The image has haunted millions: a toddler in blue shorts and a red T-shirt, face down on the shore, tiny hands curled at his side. Little Aylan Kurdi has become a powerful symbol for those fleeing war, poverty, oppression. Now he is here, in Kabul, on a wall facing busy Darulaman Road. Faiqa Sultani, a […]

Read more

This Silk Road festival, like its predecessors, was full of song and dance, along with handicrafts, local food festivals, a SAARC art display, a film festival, and local games and concerts in nearby Band-e-Amir.

Read more

Popular singers, circus performers, dancers and many others joined the fun on Friday, August 14, as Afghanistan’s capital celebrated International Youth Day

Read more

From a total of 25 participants who sent Paiwandgāh their photographs, three winners were chosen

Read more

A exhibition of sketches was held in the Spin-Ghar restaurant last Tuesday, March 3, in eastern Jalalabad city to mark the recent achievements of the Afghan National Cricket team. The one-day long exhibition was dedicated to the 15-member squad of the Afghan National Cricket team who are now representing the country in the 2015 World […]

Read more

It is a great pride for the Afghan nation to qualify for the Cricket World Cup 2015. Up until now Afghanistan had been famous for being a war-torn country, but now through Cricket we can show the world our best side. Afghan cricket team must be praised for qualifying in the World Cup in a […]

Read more

At the end of 2014, the Afghan national forces took complete security responsibilities of their nation after the end of NATO’s combat mission in Afghanistan and withdraw of most of their troops from the war-torn country. And one of the most volatile areas that the Afghan security forces inherited was the southern Helmand province from […]

Read more