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Monday, October 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) An official with the ministry for urban development said yesterday that in a meeting with the, for urban development Hassan Abdullahi on the chair discussed the modalities of the construction of Bamyan city.
In the meeting attended by Bamyan governor Habiba Sorabi and ministers for transport and public work, it was decided that the ministry for information and culture should identify all the archeological sites.
Speaking at the meeting, Nabi Farahi of the ministry for information and culture said since Bamyan has been registered as the cultural heritage of the world it requires more study and the roads will be built in areas where there is no artifacts.
Minister for transport, Daud Ali Najafi said that the work on Bamyan airport has already began and flights will start within two weeks.
It was decided the ministry for public work should asphalt Yakalang road and connect it to Kabul- Bamyan highway.
The ministry for urban development was asked to finalize the Master Plan of Bamyan City in line with the 45th President Decree.
 

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Kabul (BNA) The four-day workshop on capacity of the employees of the ministry of information and culture was concluded yesterday.
In the workshop attended by 60 employees of the ministry of information and culture and Bakhter News Agency, the issue of public administration in development of the country, introduction of the national development strategy of Afghanistan, planning and reporting was debated, Mohammad Isa Khaterzai the head of capacity building and development of the human resources department said.

Sunday September 30 2012

Kabul (BNA) Tens of youth members of civil society of Afghanistan met yesterday with Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president and asked for government support to the youth.
At the meeting in which Temur Shah Ishaqzai deputy minister for youth of information and couture ministry was also present, the youth members called the presence of the youth in different social, cultural, political and economic spheres as positive and asked for government support towards this big segment of the society.
According to them, the civil society of Afghanistan is a civil foundation that has started its official activities recently and it held its second congress for adoption of its charter and its organizational structure in the past week.
The aim for formation of this foundation has been assistance to the democratic values, strengthening of freedom of speech and ensuring the women rights.
Khalili touching on the role of youth and their position in the transformation of the country said that today around 60% of the population of the country are youth and in case this great force actively enter into the different social spheres, a great change would come about in the country.
He also touched on the problems and challenges of the country and reiterated that these challenges will be eliminated when the youth are made workable in this direction.
He called the youth the main factor for transformation in the society and called their role in ensuring national unity and cohesion among the people of the country.
He asked the youth to show resistance against the challenges and never allow desperation and hopelessness in their future destiny.
He assured them the government will launch programs for the growth of the youth and stressed that the existing departments should made use of the youth in their structures for responding to the present needs of the country.

Saturday September 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The second meeting of Civil Society with the presence of minister for information and culture Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen held here the other day.
In meeting attended by youths from across the country, officials, civil society activities and parliamentarians, Dr. Raheen in his speech lauded the role of youths in institutionalizing democracy in the country and calling on the youths to study hard and the take on Afghanistan towards progress and prosperity.
Dr. Raheen also promised to look into the problems of the youths through the Youth Affairs department of the ministry for information and culture.
An official with the Civil Society, Jawad Ataee, and lawmakers Hila Arshad, Ramazan Jumazada and Farkhunda Zahra Nadiri in their speeches counted poverty, unemployment, illiteracy and drug addiction and challenges lying ahead of the youths, calling on government to take necessary steps to overcome the problems.
At the end of the meeting, the manifesto of Civil Society was unanimously approved and later the members and central council of the body was elected.