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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Kabul (BNA) the girls are getting ready for skiing competition in Bamyan.
It is due to 15 female Bamyani athletes take part in the competition.
The athletes have been trained for skiing competition to be held in that province on 12 Hoot this year (Afghan calendar).
Amena Hassan Poor the advisor of Agha Khan office on gender section in Bamyan said BNA, the competition due to be held on eight of March the international solidarity women’s day with support of Agha khan office and with the coordination of Women’s Affairs Department of Bamyan will be held in Shahrak Now center of Bamyan.
Last year also the skiing girls held competition in that province but it should be said that the athletes have gotten better preparation for holding upcoming skiing competitions.
Amena Hassan Poor asked from the rest of women and girls across the country if they are interested they could participate in the competitions.
 

Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Officials with the ministry of communication and information technology have said that supplying unregistered SIM cards is a crime and no one has right to sell it on the roadsides.
A government employee, Zabihullah said that using unregistered SIM cards is disturbing the security for citizens and must be checked.
Meantime, Engineer Faiz Mohammad Faizi an officials with the ministry of communication and information technology warned that sell or supply the unregistered SIM cards will be arrested.
He also noted that MTN and Etisalat violating the rule have been supplying operational SIM cards to the roadside vendors, saying the malpractice will be strictly checked in Kabul and the provinces.
 

Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The essential Salang Pass has remained closed due to heavy snowfall and avalanches yesterday, head of Salang Maintenance department, General Rajab said.
So far 10 avalanches, he said had taken place, while cleaning operations are underway.
He also called on the drivers and passengers not to travel unless the pass is opened.
 

Monday, February 25, 2013
Khost (BNA) Local authorities of Khost province are working on a project which can provide power for 100 families within two months. 
The project will be implemented at the cost of nearly 26 million Afghanis by water and energy ministry. 
Engineer Mayel Shah Head of water and energy Dept. of Khost said BNA; the project consists of installation of diesel generator and extending electric lines to 100 families residing in the outskirts of Khost city. 
It is being said by implementing of the project, some state run offices and public places like mosques and schools will take benefit from electricity.