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Footprints: Glance on Afghan NUG one year efforts

Afghan National Unity Government is one year old, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani as the President and his election rival Abdullah Abdullah as Afghanistan’s Chief Executive, but what are the main achievements of the NUG during the last one year? After President Ghani assumed the chair on the first days of his …

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Taliban storms Kunduz, clashes continues

Taliban fighters have launched coordinated attacks in the central city of northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan. On the condition of anonymity a security source told to Ariana News that Taliban militants have attacked over the city from four sides. Adding, if the government fails to deploy fresh troops; the province …

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Mps Criticize Government’s Blackout against Pakistan

A number of the Afghan law makers have criticized the silence of the Government againt Pakistan interfering Afghanistan’s affairs saying the following leaders should have complained to United Nation on interfering cases.  They have mentioned the CEO of Afghanistan Dr Abdullah Abdullah didn’t explain much about the interfering of Pakistan …

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Ghani doubts about ANSF figures

President Ashraf Ghani expressed his dissatisfaction about the accuracy of Afghan National Security Forces numbers in his visit with tribal elders in Presidential palace and asked them to cooperate with the government with their evaluations in this regard. “Please give your hand with me to identify the existence of all …

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Abdullah vows to implement goals of ‘Sustainable Development’ in Afghanistan

Afghan top official called the Sustainable Development Program efficient for Afghanistan, the region and the world in a long-term period and urged political commitment and revitalized partnership to achieve the goals. Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah emphasized for implementation of this program on Friday at the UN General Assembly Meeting …

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Ghani seeks “Six Mayors” option for Kabul

President Muhammad Ashraf Ghani says that one mayor is not enough for Kabul and we need four to six mayors. Ghani declared that Kabul must be changed and all ministries and government institutions which are within the city and causing congestion should be transferred to the Dar-ul-Aman locality. “The conditions …

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Cabinet ministers to be summoned to WJ after Eid

Criticizing the performance of cabinet ministers, the lower-house of Parliament, Wolesi Jirga (WJ) says that a number of the cabinet ministers are inefficient and have dual citizenships. The Parliament representatives are said to consider the performances of cabinet ministers not acceptable in any way; citing many problems such as insecurity …

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US reviews Afghan pullback options

U.S. and allied defense officials, increasingly wary of White House plans to scale back the U.S. presence in Afghanistan, are reviewing new drawdown options that include keeping thousands of American troops in the country beyond the end of 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported. Citing U.S. and allied officials, the …

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150 pilgrims lost their life in Mina

150 pilgrims have lost their life in Mina while performing their Haji obligatory. Official sources in Saudi Arabia has confirmed the incident saying hundreds of pilgrims have lost their life when pilgrims crowded. The death toll of the pilgrims is in rise and there is no exact number of the …

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1 Month War Cost Can Build a Province: Ghani

Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said,” Afghanistan has proved to the world that it can be successful in Test life.” He has also said,” the one month cost of war can build a province,insisting on peace talks led by Afghans.” Stable peace talks is the priority of my Government …

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Increased security threats raise concerns among MPs

Parliament concerns over the increased insecurity in the country and accuse the National Unity Government for inefficiency. A number of the lawmakers argue that if the government continues to neglect the security threats the tribal elders and local strongmen will begin to fight against the insurgents by themselves reasoning it …

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