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Marshal Fahim; man of Jihad and resistance

 Hoot 18th is coinciding with third death anniversary of Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim. He died at this day as unexpectedly. Marshal Fahim had effective role especially after the end of 2001 in political events of Afghanistan. 59 years before, Marshal Fahim was born in Panjsher beautiful valley in a pious ...

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Marking Int’l Women’s Day example of unprecedented solidarity worldwide

Choosing a day as women’s day has been discussed for the first time during struggles by New York women chanting the slogan of polling right for women. In 1857, female laborers of cloth-weaving and dress-making factories in a protest on New York streets asked for increasing of their salaries, decreasing ...

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Polygyny among factors behind violence against women

 Afghanistan Human Rights Commission (AHRC) said that 2900 cases of violence against women have been recorded over the last 9 months, most of which have been due to polygamy.  However, there are not accurate figures in access, but based on traditions and cultures, most of men in villages marry more ...

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Women role key in govt. structure

 Unfortunately rampant wrong traditions in Afghanistan have caused the women not to have eye-catching role in the government structure. A number of lawmakers and women rights advocates stress on women further political partnership in the government.  Justice and Partnership Association (JPA) said that President Ghani has not still practiced its ...

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Bread and Peace

(Not only a Slogan but the Soul of International Women Day)  International Women’s Day (8th March) is an event set apart by women’s gatherings around the world. This date is additionally honored at the United Nations and is assigned in many countries as a national holiday. Tradition sees man honoring ...

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Some memories of Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim

 Have you ever realized some people characters, whom are being totally changed when they took or reach a position? The people use word ‘drop-drunk’ on such people, it means when a person drinks only a drop of wine is being totally drunken. But, the great personalities never get changed when ...

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Overall condition of Ghor cultural heritage

 Ghor, one of the country’s central provinces, is a low-developed province. When we talk about Ghor’s historic monuments, we think of Jam Minaret considered one the most famous cultural monuments in the country. Afghanistan is a historic and cultural country located in heart of Asia and each part and corner ...

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Ultimately controversial article in population registration law amended and initialed by president

 One and half year ago, the second vice president office had  announced that distribution of E-IDs will be started soon. In that time president Ghani had ordered that these IDs be distributed based on the population registration law. The sixth article of this law had insisted on insertion of the ...

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Kunar cultural heritages need to be renovated

 Kunar, a mountainous province of the country, has cultural heritages as historic mosques and shrines having more than 400 years history and need to be renovated. Kunar provincial director of information and culture Janat Gul Feda told The Kabul Times correspondent, “Kunar does not have cultural heritages like Herat minarets, ...

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G-7 warns Pakistan to seriously fight terrorism, extremism

 G-7 has warned Pakistan to end its support from terrorist groups, otherwise will be face in to a commercial and even political isolation in the region.  BNA political affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes there is no any country all over the world like Pakistan, whose name closely linked ...

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