It is a long time now that international community blames President Karzai and his team for profound corruptions, lack of transparency and absence of good governance which mishandled all aid provided by the tax-payers of the international communities.

A so-called summit held in Shantein a suburb of Paris in which Taliban, Hiz-e-Islami, Northern alliance [National Front & National Coalition] and Afghanistan high peace council and some affiliates of former PDPA took part.

The deplorable statistics of drug addicted people in Afghanistan exceeded one million and the poppy growth almost doubled since the international community’s call for counter-narcotics to be a #1 mission of the NATO Coalition.

Dilemma between Kabul and Washington: Meticulous dialogue moves on between President Karzai and President Obama over the authorization of the Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) and Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA).

It is more than a year that US forces contested its offensives on Taliban/insurgency with what the US president called on special operation troops, known as ‘surge’. Many US Non-Official Cover (NOCs) or espionage activities seem to have decreased.

These days numerous in Afghanistan speak out in opposition to social injustice, corruption, unfair distribution and redistribution of wealth and over all unfair developments.

Afghanistan‘s economic growth has slowed but remains satisfactory levels to generate rising average standards of living. Real GDP growth is expected to close the fiscal year 2011-12 at 5.7 percent, down from 8.4 percent in 2010-11. The slowdown in growth was mainly due to weather-related condition which lowered agriculture output to below –average levels.

Empires rose and fell in the history but none fell before the rise. The empire (a metaphor) characterised by his appeal to the masses’ passion rather than territories that is christened by (Imran) Khan, a cricketer turned philanthropist and later a politician,

Seldom has a country gone through an agonising period of trial and tribulation more severely than Pakistan for last about a decade and half.

The ‘melodrama’, every Pakistani is witnessing, for last couple of months, portrays a national tragedy of its kind. It is baffling to see as high an office as that of Prime Minister (PM) indulging in sinister manoeuvres,

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