Radio Paighame Milli, which has been operating for 11 years, broadcasts a mixture of news, cultural and religious programming.
Afghanistan is making its Asia Cup debut with India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka also taking part.
It must be mentioned that the Taliban wants cordial relations in the framework of mutual respect with its neighboring and regional countries as well as the international community.
India is thinking of fulfilling at least some of Kabul’s wishes in order to maintain its strategic upper hand in Afghanistan, by providing military aid routed through Russia.
President Karzai scheduled his visit to Sri Lanka but it was postponed due to an unforeseen security situation that had arisen in the Kunar province.
The United States claims the airstrikes target militants, but local sources say civilians have been the main victims.
The Afghan army has shown it can stand up to the Taliban.
Afghanistan made two changes to its side, with Hamid Hassan and Karim Sadiq replacing Noor Ali Zadran and Dawlat Zadran.
The parties discussed water and energy issues in Central Asia, prospects for the development of the political situation in Afghanistan.
Taliban is not in a position to stage a comeback as they did in 1996, as they lack the mobility they once had.
The majority of displaced people urgently need access to adequate food, shelter and health care.
Pakistan has emphasized that Pakistani soil should not be used against its neighbors and their soil should not be used against Pakistan.
12 people died and 31 others wounded.
Through binoculars at a distance invisible to the naked eye they spotted a group of Taliban.
The Kazakh side discussed development of trade and economic relations between Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Afghanistan.
Afghanistan will be looking to its skipper Nabi, who has performed well in the current Bangladesh domestic season, scoring 223 runs in five matches, including a century.
It was time for the Afghan government to commit to greater measures to ensure any resource extraction was shielded from corruption.