24 May 2019

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Herat (BNA) Four Taliban terrorist including their key commander was killed by commando forces operation in Shindand District, Herat province last night.
The operation was launched by joint security forces, in which Mawlavi Ghulam Sarwar commander of Taliban terrorist group was killed.
The commander surrendered to Taliban several years ago with numerous of weapons and so far carrying terrorist activities in the rank of that group.
In the operation a Taliban insurgent with quantity of weapons and ammunition has been arrested as well.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday May 21, 2019

AIBAK CITY (BNA) With a sum of more than 7 million Afghans, a drinking water network to be built in northern Samangan province.
According to information of citizen’s charter national program’s public relation office to BNA, the water network at the length of 5570 meters will be constructed by citizen charter national program, ministry of rural rehabilitation and development in Khuram Sarbagh district of the province.
The water network will have 4 water storages and 159 families will be benefited from the project.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Ghazni (BNA) Twenty-four Taliban terrorist group were killed in Ghazni province yesterday.
Mohammad Aref Noori spokesman for Ghazni governor told BNA, the terrorists were killed in air raid and clashes by Afghan security forces in outskirt of Ander, Qarabagh, Dehyak Districts and center of Ghazni province.
Four other insurgents were injured, several heavy and light weapons were seized in the operation, he added.
Another report says, a group of Thunder army corps de-miners discovered and defused six mines from vicinity of Qarabagh and Waghiz districts of Ghazni province.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, 21 May 2019 08:13


Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Kabul (BNA) The recent terrorist incidents in Kabul and losing a number of police their lives have made reviewing the security programs in the capital an urgent need.
In recent days Kabul was the scene of horrible and disastrous terrorist and criminal incidents.
In Thursday night an attack on a police base in Pul – i- Charkhy area and an attack on police base in Doughabad area Kabul city have caused the concern of people, the attacks seven police were martyred and a number of them injured.
The two incidents indicate that threats are not outside the doors of the capital but threat the people inside the city.
The shaking incidents in Pul- I – Charkhy and Doughabad and other criminal and security events in Kabul are coincident with increasing attacks of Taliban and other armed opposition groups.
These bloody incidents indicate that the capital of the country have caused serious security concerns.
In addition to the painful terrorist incidents in Kabul, big and small criminal acts daily take placed that harassed the citizens of Kabul.
The daily occurrence of such terrorist and criminal incidents indicate that the security and political system is under serious threat, unfortunately the authorities have not assessed the strong and weak points properly and not determined the ways to overcome the problems that have caused the concerns of people.
When the enemy, has the capability create incident in the capital and organize its attacks the depth of disaster would be shaking.
The existence of huge number of unemployed and addicts and other vulgar people in the city have caused terrorist and criminal deeds to be carried out easily. Without doubt the enemy has link with them and until rescuing the capital from the evil of criminals, addicts and people ignore the law it would be difficult to talk about security and city order.
These incidents exactly take place in a time there are certain political programs such as presidential elections and peace negotiations are underway and the people are ready to take effective steps toward new developments in the country.
The reality is this that security and protecting the political system is the main aim of the state and people. Therefore it would be the responsibility of government and security forces to help people in achieving this great aim.
To meet that great aim, it is the time that the security programs for maintaining peace and security in Kabul should be reviewed and give the people new hopes otherwise the people will lost trust even to their security forces.  

Tuesday May 21, 2019

SHABERGHAN CITY (BNA) Local officials in northern Jawzjan province say that an electricity project will be implemented by financial assistance of U.S.A in the province.
Latfullah Azizi governor of Jawzjan told BNA correspondent, the project will be implemented with a cost of $10 million and will be covered electricity energy of several Northern provinces.
The construction work of the project has started last year and as soon will be inaugurated, Azizi added.
It has been said, by implementation of the project two sub-stations will be extended from Shaberghan’s Gas and also the shortage of electricity will be solved in Jawzjan, Sar-e-Pul and Faryab provinces.

Tuesday May 21, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affair’s head of political division here in his office yesterday.
According to BNA, during the meeting, which was also attended by Swedish ambassador to Kabul, CE Abdullah praised Sweden’s support to Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Swedish MoFA’s official called the two country’s bilateral relations as friendly, assuring here country’s continued support to Afghanistan. Both sides also discussed upcoming presidential elections, peace process and ongoing political situation.

Tuesday May 21, 2019

Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani chaired a session on management of Kabul River her at the Presidential Palace yesterday, BNA reported.
During the meeting, the ministries of water and energy, transport, urban development and land, Kabul municipality and Kabul provincial office presented their reports on management project of Kabul River to the President. According to officials, hydrology and topography affairs of the river and surveying as well as designing of 16 bridges have been completed, adding assistance extended to those families affected by recent floods. Thanking officials’ reports, the President said further cooperation needed for management of Kabul River and asked the relevant organs to prepare their weekly reports of activities. Hinting to importance of Kabul River management, President Ghani asked the relevant organs to brief the people on rivers’ management via press conference after finalization of the projects’ planning. The President also asked the officials to consider construction of dams on the river, adding budget should be allocated to each organ and the second phase of the project should be soon started. The President instructed Kabul governor to take charge of the overall affairs of the project for better management and coordination.

Tuesday May 21, 2019

BAZARAK CITY (BNA) Lincoln learning center has been established in Bazarak city the provincial capital of Panjshir province by U.S. embassy in Kabul.
According to BNA report, the center will be learnt English language and computer programs to heads of offices, youths and local people.
Mohammad Hanif Tahiry in-charge of Lincoln learning center said, the new-established center have equipped with computers, chairs, tables and projector.
The center daily is open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm freely, Tahiry added.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Kabul (BNA) The United Nation’s Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) on Monday stressed the need for timely presidential election, calling the Independent Election Commission (IEC) the only a decision-making body.
In a series of tweets, UNAMA head Tadmachi Yamamoto said: “Critically important that credible Afghanistan presidential election take place on time this year.  Everyone should play their role to ensure Afghans can exercise their constitutional right to vote without delays.”
With September presidential vote only four months away, he said there was need for realism and urgent focus among all actors in Afghan election process.
“The IEC is an independent decision-making body running Afghan elections.
The IEC decides on how many elections to hold.
The UN provides technical guidance to it and respects its decisions.”

Tuesday, 21 May 2019 06:08

Copyright Board Holds Meeting

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Chaired by deputy minister of publication affairs for information and culture Fazil Sancharaki, the fifth meeting of copyright board was held yesterday.
In the meeting, deputy minister of publication affairs by praising members of the board for their attention to the issue of author and writer’s rights said there were two complaints for discussion one from Azem Publisher and Baseerat Publishers and the other was from Amiri and Naveesa Publishers, adding they would also discuss related to finalization of copy right support board.
Sancharaki further said that the copyright support board was fully responsible in connection with supporting the rights of authors and composers and should try to support efforts and hard works of the writers and prevent from misusing of literal plagiarism.
In the meeting, in presence of either side of complaint, issues were reviewed and discussed and necessary decisions were made.

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