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Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The construction work of Farah airport will start nearly with the cost of six million dollars.
Abdulrahman Zhowandoi governor spokesperson of Farah Said BNA, with the construction of the airport most of the problems of the citizens will be solved.
He added the central government has accepted to pay the cost of the project.
According to him the construction work of the airport will be started very soon according to the international standards.
Governor spokesperson reported from the completions of the other projects in this province and said asphalting the roads of Qala Kah, Khake-Safayed and capital of Farah province, construction of higher teacher training college, healthy water supply system, and dozens other projects in the near future will be completed.
He explained that the building and implementation of the projects need dozens of millions dollars that will be paid by the central government.
 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Jalalabad (BNA) Speaker of Upper House was martyred in Nangarhar province yesterday.
Colonel Hazrat Hosain Mashriqiwal, spokesman police of Nangarhar said BNA. Shafiqullah the secretary of Fazel Hadi Moslimyar the speaker of upper house while was going home targeted  by armed Taliban in the Lalma area, Chaparhar district and killed.
According to Mashriqiwal, the Lalma area is insecure parts of the district and he went there without informing police.
Police has started investigation of the incident. T. Suraya-Yarzada

 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Charikar (BNA) Abaidullah Ramin the representative of people in lower house of parliament of Baghlan survived from a blast but his five bodyguards were killed this morning.
Haji Mohammad Naram the head of anti-narcotic  of Parwan said BNA, Abaidullah Ramin a member of parliament  wanted to trip Baghlan,  while travelling to Baghlan his vehicles hit a roadside mine in Bagram district as a result of explosion of the mine, five of his bodyguards were martyred and four others wounded but he himself survived the blast.
According to the source, the injured were taken to Parwan hospital and their health condition reported critical.
It is being said that three vehicles were completely damaged in the blast.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 08:33

7th Workshop On Seeking Opinion Opened

Tuesday May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA): The seventh round of workshop on seeking opinion for drafting policy on youth was opened by the youth affair department of the ministry for information and culture here yesterday, BNA reported.
In his opening remark, the head of the youth affairs department, Timor Shah Ishaqzai said the aim of holding such workshop is to drafting policy on youth affairs and finding ways and means to solve problems besides supporting their talents, knowledge and capabilities in the social, economic and cultural fields.
Ishaqzai also hoped that the Ministers Council and parliament would endorse the policy.
Work on drafting the policy began six months ago because 68 percent of the country’s populations are youths and the can play a great role in the future of the country.
 

Tuesday May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The second secretary of Senate, Hajji Rafiullah Gul Afghan had listened to the complaints of the protesting students of social science faculty of Kabul University yesterday, BNA reported.
In the meeting also attended by some senators, some described the set-in of the students as politically motivated, saying their allegations against teachers should be investigated.
Senator Gul Afghan also noted that senate wants ensuring justice to all the citizens of the country and also wished for the early solution of the problems of students.
 

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 07:58

Some 100 Citizens Obtain Voting Cards

Tuesday May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Some 100 citizens including 68 men and 30 women received voting cards after registration their names in the registration center of Ustad Bitab School here yesterday, BNA reported.
People were standing on long queue to register their names and obtain voting card to use their franchise in the coming presidential elections.
Zabiullah, 20 told BNA that he would cast his vote in favor of an honest candidate.
An officer of the registration center, Abdul Aziz said that majority of those who wanted to register were youth.
 

Tuesday May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) In accordance with instruction of President Hamid Karzai, a delegation was assigned with the composition of Dr. Rangeen Dadfar Spanta National Security Advisor, Prof. Nematullah Shahrani presidential advisor, Dr. Obaidullah Obaid Minister of Higher Education for addressing the problems of students.
The delegation went to area close to parliament building and assured the students that their demands would be addressed and they could start their lessons.
Prof. Nematullah Shahrani addressing the students said that your demands have been accepted and you should put end to your strike.
He added that you are sons of Afghanistan and today’s asset and reserve of tomorrow of this nation and you should not waste your valuable time.
Dr. Spanta and Dr. Obaidullah Obaid also talking to the students asked them to resume their lessons.
Dr. Obaidullah said that you should not allow others misuse your sentiments.
He added that Farouq Abdullah and Faisal Amin have been replaced and appointed outside the faculty in other posts at the higher education ministry and your other demands are also acceptable.
A student representing others expressed appreciation over the government decision and said that this is acceptable by them and they value the decision indeed.
 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Karzai met US congress representatives led by Mrs. Lina Rouz Letnin.  At the meeting held at the presidential palace Sunday, expansion of relations between the two nations, struggle against terrorism, Afghan-US Security agreement, peace process, upcoming elections and regional issues were discussed.
The US congress representatives praised progress in the last decade in education, higher education, health, freedom of speech and democracy under president Karzai leadership and assured him that US would continue long-term assistance and cooperation to Afghanistan.
 

