Monday, January 23, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Leading body of the Ministry of Information and Culture condoled death of Pir Sayed Ahmad Gilani, head of High Peace Council (HPC) to his family and all people of Afghanistan, Bakhtar News Agency (BNA) reported.
According to the agency, since jihad and resistance era, Late Gilani has always been alongside the people of Afghanistan and also enjoyed a special position in other provinces of the country.
Late Gilani made much effort on peace negotiations which are praiseworthy to the people and government of Afghanistan, the agency stated.
To honor such a great personality, a special ceremony will be held in Kabul and the deceased birthplace, the BNA added.
The Ministry of Information and Culture kindly asks the country’s media outlets to do their national obligation in covering special programs of funeral and praying ceremonies of Late Gilani, the BNA added.
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Governor of Zabul has asked ministry of information and culture for its cooperation towards renovation of the province’s historic monuments and sites.
Acting minister of information and culture Dr. Kamal Sadat met yesterday with governor of Zabul Bismillah Afghanmal in his office.
In the meeting, governor of Zabul spoke related to condition of historic sites and monuments of the province and asked acting minister of information and culture to cooperate in connection with the historic sites and monuments of the province and nomination of its roads.
Afghanmal also asked acting minister of information and culture for cooperation in connection with establishment of libraries in Shahjoy, Shinki and Shahr-e-Safa districts to help the people of the province in this regard. Afterwards, Dr. Sadat called Zabul as a historic province which had prideful and historic identification and the ministry of information and culture was ready to cooperate with local officials and the people of Zabul in this regard.
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Kamal Sadat, Acting Minister of Information and Culture in a meeting with a number of painters heard their problems and demands.
In the meeting, which was held yesterday one of the painters enumerated a range of problems of painting art in the country and asked ministry of information and culture for attention to this art.
Considering the painting art as one of the key art sections, acting minister of information and culture asserted that the country’s artists in particular painters were brilliant and have fulfilled considerable artistic works despite problems and lack of possibilities.
Meanwhile, Dr. Sadat expressed the support of MoIC to the country’s artists and promised to pay attention to painters.
According to another report, head of Haqiqatkhwa women association Nooria Akbari called on Dr. Kamal Sadat and briefed related to works of the association.
Akbari asserted that the association in cooperation with deputy ministry of youth affairs has provided learning facilities as tailoring to miserable women.
Acting minister of information and culture by praising the association for its works stressed on further cooperation with miserable women of the country.
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Kamal Sadat, Deputy Minister of Youth Affairs and Acting Minister of Information and Culture has said that no unregistered media organizations would be allowed to operate in the country, Bakhtar News Agency (BNA) reported.
According to the agency, speaking in a joint news conference with members of high council of media, Dr. Sadat added unregistered media organizations had one month for registration in ministry of information and culture, or they would be dealt in accordance to law.
According to Afghanistan constitution, media organizations can operate in the country in accordance to laws and should be registered in MoIC based on media laws, Dr. Sadat asserted.
Acting minister of information and culture further said that there were 146 unregistered media organizations operating in the country including 15 private radio stations in the capital, 77 radio stations in provinces, 21 television networks in the capital, while 33 others were in provinces.
Dr. Sadat seriously asked incumbents of the respective media networks to register their networks as soon as possible and operate in accordance to the law.
In the conference, it was also asserted that martyrs of the country’s security and defense organs should be respected and make use of the word of Shaheed, recently approved by parliament for those killed in defending the country.