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Sunday, 15 October 2017 06:23

Armed Militants Killed

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Sheberghan (BNA) Five armed insurgents were killed in a conflict by security forces in Jawzjan province last night.
Spokesman of Jawzjan security command told BNA, the militants were killed in a conflict by security forces in Charbagh village, Faizabad district of that province.
In the clash, four other insurgents have been injured.
It is said that Obaidullah a senior commander of Taliban was also among the dead.
The source added, a vehicle of the militants was also seized by security forces.
Another report says that five Taliban militants were killed by security forces air raids in Sar-e-Pul province.
Khalilullah Dastyar police chief of Sar-e-Pul province told BNA, the militants were killed in air raids of security forces in Sayad district, Sar-e-Pul province.
Dastyar added, seven other insurgents have been injured and quantity of weapons with two vehicles of the militants were destroyed.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Based on Khan Mohammad Baz’ head of currency exchangers in Kabul, Shahzada market report the exchange rate of Afghani as a follow:
One Dollar                                            68/10 Afs                           
One Pound Sterling                              89/50 Afs                           
One Euro                                             80/25 Afs                           
One Emirate’s Dirham                         18/50 Afs                           
One Thousand Pakistani Rupees          637 Afs                           
One Thousand Indian Rupees               1055 Afs                                         
One Thousand Iranian Rupees               16/80 Afs                           
T. Yarzada

Saturday, 14 October 2017 11:31

Taliban Rebels Killed In Kunduz Air Strikes

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Kunduz (BNA) 17 armed Taliban rebels were killed in Gul Tapa District, Kunduz province.
Ahmad Jaweed Salim spokesman for commando forces told BNA, the insurgents were killed in air raids conducted by security troops in Hakimbai and Haji Nawab villages, Gul Tapa district.
Salim added, six other rebels were also wounded in the raids, and 33 stronghold of Taliban have been demolished.
Another report says six Taliban rebels were killed in air and ground operations conducted by security forces in Imam Sahib District.
Nasratullah Jamshidi press in charge of Shaheen 209 army corps said, three other rebels have been injured in the operations as well.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, 14 October 2017 11:28

Taliban Bomb Blast Leaves 3 Brothers Dead

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Jalalabad (BNA) Three brothers were lost their lives in a bomb blast of Taliban in Nangarhar province late last evening.
The blast occurred in south-east of Jalalabad city.
According to reports, a bomb was placed in a vehicle carrying the brothers.
Ataullah Khogyani spokesman for Nangarhar governor told BNA, in the blast, three brothers were martyred and another has been injured.
He said, investigation have started to arrest the perpetrators of the incident.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, 14 October 2017 07:31

5 Civilians Shot Dead By Taliban

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Herat (BNA) Armed Taliban shot dead five civilians in Herat province late last night.
According to reports, armed assailants shot dead five civilians in Ghoryan district’s bazaar of that province.
According to residents, the five brother were shot dead by Taliban due work with government.
Jelani Farhad spokesman for Herat governor confirmed the event.
He said the victims all of innocent and were ordinary people He added, efforts are underway to identify and arrest the suspects of the event.
Taliban has said nothing in this regard yet.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan is the most vulnerable country in the world due to climate changes and environment pollution, if the situation not improved, it would be catastrophic for the country.
BNA analyst of climate affairs commenting on the issue writes recent climate researches of Afghan government indicate that the country is facing horrible climate changes and environmental pollution. The concerns are too high that the vice president has called more dangerous than the activities of terrorists.
If we pay attention in to climate situation in Afghanistan, during the recent years, the country is gravely suffering from climate changes and environmental pollutions. According the ecologists, the residents of the country, besides natural problem have played a role in worsening the situation.
Forty year war and lawlessness in the country, the rule of law and reasoning have replaced by chaos and indifferences which stroke a heavy blow on environment. Ruthlessly cutting of forests, erosion agricultural lands and unbalanced expansion of cities are the major factors that badly affected the climate and ecosystem in general.  In addition of matters mentioned above, persistent drought years and global warming due to greenhouse gases are the other reasons that have caused pollution and climate changes in Afghanistan. In spite of that Afghanistan has no any important role in producing greenhouse gases, but the global high level production of the gases in world, severely affected the country.
An American university in its research made on global warming has introduced Afghanistan the most vulnerable country in Asia and the 14th in level of the world.
Thawing of icebergs in the first place and flooding in long term have increased the process of erosions of lands in Afghanistan and severely harmed agriculture and animal husbandry in the country.
While Afghanistan is a country deeply bound to agriculture and almost 70% of its population are involved in farming activities. Therefore, in such a situation, global warming and environmental pollution made it the most vulnerable country that should be seriously addressed.
The current grave situation of Afghanistan due to climate changes and pollution associated with terrorism destroy the capacities and opportunities in the country, unless, the government and relevant organs in close coordination with people stand firmly and fight against the horrible challenges climate changes and environment  pollution.
Abdul Khalil MInawi  

