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Category Archives: development
This article – written in Dari language – talks on the obstacles to the rule of law in Afghanistan.
This essay – written in Dari language – talks about the barriers to establishment of democracy in Afghanistan.
This way of selling more products by designing products that deliberately fail, cannot be repaired, or have a set lifespan imposed in some other way is known as planned obsolescence. However, it is not just a cynical plot dreamed up … Continue reading
Only true education can solve the problems of this nation. #Afghanistan @Afghanistan in photos
Afghan student has invented a mathematical formula that was approved by the center of science in Kabul.
The president of Cal State East Bay in Hayward happens to be from Afghanistan, and has a collection of incredible old news footage and pictures of his country from back in the 1950s and 1960s. They show a sharp contrast … Continue reading
Those cables today can increase the per-capita of Afghanistan GDP and make Afghanistan the next Silicon valley of the region. The Afghanistan economy counts on 12 million citizens, a relatively small population, consequently relatively easy to connect, educate and move … Continue reading
I read “An airport gives a traveler a first impression of a country or a city. It can serve as a preview of the place’s architecture, efficiency or even its tidiness.” I’d like to add to it. For me an … Continue reading
Information and Culture Directorate of Nangarhar in collaboration with Etisalat Afghanistan has organized the Women for Peace Poetry competition in Jalalabad city. The directorate holds this yearly competition for female poets; this year Etisalat sponsored this competition which was attended by … Continue reading
A newly-constructed building for the Afghan-Turk High School was inaugurated in the capital, Kabul, on Saturday. Turkish ambassador told the inaugural ceremony that Turkey’s assistance to Afghanistan will largely focus on education because it is the most important sector. 5600 … Continue reading