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Friday, August 24, 2012

Kabul (BNA) German government will assist Afghan Mines Ministry in technical assistance fields.  BNA reported, this issue was said by German development and international cooperation minister and Wahidullah Shahrani Afghan mines minister in Kabul.  In this meeting, the Afghan mines minister gave information regarding useful development of mines sources Gas and petroleum of country to German delegation.  In this meeting the German high ranking delegation once again assured German technical assistances with Afghan mines ministry in near future and discussion taken place for circumstances attraction of Germans investments and extension economical ties between the two countries. This meeting was held to host of Afghanistan mines ministry in Kabul and in that member of German Federal Parliament and ambassador of German was participated. 

Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Due to power problem in Taimani Wat area of Kabul city,   fire taken place this morning. 
Colonel Mohammad Daud Amini security deputy of Kabul 101 police zone said to BNA reporter, this fire occurred at 3.30am this morning in Turkha storages located in the 10th road of Taimani Wat of Kabul, and had no human casualties, but inflected financial damages. 
Amini said that the Turkha storages located inside residential houses in the 10th road of Taimani Wat of Kabul and police managed to bring fire under the control after transferring the neighboring houses’ residents. 
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Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The private Indian airliner Spance Jet made its maiden flight to Kabul yesterday. 
In a ceremony attended by minister for transport and aviation Dr. Daud Ali Najafi and Indian ambassador to Afghanistan, Minister Najafi in his remarks said that airliners from Swiss, Ireland, Austria, Holland and Thailand have shown interest to enter competition in Afghanistan. 
The Spance Jet Company with having 47 planes makes 200 flights to several countries would have three flights between New Delhi and Kabul weekly.

Monday, August 13, 2012
Kabul (BNA) With the completion of the installation and montage of the sub-station of electricity and activation of the oven No 2 of the new Puli Khumri cement Factory a marked decrease would come in the price of each sack of cement. 
Eng. Salamudden Ahmadi, head of the board of directors of the Afghan investment company said that presently the volume of cement production by using of one oven of the factory and one oven of the new factory is 700 tons of cement daily and this will increase to 1400 tons daily. 
The source said that currently a bag of cement is sold at Afs 260 and added that presently they face problems in terms of repairing of the factory No. 1 and activation of the second oven of the factory 2 due to shortage of electricity and the required spare parts of the ovens. 
He stressed that the spare parts were formerly procured from the former Czechoslovakia and by implementation of the reparation activities more cement will be produced. 
He added that the ministry of mines intends that in order to meet the requirements of the people in terms of logical cement; more factories will be established in Samangan and Parwan provinces. 
The source noted that shortage of coal is another problems and they are trying to procure the needed equipment for extraction of coal for the Karkar, Dudkash, Ahen dara and Khurd Dara so that their need for coal is met. 
It should be noted that the Ghuri Cement along with four coal mines in Puli Khumri were awarded through a contract to an Afghan investment company in 1386.

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