Taliban jets attack opposition
KABUL, Jan 6: Afghan Taliban jet fighters on Thursday carried out several bombing raids over opposition areas north of here, a senior anti-Taliban official said.
Taliban set condition for use of Kunar route
By Our Correspondent
CHITRAL, Jan 6: The Taliban have set a condition for the use of route via Kunar in Afghanistan with the winding up of Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (AKRSP). The programme is operational again in the district after its brief closure in the
Pakistan dispatches wheat, medicine to Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Pakistan Thursday dispatched 5000 metric tons of wheat, flour and medicines worth Rs 10 million to Afghanistan on the occasion of Eidul Fitr.
India gives Taliban de facto legitimacy
NEW DELHI (APP) - Indian External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh's decision to personally fly to Kandahar to exchange prisoners for the passengers and crew of the hijacked Indian Airlines airbus has accorded de facto legitimacy to the Taliban
No shift in US police on Afghanistan
ISLAMABAD (NNI): Although Taliban have been widely praised for their positive role in the peaceful resolution of the hijacking of the Indian airliner but there seems no shift in the US policy on Afghanistan.
Canadian laws questioned after Afghan cabbie's murder
TORONTO (NNI): Murder of a Canadian cab driver of Afghan descent, who drove a taxi despite being a qualified physician, has revived the controversy about hurdles being created for professionals from developing countries to practise in Canada.
ACBL for hault to landmines' entry into Afghanistan
By MIKI MUNAKATA
PESHAWAR - Afghanistan called on the mine manufacturing nations not to create any more problems by sending new mines which hampered the development and restoration of the country, quoted the Afghan Campaign to Ban Landmines (ACBL)
Partial Eid in NWFP today
PESHAWAR - Like previous years, this time, too, the NWFP will observe a partial Eid as the City Ulema have decided to celebrate the occasion tomorrow (Saturday) while Kohat, Swabi and Charsadda districts today (Friday). An eight-member
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