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Emphasis on Afghanistan’s water management system

A 10-day training program on climate change and water resource is organized in Kabul by the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Representatives from Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the Maldives are attending the program.

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First court session on Kabul Bank’s case ends inconclusive

The first public hearing of Kabul Bank’s case was held in Kabul on Wednesday. After 16 months of negotiations and controversies over the case of Kabul Bank, its first public hearing ended without a result. The court officials say they

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UAE envoy urges the government to take charge of Ariana’s recent dispute

Officials at Afghanistan’s Embassy in the United Arab Emirates called on the government to step in on the dispute between the Afghan state carrier Ariana Airlines and the UAE-based group Airlines Company, saying it is in the dark on the

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Afghan corruption, and how the U.S. facilitates it

When it comes to corruption in Afghanistan, the time may be now for the United States to look in the mirror and see what lessons can be learned from contracting out parts of that war. On Sept. 30, Afghan President

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ACCI Identifying challenges to investment in Afghanistan

A number of senior government officials, civil society and private sector representatives, university teachers attended a meeting organized by the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries in Kabul. The meeting was aimed at identifying impediments to investment in the country.

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Why did SRK break his ‘no kissing’ clause for JTHJ?

Zee News- Shah Rukh Khan had made a rule for himself – never kiss on screen, but he has made an exception for Yash Chopra`s ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ (JTHJ). The superstar says he was “forced” to kiss this time,

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Iran’s enrichment of uranium doubles

A leaked report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) stated that IRAN could soon double its uranium output at the heavily fortified Fordo facility. While the uranium enrichment plant is not yet fully operational – with only about 700

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Increase in Kunduz rice yield

Owing to the favorable climatic conditions in various districts of Kunduz along with sufficient water and trained growers, rice production increase by 54,000 tons this year. Last year, farmers harvested 322,000 tons of rice from 73,000 hectares of land, while

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Renovation of Jumah Mosque in Herat

Afghan traders and industrialists have joined hands together to renovate the Friday Mosque of Herat also known as Jumah Mosque. According to Herat’s prayer leader and preacher, the mosque needed a new roof and glasswork. The deputy chief of the

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