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Wednesday, 30 May 2012 09:06

Seven Persons Detained In Kabul

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Police forces in Kabul province detained seven persons on charges of criminal activities from different areas of the city today. 
According to interior ministry press office to BNA, the arrested persons are accused of crimes such as killing, kidnapping and stolen, they were arrested by police from 1st, 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th districts and Dehsabz district of this province. 
Another report says that the security police of Urozgan province detained a mine planter of Taliban with 2 mines from Chora district of that province. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 09:03

Mine Blast Wounds 2 ANA Soldiers


Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Two national army soldiers were wounded in a mine blast in Kapisa province yesterday. 
According to Shamshad 202 police zone press office to BNA, a mine was placed by armed militants in the vicinities of Tagab district and exploded while police was patrolling,
In this explosion two ANA soldiers were wounded. 
According to another report, the coalition forces conducted operation in the outskirts of Narang district of Kunar province and seized several arms from three houses and detained a person on charges of the case. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The personnel of Baghlan security directorate, discovered and seized huge quantity of ammunitions and explosive devices from vicinities of that province yesterday. 
According to interior ministry press office to BNA, the ammunition consist of 44 different types of mines, and 2000 kg of explosive materials which were placed by armed militants for destructive and terrorists activities in the different areas of Bano and first district of Pul-e-Khomri city. 
It is said that no one has been arrested in connection of this case. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 06:17

21 Taliban Rebels Killed In Provinces


Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) 21 Taliban rebels were killed, 9 rebels wounded and 27 others were detained in mopping up operations of Afghan and coalition forces. 
Interior ministry press office said to BNA, the security forces in 24 last hours conducted  nine mopping up operations in the outskirts of Kabul, Nangarhar, Faryab, Helmand, Urozgan, Logar, Ghazni, Paktika and Paktia provinces, in which 21 Taliban rebels were killed, 9 wounded and 27 others were detained. 
In these operations, 270 kg of narcotics, 10 Kalashnikovs, a rocket launcher, 2 anti-vehicle mines, 13 grenades and 6 motorbikes of enemies were seized by these forces as well.  
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 06:12

Late Ustad Khalili’s Remains Buried

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The remains of late Ustad Khalilullah Khalili the famous poet of the country were laid to rest through a special ceremony within the Kabul University compound. 
The ceremony was attended by Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi, Speaker of House of People, Mohammad Alam Izedyar First Senate Secretary, some cabinet members, some members of National Assembly, chairman of the academy of science, Zalmai Heywadmal cultural advisor of presidential office, Kabul Mayor, cultural figures and scholars and friends of late Ustad. 
Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen Minister of Information and culture and chairman of the commission for burial of the remains of Ustad Khalili talked on the personality of late Khalili and added that  today the sons of this homeland are paying homage to the remains of the famous poet of the country. 
He dwelt on different dimensions of life of this great poet and stressed that the ministry of information and culture in memory of this man of poem will organize a special ceremony at the hall of Radio-TV on coming Sunday”. 
Dr. Obaidullah Obeid minister of higher education said at the ceremony that late Ustad Khalilullah Khalili was of very high caliber poets of the contemporary Afghanistan who spent his life towards the path of freedom, independence, reflection of the pains and miseries of the Afghan nation during the invasion of the former Red Army and encouragement of the Mujahid nation against the biggest power of the world. 
Farouq Wardak minister of education said that representing the president of Afghanistan and the members of the burial commission I convey my sympathies to the dear nation of Afghanistan and the family of the unique poet of the country. 
He added that Ustad Khalili does not belong to a nation, specific tribe, but he was a poet got up from amongst the people and died among the people. 
Masoud Khalili son of late Khalili who is currently ambassador of Afghanistan in Spain thanked president Karzai, members of the cabinet and the Afghan nation for their expression of sympathy to the Khalili family members. 
The bouquets of flowers prepared by the ministries of information and culture, higher education, academy of sciences and other foundations were lay on late Khalili’s tomb. 
The remains of late Khalili has been transferred from Peshawar by his friends and fans on the basis of instruction of president Karzai. 
Ustad Khalili died while being refugees in Pakistan in 1366 in Pakistan.  Ustad Khalili was born in 1325 in a building on the side of Kabul River that once was called as the garden of Jahan Ara, the recreation center of Mughul Kings. 
His father was Mirza Hussain Khan from the Sayed Khail of Parwan province.
 

