Today I read the news about the bomb blasts in the central market of Kabul. As an Afghan girl the first thing that engages my mind is my family. Are they fine?
In spite of Greg Mortenson’s dizzying fall from grace when “60 Minutes” dismantled his wildly successful tale of building schools, it is still possible for Americans to help Afghan girls to realize th
One of the thorniest issues - particularly as I am not a Muslim - is to try and write about the burqa or the niqab being worn.
Parwana Fayyaz urges President Obama and the US Senate to pass the International Violence Against Women Act, and shares her vision for a new Afghanistan—where women are empowered and free from violence.
My post is not about an American television comedy-drama series. You find it here >desperate housewifes...
Amazing! They have found a new planet that closely resembles earth--and the head of the research team, Steven Vogt, named it after his Afghan-born wife, Zarmina.
The Make Your Knowledge Practical Workshop's Result Hello and Asalam alikum!!!!
Reprinted from the New York Times Published: July 30, 2010 By ALISSA J. RUBIN
Violence against women spread in most of communities. Similarly, our country also faces numerous types of violence against women.
The American University of Afghanistan, in partnership with Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona, is administering the third year of a highly competitive business training and