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Afghan economy faces serious revenue shortfall as state undertakes transition
Tuesday, 04.22.2014, 07:10pm

When the next president of Afghanistan takes office later this year, he will inherit a growing budget shortfall that could leave tens of thousands of civil servants unpaid and force key public programmes to shut down.


The fund is in the Arg so let live Karzai
Tuesday, 04.22.2014, 07:01pm
The next-door neighbor in need for some debt to run the home expenses knocked the door last day. Surprisingly I questioned if she has spend all the money in three days. Since, it’s merely the start of the month and the government servants usually suffer when the month ends. In fact,

Qalandar Momand. The Giant of Pashto fiction
Thursday, 04.17.2014, 12:47pm
Qalandar Momand (September 1, 1930 - February 4, 2003) is the one of the great Pashto Literary figures. In fact, the majority of Pashtoon critics admit

Karzai Practices the Great Game of British 1838 on Afghanistan 2014 Presidential Election
Thursday, 04.17.2014, 12:44pm
When two candidates of different quality compete in a one dimensional policy space, the equilibrium outcomes are asymmetric and do not correspond to the median.

Ashraf Ghani’s Positive Current Effects on Afghanistan Economy
Monday, 04.07.2014, 06:05pm
In the recent general election between Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and others, Afghan voters had decided who would be in the Presidential House for the next five years. People who spent their time and energy in order to participate in our democracy generally vote for a particular reason or issue.

Democracy Crests in Afghanistan
Monday, 04.07.2014, 06:02pm
April 05, 2014 was an historic day in the history of Afghanistan and democracy. Millions Afghan men and women cast their votes in the presidential election. The candidates visited almost all provinces during their campaign and addressed to their supporters. Still, People were not expecting the election to go in a way it went.

Pakistan a state sponsor of terrorism, Chris Alexander says
Wednesday, 04.02.2014, 12:28am
Canada and its allies must take a united front against Pakistan because it is a state sponsor of terrorism that threatens world security, says Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander.


  + Karzai Over Comes the Fear
  + Afghan War Claimed No U.S. Soldiers in March
  + Afghan election illustrates power of visuals
  + No extra military gear for Pakistan: State Dept
  + 2008 Indian Embassy attack in Kabul sanctioned by ISI: book
  + Farkhunda Zahra Naderi: "A culture of war is not the Afghan culture"
  + Afghanistan’s new man with a better plan
  + Religious sanctions vs cultural owning
  + Kabul Traffic Cop Pays Price For Playing It Straight
  + Afghan High Peace Council says it held talks with breakaway Taliban faction in UAE


 
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