By: Junior Assistant Professor Abdul Qahar Azizi Abstract Afghanistan had the best, meet and applicable laws for getting rid of unfavorable customs in age-old. This has included the various laws’ drafting and applying. Amongst these, there was a bylaw developed named “Nikah, marriage and circumcision bylaw” including provision of engagement and avoid unnecessary expenses of marriage.
By: Assistant Professor Abdul Qahar Azizi Abstract The underground eminent domain is an important and necessary topic in the modern world. A government can take its citizens property in exchange for compensation for public welfare. In general, according to Afghan law, the taking of property consists of two types, full eminent domain and partly eminent domain.
by : Research Fellow M. Nabi Salahi Abstract The subject of my research is to study style. This subject was introduced during a scientific conference in the conference hall of the Academy of Sciences of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. In the conference the emphasis was laid upon the fact that style can impact an individual, but it is not feasible to imitate exactly. The types, elements and duties well as its field have been introduced. The emergence of new style and its period were also discussed in the conference.
by: Prof. Mohammad Nabi Salahi Abstract The essay is the basic framework for writing. In her writing, the collection of resources alone cannot be accepted as research, she is the collection. A comprehensive study of these sources, in-depth analysis, evaluation, polishing of the material and drawing positive conclusions from them and giving a clear message to the readers is scientific research and vice versa.
By: Assistant Prof. Gul Rahman Rahmani Abstract There is a great deal of ambiguity in contemporary Pashto literary texts. The creator of literary texts has consciously and unconsciously created ambiguity at the high and low levels; But on the other side of the text,
by: Assistant prof. Mohammad Usman Solizay Abstract The purpose of this research is to measure the quantity of Phonotactics and its constraints in Pashto word initial, medial and final positions.
By: Assistant Prof. Gul Rahman Rahmani
by : Professor M. Nabi Salahi Abstract Fables are stories that are told and written in symbolic satire and anecdotal language in the language of animals for advice and counsel. Such stories
By: Teaching Assistant Rahmatullah Hakimi Abstract Morphological structures do not harm literary ferment. Literary ferment by having special flavor or authentic in any format.