Asian Domains: Afghanistan (.net.af)
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.net.af registration your Afghan domain, click here!.af is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Afghanistan. It is administered by AFGNIC, a service of the UNDP and the Islamic Transitional Government of Afghanistan.
Registration is made directly at the second level, or on the third level beneath various categorized subdomains at the second level. Third-level domains have restrictions based on which second-level domain they are registered under. Registration on second level is unrestricted, but more expensive. All fees are higher for international registrants.
Background Information :
Population2007 estimate 31,889,923 (37th) - 1979 census 13,051,358 - Density 46/km2 (150th) 119/sq mi
GDP(PPP) 2007 estimate - Total $20.099 billion (96th) - Per capita $733 (IMF) (172nd)
National AnthemMilli Tharana
AreaTotal 647,500 km2 (41st) 251,772 sq mi - Water (%) 0
International Dialling Code93
GovernmentIslamic presidential republic - President Hamid Karzai - Vice President Ahmad Zia Massoud - Vice President Karim Khalili - Chief Justice Abdul Salam Azimi Establishment - First Afghan state October, 1747 - Independence from the United Kingdom August 19, 1919
LanguageDari (Persian) and Pashto
Time Zone(UTC+4:30) - Summer (DST) (UTC+4:30) Afghanistan, officially the Islamic Republic of AfghanistanAfghanistan is a culturally mixed nation, a crossroads between the East and the West, and has been an ancient focal point of trade and migration. It has an important geostrategical location, connecting South, Central and Southwest Asia. During its lng history, the land has seen various invaders and conquerors, while on the other hand, local entities invaded the surrounding vast regions to form their own empires. Ahmad Shah Durrani created the Durrani Empire in 1747, with its capital at Kandahar. Subsequently, the capital was shifted to Kabul and most of its territories ceded to former neighboring countries. In the late 19th century, Afghanistan became a buffer state in "The Great Game" played between the British Indian Empire and Russian Empire. On August 19, 1919, following the third Anglo-Afghan war, the country regained full independence from the United Kingdom over its foreign affairs.
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