Sakhi Khalid

Sakhi Khalid is pursuing an MBA in Human Resource Management at Panjab University, Chandigarh on the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) Scholarship. He studied public policy and administration at Kabul University and worked as a freelance journalist in Kabul, Afghanistan. Khalid has been a blogger, content writer, and frequent contributor to leading local newspapers on socio-political affairs.

Afghanistan Is On the Verge of Disaster

The upheaval in Afghanistan was undoubtedly one of the most shocking events of the year. It will likely have fatal consequences for the Afghan people, neighboring countries and the international community. The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan is so devastating that it is impossible to predict the plight of civilians. What lies ahead for them is mass poverty, violent conflict and greater... Continue Reading

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Afghans Have Been Left at the Mercy of the Ruthless Taliban

On August 15, Taliban militants entered the outskirts of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. It was the worst thing that could have happened to former Afghan employees of foreign institutions, women and civil rights defenders, religious and ethnic minorities, local journalists and even ordinary people. Now, with the final withdrawal of US and NATO forces, nearly 38 million Afghans have been... Continue Reading

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The Hazara Minority’s Precarious Existence in Afghanistan

On the evening of May 8, a car bomb exploded in front of a high school in a majority Hazara neighborhood of west Kabul, Afghanistan. The blast killed more than 85 civilians and injured at least 150 others, almost all of them schoolgirls aged between 13 and 18. Images shared on social media showed bloodied backpacks, crushed shoes and torn notebooks strewn beside the burning carcass of the... Continue Reading

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