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 06:03

Students Once Again Poisoned In Takhar

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Taluqan (BNA)  Around eighty students had poisoned at the Ahendara high school in Takhar province, said Habibullah head of the provincial hospital adding that over 80 students were transferred to this hospital and their health status is better. 
A father, Mohammadullah said that “At 8:00 yesterday morning my daughter studying at ninth grade went to the school and a moment latter I was informed that my daughter has become senseless, so I went to the school and saw that poisonous gas had been sprayed there.
“The security in charges accused the government armed oppositions for being involved in the incident adding that they want the girls not to go to school and deprive of education. 
The security in charges assured that they will try to arrest the perpetrators of this inhuman act. 
The parents of the poisoned students asked the security in charges and the ministry of education to identify the perpetrators and pursue them legally. 
Last week, another 110 students were also poisoned at the Bibi Hajara High School in the province.
 

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A number of elders, ulema and influential figures of the southern Helmand province discussed their environmental problems in a meeting with the second vice president, Mohammad Kairm Khalili, the presidential press office said. 
The elders of the province expressed their complaints over the usurpation the public and private lands and increasing corruption in the province to the vice president as saying they had referred to different resources, with yet to be heard of them and tackle the problems. 
They also said the media are being censored and insecurity increased as well as no adequate attention is paid to the education affairs in the province.
A few number of up to 250 schools are active in the province, the elders complained.
The vice president pledged to remove the problems of the province and assured them to discuss their problems with the president to take decision for their removal. 
The second vice president also assured the government would try its best to eliminate the corruption in the province and called the government official as the service providers for the people. 
Calling the role of the religious ulema as too effective in opening the schools, Khalili urged the elders not to hesitate to work for further development of education in the province.
 

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The ministry of mines is interested to prepare the ground for speedy extraction of mines at the provincial levels. 
The delegation of the ministry is in Herat which praised the activities of the province in facilitating surveys and exploitation of mines. 
Mir Ahmad Jawid Sadat, deputy minister of mines leading the delegation in his meeting with Daoud Shah Saba the governor of Herat informed him of the interest of mines ministry towards exploitation of mines in the province. 
The governor considered these big steps by the ministry of mines and called the existing mineral resource of Afghanistan the biggest asset of the country. 
During this meeting emphasis was made on further attention towards the mines of the country in extraction of natural resources of Herat for economic development of the province. 
The ministry of mines besides that extraction of marble, coal and salt is being in process at the province is interested to prepare itself for extraction of the Shaida mine in Adreskan district.
 

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Over one thousand historical monuments are due to be devastated all over the country, Minister of Information and Culture, Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen told a news conference yesterday. 
At a press conference attended by the deputies of the ministry of information and culture and a number of foreign visitors and media workers, Dr. Raheen provided the audience with information about the historical monuments and relics related to the last long era of the country’s civilization. 
The historical relics and monuments of the country are not only belonged to the people of Afghanistan nor to those of their ancestors, but they belong to the human valuable culture, warning that up to 1,200 historical monuments of the country are at the emerge of devastation and his ministry due to lack of budget and professional workers was not able to repair them. 
Lauding the cooperation of the friendly countries including, U.S, France, Japanese, Holland, Germany and UNESCO in this field, Dr. Raheen added that alongside 1,200 historical monuments, there are still two Islamic architected master works. 
The minister not only urge the international community, but also the national traders to join a sponsoring process to revitalize rehabilitate the country’s historical monuments among which there are congregational mosque in northern Balkh province. 
UNESCO head also spoke at the conference saying that protection of Afghanistan historical relics is one of his office main targets as well as to help develop a democratic system in the country. 
At the end of the meeting, deputy minister of information and culture, Sayed Mussadeq Khalili exhibited the pictures of those historical monuments are laid at the emerge of devastation and provided information about each of them.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Chaired by second vice president, Mohammad Karim Khalili, the council of ministers economic committee discussed different topics among them, extension of railway and prevention of the vehicles with high tonnage along the highways as a result of which high budget are being spent to reconstruct the recently asphalted roads. 
The committee after hearing the entire viewpoints of the meeting participants instructed the ministry of public works provide a comprehensive draft for protection and supervision of the country’s highways and offer to the next session. 
The ministry of finance also presented report from the Tokyo conference to the committee members, in which 22 national programs would be offered to the international community on support and financing spheres for the country’s revitalization of the infrastructures, education, human resources etc. 
The issue of importing raw materials by Ghazanfar Group in order to test the refinery factory of the said company had been discussed at the committee meeting through which the price would reduce and the unemployed people would get job capacity, which was confirmed by the committee members.