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Sunday, August 04, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, Minister of Information and Culture left Kabul for Seoul the capital of South Korea yesterday.
During his trip to Seoul, the Minister of Information and Culture and his accompanying delegation will hold talks with a number of officials of S-Korea and will leave Seoul for Sachin city, staying there for two days, than will be back to Seoul.
Dr. Sayed Kahdoom Raheen and his accompanying delegation will leave Seoul for Kabul on August 8th of current year.
 

Saturday, August 03, 2013
Kabul (BNA) To honor the holy month of Ramadan and revelation of Holy Quran a recitation session of Holy Quran was organized at the Ministry of Information and Culture Thursday evening.
Following recitation of Holy Quran that took place by the participants, Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, Minister of Information and Culture talked on the virtue of the holy month of Ramadan and said that this month is far better than any other months indeed.
He added that during the Qader night (the Holiest Night of
Ramadan) that happens during the month, all the living beings, once again pay homage and respect to the Almighty Allah.
He expressed the hope that the prayers and worshipping of pious people during this month is accepted by Allah Almighty and our nation succeed to follow up the path of Allah, the path of righteousness, sacrifices and steadfastness.
The function ended after taking of Iftar (breaking the fast in the evening) by the participants.
 

Saturday August 3, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Seven young musicians of the national institute of music left the other day for South Korea to present and introduce Afghanistan’s classic music.
According to Dr. Ahmad Nasir Sarmast, director of the institute, seven young musicians playing classic music of Afghanistan are one of a group of the national institute of music have left for South Korea to perform and introduce Afghanistan classic music.
He said, “The musicians’ group will stay in that country for nine days and perform various Afghan music programs in great halls of Seoul and Stanchion cities of Korea, adding only last year, the institute presented and introduced Afghanistan’s art and music in various countries as Uzbekistan, Germany, Denmark, Tanzania, and the  USA.”
National Institute of Music, which is operating under MoE, is known as an effective institution not only in Afghanistan but also in the world as the institute’s students have performed various musical shows as ambassadors of peace and culture of Afghanistan in various great halls of the world for the past three years.
 

Wednesday July 31, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The Ministry of Information and Culture condemning the recent beating of journalists in the country asked punishment of the perpetrators of the incident, but Radio Ashna, Voice of America (VOA) releasing an unilaterally report claimed that the  Ministry of Information and Culture has kept its silence in that regard.
Minister of Information and Culture himself is following the incidents and while condemning violence against journalists, the Minister asked relevant security organs to investigate the incident seriously.
The Ministry of Information and Culture has reacted soon after a journalist was beaten by Parwan governor’s guards and hitting of two other journalists in Pul-e-Khumri, capital city of Baghlan and condemned the incidents by releasing a statement and asking for investigation in this regard by delivering formal letters tothe Ministry of Interior and judicial organs.
The statements have been broadcast through Bakhtar News Agency, National Radio and Television and government newspapers.
Unfortunately, Radio Ashna of VOA ignoring all those efforts in its morning news bulletin said the Ministry of Information and Culture kept its silence in this regard, which surprised MoIC.