Last week, heads of all provincial and regional offices of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC) met at the Civil Service Institute in Kabul
Fatima (45), who lives in a returnee settlement enclave in Shashpul area of Bamyan city, lost her husband eight years ago.
Over the past two months, a total of 210 engineers from various technical departments in northern provinces of Badakhshan, Baghlan, Balkh, Kunduz, Samangan and Takhar participated
President Ashraf Ghani has dropped enough hints to suggest that Afghanistan is not happy with Pakistan’s refusal to allow direct trade with India through Wagah border.
President Ashraf Ghani chaired the weekly meeting of National Procurement Commission (PRC) late on Sunday at the presidential palace.
The core project agreements of the ambitious Central Asia South Asia 1000 (CASA-1000) was finalized on Friday in Turkey, which marks the landmark cooperation between Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Pakistan
USAID’s Mining Investment and Development for Afghan Sustainability project (MIDAS) conducted a mining workshop in western Herat province late last month.
With growing concerns over transit trade problems faced by Afghan traders in Pakistan, the Pakistani government has announced measures to address the problems.
Ghulam Faruq Qazizada, the acting minister of Energy and Water, on Wednesday officially opened Afghanistan’s first project for grid-tied solar power in Kabul.
A delegation of government officials from Saudi Arabia arrived in Kabul on Tuesday to discuss the issue of work visa and work permit for Afghan nationals in Saudi Arabia.