The 8 am Newspaper:
The daily with claims of highest coverage is said to be one of the independent newspapers in the country. The paper was established in 2007 by a number of well-known journalists and human rights and media activists in order to generalization of democracy and political process.
The newspaper, with the approach of publishing news, analysis of events and help level basis for development of talks among the people, has been capable of stabilizing its position in political and social context. The paper intends to deliver formation to public in an appropriate, balanced and impartial way. Meanwhile, the newspaper strives to support the democratic processes and human rights in order to become the voice of people in the field of transition.
Contact: 0799037083 – 0700228988
Email Address: Afghanistan_8am@yahoo.com
Weesa is one of the vibrant papers in Kabul. It was founded by Zubair Shafiqi in 2006. The daily prints 600 copies and circulated in five provinces including Kabul. It is funded by its directing manager and some cultural activists.
The paper is one of emerging daily in Kabul. It was founded by Hamid Nasiry in 2010. It prints 2,000 copies, with a circulation in Kabul and funded through its advertisements. Currently, it has five employees.
The paper was established by Abasin Brial in 2001. It prints 4,000 copies with wide circulation in Kabul, Nangarhar and Khost provinces. The newspaper funded through its advertisements. It has six employees.
The paper is known as one of the active newspapers established by Sahaf Safi in 2001. It prints 1,200 copies and being circulated in Kabul. Its expenses are being met through its advertisements. Currently, it has six employees.
Contact: 0700495930 – 0202504841
Armane Milli Daily:
The Arman Milli was established by Haider Mottaher in 2003. The daily prints 2,000 copies and being circulated in Kabul. Its budget is being met through its advertisements and has 15 employees.
Contact: 0799709040 – 0700282673
The paper was established by Haji Sayyed Dawood in 1997. It is not functioning now. It used to print 5,000 copies and being circulated in Kabul, Peshawar, USA and other European Countries. Its budget was being met by personal budget of the proprietor, advertisements and sales.
The daily is one of the vibrant papers in Kabul. It was established by Rastagari in 2003. It is circulated in eight provinces. Its budget is being met through its advertisements and personal fund. It has now 21 staff.
Contact: 0788275504 – 07897630537
Sokhan Jadid Daily:
The paper was established by Dr. Abdul Hadi Mohsini in 2007 and was printed weekly and continued till 2011. Now it prints 2,500 copies and being circulated in Kabul. Its expenses are being met by cultural activists’ contributions and sales. It has five employees.
Sorosh Millat Newspaper:
The paper was established by Dr. Jaffer Mahdawi in 2007. It prints 1,500 copies and being circulated in Kabul. Its expenses are being met by the proprietor, subscription fund and advertisements. It has 12 employees
Contact: 0775713920 – 07771534445
The Mandegar Daily was founded by Ahmad Wali Masud in 2008. The paper prints daily 5,000 copies and being circulated in Mazar, Parwan, Kapisa and Panjsher provinces including Kabul. It has 28 employees and funded though its advertisements.
Contact: 0700263152 – 0700277781
Itlaat-e- Roz Newspaper:
The Itlaat-e-Roz daily was founded by Zaki Deryabi in 2011. It is an independent daily with a critical approach on issues pertaining to politics, society, culture, education, technology, health and sports. Its independence and diversity of publications have turned the daily into most widely read newspaper in Afghanistan.
Contact: 0202500187 – 078945160
The newspaper is affiliated with the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan. It publishes news and analyzes the events with an approach of human values and significance. The daily reflects the real events of Afghanistan in Dari Language in Kabul.
Open Society Daily:
The daily is one of the vibrant newspapers in Kabul which was founded by Mohammad Aslam Jawadi in 2013. The daily prints 2,000 copies and being circulated in Kabul. Its budget is being met through its advertisements.
Jawad Sultani, directing manager, said in the beginning editorial of the paper that moderation, tolerance, pluralism, rule of law and critical reason were the principles of publishing of the newspaper.
Contact: 0792604020 – 0784180089
The Afghanistan Daily is comprised “Afghanistan Newspapers Group” and it is a vanguard newspaper of all over Afghanistan published with the best quality in Kabul. It is published in Dari and Pashto Languages. The Afghanistan Newspapers Group publishes unbiased and transparent news, promotes the level of social and political consciousness and knowledge of Afghan citizens, strengthens national sovereignty, and spreads democratic values and civic culture with observing the constitution and other laws of the country. It respects Afghanistan democratic system and national values.
Contact: 0798341861 – 0799408271
Afghanistan Outlook Newspaper:
The paper is one of the two newspapers “Afghanistan Newspapers’ Group”. It is a vanguard daily printed with the best quality in Kabul. Afghanistan Outlook is published in English Language.
Contact: 0798341861 – 0799408271
Afghanistan Times Newspaper:
The Afghanistan Times is one of the vibrant newspapers and founded in 2006. The paper is circulated in Kabul, Mazar, Kandahar and Jalalabad provinces. Its expenses are being met through its personal budget. Currently, it has 30 staff.
Contact: 0775383912 – 0708954626
Afghanistan Express Newspaper:
The daily was founded by Ahmad Yama Israr in Kabul in 2013. It is published in English Language and being circulated in Kabul. Its expenses are being met through its personal capital and sales of the paper.
Kabul Times Newspaper:
The daily was found by Information and Culture Ministry in 1962. The daily prints 700 copies and being distributed in Kabul. It is and English Language paper and funded by the Ministry of Information and Culture. Currently, it has 32 employees.
Hewad National Newspaper:
The daily was founded by the government in Kabul in 1949. The paper has a circulation across the country and some foreign states. Its expenses are being met by the government. Currently, it has 22 employees.
The daily was founded by Mohammad Nadir Shah in Kabul in 1921. It prints 3,500 copies and being circulated in Kabul and other provinces. Its expenses are being met by the government and it has 25 employees.
Anis is one of the oldest papers in Afghanistan. Initially, it was published by Mohayyuddin Anis in Kabul on May 6, 1927. Currently, it is published by the Ministry of Information and Culture. Around 80% of the news is published in Dari and 20% in Pashto. The daily prints around 2,200 to 2,500 copies daily and being circulated in Kabul and other provinces. It is funded by the government with around 43 employees.
Contact: 070057122 – 0202301342
The 8 am Newspaper: