Afghanistan’s longest-serving provincial governor wields undeniable power and influence, largely due to the semblance of stability and development he has brought to the northern provinces under his control in a country that otherwise remains precariously balanced on political quicksand. But what does his sacking mean for the country’s already shaky future?
On my way back to Kabul, I was all ready to jump back into work and journalise! I was, in fact, making mental notes on the plane back of things that I had to do, emails that needed replying and […]
It was a dark, stormy night, or maybe a sunny afternoon in Kabul, when our casual conversation over chai and samosas drifted to a darker place. As we sat together with some of our dear Afghan friends, a few days […]
Earlier this morning, I came across a Buzzfeed post on “millennials” and how the internet often takes pleasure in mocking them. I read a lot of comments from millennials, which turns out includes people born between 1980 and 1995, defending […]
Text messages that you send often when you make Kabul your home