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Tehran bans imports of luxury items

Sanction-hit Iran has announced a ban on imports of luxury items-ranging from high-end cars to coffee to toilet paper. Tehran has taken this move to control the flow of money outside the country and to promote domestic products. The increasing

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Joblessness a major concern in Samangan province

A number of Samangan residents have expressed their deep concerns about unemployment and lack of job opportunities in the province and have urged the government to take serious actions. The residents complain that foreigners are employed in a number of

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Problems of Baghlan farmers not addressed

Baghlan fruits have lost their values in the market, as distance from the market and damaged roads have affected the quality of the fruits. The farmers say that their apple yield has been higher than previous years, but due to

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Reconstruction of a 14-km road in Jawzjan

Local officials of northern Jawzjan province reported about the reconstruction of the road in Khwaja Do-Koh District. Jawzjan Deputy Governor Faqir Mohammad Jawzjani said the graveling of the road has been completed at a cost of USD 300,000. He added

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Fuel prices increasing in Afghanistan with the arrival of the winter

A number of Kabul residents complain about the rising prices of fuel and urge the government to take measures to resolve the issue. The coming winter accompanied by the government’s failure to curb rising fuel prices in the country has

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Karzai attracting Indian investments to Afghanistan

President Hamid Karzai, currently visiting India, told a gathering in the capital city of Mumbai that his country is ready for Indian investments in mining and other sectors and that India should not hesitate about coming for investment to Afghanistan,

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Afghan piano students win 3rd prize in an international competition

Two students of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) finished third in their age category at an international piano competition held in Frankfurt, Germany earlier this week. This is the first time that any Afghan piano student participated in

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