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Sunday, September 02, 2012
Qala-i-Naw (BNA) A 10 member group of Taliban led by Mullah Saifuddin was jointed to peace process in Badghis province yesterday. 
Police chief of Badghis said to BNA, these militias previously had activity against government in Abkamari district of Badghis province and were jointed to peace process. 
They surrendered 10 Kalashnikovs to the government. 
The security in charges expressed happiness that after this the security situation in Abkamari district will get better. 
The jointed militias asked government to provide them work opportunity. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Muaythai athletic world competition will hold in Russia tomorrow. 
Aref Paiman media in charge of Olympic National Committee said to BNA, these competitions will start among 100 athletic in Russia from 3rd of September of the current year and will be continued for one week. 
Paiman added, in these competition five athletes from Afghanistan a preceptor, a referee and a delegation participated. 
Two years back, in Myaythai world competitions, the Afghan athletes got a silver and 2 bronze for their country.
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kunduz (BNA) In attack of a group of local police on civilians in Kunduz province, 20 civilians were lost their lives and 18 others were wounded this morning. 
The attack started when local police officers opened fire on residents of Konm area in the suburb of Kunduz city. 
Eyewitness said to BNA, the local police officers due to private enmity attacked on residents of the area, but in charges of police in Kunduz said that this clash started while a group of irresponsible armed militias attacked on the frontier police forces and killed three policemen. 
The reports reached to BNA said still, this clash continues in this area. 
Meanwhile, the in charges of Kunduz hospital said currently 20 killed and 18 wounded civilians were transferred to this hospital. 
The local in charges said nothing in this regard yet. 
Authorities of interior ministry called the problem a private enmity.
Police of Kunduz security commandment assess the situation.
The police chief of this province will give information in a press conference regarding this event. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Sharan (BNA) The construction work of a refrigerating room for preservation of orchard and farmers’ production was started in Orgoon district of Paktika province yesterday. 
This refrigerating room will construct at the length of 35 meter and wide of 15 meters. 
Mokhlis Afghan spokesman of Paktika governor said to BNA, this refrigerating room will be constructed from budget of government at the cost of 200,000 dollars and will help preservation and keeping of farmers and orchards productions. 
Afghan added, a function was held for this purpose, Mohibullah Samim governor of Paktika mentioned from creating of two other projects which consisted of a religious school and a conference hall in Orgoon district and said the construction of these projects will start soon. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, 02 September 2012 06:30

Congregational Mosque Inaugurated In Helmand

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Lashkargah (BNA) The Eid-gah congregational mosque was inaugurated and put for public use in Helmand province. 
This mosque was constructed and equipped by United Arabic Emirate (UAE) at the cost of $ 2,500,000.
In the inaugural ceremony, Mohammad Gulab Mangal governor of Helmand said, this mosque is one of largest mosque in Helmand province which constructed on an area of 32 Jirib of lands in Lashkarga city and accommodates more than 7,000 prayers in a time and has all facilities for the prayers. 
This mosque has large recreational parks and standard canalization. 
It is said that one and half million dollars of the sum was funded by UEA and one million dollars donated by merchant and beneficent persons.
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, 02 September 2012 06:24

Peace, The Dire Need Of Afghans

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Yesterday September 1st was coincided with World Peace Day.
The world observe this day with great aspiration. Establishment of the UN after Second World War is based mainly for restoration of peace in the world, because war brings nothing but miseries for human-being.
The efforts made by world community in hot spots of the world like Afghanistan is based on this purpose.
The ugly phenomenon of terrorism, this enemy of peace and humanity creates hurdles for not implementation of peace so; it troubles the water so fish from it.
We live in a time that because of high progress of science and technology, the globe is changed into a small village.
This closeness needs peaceful atmosphere. Because small skirmishes threatens the others’ interests and normal life.
So, it is up to this close world family to work jointly for attaining to this holy and humanitarian aspiration.
Afghanistan as a victim of imposed long wars is thirsty of peace.
Establishment of high peace council and other institutions work for peace stem from this goal.
As the holy religion of Islam says that peace is better, the time proves the reality of this heavenly aim and Afghanistan as a Muslim nation and member of world family makes efforts to gain this goal.
World and regional cooperation is needed to remove all threats of war and terrorism, this factor of inflaming of insecurity.
Based on the same, in his statement delivered in NAM Summit held recently in Tehran president Karzai in his speech said that “we have invited our brotherly neighbor Pakistan to help us in our pursuit of Lasting peace and security.”
“We are of the firm belief that ensuring security and stability in the region and eliminating the threat of terrorism depends on our sincere cooperation.”
What is mentionable is this that a stable Afghanistan is in the benefit of the region and the world as a whole. So, it is up to help each other to maintain peace in every corner of globe.
Especially in Afghanistan as the heart of Asia it bears fruits for all. In such a situation, observing world peace day is a good measure.
 

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Test has started from the teachers and principals of Afghan Hajjis and this year it is expected that 600 teachers will be dispatched to the Saudi Arabia at the composition of the Hajj delegation by the Ministry of Hajj and Endowment.
Dr. Yusuf Niazi, Minister of Hajj and Endowment supervised the test process of the teachers.
The test has also been taken at the provinces. He told the press that from every province 30 persons have been selected and after test 10 of them will be selected who gain better points.
He noted that this year 30,000 Hajjis will participate at the Hajj process. The procedure for the Afghan Hajjis has been completed and their passport and visa is in the process.
Dr. Nizai added that each group of Hajji pilgrims will be accompanied with a principal and three teachers. The shelter issue for the Afghan Hajjis has been completely resolved in the Saudi Arabia.
 

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The USAID intends to assist the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation towards strengthening of research and extension through a grant of USD 65 million.
The objective of the research and extension program is increase in the income of farmers, with usage of modern technology in the center and provinces.
Mohammad Asif Rahimi Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Animal Husbandry in a joint press conference with the representative of the USAID said that the USD 65 million to be assisted by the USAID, USD 40 million will be expended by the government of Afghanistan and another USD 25 million through the USAID to the mentioned purpose. 
Rahimi added that initially the money will be expended in 50 districts specified by the ministry in 16 provinces.
The representative of the USAID, at this meeting emphasized on the continue cooperation of the USAID with Afghanistan.
 

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The head of justice department of the US embassy during his visit to the Ikhtiarudin castle in Herat city said that United States would continue to maintain and preserve historic monuments and cultural heritage of Afghanistan.
While accompanied by Ahmad Ahsan Sarwaryar the director of culture and information department of Herat, the US diplomat assured his government’s continued support in preserving and maintaining archeological sites and historical monuments.
The work for the second phase of the rehabilitation of Ikhtiarudin castle with US financial support had been completed in two years and work for the third phase would be begin in near future.
 

Sunday, 02 September 2012 05:54

Reshuffle And Posting

Sunday, September 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Najia Tariq was appointed as deputy to providing health services, to the public health ministry.
In a ceremony she was introduced to staff of the ministry to public health.
Speaking on the occasion, minister for public health Dr. Suraya Dalil described Najia Tariq as an experienced doctor, saying she can play effective role in improving health services in the country.
Later the presidential order in appointing Dr. Najia Tariq was also readout in the ceremony.