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Monday, February 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Sayed Makhdom Raheen Minister of Information and Culture distributed appreciation letters to 36 heads of departments and employees of the ministry. 
The appreciation letters marks better preservation of the National Archive, Afghan Films during the Taliban era and active participation of employees at the Traditional Loya Jirgah. Dr. Raheen told the ceremony that undoubtedly appreciating the employees make them satisfied and they can better perform their missions. 
Appreciation letters (first grade) were distributed to seven employees of the Afghan film and second grade letters to two retired employees and two service employees received letters of merits. 
Meanwhile, those employees who had taken active part in the recent Traditional Loya Jirgah including the head of National Radio-TV, and another head of the department of the National Radio-TV received first grade appreciation letters and nine other employees received second and one employee third grade letters respectively. 
Also, 13 reporters of Bakhtar News Agency, Heywad daily, Islah daily, employees of national gallery received second and letters of merits.

Sunday, February, 5, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Addressing the meeting honoring the auspicious birth anniversary of Hazrate Mohammad Mustafa (PBUH) Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen Minister of Information and Culture said that is obligatory for Muslims to have good morale and the be example in the society. 
The meeting at the Information and Culture Ministry International Press Center was attended by religious ulema, scholars, scientists and employees of the ministry.
Dr. Raheen said at this meeting at a time when the humanity remained ignorant and led miserable life and cruelty and infidelity over shadowed the world, at the time justice was practiced against the people, at such a time the savior of humanity was born that torched the air and the people found their guide to move on the right path. 
The prophet who was full of morale and his teachings has been beneficial any time and had its message emerged in the world. 
According to Dr. Raheen under conditions that our people are suffering from immense miseries is the responsibility of every one to adapt the Islamic teachings of the Prophet of Islam. 
Abdul Rahim Karimi former minister of justice said that the more different dimensions of life of the Prophet of Islam is looked at still is inadequate and Islam is an eternal religion. 
Qari Assadullah Dayee, Neek Mohammad Helmandi members of the nationwide ulema council of Afghanistan and member of the high shura of media and Sheikh Mohammad Ali Fetri talked at length of the life and teachings of the Great Prophet of Isalam Hazrate Mohammad Mustafa (PBUH). 
Qari Mohammad Ehsan Saiqal Imam of mosque and chairman of the ulema council of Kabul recited holy Naat. 
The meeting ended with prayers for prosperity and welfare of the country by Mawlawi Jura advisor of presidential office in religious affairs.

Sunday, February, 5, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Counter crime department for ministry of interior submitted three historic relics to officials for Afghan national museum here in Kabul the other day. 
According to counter crime chief Sayed Abdul Ghafar Sayedzada, the relics traffickers planned to take the relics outside of the country. 
The relics were kept in a house in Kaert-e-Naw and the owner of the house has been detained. 
General Sayedzada has submitted the three historic monuments to deputy of Afghan National Museum Yahya Muhibzada. 
Yahya Muhibzada said among the three relics, two of them are the most precious relics for which we can’t specify the price. 
He appreciated the Afghan police for their efforts towards discovering the historic relics.

Sunday, February, 5, 2012

Kabul (BNA) Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, minister of information and culture in a ceremony which was held the other day for a successful cinema star of the country Sediq Barmak, said, “Barmak’s success is the success of all cinema stars of the country. 
The stars carrying cinema art on their shoulders faced with deprivation. 
India Cinema Foundation has handed over Asia Culture Award for the best director to Sediq Barmak, an Afghan star and director of the country’s cinema. 
The foundation which annually launches feature movies festivals titled Third Eye Movies gives the award to one of Asian directors. 
In a ceremony which was held at Afghan Film hall Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen spoke and considered Barmak’s success as success of all Afghan cinemas and said Sediq Barmak had gentry in his work in the light of art and I’d felt such gentry in each moment of Usama Film. 
Dr. Raheen also said, “I’ve repeatedly said that Afghan cinema stars are carrying the cinema art on their shoulders while they are staying in deprivation, but I’m sure they are to succeed despite all problems they have. 
They ceremony was also attended by advisor to MoIC Jalal Noorani, Afghan philosopher Sediq Afghan, head of Afghan union of cinema stars Jawan Shir Haidari and Afghan artists.