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6 Tips for Handling Criticism

By Gretchen Rubin-Linkedin As an Upholder, I have a tough time being criticized, corrected, or accused – of even the smallest mistakes – and I react very angrily. Yikes, how I struggle to keep my sense of humor and light-heartedness! Here

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Taliban intend to open schools in Afghanistan

In the approaching twilight of the US war in Afghanistan, Taliban are showing their good side and intending to provide social services. According to the Frontier Post, the Taliban’s governing body decided to open schools in the areas controlled by

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10-bed hospital opened in Kandahar

The Afghan Islamic Press reports inauguration of a 10-bed maternity hospital in Kandahar City. The Hospital, called Aino Hospital, would provide round the clock maternal health facility while 10 female health workers would also provide health education to mothers. According

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Afghan Govt Rejects Gallup Poll on Internet Reach

Tolo News- The Afghan government has dismissed the findings of international research consultant Gallup that only three percent of Afghan households have access to the internet, saying internet coverage is closer to 20 percent. Gallup released a report this week

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Afghan Carpets Selected for International Carpet Awards

Tolo News-Two Afghan carpets, woven in Bamiyan and Kabul, have been selected for the international Carpet Design Awards at the DOMOTEX Flooring Trade Fair 2013 in Germany, the Afghan Carpet Producers and Exporters Union said Wednesday. The Union has said

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Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran: Trilateral trade talks put off for third time

The Express Tribune-Tahir-ul-Qadri’s sit-in has forced the government to postpone a two-day meeting of commerce ministers of Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran, which was scheduled to be held in Islamabad on January 18-19 – the third time these talks have been

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