Kabul: An Afghanistani commission has found almost 30 per cent of booksellers have stopped their business due to a lack of good market in the Taliban-ruled country.
A businesswoman in Kabul is fighting all odds in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan to provide work and professional training to more than fifty women in the city.
Kabul: An Afghan woman entrepreneur is touching hearts by trying to provide education to 500 girls on diverse subjects at a time when the Taliban imposed a ban on female education i ...
Kabul: Thousands of women participated in Kabul city of Afghanistan on Thursday over the Taliban administration's decision to ban female students from attending universities.
Kabul: The Taliban forces shot in the air to disperse the women protesters who had assembled in front of the Iranian Embassy in Kabul to demonstrate against the death of Mahsa Amini.
Kabul: Kabul city is witnessing a rise in women vendors amid rising poverty in Afghanistan following the takeover of the country by Taliban forces.
Kabul: The Taliban has refused to allow female students to leave the Afghan capital to go to study in Kazakhstan and Qatar, an informed source told Sputnik.
Kabul: The Taliban rulers of Afghanistan on Thursday suppressed a demonstration by women in Kabul city, media reports said on Friday.
Kabul: The Eid seemed to be without joy for certain sections of Afghanistan society as the Taliban administration prevented hundreds of Shia mosques from holding Eid prayers on Tuesday.
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