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Sunday January 6, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The United Nations had declared the year of 2010 as the year of the youth to recognize placement of this dynamic potential in the human society as it’s a fact that today’s youth constitutes tomorrow’s leaders and they would ménage global affairs and human community should focus on providing appropriate ground to these people to nourish their hidden abilities so that prosperous and peaceful world in guaranteed in the future.
So for achieving this goal, global community is obliged to utilize all possible triumphs to facilities the youths to further flourish their physical capabilities and mental growth to achieve beneficial outcomes.
Survey shows that 10 million of the overall population in Afghanistan constitutes the youth between the age of 18 and 24 and now with consideration of this great human resource potentials, efforts should be triggered in formulating effective strategic measures should be undertaken to bring proper change in living standard of the youth as today the Afghan society beside having major human resource, role of the youth in decision making process and leadership and in opposition to the demands of 21st century and the modern era, still this segment of Afghan society facing in some illogical limitations and so-called traditional values that hamper ways to them to contribute in various spheres and legal age for nomination of presidency of the country raised to 40 and senate to 35.
The main question which arises is that representative of the people make way to the parliament and senate through votes of the youths, but why they can’t nominate themselves for the post of president, lawmakers and rest of the high ranking positions.
The youths of Afghanistan as part of global human community should retain the appropriate position in the country to contribute their effective role in all fields of socioeconomic progress, but regrettably, youths of Afghanistan are massively demoralized and their psychological power have been influenced by the suppressive and dictatorial polices of some ex leaders and such politicians are not ready at any cast to pave the way to the youth to take part in politics and national decision making process.
Afghanistan beside focusing on contribute and role of the youth in social spheres requires to combat the humiliated phenomenon of administrative corruption with full force to overcome on the issue soon which has overshadowed the opportunities to upgrade energetic role of the youngsters in the country.

Saturday, January 05, 2013
Ghazni (BNA) The body of Dr. Abdul Samad Hamid politician and Afghan scholar was laid to rest in Nangarhar province.
Dr. Hamid was one of the famed politicians of the democracy decade of Afghanistan who died recently at the age of 83.
The funeral ceremony of late Dr. Hamid was attended by some officials of the government, local departments, deputy governor of Nangarhar, lecturers of the Nangarhar University, friends and relatives.
The body of this great personality was taken to his family cemetery of Sardaran Kalay of Khogyani district accompanied by the officials, family members and his friends.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and commerce and some other high ranking government officials and parliament members and the spokesperson of the president paid homage and respect to his body at the Kabul airport.
Dr. Samad Hamid has served at the higher government posts of deputy prime minister, minister of plan and he is considered a famous personality of democracy decade in Afghanistan.
He was a great politician and for years he served as lecturer of the university as well.

Saturday, January 05, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The minister of refugees and repatriation affairs Dr. Jamahir Anwari had distributed humanitarian assistance provided by UNHCR to 438 families of internally displaced people (IDPs) in Kabul on the other day.
The package includes wheat, cooking oil, char coal, blankets, rockery and tarpaulin were distributed to the destitute families in Bagh-e-Zanana area.
Expressing his gratitude to contributing aid agencies, Dr. Anwari called for more assistance to the needy families in winter.
Kabul governor also in his speech demanded more assistance to the impoverished families and IDPs living in Kabul.
The UN Refugee agency (UNHCR) has already assisted with 353 needy families and Laghman and 192 families in Baghlan provinces.

Saturday, January 05, 2013
Ghazni (BNA) A group of unknown armed men raided a house on Laram village, Muqur district in Ghazni and gang raped a girl there on Wednesday night, member of provincial council Hamida Gulistani said, adding the local officials have kept secret the crime.
Meantime, a local official in Ghazni confirmed that the victim, Munija had been taken to Kabul for medical treatment.
Meantime, another source said that one of the culprits had been arrested in Muqar district.