English | دری

TUTAP and the controversies surrounding it

The TUTAP– acronym for Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan–is a big regional project that will connect these countries through a high voltage transmission system. The project serves to import electricity from the energy rich Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan to Afghanistan and Pakistan, where energy deficit

Read More

Afghanistan Rugs and Carpet Center launched in Kabul

The Afghanistan Rugs and Carpet Center (ARCC) was officially launched on Saturday in Kabul. The center aims at reviving the carpet sector of Afghanistan by developing state of the art production setups with improved work standards. At this new facility,

Read More

The 4th ‘Made in Pakistan’ expo kicks off in Kabul

The fourth ‘Made in Pakistan’ exhibition has kicked off in capital Kabul and will continue until May 7. Organized by the Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCC), the exhibition is attracting a large number of traders, businessmen and women.

Read More

A main road in Badakhshan opens for traffic again

The five-kilometer Feyzabad to Dashti Qurogh road was officially reopened for traffic on Thursday.  Following almost two years of rehabilitation and construction work funded by the German government at a cost of AFN 123 million, the road was handed over

Read More