By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:26/09/2015
SHARAN (Pajhwok): Pine nut traders in southeastern Paktika province complain they have to suffer losses worth millions of afghanis every year due lack of access to suitable markets.   Most of the... Read More
By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:27/07/2015
SHARAN (Pajhwok): The governor of southeastern Paktika province on Monday urged the central government to help stop the construction of Pakistani installations near the Angoor Adda, a restive town near the Durand Li... Read More
By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:08/07/2015
SHARAN (Pajhwok): Scores of people in southeastern Paktika province held a huge rally to express solidarity with security forces and offered to fight alongside Afghan security forces for peace and stability in the c... Read More

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SHARAN (Pajhwok): Pine nut traders in southeastern Paktika province complain they have to suffer losses worth millions of afghanis every year due lack of access to suitable markets.  
Most of the businessmen sell their annual stock to Pakistani traders at throwaway prices. The Pakistanis export the same dry fruit with their own labels, they say.
Malem Hamdullah, one of the resentful traders, told Pajhwok Afghan News they suffered huge losses because of having little or no access to foreign markets.

SHARAN (Pajhwok): The governor of southeastern Paktika province on Monday urged the central government to help stop the construction of Pakistani installations near the Angoor Adda, a restive town near the Durand Line.
Aminullah Shariq expressed these views in an exclusive interview with Pajhwok Afghan News, saying high-ups had been informed about Pakistani troops’ construction in Angoor Adda over the past two months. 

SHARAN (Pajhwok): Scores of people in southeastern Paktika province held a huge rally to express solidarity with security forces and offered to fight alongside Afghan security forces for peace and stability in the country.
Hundreds of residents, civil society activists and government officials participated in the rally with participants holding placards inscribed with: “Death to Pakistan and Long Live Afghanistan.”
The protesters chanted anti-Pakistan slogans following reports that Pakistani troops moved to construct post deeper inside Afghanistan territory.

SHARANA (Pajhwok): The new governor for southeastern Paktika province on Monday took charge with pledges to improve security, bring peace and uphold merit.
The governor, Aminullah Shariq, and the new police chief, Brig. Ali Mast Mohmand, were introduced to the people of Paktika by Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG) deputy head Abdul Malik Seddique at a gathering in Sharana, the provincial capital.

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