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Sunday, 02 June 2013 11:01

11 Employees of NDP Released

Sunday June 02, 2013
Kabul (BNA) 11 employees of NDP organization who were abducted by unknown people from Achin district, Nangarhar province have been released as a result of efforts of elders of the region.
11 employees of demining organization who were abducted three weeks ago released as a result of Shinwari elders.
An employee of NDP in Nangarhar province says, there was no any deal or compromise for releasing of the abducted people.
NDP demining organization says the abductors who had also taken three cars and demining equipment, have not returned them.
According security forces the abductors had transferred the abducted people to other side of Afghan borders.
 

Sunday, 02 June 2013 07:18

6 Rebels Killed

Sunday, June 02, 2013
Sharan (BNA) Six rebels were killed in a clash by Afghan forces in Paktika province.
The clash occurred last night in the suburb of Sharann city center of Paktika province, when a group of rebels attacked on a police post.
Police officials confirmed that three Afghan troops were wounded in the incident.
Meanwhile local officials of Paktika reported from arresting of three insurgents affiliated to Haqani network.
The three insurgents were arrested during an operation in their hideouts of Sharan city.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, June 02, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Zulmai Rasool Afghan foreign minister and Almer Mohammad Yaryov met at the headquarters of Azerbaijan foreign ministry.
The spokesman of Afghan foreign minister told BNA that the two ministers expressing consent over the current friendly relation between the two countries asked for further strengthening of the relations.   They talking about the need for mutual cooperation, emphasized on a solid and legal base for such cooperation.  The two ministers agreed to start negotiations for providing an extensive framework for inking a cooperation agreement. 
Dr. Zulmai Rasool  the Afghan foreign minister congratulating the anniversary of the independence of Azerbaijan Republic  expressed his gratitude for persistent support of Azerbaijan especially the humanitarians aids and funding the Afghan students  studying at  the universities of Azerbaijan and the support of  that country from the  reconstruction process of Afghanistan.
Afghan and Azeri foreign ministers expressing their willingness for further strengthening mutual relations agreed to continue their mutual support in the framework of international organizations. 
Dr. Zulmai Rasool the Afghan foreign minister during his visit to Azerbaijan for attending the second global gathering for negotiation among cultures held in Baku, also met the president and the minister of emergency state of Azerbaijan.   T. Nemat
 

Sunday, 02 June 2013 07:15

16 Insurgents Arrested

Sunday, June 02, 2013
Kabul (BNA) 16 armed insurgents were arrested from relevant areas of Panjwai district of Kandahar province.
National defense ministry press office said BNA, the insurgents have active role in destructive and terrorist attacks, transferring of weapons to insurgents and planning and designing terrorist plots.  They were arrested along with quantity of weapons, 3 motorbikes and 7 kg of hashish from Panjwai district of Kandahar province. T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, 02 June 2013 07:13

57 Taliban Killed

Sunday, June 02, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The Afghan and coalition forces during the  last 24 hours carrying  out several cleansing operations in different provinces of the country killed 57 Taliban militants.
Interior ministry press office said BNA, the operation conducted by Afghan and coalition forces in the relevant areas of Kandahar, Ghazni, Helmand, Kapisa, Paktika and Paktia provinces in which 57 Taliban were killed, 8 wounded and 12 others were arrested.
A quantity of weapons and explosives were seized.
Also, three mines were discovered and defused which were planted by insurgents in Farah and Herat provinces.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, June 02, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Minister of Public Work signed an agreement with Afghan Watan road Construction Company.
According to that the road length 8 km will be constructed in Nangarhar, BNA reported.
The Minister of Public Work during signing of the agreement said, the ring road of Chaparhar-Jalalabad at length of 7,729 km was designed by engineers of Public Work ministry and will be constructed by constructional company of Afghan Watan at the cost of 95,5 million Afghanis within nine months. The project is funded by developments budget of Public Work Ministry.
The agreement was signed by Mohammad Akbar Barekzai deputy minister of Public Work and the authorities of Afghan Watan road Construction Company.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, 02 June 2013 04:58

40,000 Families To Benefit Power

Sunday, June 02, 2013
Kabul (BNA) With completion of transmission of 220 kilowatt electricity from Chamtala Sub-station to Arghandi sub-station, 40,000 families will benefit power.
Breshan Company signed extending transmission power line from sub-station of Chamtala to sub-station of Arghani with Indian KIS Company.
BNA correspondent reported,  the documents includes , the  plan, design , delivering of materials and   equipment for the project , installing of  pillars and extension of power lines  with diameter of 400mm will be finished by the end of 2014. Development Bank (ADB.
Dr. Omar Zhkhailwal minister of finance said, the aim of implementation of the projects is to transfer power from Chamtala sub-station to south-west sub-station, the residents of south-east of Kabul areas (Dasht-e-Barche , Paghman and Arghandi ) will take benefit  from electricity power.
Abdul Razaq Samadi head of Breshna Company said it is due to the construction work of 220 KW sub-station with the capacity of 20 megawatts to be built in Chouk Arghandi very soon
In charges of Breshna Company said, presently 70 percent of Kabul residents are taking benefit from power which 20 per cent of them are benefited from hydroelectric and others from imported power.  The document was signed by Abdul Razaq Samadi head of Breshna Company and the representative of technical and engineering company KIS of India. T. Suraya-Yarzadas
 

Sunday, June 02, 2013
Ghazni (BNA) A police and 7 civilians were wounded in explosion of a bomb in Ghazni province.
The bomb attached on a motorbike exploded in Chouk Shahedan bazaar of Qarabagh district while a police vehicle passing through.
Fazel Rahman governor of Qarabagh district said BNA, a police and 7 civilians were wounded in the blast.
He blaming the Taliban for the blast said the security officials have started investigation for identifying and arresting the perpetrators.
Meanwhile, Doctors in medical center of Ghazni reported the health condition of three injured critical.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, 02 June 2013 04:52

11 Rebels Killed And 10 Wounded

Sunday June 2, 2013
Charikar (BNA) 11 rebels were killed and 10 others wounded by national police in Ghorband district yesterday.
Basir Salangi governor for Parwan province said BNA; a group of armed rebels clashed with national police in the Farabjal area, Ghorband district, which led to the killing of 11 rebels and injuring of 10 others.
Governor of Parwan said, two in charges of DAIAG in Bamyan province who were abducted by Taliban since 2 weeks, were released from clutch of rebels and number of Taliban commanders were killed in the clash.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Sunday, 02 June 2013 04:51

20 Militants Killed

Sunday, June 2, 2013
Kabul (BNA) 20 militants linked Taliban and Haqani network were killed in a series operations in the country.
During the operations carried out yesterday and today, 15 militants were also arrested.
It is being said that 4 local commanders of Taliban and 5 organizers of terrorist attacks of Haqani network were among the deaths.
BNA quoting NATO report, the militants were targeted by Afghan and foreign forces in different parts of Kandahar, Helmand, Zabul, Sar-e-Pl, Ghazni, Logar, Paktia and Paktika provinces and killed and arrested.  Tens of weapons and hundreds kg of explosives were seized.
There were no casualties among Afghan, foreign forces and civilians.  T. Suraya-Yarzad