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Monday, October 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The ministry of information and culture is going to hold a seminar on “Life of Ahl-e-Bait of The Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)” on 7 and 8 Moharam 1434 falling on 1st and 2nd Qaus this year. 
The commission for holding the seminar hereby is requesting all the scholars, researchers, writers and the religious leaders to send their articles to the commission and all the articles to be published at the end of the seminar.

Monday, October 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Mubariz Rashidi the deputy to ministry for information and cultured presided the meeting of editors and in-charges of the government and private media outlets here and discussed the support of national languages, commission foreign worlds in the daily life strengthening national unity in line with the 45th presidential decree. 
In his speech, Rashidi had also lauded the performances of media, saying the ministry for information and culture is ready to train media people at home and abroad.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The book “Shubh-e-Marg” authored by Zarifa Pirzad has won the prize of the ministry for information and culture. 
Security first position among several books in the test, Shubh-e-Marg or Death Ghost is the story of a woman, who’s all having destroyed over night. 
The story based on the facts in the country. The author of the book, Zarifa Pirzad said that she had written six books so far and out of these, four have been published, saying all the books authored by her reflects the problems and pains of the poor people of Afghanistan.


Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Kabul (BNA)  The exhibition of tableaus and paintings of famous artist Amanullah Gandumi was opened by Dr. Abdullah Abdullah the leader of National Coalition in Serena hotel here yesterday.  In his remarks Gandumi said that he had learned the art from his father Azizullah Gandumi and began working with wheat 18 years ago.  His first works exhibition was held in 1389 and since then has presented 220 tableaus and paintings to the art lovers.  The exhibition remains open for the visitors till 25th Qaus.