21 September 2018

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Saturday, November 18, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Head and members of Physical Education Institute (PEI) of the ministry for education asked acting minister of information and culture to introduce traditional games which have been mentioned in ‘Batouran-e-Doud Book’ as people culture, Bakhtar News Agency (BNA) reported the other day.
In the meeting, acting minister of information and culture, Prof. Mohammad Rassoul Bawari said he would task the department of people culture to establish a commission, evaluate the games and announce them as people’s culture, the agency added.

Thursday November 16, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan under-19 national cricket team in semi-final match to face with Nepal under-19 national cricket team in Asia U-19 Cup Competition.
According to BNA report, Afghanistan under-19 national cricket team by defeating Pakistan and UAE under-19 national cricket teams find way in semi-final match of the competition.
It is supposed that semi-final match to be held at 17 November 2017 in Kuala Lumpur stadium, capital of Malaysia.

Saturday November 11, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan under 19 national cricket team defeated Pakistan under 19 national cricket team by 7 wickets in U-19 Asian Cricket Competitions.
According to BNA report, first Pakistan cricket team started batting and by losing all wickets set a target of 57 runs in 20 overs, but Afghan cricket players bravely completed the given target in 8 overs.
Mujeeb Zadran took 6 wickets, Naweenulaq 2 wickets and Yusuf Zazi also took 2 Pakistani wickets in this match. 
Mujeeb Zadran identified as bester player of the tournament.
According to another report, Afghanistan u-19 national cricket team to play with Sri Lanka u-19 national cricket team today.
In U-19 Asian Cup Competitions, Afghanistan u-19 cricket team in group B fighting against Pakistan, Sri Lanka and UAE U-19 cricket teams.
U-19 Asian Cricket Competitions has launched in Kaula Lumpur stadium, capital of Malaysia and to be continued for next 10 days.

Wednesday November 8, 2017

Kabul (BNA) At the end of Muay Thai World Competitions Afghan Muay Thai athletes succeeded to achieve 6 medals.
Arif Payman spokesman of General Directorate for Physical Education and Sport told BNA reporter, Suhrab Ahmadi by defeating his rival from North Korea obtain gold medal, Shir Hussain Azimi by trouncing his rival from North Korea achieve gold medal and Hamayoun Razayee also gain gold medal in final match.
Mustafa Hassanzada by beating his rival get silver medal and Kosar Shahrzad and Shukria Bahmani obtained bronze medals in this competitions, Payman added.