve of the Tokyo Conference for Afghanistan, a number of experts and Afghan citizens have asked the international community to supervise the billions of aid that they would pledge at the conference. The residents and experts called on

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Afghan Political Analysts on Corruption and its affect on Foreign Aid

Political Analysts have expressed their deep concerns about the pervasive corruption in the country that may lead to loss of foreign aid. At the second international conference held in Tokyo for the reconstruction of Afghanistan since the overthrow of the

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Afghanistan now the world’s sixth largest exporter of raisins

According to the Export Promotion Agency of Afghanistan (EPAA), raisin exports in Afghanistan have gone up from 8,500 tons to 24,000 tons in the last year. The decades of war disrupted the export capacity of the country and destroyed much

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