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President Ghani Starts Distribution Process of Property Certificates in Herat

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has officially started the distribution process of property certificates of unplanned urban areas in Herat province. During the distribution ceremony, President Ghani warned the terrorist groups that Afghan people have strong will for economic development and suppressing insurgents. Ghani condemned the recent terrorist attacks and noted …

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Pentagon Praises India Over Its Development Role in Afghanistan

The Pentagon praised India’s developmental role in Afghanistan and said that India is willing to help the United States with aviation maintenance in the war-torn country. “India has been very supportive, and they’ve pledged additional developmental aid in Afghanistan. They’ve been willing to help with aviation maintenance,” Pentagon Chief Spokesperson …

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TAPI Project Inaugurated in Herat Province

Work officially began on the Afghanistan section of the TAPI project in presence of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, Turkmen President, India’s Minister of State for External Affairs and Pakistani Prime Minister in Herat province. The first part of Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline project inauguration took place in Turkmenistan followed by a …

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Taliban Kills 8 ALP in Ghazni

Eight members of Afghan Local Police (ALP) killed last night by Taliban militants in Deh Yak district of Ghazni province, a local official said Thursday. Provincial governor spokesman, Mohammad Arif Noori, told Ariana News that the incident took place last night at around 10:30pm after a group of Taliban fighters …

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Afghans Mock Ghani’s Meritocracy in Appointing High-Ranking Officials

A number of Afghans are mocking President Ashraf Ghani’s meritocracy in appointing high-ranking officials, urging the government to appoint individuals based on their proficiency. The issue went viral on social networks after a newly appointed governor said he was farming in his province when informed about his appointment as governor …

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‘Uncertain’ Fate of e-NIC Concerned Citizens

Expressing concerns on the “uncertain” fate of electronic National Identity Cards (e-NIC), a number of Kabul residents on Wednesday urged the government not to “politicize” national plans, and start distributing the electronic ID cards. Since last few days, at least 250 government officials have completed the bio-metric process for e-NIC …

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Ghani: Peace can’t be ‘Unilateral and Imposed’

Afghan President Ghani on Wednesday said that the demands of anti-government groups should be respected in the peace process, insisting that peace cannot be “unilateral and imposed”. Addressing National Conference on Peace Consultation with tribal elders, Jihadi leaders and provincial council members in Presidential Palace (ARG), Ghani said: “Peace can’t …

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