17 August 2017

RSS Facebook



Saturday August 12, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Kabul hosted a catwalk ceremony on Thursday where more than two dozen models, including six girls, displayed the costumes worn by the various ethnic groups in Afghanistan.
More than 200 spectators attended the fashion show and praised the models for representing the diversity of costumes in the multi-ethnic country. This was the third fashion show that Kabul has witnessed over the past one decade. Holding a fashion show in a conservative society and amidst Taliban-led militancy is a bold step. Fashion is probably the last thing someone would associate Afghanistan with. But to many people’s surprise, Afghanistan’s capital city Kabul was considered one of the fashionable cities in the 1920s-1970s–an era when Afghanistan experienced a rich culture and civilization and a long history of cultural exchange with the West.
The fashion story of Kabul city, entitled “Afghan Adventure”, was featured on Vogue magazine’s December issue in 1969. The decades of war not only took away the western influence of fashion from Afghanistan but also destroyed many traditional fashion and style. Afghan female models participation in fashion shows is a means to empower women by breaking down barriers in the highly conservative Muslim society.

Saturday August 12, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Acting Minister of Information and Culture, Associate Prof. Sayeda Mojgan Mostafavi appreciated a number of female engineers and architectures working in Dar-ul-Aman reconstruction project and dedicated appreciation letters to them, Bakhtar News Agency (BNA) reported. According to the agency, representing others, Dr. Sayed Reza Hussaini, manager of the project thanked the ministry of information and culture for the attention and said 25 percent of Dar-ul- Aman project’s engineers and architectures were women.
He added the project has been started last year and would be completed two years later on Asad 28th, BNA added. According to another report, a scientific session of ‘Media and Immigration’ initiated by the ministry of refugees and repatriations in cooperation with peace, media and good governance institute held in Kabul. At the outset, the minister of refugees said media played effective role in illegal immigrations’ impacts. The session was attended by Acting Minister of Information and Culture, Associate Prof. Sayeda Mojgan Mostafavi during which she said, “Media are the society’s guide and they play double role before decreasing illegal immigration’s rate and its risks.” She asked media to pay serious heed and broadcast the illegal immigrations’ realities.

Wednesday August 9, 2017

Kabul (BNA) The second volume of book titled ‘’Realities of life’ written by Nasir Ahmad Mazloomyar has been published in Kabul.
The book encompassing social and cultural issues of youth has been published in 120 pages. Various issues such as responsibility of youth in life, self-ejaculation and addressing this problem, ways for counter youth problems, realities and specifications of youth’s life are discussed in the book. Nasir Ahmad Mazloomyar, aged 18, is the country’s young and talented writer and studying at 10th class of commerce institute in Kabul.

Tuesday August 8, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Chaired by deputy minister of publication affairs for information and culture Sayed Fazil Sancharaki, the session of cultural committee of convening commission for Independence Day was held yesterday.
In the session, various issues as decoration of roads in Kabul city with national flags and bulbs, installation of boards in capital, provinces and highways were discussed. Based on decision made in the session, national TV, government dailies and all media outlets would publish and broadcast inclusive programs and articles on the occasion of the day and actively participate in covering the day. The committee asked ministry of hajj and Islamic affairs to have all mosques’ imams to attract attention of the people to issue on the threshold of Independence Day across the country.

Page 2 of 275