Latest News

    Governance

    GovernanceNo details available

    Uncounted votes of 511 polling stations found

    KABUL (PAN): Thousands of uncounted votes discovered at 511 polling stations will be included in the final results, an official said on Monday.



    Governance

    EU backs women's role in peace process

    KABUL (PAN): The European Union (EU) on Sunday stoutly supported Afghan women's role in the peace process being pursued by the Karzai government.



    Governance

    $1m grant for Kandahar University

    KABUL (PAN): The Ball State University has received a $1 million grant from the Department of State to help Kandahar University



    Governance

    Germany to give Afghanistan $73.3m

    KABUL (PAN): The German government will provide 52 million euros, about $73.3 million for rural infrastructure development in Afghanistan, a spokesman for the Ministry of Finance (MoF) said on Sund



    Governance

    Officials referred to attorney office

    KABUL (PAN): Twenty-one corrupt government servants, including four directors, have been introduced to the attorney office in southeastern Paktika province, a senior official said on Sunday.



    Governance

    New aviation law set to be enforced

    KABUL (PAN): A new regulation improving the services offered by Afghan airlines had been drafted, the minister of transport and civil aviation revealed on Sunday.



    Governance

    Failed candidates renew call for fresh polls

    KABUL(PAN): Hundreds of failed parliamentary candidates staged a demonstration in Kabul on Sunday, renewing their call for a fresh election in the country.



    Governance,Security and Crime

    Rebels poisoned Khogyani police: Governor

    GHAZNI CITY (PAN): The Taliban insurgents captured the Khogyani district after poisoning the policemen on duty, the governor of southern Ghazni province revealed on Sunday.



    Governance

    Peace process can go on without Saudi role: MP

    KABUL (PAN): The peace process set in motion by the government of President Hamid Karzai could be taken forward without help from the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, an Afghan lawmaker said on Sunday.