|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
|Karzai Over Comes the Fear|
Tuesday, 04.01.2014, 07:44am
is the first time in Afghan history that the third continual democratic
presidential election is being held. Although, there is no political party
participating in the election, but individuals. In addition, the Afghan
Politicians are now learning to play a national politics rather than tribal or
ethnical, so this will be the doorstep for the national political parties to
come into being.
|Afghan War Claimed No U.S. Soldiers in March|
Tuesday, 04.01.2014, 07:36am
For the first time in more than seven years, there were zero combat casualties among U.S. military forces in Afghanistan during a full calendar month, according to NATO press releases.
|Afghan election illustrates power of visuals|
Tuesday, 04.01.2014, 07:35am
PARACHUTE or laptop computer? Sunrise or binoculars? Five days before polling, Afghan voters are spoilt for choice as they prepare to make their selection from an oddball array of candidates’ symbols.
|No extra military gear for Pakistan: State Dept|
Tuesday, 04.01.2014, 07:00am
WASHINGTON: Addressing concerns of the Karzai government, the Obama administration on Monday ruled out transferring the leftover military hardware from Afghanistan to Pakistan.