Saturday, 14 October 2017 07:11

Youth & Their Hidden Talents

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) A number of Afghan youth enjoys visible talents in different art sections, but due to economic problems, they cannot prove themselves.
In fact, if they try their best and make impossible to possible, they can surely show their talents to people.
A Ghulam Mohammad Maimanagi Art Gallery Department’s graduate, Hasibullah Najib told The Kabul Times since my childhood, I was keen to paint. My first encourager was my father who has always supported me and provided my requirements in painting.
Then, I decided to be a professional painter and got enrolled in Ghulam Mohammad Maimanagi Art Gallery.
He said, “I received many prides so far. For the first time, an art exhibition was held in Babur Garden, where I got the second position and then awarded with cash prize and a cup.”
Likewise, for the second times, an art exhibition was held in Ghulam Mohammad Maimanagi Art Gallery where I once again got the second position and received many prizes, and I’m proud of that, he further said.
In 2012, I received Afghanistan’s contemporary arts association membership through which for the first time, I had taken part in an art exhibition.
This art exhibition is annually held among six south Asian countries and was recently hosted by India, where I received many prizes and Art Ambassador logo, he added.
In 2016, I had participated in an art exhibition ‘Underage Marriages’ where I got the first position and cash prize, he went on to say.
In 2017, for the second times, I participated in the same art exhibition and once again got the first position which is a proud to me, my family and my teachers, he continued.
“I have sold many of my works, but people don’t believe in my talent, because, I am a small boy and people think whoever is small, doesn’t have any talent,” he added.
Therefore, I have to attend any official or private art exhibition to prove myself to people, he said.
He added I can paint a person’s face in 15 minutes.
He said, “Unfortunately, art doesn’t worth in Afghanistan and even some people make fun of an artist.”
Anyway, I love my homeland and would never leave it. I would keep painting to reach my goals, he added.
My only wish is to serve my country through art, he said.
My message to all Afghan people is they should let their children to continue their education and higher education in any field they love so to show their hidden talents, he wished.
Established in 1351, Ghulam Muhammad Maimanagi art department has so far trained large number of students in different art sections.
Karima Malikzada

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Scientific session of provincial commissions on violence against women was held with participation of deputy minister of finance and tourism for information and culture Sayeda Mojgan Mustafavi, governor of Bamyan Mohammad Tahir Zuhair and members of the commissions.
Representing high commission on violence against women, deputy minister of finance and tourism of MoIC said, “This session is a good opportunity for provincial commissions of the four provinces as Bamyan, Parwan, Daikundi and Kapisa to share their achievements and challenges with each other and I hope that the session will finish with a good conclusion in order to have a good report for Kabul so high commission on violence against women operating in Kabul can take steps for addressing challenges and problems of provincial commissions.”
High commission on violence against women has been operating under direct supervision of women affairs ministry in Kabul for the past 11 years.
In the session, Mrs. Mustafavi considered support of governor of
Bamyan and local government of the province from the provincial commission as very good.
In the program, governor of Bamyan Mohammad Tahir Zohair delivered speech and said, “In past, life for women was very bad in Afghanistan, but there have been big achievements from the country’s women during the past 15 years.”
He considered holding such programs for addressing problems of women in Afghan society as very significant.
Bamyan Provincial chief for women affairs Karima Salik said that the commission of violence against women in Bamyan has always work well, adding that governor of Bamyan always participated in the commission’s session and its works in the province was an example for all provinces of the country.

Saturday, 14 October 2017 07:07

CE meets Zazai Maidan’s Elders

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met Thursday with a number of Zazii Maidan elders at Sepidar Palace.
In the meeting, elders, religious Ulema and youth of Khost’s Zazai Maidan shared their problems with the country’s chief executive and said they have protected their district, but recently the district has been under security threats from other districts and beyond the Durand Line.
They asked for installation of further security posts along areas bordering the Durand line and increasing and strengthening local police forces in the district, adding that a 30-bed hospital was needed to be constructed in the district.
Reconstruction of electricity dam, construction of Domanda and Speri districts’ roads, controlling of Baak district’s stream, granting scholarships to Zazai Maidan’s youth and appointment facilities to the district’s youth were other demands made by elders of the district.
In the meeting, the country’s chief executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah assured of addressing problems of the district’s people and instructed relevant institutions for taking urgent steps in this regard.
Praising the people of Zazii Maidan for cooperation with security forces in tightening security in the district, chief executive said that steps would be taken and facilities would be provided in connection with scholarships to the youth of the district.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has condoled in a message the 21st death anniversary of the country’s top scholar and knowledgeable figure Ayatullah Sayed Ali Beheshti to the deceased family, colleagues and followers.
“The deceased Beheshti was one of the country’s influncial, academic, political and jihadi figure who left brilliant works in promoting Islamic education behind. The deceased Beheshti was a good scholar who had provided suitable facilities for education in remote areas of the country by creating religious madrassas,” President Ghani said.
In his message, the country’s President considered the deceased Beheshti’s steps in Islamic sciences and his writings related to Jurisprudence, principles of Jurisprudence, moral and religious issues as valuable heritage.
“Today, we are happy that the desires and aspirations of Ulema and political figures of the country for balanced development, justice and equality are to become true,” President said his in message.
Besides attention to teaching, learning and writing, Ayatullah Beheshti honestly worked for justice and freedom and stood beside Muslim people of the country during Jihad.

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