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India concern over NATO forces withdrawal from Afghanistan
Saturday, 01.10.2015, 06:42pm

India today said that the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan would not only have security implications for South Asia but also for the US and other countries even as he called for maximum caution in the wake of the development. 

 

“The lie”
Saturday, 01.10.2015, 05:46pm

 

Short Story - The snow was falling. It covered the whole earth with immense white heaps. It was a frozen. I covered my neck with the muffler and fast my walking to warm-up myself.

“The sweet voice”
Friday, 12.26.2014, 09:29am
a Pashto poem by abdul Ahad Zirak, translated by Farooq Sarwar
Afghanistan hopes for change after bloody year
Thursday, 12.25.2014, 09:46pm
With US-led forces shifting to a supporting role at the end of this month, Afghanistan will have to chart its own course after the country’s bloodiest year since the 2001 invasion, a year which saw record casualties among Afghan civilians and security forces alike.
“A boy in the castle”
Thursday, 12.25.2014, 05:14pm
  By Farooq Sarwar - It is a palace, a beautiful castle and a big one. a boy is standing here. He is very happy and in high spirits. Really the boy was very desirous to enter here.
'Militants in Afghanistan Get Support From Beyond Its Borders'
Friday, 12.19.2014, 01:28pm
India has told the UN Security Council that terrorist groups threatening Afghanistan's peace and stability continue to benefit from support from beyond its borders that enable them to survive despite immense military pressure.
Malala: The echo of Pashtun renaissance
Friday, 12.12.2014, 09:19pm
Malala Yousafzai proved that Pashtun-Afghan, like other peaceful nations of the world, believe that without identical education for both girls and boys ...
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