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Sunday, May 06, 2012
Ghazni (BNA) Armed Taliban attacked on Shamsularefeen School in Ghazni province and wounded 4 students today. 
Education In charge of Ghazni who denied saying his name confirmed wounding of four students of this school in the attack. 
Meanwhile, Abdul Saboor Ghofrani spokesman of education ministry in contact with BNA confirmed this event but said; in this attack two students of school have been wounded. He requested militant fighters to cooperate with education not attack on schools.
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, 06 May 2012 12:08

Road Asphalted In Trenkot


Sunday, May 06, 2012
Trenkot (BNA) 4.5 km road was asphalted in Trenkot city center of Urozgan province and put for public use. 
Amir Mohammad Akhondzada governor of Urozgan province said to BNA, the road funded by Australia at the cost of 2 and half million dollars. 
Governor of Urozgan thanked PRT of Australia for asphalting of this road in that province.
According to him he has planned to launch other projects in Trenkot city. T. Suraya-Yarzada
 


Sunday, May 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Two arms caches of Taliban was discovered in the Helmand and Urozgan provinces.
These caches have been discovered in combined operations of Afghan and NATO forces from outskirts of Trenkot city of Urozgan province and Nahersaraj district of Helmand province. 
NATO in a press statement said to BNA, tens of light and heavy arms and 50 kg of explosive materials were seized from these forces. 
The statement said nothing about killing of Afghan-NATO and civilians in this operation.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 


Sunday, May 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Afghan and coalition forces in cleaning up operations which was conducted in the several provinces of the country, killed eight Taliban rebels, wounded two and detained 15 others. 
Interior ministry press office said to BNA, this operation conducted in the vicinities of Kunar, Faryab, Kandahar, Nimrooz, Zabul, Ghazni, Paktia and Farah provinces, in which 8 Taliban rebels were killed, two wounded and 15 others have been detained. 
A quantity of light and heavy arms consists of 12 Kalashnikovs, 2 PK machine guns, 121 rocket launchers, 10 bombs, 3 kg of explosive materials, 2 motorcycles and a vehicle were seized by this forces, said the source. 
Meanwhile, the national police forces discovered and defused three anti-vehicle mines from vicinities of Nimrooz, Khost and Helmand provinces.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 


Sunday, May 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A source of the Ministry of Mines has stated that documents of the TAPI project has been finalized and the documents pertaining to the projects will be signed on May 24 (4 Jauza of current year) by the ministers of petroleum and gas and mines of the member countries. 
The spokesperson of the ministry of mines said that it is expected that the ministers of petroleum and gas and mines of the Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India and the representatives of the Asian development Bank following solution of the technical side of the project sign the documents on the May 24 of current year. 
It should be noted that Waheedullah Shahrani Minister of Mines had visited Ashqabad recently where he informed the Turkmenistan authorities about the expectations and proposals of Afghanistan and that the Turkmen side has accepted those proposals. 
Previously the Turkmenistan sources also stated that the contract for sell of gas of that country by a pipeline through Afghanistan, to Pakistan and India will be signed up to the end of May this year. 
The delay of the contract was due to differences in price of the cost for its transmission through Afghanistan. 
The project is the biggest economic project between four south Asian countries that has strong support of the USA and Afghanistan will annually get 700 million cubic meter of gas from this that will meet the need of the country and India is its greatest shareholder which will get 33 billion cubic meter of gas annually.
The project extends at a length of 1600 km from the Daulatabad of Turkmenistan. 
The project will bring in huge economic benefits for the member countries and Afghanistan in addition to the 700 million cubic meters of gas will benefits for the member countries and Afghanistan in addition to the 700 million cubic meter of gas will benefit of employment of 50,000 of its nationals in the project. 
Some of the analysts fear that the project might face security problems but Pakistan has assured that the project will not face any problems.
 

Sunday, May 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA)  House of people speaker Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi chaired the general session of the house in which deputies touched on varying issues including the recently signed Afghan-US strategic cooperation agreement as well as recent floods causing human and material losses. 
Some of the deputies touched on the inattention of the ministry of public health in better organizing of health centers in Nooristan, non realization of Darul Ulum project of Ghour province, rising of prices of electricity by the Breshna Company, building of high-rise buildings in diplomatic regions of Kabul city irrespective to the city master plan. 
The deputies called the Afghan-US strategic cooperation agreement to the interest of the people of Afghanistan. 
Some of the deputies considered specification of the order in Afghanistan in accord with provision of the Constitution of the country the authority of the Loya Jirgah of Afghanistan and rejected the continuation of the presidential order till the year 2024 in the document. 
They argued that in the document the name of Al-Qaeda has been considered as terrorist group but no mention is made of the Taliban and Hezbi Islami in that document. 
They also criticized specifying of the volume of US assistance and the method of struggle against terrorism after 2014 in the document. 
The deputies also called continued work of the attorney general and the members of the Supreme Court against the provision of the Constitution and asked the President of the country to introduce individuals to the House of People for getting vote of confidence.

Sunday, May 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Minister of higher education Obaidullah Obaid met with the ambassador of Iran and exchanged views on enhancing science and cultural relations between the two nations. 
The Iranian ambassador promised that his country would continue to support Afghanistan in the field of education and providing scholarships to Afghan teachers and students.
 


Sunday, May 06, 2012
Logar (BNA) Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai the head of commission for security transition visited Logar yesterday. 
In the meeting with the officials and elders of the province reviewed the security situation and the condition of transferring security from NATO-led troops to Afghan security forces. 
Both the local officials and elders of Logar province in the meeting called for international community support to equip Afghan security forces with light and heavy weapons. 
Dr. Ahmadzai promised the government with the support of international community to farther equip the national security forces.
 

Sunday, 06 May 2012 06:50

Security Forces Killed 36 Insurgents


Sunday, May 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) National police in cooperation with other security organizations have killed 36 armed militants during a series of operations over the past 24 hours, interior ministry said in a statement yesterday. 
The operations, according to the statement were carried in Farah, Kunduz, Helmand, Ghazni and Khost provinces during which three militants were injured and eight others made captive. 
A number of arms and ammunitions including 1300 kg explosive material were also seized during the operations, the statement further said. 
According to another report, police at Kabul international airport arrested a man and found fake passport from his possession. 
Police also detained a man in Kabul on charge of involvement in killing.
 

Sunday, May 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A preparatory commission for holding of international seminar on Naqshbani way with the participation of ulema and scholars led by Dr. Sayed Makhdom Raheen Minister of Information and Culture held a meeting yesterday. 
It is expected that this seminar with the participation of religious ulema, sheikhs and lecturers from the center and provinces as well as foreign scholars will be organized at the beginning of summer this year by the Ministry of Information and Culture in Kabul. 
Therefore all researchers are informed to offer their articles till the end of month of Jawza to the related commission of the ministry. 
For further information they can contact phone phones: 0700280032-0799866286.