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Monday, August 27, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Sayed Makhdom Raheen Minister of Information and Culture appreciated the Afghan athletes medal winners from the London Olympics. 
Addressing the athletes at the ceremony said that it is a great honor for the people of the country that the Afghan flag was hoisted at the hands of the hero athletes of Afghanistan that brought about welcome throughout the country.
He added that all the nation were enthusiast over the success of Naikpah, Bahawe, Tehmina Kohistani and other three athletes of the country.
Dr.  Raheen noted that we should exert efforts and place all our possibilities at the disposal of our heroes and for this very reason the ministry has proposed establishment of the high sports council to the presidential office in which all the related organs will participate.
Temur Shah Ishaqzai deputy minister for youth affairs also talked on this occasion. 
Among other, Fereshta Farah deputy head of the Olympic Committee, Mrs. Nahid Farid, Mrs. Shah Gul Rezayee and Fereshta Ameni members of the House of People and Mawlawi Dansihju member of the Senate also talked in the ceremony and thanked the ministry of information for appreciating the athletes. 
Naikpah and Tehmina Kohistani while thanking the ministry of information and culture said that their success belong to the people of Afghanistan.
At the end the appreciation documents were presented to the athletes by Dr. Raheen, Temur Shah Ishaqzai and Farahi deputy ministers of information and culture.
 

Saturday, August 25, 2012
Kabul (BNA) One of the cultural lover of our country presented three pieces of orders from the kingdom era of Amir Abdul Rahman Khan and Amir Abibullah Khan to the Information and Culture Ministry.
The Information and Culture Minister expressing thanks, accepted the relics and order to hand over to the National Archive.
T. Rateb
 

Kabul (BNA) the photo exhibition of Afghan photographer was held in Swiss city.  This exhibition was launched by photo journalism center under the title of “Afghanistan photo international exhibition”.  Najibullah Mosafer head of Afghanistan photo journalism center said to BNA.  In these exhibition 100 photos from Afghan photographer which were organized by Afghanistan photo journalism center was exhibited.  This exhibition will be exhibited in four cities of Swiss country. According to head of Afghanistan photo journalism center, he try with launching of such exhibitions to better situation between Afghan photographers with Worth.  The Afghanistan photo journalism center was launched inside of Afghanistan several photo exhibitions.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

TOKYO: A 106-year-old Japanese man has become the oldest person to have travelled around the world using public transport, a report said Friday.

Saburo Shochi has been recognised by Guinness World Records for his feat, which saw him travel through North America, Europe and Africa, the Mainichi daily said.

With dozens of his supporters hailing his return at Fukuoka airport in southwest Japan, the centenarian said with a big smile: "I will live more."

Shochi, a professor emeritus at Fukuoka University of Education, started travelling frequently at the age of 99, giving lectures on child education and health in foreign countries, the Mainichi said.

Shochi, who celebrated his 106th birthday on Thursday, said: "In my whole life, I have never said 'I'm tired'."