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Friday, December 23, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The disaster management Dept. of Logar and Lodin Foundation assisted 960 flood affected families and victims of bloody event of Mohammad Agha district, Logar province. 
Each family received rice, ghee, pulses, tea, salt, bean and sugar. 
Ajmal Stanekzai head of Logar disaster management Dept. said that hundreds of houses and agricultural lands were destroyed and tens of Cottles have been perished in the recent floods in this province. 
Also, the bloody event which occurred some months back in the Mohammad Agha district, a number people were killed and injured.
Atiqullah Lodeen governor of Logar province appreciated the Lodeen Foundation and disaster management Dept. assistances and asked them to continue their assistance for Logar people. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Gardez (BNA) UNHCR distributed food items and winter clothes to 1800 displaced families and returnees in Paktia province yesterday. 
The head of Counter Disaster Management Authority of Paktia Dr. Sayed Ali Shah Musavi said that with the cooperation of the said authority, these items were distributed to displaced and returnees of center and districts of Ahmad Aabad, Ahmad Khail, Dand Patan, Aryoub Jaji, Samkanai and Sayed Karam. 
The items are including of wheat, liquefied gas, quilt, shoe, jacket and other winter clothes.

Monday, December 19, 2011
Asadabad (BNA) The construction work of 61 utility projects was completed in Kunar province this morning. 
It is said that the mentioned projects were completed and came under utilization by the National Solidarity Program (NSP) at the cost of Afs one million. 
Engineer Mir Zaman responsible of the national solidarity program of Kunar said to BNA, these projects have been completed  with 10 per cent cooperation of people in Dangam, Peechdara, Soki, Khas Kunar, Chapadara, Asmari, Nari, Ghaziabad, Shaiga districts and center of that province. 
These projects included construction of dams, canals, extension of potable water, establishment of small water machines, water resources, cleaning of canals and establishment of health clinics and more than 6000 families were benefited from facilities of these projects, said the source.
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Saturday, December 17, 2011
Kabul (BNA) We were informed that the famous singer of the country Rahim Ghamzada who was suffering from illness has died at the age of 75 yesterday. 
He had throat cancer and died at the Nangarhar hospital. Late Rahim Ghamzada has spent 55 of his age in preparing of poems and epic songs and many of his songs remain at the archive of National Radio-TV.  Dr. Sayed Makhodoom Raheen Minister of Information and Culture regretting his death called Ghamzada as outstanding singer who was poet writer and composer and had skills in play of musical instruments. 
Dr. Raheen called his death of loss for the musical society of the country and condoled for his death to his family and relatives and the country’s artists. 
According to another report, the body of late Rahim Ghamzada was put to rest in his ancestral cemetery. 
The message of Minister of Information and Culture was read by head of the information and culture department of Nangarhar. 
In the message Ghamzada was considered an outstanding singer who via music has rendered a good service to his people. 
It adds that Ghamzada’s songs will remain in memory of his people and his fans and his death is a loss. 
The head of the information and culture department Aurang Samim said at the ceremony that late Ghamzada has been a pious personality and mostly he was praying and was on fast. 
Mohammad Hashim, Ghamshareek, advisor to the governor of the province read out the message of Gul Agha Sherzoi.
Meanwhile, Mohammad Zabeer Khaksar a relative of Ghamzada thanked government in charges over their sympathies. 
His body was taken to Khogyani district for burial there. 
His prayer is organized on the 26th of Qaus from 8 am to 11 am at the Gunbudi mosque of Hazrate Ali (PBUH) of Jalalabad city.