under Afghanistan

Ravaged by war, terror and bad politics, Afghanistan is waiting for a new life after the withdrawal of American troops


17 Dec 2015 | BY Tufail Ahmad

For the masses to be mobilised, the violence must be seen as justified. That means choosing the ‘lowest common denominator’


15 Jan 2015 | BY Jason Burke

Can Ashraf Ghani save Afghanistan? The new President in conversation with James Astill


11 Dec 2014 | BY James Astill

From a gunshot to a Nobel Peace Prize—the inspirational story of the youngest Nobel laureate


16 Oct 2014 | BY Lhendup G Bhutia

The world will now look upon her how she really contributes to that cause for which she had become a face. Malala Yousafzai has a long road ahead of her


13 Oct 2014 | BY Shruti Vyas

The videotape jihad has been replaced by the YouTube jihad, and the geography of revolution has shifted from Afghanistan to Syria


4 Sep 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

Political Islam triumphs because freedom is an idea that no longer appeals to leaders of the so-called free world


27 Jun 2014 | BY S Prasannarajan

A veteran of many wars, photojournalist Robert Nickelsberg found Afghan terrain tricky, the language unfamiliar and the recklessness scary. Yet, he kept returning to document it all.


24 Mar 2014 | BY Chinki Sinha

Warning as American Troops Withdraw: Modernise Afghanistan at Your Own Peril


14 Mar 2014 | BY Jason Burke

At the age of five, Hatsanda is on her way to becoming a serial planter. As part of her ‘youth go green global drive’, her very own initiative, she has already planted more than 30 trees in the past three years in Afghanistan, the United Stated of America, and now India. She now plans to make a green contribution to each and every country on the globe. “We can make walls and divide the states, cities, countries and the world, but we cannot split air and nature.0

22 Jan 2014 | BY Ashish Sharma
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