Monday, November 4, 2013
Pul-e-Khomri (BNA) Ten public utility projects were put into exploitation in Baghlan province yesterday.
Abdul Hasib Sayedkhaili in charge of National Solidarity Programs of Rural Rehabilitation and Development departments of Baghlan said BNA, the projects consists of a small power plant, construction of retaining wall, and establishment of irrigational networks.
The projects were put into exploitation in Jelga district by Rural Rehabilitation and Development department with 10 per cent share of the people.
According to Sayedkhaili, with completion of the projects, necessary facilities have been provided for 1900 families.
Monday, November 4, 2013
Faizabad (BNA) Three civilians were killed and two others including governor of Arghanchkhwah district wounded in a traffic incident in Arghanchkhwah district of Badakhshan province the day before yesterday.
Colonel Mohammad Ibrahim Mehdi traffic head of Badakhshan said BNA, the incident occurred as a result of a vehicle deviated the road and fell down in a gorge due to the carelessness of the driver.
The incident took the lives of three civilians and the governor of the district.
According to the source, the injured were immediately shifted to Faizabad hospital and their health condition is critical.
Saturday November 2, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai in a telephonic conversation with the heirs of the victims of a mine explosion in Andeer district of Ghazni province, expressed his deep sympathies.
While offering his prayers to the souls of the martyrs of the incident the president said that I hope that our people are relieved of the miseries of war and live in peace and stability.
He stressed that the government will provide necessary aids for the victims’ families.
It should be mentioned that on the 27 October of current year around 18 innocent countrymen who were returning home from a wedding party their vehicle was targeted by a roadside mine as a result which all the passenger of the vehicle including 11 women and 4 children 5 others were martyred.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Kunduz (BNA) the construction work on Ammo River Bank was completed in Amam Sahib District of Kunduz province the other day.
Mohammad Naem Nawabi head of Amu River management department said BNA, with completion of the project, the Batakashan, Shabati, Barzangi villages of Amam Sahib District and about 30 jiribs of agricultural land were saved from damages of flood.
Nawabi added, the project has been completed from the budget of emergency committee at the cost of 54 million Afghanis.