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Kabul (BNA) Deputy Information and Culture Minister for publication, Deen Mohmmad Mubarez Rashedi in a news conference warned on Wednesday that he would never to tolerate wrong behavior against journalists calling his office the only authorized source to assess any complaints on reporters. The remarks come after Afghanistan’s Free Media Watch had announced in its weekly report anti-journalists violence had been increased by 30 percent this year. According to foundation, insecurities, interventions in media works, and lack access to the information are from the challenges faced by the media. “We respect the report released by Afghanistan Free Media Watch, but we can’t confirm it”, said Rashedi adding the entire ill-treat had been faced by the journalist had not exceed over four cases this year, and the issue was seriously observed with good aftermaths. According to him, free of media had been the best achievement of the Afghan government over the last ten years for the people of Afghanistan and he would never tolerate to see these achievements harmed. “I am ready to use any means possible to help freely activate the journalists in the future”. He said besides the mess media regulation, in order to provide a proper ground for the reporters, a draft for accessing the information and work regulation of the private media that had been printed two months ago by the ministry of information and culture had been availed helping the journalist work surly, but he warned that he would never tolerate improper action against the journalists from any authority.
 

Sunday, January 01, 2012
Takhar (BNA) Nearly 500 religious scholars had gathered in a meeting organized by the ministry of hajj and religious affairs in northern Takhar province to discuss their role in removal of the ongoing challenges in the country. 
The attendees were from the provinces of Samangan, Takhar, Kunduz, Baghlan, Badakhshan and Kabul who attended the great meeting discussing the people distance from the religious rules, insecurities, narcotics, social challenges and corruption. 
The meeting asked the participants to remove the challenges via understanding and close cooperation. 
The scholars also vowed to invite the people to the national unity and encouragement of men and women through the religious tribunes as according to them, the recent plots and conspiracies of the enemies had been further increased and besiege the people against them. 
Lauding the role of the religious scholars as vital in different areas of social, political security and religious, Takhar Governor, Abdul Jabbar Taqwa also asked the religious scholars to cooperate with the government in ensuring security through their speeches.

Sunday, January 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A commission was formed in a session chaired by Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, Minister of Information and Culture, for convening a seminar on “Nangarhar in the course of history”. 
The seminar is held following a series of seminars by the ministry of information and culture for praising and honoring from the records of academic, cultural and historic figures of the country. 
In the session Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen said, “Little attention has been paid to historic provinces of Laghman, Nangarhar and Kunar according to historic studies, while they have enough honors, adding during the Islamic period, Laghman’s people were famous for their talent and wisdom. 
Only the names of those religious scholars who were from Laghman are recorded in the history of Baghdad.” 
Raheen also briefed related to history of Sadat in Kunar and famous figures of Nangarhar such as Mia Faqirullah and Mullah Najmuddin and added that they were the most honorable figures of the country. 
In the session which was held with participation of a number of knowledgeable figures and relevant officials after presenting suggestions and views, Shah Wali Qarar was appointed as head and Abdul Hadi Qurishi as secretary of the commission. 
Seminar titled “Nangarhar in the course of history” is to be held at the beginning of spring.

Sunday, January 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A commission was formed in a session chaired by Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, Minister of Information and Culture, for convening a seminar on “Nangarhar in the course of history”. 
The seminar is held following a series of seminars by the ministry of information and culture for praising and honoring from the records of academic, cultural and historic figures of the country. 
In the session Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen said, “Little attention has been paid to historic provinces of Laghman, Nangarhar and Kunar according to historic studies, while they have enough honors, adding during the Islamic period, Laghman’s people were famous for their talent and wisdom. 
Only the names of those religious scholars who were from Laghman are recorded in the history of Baghdad.” 
Raheen also briefed related to history of Sadat in Kunar and famous figures of Nangarhar such as Mia Faqirullah and Mullah Najmuddin and added that they were the most honorable figures of the country. 
In the session which was held with participation of a number of knowledgeable figures and relevant officials after presenting suggestions and views, Shah Wali Qarar was appointed as head and Abdul Hadi Qurishi as secretary of the commission. 
Seminar titled “Nangarhar in the course of history” is to be held at the beginning of spring.