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Karzai chaired the plenary session of the council of ministers at the presidential palace yesterday.
To start with, President Karzai informed the cabinet about the results of his visit to India during which he was honored by giving a honorary doctorate degree by the LPU University in a special ceremony which was accepted with great appreciation.
Alongside the visit, the president informed the cabinet about the results of his visit and his meetings with president and prime minister and other Indian authorities and added that in those meeting issues pertaining to Afghanistan, bilateral ties, regional issues and the presence of international forces after 2014 and its impacts on Afghanistan and the region were discussed.  Meanwhile he praised peaceful and sincere ties between the two nations in recent years especially the cooperation of the Indian government in the recent years and the Indian leaders reciprocally assured Afghanistan of their cooperation in different spheres as well.
The council of ministers (CM) then strongly condemned the Friday (3rd of Jawza) terrorist attack on the IOM offices in Kabul as a result of which some countrymen were martyred and wounded and instructed the ministry of interior affairs and national security department to try to recognize the perpetrators of this attack and punish them legally.
The charter of Baghlan Sugar Company aiming to encourage farmers to cultivate beet to meet the requirements of the factory approved.
The CM ordered the ministries of commerce and industries and agriculture and irrigation to undertake specific measures for marketing of agricultural products and implement the decision no. 39 dated 4/10/1391 of the CM on establishment of port structures in Cha Bahar of Islamic Republic of Iran with the assistance of Indian government and also take step towards activation of the transport network and transit of trade from that port as it is very important for the people and the government of Afghanistan and it is a priority of the Afghan government.  The CM also instructed the ministries of finance and commerce and industries to finalize issues pertaining to the Cha Bahar transit port with Iranian in order to transport export and imported goods from that port which is very necessary.
Then, the minister of commerce and industries raised the demands for consisting importing different raw materials and other necessary needs of oil refinery factories of Ghaznafar and KAM oil companies.
The CM after deeply discussing the issue approved the importing of the materials for those factories; and assigned the ministry of commerce and industries to supervise the imported materials to those factories and  try that the raw materials extracted in the country should be utilized in domestic factories and assigned the national standard department so supervise the quality of products of those factories on permanent basis.
Then, the national partnership of cadres at  Takhar province leadership and the districts of that province raised at the meeting and according to administrative and secretariat of council of ministers department consider the composition un-fair and assigned the relevant state organs to settle the  problem according to the national unity which is a most for the interest of Afghan people. 
The administration affairs and secretariat of CM, independent administrative reforms commission and civil services and the local organs department were assigned by the CM to review national participation of leading body of Takhar and other provinces in the country and present its report to the Presidential Office.
At the end, three international agreements were presented to the CM by Minister of Foreign Affairs as follow which was confirmed by the council of ministers as follow:
1- A cooperation agreement between Ministry of Education of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the embassy of Saudi Arabia to Kabul.
2- Understanding cooperation between sciences academy of Afghanistan and the national academy of science of India.
3 -Cooperation program between Diplomatic Institute of Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and training diplomatic Institute of Saudi Arabia.
 

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 06:26

High School Building Inaugurated

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) New high school building was inaugurated by education authorities in Mahmoodraqi city of Kapisa province.
BNA reported, the building of the school has been constructed in one story from development budget of education ministry within two years and has 8 classrooms, 4 administrative rooms and other necessary facilities.
With construction of the school, the problems of students had been tackled from shortage of classrooms and provided better reduction facilities for them. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada