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Shamshad TV is still finding its way in a country bound to traditional values and swamped with foreign influences. (Photos: Atal)
TV turbans in the mirror
21.01.2013  |  Society
This brick kiln by Jalalabad is typical of hundreds working across the country: Long hours and low pay for thousands of men and their sons and daughters in violation of child labour laws. (Photos: Sharifi) 
Hostage to the brick kilns
22.04.2012  |  Society
Women in Nangarhar being carted over the border to Pakistan by husbands to spare their feet on the walk. Unluckier peers in some districts face possible sale by dissatisfied spouses. (Photo: Atal) 
What price for a woman?
21.03.2012  |  Society
Chained in his own filth: All part of Hazrat Mohammad's cure, say the attendants of the Mia Ali shrine near Jalalabad. (Photos: Sharifi)
Chained to tradition
7.11.2011  |  Society
Nangarhar central prison: Safer on the inside than outside, say some women who face the wrath of vengeful relatives when they complete their sentences (Photo: Shafia Veqar)
Where to from here?
1.10.2011  |  Society
A barber shop in Nangarhar. (Photos: Atal) 
Insulted, but proud
1.05.2011  |  Society
Despite all the violence in their country, Afghans still love action movies. (Photo: Gittoes Film)
Jallywood
11.04.2011  |  Society
 Where the boss still shoots by himself: TV owner Shafiqullah Shaiq in one of his action movies (Photo: Sharq TV)
Actor turned media mogul
20.12.2010  |  Society
A city silenced
22.11.2010  |  Society
Still the pride of the nation, but the magic is gone.        Photo: Harrias
The downside of fame
5.10.2010  |  Society