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Tuesday August 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA): Ghazni provincial chairman of high peace council and the district governor of Dehyak, Ghazn, passed away in a hospital in Indian the other day.  Fazal Ahmad Tolwak, provincial chief of peace council who sustained injuries in an roadside mine blast in Dehyak district of that province two weeks ago went  to India for treatment ,died there in a hospital.
According to reports, Shirkhan Yousifzai, a member of Ghazni provincial peace council and two of his colleagues were killed in the explosion, while Fazal Ahmad Tolwak due to severe injuries died in a hospital.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Charikar (BNA) Flash floods in Syagard district of Parwan province killed a civilian and inflected financial damage the night before last.
Mohammad Sayeed Sediqi, district governor of Syagard said, heavy floods in 16 villages of Parwan province killed a civilian and damaged 66 houses and 250 Jiribs of agricultural land and also killed 70 cattle.
According to Sediqi, 20kms long road damaged in the various areas which closed the road to the headquarters of the district.
He asked the authorities to deliver emergency aids to flood affected people.
Abdul Basir Salangi, governor of Parwan province instructed the in charges of anti-disaster department of Parwan to send a delegation to the affected areas to assist the situation there. T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Monday, August 12, 2013
Kabul (BNA) 22 people have died due to recent floods in Shakardara and Paghman districts of Kabul.
According to Dayem Kaker, head of national committee for counter disaster, due to flowing floods Saturday afternoon, 20 people died in Ghaza area of Shakardara district and two others died in Paghman district.
Recent floods in Kabul have left huge human casualties and hundreds acres of agricultural fields destroyed.
It is worth mentioning that previously Serobi district was also hit by floods leaving dozens people death and injured.
 

Sunday August 11, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai asked the people of Afghanistan to save underground waters in his 15-day radio address to the people of Afghanistan.
He enumerated the problems of reduction of underground water in the cities and rural regions and stressed that digging of deep wells in unprofessional manners and usage of water pumps negatively affect underground water resources.
He added that with expansion of cities and its population mush use is made of underground waters in mostly cities and in rural regions the people by digging of wells in non-professional and non-technical manners endanger underground water resources and ultimately lead to drying up of wells and underground water channels.
He asked the people to consult professional and technical personnel while trying to dig deep wells for getting irrigation water and try to save usage of water; otherwise it will create grave problems for the people and shall lead to drying up of plants and trees, while underground water is also needed for keeping the soil humid.
He called water as vitally needed resource and stressed that no human being can live without water, so it is necessary that we should be precise in using water resources not to damage environment and the future generations and our people should have adequate water for drinking and for irrigation purposes.