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The last chance for peace

The last chance for peace

The US-led coalition and the Afghan government killed the Taliban (mostly civilians); in response, the Taliban and other aliens killed the coalition and government forces (mostly civilians) in the graveyard of empires for two decades. Now the chapter changes, and…

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ATTOCK AND CREDIBILITY OF PATA KHAZANA

ATTOCK AND CREDIBILI…

Written By: Sayed Momin Kandaharai Preface: …

The only female writer in patriarchal society in southern Afghanistan

The only female writ…

By: Saleem Payenda Afghanistan is still ranked …

Britain returns 2000-year-old Afghan sculpture stolen during civil war

Britain returns 2000…

The British Museum has returned more than 2,300 an…

The 57th literary festival of the SAARC

The 57th literary fe…

Gul Agha Ahmadi Wardak Preface  The 57th lit…

The last chance for peace

The last chance for …

The US-led coalition and the Afghan government ki…

Interpretation of the Taliban’s Leaders Statement on the Occasion of Eid

Interpretation of th…

Atiq Torabi When Taliban release their leader’…

Khiljis were Pashtuns

Khiljis were Pashtun…

By: Sayiedmomin Sayied Preface: After Islam…

Can All Academic Researches Be Trusted and Practically Used?

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Afghan News

Pakistan to relax visa rules for Afghan nationals

14 September, 2020

Pakistan to relax visa rules…

Pakistan will announce a relaxed-visa policy for Afghan nationals particularly …

Afghan president pledges to release up to 2,000 Taliban

25 May, 2020

Afghan president pledges to …

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has announced the release of 2,000 Taliban captiv…

Urban Transport Program Helps Keep Kabul Clean

05 June, 2017

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Commuters in Kabul city enjoy safer, cleaner and quicker transport as a result…

Afghan, Iranian children lead the pack, says study of 1990s refugee wave

07 March, 2017

Afghan, Iranian children lea…

Children among the 96,000 refugees who came to the Netherlands from Afghanistan,…

Newly graduated 25 female nurses introduced to the community

31 January, 2017

Newly graduated 25 female nu…

Twenty-five female students graduated from a two-year Community Health Nursing…

Cultur&Litrature

ATTOCK AND CREDIBILITY OF PATA KHAZANA

ATTOCK AND CREDIBILITY OF PATA KHAZANA

22 September, 2020 | taandcom Culture news

Written By: Sayed Momin Kandaharai Preface: After professor Habibi published a book (Pata Khazana) or (Hidden treasure), which contained veiled poems of…

The only female writer in patriarchal society in southern Afghanistan

The only female writer in patriarchal society in…

23 January, 2020 | taandcom Culture news

By: Saleem Payenda Afghanistan is still ranked as the worst place in the world to be a woman. Despite the Afghan…

Britain returns 2000-year-old Afghan sculpture stolen during civil war

Britain returns 2000-year-old Afghan sculpture stolen during civil…

20 January, 2020 | taandcom Culture news

The British Museum has returned more than 2,300 antiquities to Afghanistan since 2009 The British Museum has returned an ancient limestone…

The 57th literary festival of the SAARC

The 57th literary festival of the SAARC

14 November, 2019 | taandcom Culture news

Gul Agha Ahmadi Wardak Preface  The 57th literary festival or the annual conference of the SAARC member countries writers and poets were…