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Sunday, 25 December 2011 11:15

Four Water Dams To Be Constructed

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Officials in Kandahar province say four water dams are to be constructed in outskirts of the province.
According to Eng. Shir Mohammad Attayee, provincial head of water, the dams are going to be constructed with cooperation of Afghan ministry of water and energy and finance assistance of USA in outskirts of Kandahar city, Shahwali Kot, Speen Boldak, Marouf and Arghistan districts.
The source added one of the dams is to be construction along Dehlib dam in Shahwail Kot district, while the other three middle dams are constructed for irrigation of agricultural.

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) For the first time 20 midwives after a two-years training have been introduced in to the Nimroz health centers.
Noor Ahmad Shirzad, head of the provincial health department of Nimroz has said that the midwives took two years of training, adding that the health sector is still facing problems.

Sunday, 25 December 2011 11:09

Poppy Cultivators To Be Punished

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Kandahar military council has decided to severely punish those who cultivate poppy in the deserts of the province.
According to Zulmay Rasoul, an official for Kandahar province, the decision has been in a session held by Kandahar military council.
He added the session which was held under the chairmanship of provincial governor Toryail Wesa was attended by provincial police chief, provincial director of national security and his deputies, commanders for 404th Maiwand zone, 205th Attal Corps, border and director of Kandahar prison.
The members of the council have also decided that narcotics and drugs which are seized in Kandahar city and other districts during operation shouldn’t be torched there, but in the presence of a high-ranking panel.
It was also decided in the session that members of property commission should be invited related to government lands in Kandahar city and others districts of the province.

Sunday, 25 December 2011 11:05

Iran Not Expelling Afghan Refugees: Ministry

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The Ministry of Refugee and Repatriation Affairs on Saturday rejected reports that Iran had given a three-month ultimatum to 900,000 registered Afghan refugees to leave neighboring country.
An Iran news agency, quoting unnamed officials, reported last week that head of Afghan families in Iran Had been asked to leave the country in three months.
However, Ministry of Refugee and Repatriation Affairs said the Iranian government had asked Afghan refugees to visit their home country and study conditions for repartition.”
Every Afghan family in Iran can come to Afghanistan in three months to see whether they can return to their homeland without any coercion “Islamuddin Juraat told reporters in Kabul.
Insisting that Iran did not want to expel Afghan refugees, the spokesman said 1.4 million illegal and 900,000 legal Afghans were currently living in Iran to discuss the voluntary repatriation of refugees, Japan will host a meeting involving Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan early next year.

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The Minister of information and Culture intends to organize in the coming spring a scientific, research seminar on” Kapisa in the course of history “The minister has asked writers, researchers to send their research papers to the address of the preparatory commission at the ministry.

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) In a festivity which was held the other day on the same occasion in Kabul city, the graduates and a number of other students and teachers of this school, some in charges of the ministry of education, family members of the students and the representative of Turkeys embassy in Kabul attended in it. 
In this ceremony, the principal of the school, deputy education minister and the head of education department of Kabul city, head of policy affairs of presidential office Sebghatullah Sanjar, Amrullah Saleh, Ms. Fatema Gailani, Ms. Shukria Barakzai, representative of Turkey embassy in Kabul and Husna Rahbeen, the General first grade holder of second round of graduates of 2011 of this high school Husna Rahbeen delivered their speeches. 
At the end, the graduates of current year received their certificates and submitted the national flag with special commitment to coming round.  It is mentionable that the high school of Afghan-Turk students including boys and girls had the most success in number of students during recent years in entrance examinations of universities. 
The reasons behind these successes are good choice of students by these high schools, providing good opportunity for education of students and important from all is focusing of student’s attention toward education. 
Husna Rahbeen is one of those graduates that not only she got the first grade during 12 years, but she registered her name as general first grade holders in the commemoration column of graduates of Afghan-Turk High School. 
In such a manner, the position of holder of general second grade is owned by Sofia and holder of general third grade of graduates of this high school is owned by Merwah. 
Husna Rahbeen said that to reach every ordeal, decision and determination is very important. 
Since I admitted to school was trying to have a high position, I should thank from cooperation of my dear family, teachers and cooperation of Afghan-Turk high school and important from all, from my Almighty Allah who bestowed me the capability to reach to this goal. 
In connection with the method of education in this high school, she said that good method, good lesson, meritorious teaching method, having good teachers and existing of good teaching atmosphere are from among the specifications of teaching system of Afghan-Turk High School. 
It also should be said that selection of students through passing of three-phase careful examination that the excellent student can find their way to enter to this school also plays key role in this connection.

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Afghan chambers for commerce and industry have expressed its concern over possible approval of open atmosphere policy for foreign airline companies in the country’s aviation policy. 
It is said Afghan government has decided to expand foreign airline flights to Afghanistan. 
Although Afghan government’s stance has not yet cleared in this regard, but directors for Afghan domestic airline companies in a news conference held on Saturday said if the decision was to be implemented, the Afghan domestic companies would face heavy losses.  While briefing the reporters, Mohammad Qurban Haqjo, general director for Afghan chambers of commerce and industry said, “Afghan government is committed to supporting Afghan domestic private sector, adding if foreign companies get permission in Afghan air; three Afghan domestic companies will probably face with huge losses in the country. 
It is worth mentioning that foreign companies are highly supported by their governments, while Afghan domestic companies are not only supported by their government but also they are facing with various problems as taxes and realities in the country.

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Following is the order of President Karzai on appointment of Shir Zaman Melgari as presidential advisor in tribal affairs. 
In order to better organize the affairs, utilize the experiences and social influence of knowledgeable personalities, in the light of provision of article 64 of the Constitution, I approve the appointment of Alhaj Mohammad Shir Zaman Melgari as presidential advisor in tribal affairs within the organizational set up of administrative affairs and secretariat of the Council of Ministers. I wish him success.

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The Los Angeles Times writes that the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has suspended its rockets attacks by the drone aircrafts on the insurgent’s sites inside Pakistan. 
It says that the aim for its suspension is not known and it is May for restoring of mutual trust between the two nations. 
Relations between the two nations became tense after killing of 24 Pakistani soldiers on the Pakistan-Afghan border by the NATO and US aircrafts. 
The suspension, the daily ads takes place at a time that discussions and conflicts within the US government on the hidden war of CIA by a utilization of drone aircrafts in Pakistan have intensified. 
According to Los Angeles Times, the CIA from the first days of using the drone aircrafts in 2004 was able to kill a considerable number of Al-Qaeda and hundreds of insurgents in Pakistan, while this program had caused the dismay of the Pakistani people. 
The report of the daily stresses that some sources of the State Department and the National Security of the US say that these attacks were not constructive and has brought adverse outcomes. 
They add that the lower rank insurgents can easily be brought to agreement and that the allegations of the Pakistani government on civilian casualties, rejected by the US, have lead to instability within the government of Asif Ali Zadrari.

Sunday, December 25, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Following is the order of President Karzai on appointment of Alhaj Mohammad Musa Hotak as presidential advisor in tribal affairs. 
In order to better organize the affairs, utilize the experiences and social influence of knowledgeable personalities, in the light of provision of article 64 of the Constitution, I approve the appointment of Alhaj Mohammad Musa Hotake as presidential advisor in tribal affairs within the organizational set up of administrative affairs and secretariat of the Council of Ministers. I wish him success.