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Feb 14, 2018
Pashtuns stage anti-Pakistan protests: India must abandon 'soft-power' approach to Afghanistan, capitalise on 'historic' opportunityIndia has an opportunity to renew its historic association with Pashtuns, who are critical for peace in Pashtun heartland between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Feb 08, 2018
101 Traces | The Kabuliwalas of KolkataA hundred years after Tagore's Kabuliwala walked these streets with his bag of cashews and raisins, the community of Pathans have made a life for themselves in the city's bylanes. Named after the city of their origin, Kabul, the Kabuliwalas have integrated seamlessly with the city that they now call their adopted homeland. They get along famously with the Bengalis, the Marwadis, the Catholics and more that make up the melting pot that is Kolkata's culture.
Nov 14, 2017
Taliban fighters storm 15 security posts in Afghanistan's Kandahar province, kill 27 policemenTaliban fighters stormed some 15 security posts in three different districts in Afghanistan's southern Kandahar province overnight, killing at least 27 policemen.
May 27, 2017
Pakistan opens key border crossing with Afghanistan ahead of Ramadan 'on humanitarian grounds'Pakistan announced it was reopening its border with Afghanistan, weeks after bloody clashes broke out between the two countries' militaries
Jan 06, 2017
Pakistan's regional languages face extinction amid political unrest and migrationSeveral of Pakistan's provincial and regional tongues are slowly heading towards extinction because of political unrest, poor literacy rates and lack of support from the government
Nov 12, 2015
Beheading of seven Shiite Hazaras in Kabul: Afghan protesters demand answers from Ashraf Ghani govtThousands of protesters marched coffins containing the decapitated bodies of seven Shiite Hazaras through the Afghan capital Wednesday, demanding justice for a minority whose persecution by the Taliban they say is ignored by the government.
Jan 16, 2013
Pak tribesmen pile corpses in front of govt offices to protest killingsPashtun Tribesmen from northwest Pakistan dumped 15 bloody bodies in front of government offices on Wednesday, protesting against what they said were extra-judicial killings by security forces.
Jun 19, 2012
Pashto singer dead in northwest Pak, police suspect TalibanIn recent years, several singers and musicians in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province have been gunned down by the local Taliban, who have declared music "un-Islamic".
Apr 19, 2012
Pak Taliban plots to prevent reopening of NATO supply routesReport claims that if the NATO supply routes are reopened, the militants will "show their anger" through terrorist activities across Pakistan, including targeting high-profile personalities.
Jan 03, 2012
Blinded by desire: The perils of adoring Imran KhanAs he attempts to be everything to everyone, the swelling crowds and their devotion confirm Imran Khan's misplaced sense of conviction -- or to be more accurate, that insufferable arrogance that has always been his greatest failing.