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Monday, January 27, 2020
Kabul (BNA) The Ministry of Information and Culture has Condoled death of the country’s religious scholar, Mir Ahmad Afzal, who passed away the other day in Herat city.
“Leadership of the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) was informed about the death of the country’s religious scholar, Mir Ahmad Afzal Guzargah, who served his people and country, the statement from the ministry said.
The ministry’s leadership extended their grave condolence with the bereaved families and wished paradise to his soul and great patience to his bereaved families, according to the statement.

Thursday, January 23, 2020
Kabul (BNA) Chaired by Acting Minister of Information and Culture Hasina Safi, the consultative meeting for promotion of citizen culture was held yesterday.
In the meeting attended by representatives of a number of civil society organizations, Acting Minister of Information and Culture said it was a consultative meeting in which views of its participants were significant enough for the implementation of the mechanism.
Representatives of civil society organizations delivered the meeting their views and suggestions for codification of a plan in this regard.
In the meeting, it was decided that further discussion should be made in connection with the delivered visions and suggestions and an 8-member committee was created to exercise the goal.
Yarzada

 

Thursday, January 23, 2020
Kabul (BNA) Twenty-six armed oppositions were killed in several clearing operations conducted by security and defense forces in various parts of the country.
National defense ministry press office told BNA, the security and defense forces in the last 24 hours conducting 12 offensive operations in Kandahar, Balkh, Helmand, Badakhshan and Laghman provinces, killed 26 armed oppositions, wounded 6 others.
Numerous of heavy and light weapons of the insurgents have been destroyed.
T. Yarzada

Thursday, January 23, 2020
Kabul (BNA) Body of the country's well-known artist and head of Afghanistan Cinematographer Union, Jawanshir Haidari was laid to rest at the Shuhada-e-Saleheen, the biggest graveyard in Kabul, late on Wednesday.
Wide number of culturists and cinematographers have attended his funeral ceremony held at the Shirshah Sory Mosque, few kilometers southwestern of the capital, and then his body was taken to the Shuhada-e-Saleheen graveyard and buried.
Before his burial, former Minister of Information and Culture, Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen, spoke about the art, talent, moralities and behaviors of late Haidari and said:
"I was calling him Jawanmard not Jawanshir, because of his real manhood and courage towards his art." He said late Haidari could serve well his country and his people despite severe condition in the country. While being laid to rest, Eng. Latif, famous cinematographer of the country and close friend of Jawanshir Hadiari said: "Jawanshir Haidari dedicated his live to serving his people and left behind many valuable cinema related works."
His son, Aimal also spoke about his father services to the country and said he was usually writing movie scripts and has forever thought for his people.
Late Jawanshir Haidari worked for more than four decades in the field cinema and passed away at 68 of his age.
Karima Malikzada
Yarzada


 

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