Syed Zafar Mehdi
Abdul Saney Amanpoor
More than 100 women journalists, media professionals and filmmakers are expected to participate in the 36th International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) biennial conference in New Delhi from September 15 to 18.
Afghanistan is one of the participating countries in the prestigious Expo Milano 2015 currently underway in Milan, Italy.
The international COEXIST campaign came to Afghanistan last week with an impressive function at the French Embassy in Kabul.
The much-awaited announcement was finally made on Friday during a glittering ceremony in the picturesque valley of Buddhas, surrounded by shimmering lakes and lush-green meadows.
The majestic Buddha statues, which used to be the prime attraction in Bamyan, are long gone but the beautiful ruins of those statues tell many fascinating stories.
Attan, the national dance of Afghanistan, has a long and fascinating history.
Known for its diverse Islamic architecture, the city of Ghazni is home to some magnificent mausoleums and minarets that attract a number of visitors from across the world every year.
Thousands of people from across the country have converged in Mazar e Sharif, the capital of northern Balkh province, for Nawroz festival, which marks the advent of spring season in Afghanistan.
As part of the International Women’s Day, theatre shows, art exhibitions and various other programs highlighting women’s education and their participation in socio-political affairs
Many Afghan restaurants have mushroomed across Delhi, owned and run by Afghans, serving authentic Afghan delicacies