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Looking at the recent report of International Transparency suggests that corruption has been and is prevalent in almost all countries, and Afghanistan is not an exception given its weak superstructure. One thing which is very explicit to everyone whom you … Continue reading
An excerpt from ‘On Long Translation‘. Have you noticed how sentences seem to flow better at various times of the day? My best times are first thing in the morning and just after my afternoon nap. I also come up … Continue reading
Could the language we speak skew our financial decision-making? It is a controversial theory which has been given some weight by new findings from a Yale University behavioral economist, Keith Chen. Prof Chen says his research proves that the grammar … Continue reading
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.
Some English words often make their plurals according to the rules of the language they were taken from. Media, for example, is the plural from of medium. Even though media is historically a plural of the Latin word medium, in … Continue reading
I wrote a note on ‘gender discrimination’ – a negative phenomenon which is unfortunately very prevalent among families – in Dari (Farsi) language. Its English version will be soon posted here. To download or to read the Dari version, please … Continue reading
As human beings, we are quick to identify ourselves using our circumstances, how others perceive us, our behaviors, or our positions in life. It’s somehow comforting to clothe ourselves in these identities. But none of those are really who we … Continue reading