17 January 2018

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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Kabul (BNA) President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, in a statement expressed his deep sorrow, following a rocket attack from terrorists in Faryab, the country’s Northern Province, where many innocent Afghan citizens lost life and injured, the other day.
The country’s president said that terrorists attempt to kill innocent people by launching rockets, were against all Islamic teaching and human rights values, the statement added.
The president wished heaven to those lost their lives in the attack and extended his condolence and thoughts to the bereaved families.

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 07:02

Zaranj Entrance Gate Opened

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Nimroz (BNA) Building of Zranj city gate was opened yesterday.
The gate has been built with total cost of 3.5 million Afghani funded by a national trader.
In a ceremony held on this occasion, governor of Nimroz Eng. Mohammad Sami while stressing on changing the province as an economic zone added development facility has been prepared in the province and local government of the province was committed to implementation of its development plans.
He praised national traders of the province in particular Haji Ghulam Rasoul for construction of the gate.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Maimana (BNA) Five civilians were martyred in explosion of three mortar mine blasts in Khwaja Sabzposh district bazaar of Faryab province yesterday.
Mohammad Karim Yorish press in charge of police in Faryab province told BNA correspondent, the mortar mine blast thrown by armed oppositions which caused martyring of five civilians and wounding of 45 others.
He added, the victims and wounded are all civilians.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 06:52

96 Armed Oppositions Killed Across The Country

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Security and defense forces conducted several clearing operations in 11 provinces of the country killed 96 armed insurgents.
According to national defense ministry press office to BNA the security and defense forces conducted joint offensive operations aimed to annihilate armed insurgents in various parts of the country killed 96 armed oppositions, wounded 48 and detained 7 others.
The operations carried out in Nangarhar, Laghman. Urozgan, Herat, Farah, Nimroz, Faryab, Baghlan, Badakhshan, Kunduz and Helmand provinces.
11 motorbikes and quantity of weapons and ammunition, explosive devices have been demolished in the operations.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 06:50

Armed Oppositions Killed In Kunduz Operation

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Kunduz (BNA) Seven armed insurgents were killed in Kunduz province yesterday.
Nasratullah Jamshdi press in charge of Shaheen 209 army corps told BNA, three insurgents were killed in an operation conducted by Afghan security forces in Dash-e-Archi district of the province.
He added, five other rebels have been wounded and several villages were cleared from insurgents.
Likewise, four armed rebels were killed and three others have been injured in Afghan security artillery attacks in Imam Sahib District, Kunduz province.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 06:47

Taliban Military In Charge Held

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Aibak (BNA) Taliban military in charge for Samangan province with his three colleagues and 500 Kgs of explosives were detained in Aibak city by police forces.
Abdul Moner Rahimi police spokesman of Samangan province told BNA, Saleh Mohammad military in charge of Taliban with his three colleagues wanted to smuggle 500 Kgs of explosives from Dara-e-Sof Paen to Aibak city has been detained by police forces.
Rahimi added, he also played a key role in several clashes against security forces in Dahan-e-Ghoori District and Chashma-e-Shir of Baghlan province
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 06:46

17 ISIS Affiliates Killed In Balkh

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) 17 ISIS affiliates were killed in Charboldak District, Balkh province yesterday.
Nasratullah Jamshidi press in charge of Shaheen 209 army corps told BNA, the fighters were targeted in several conflicts by Afghan security forces in some regions of Charboldak District of the province.
Jamshidi added, five other insurgents have been wounded in the clashes as well.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday January 16, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan under-19 national cricket team to play with Sri Lanka under-19 national cricket team in continuation of U-19 World Cup 2018.
Farid Hotak spokesman of Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) told BNA correspondent, it is supposed that Afghanistan U-19 national cricket team to face with Sri Lanka team at Wednesday 17 January 2018 in New Zealand.
Afghan cricket players has full preparedness for the match, Hotak added.
It is mentionable that Afghanistan u-19 national cricket in his first match has defeated Pakistan u-19 national cricket team by 5 wickets.
Afghanistan under-19 national cricket team in group D after Sri Lanka will be complete with Ireland u-19 national cricket team.

Tuesday January 16, 2018

Kabul (BNA) For the first time, Kabul municipality has reviewed all roads in capital Kabul. Based on the review, there are nearly 3200 km road with 7m width in the city where 52 percent of the roads are asphalted, while 48 percent of the roads are still un-asphalted. Moreover, 22 percent of Kabul roads which had been previously asphalted need to be renovated.
Abdul Jalil Sultani, a spokesperson and head of information for Kabul municipality said, “Nearly 1700 km equivalent to seven-meter road needs to be renovated. Kabul municipality has completed reconstruction of 200 km road and reconstruction work on other 400km road is underway in various areas as Saray-e-Shmali, Qala-e-Zaman Khan, Taimani square road, Khesht-e-Okhtiv, Laysa-e-Maryam and other places. Meanwhile, 210 km road of the city is under procurement process and its reconstruction will be soon started next year.”
He added that work on the rest 800 km which needed reconstruction and renovation would be completed in two years.
Sultani further said that construction work on eight big roads in Khairkhana area of the capital have been already started by Kabul municipality. He named 3rdParwan square – Lab-e-Jar square, Lab-e-Jar square – 500 Family square, Tanzif square – Taimani square, Police town – Tank-e-Til Aryana, Tank-e-til Aryana – Qala-e-Najara, Qala-e-Najara – Gulayye-e-Hesa-e-Awal, Qala-e-Najara – Khest-e-Okhtiv, Gulaye-e-Park – Layce-e-Maryam and Layce-e-Maryam – Khesht-e-Okhtiv as roads the construction work of which were underway.
He added that construction work on the respective roads would be completed within the next one year.
In connection with closure of a number of roads in Kabul city, the Kabul municipality spokesperson said, “A number of roads are closed due to construction and reconstruction work and will be opened soon after construction and reconstruction work on the roads are completed by Kabul municipality.”
“For reduction of traffic jam in central part of Kabul city, Kabul municipality has decided to start construction work on Pul-e-BaghUmomi – Pul-e-Kheshti and it is determined that the road is going to be asphalted within the next three – four months,” Sultani added.
Sayed Agha, a Kabul resident said, “Construction of roads is very good and we hope that Kabul municipality will effectively construct and asphalt Kabul roads that won’t need reconstruction anymore.”
He asked Kabul municipality for further attention to construction of Kabul roads.
It is worth mentioning that Kabul municipality is trying to accelerate construction and reconstruction work on Kabul roads as most of its residents are complaining about traffic jams and low-quality of road construction work in the city.
Karima Malikzada

Tuesday, 16 January 2018 09:47

DABS Signs Five Contracts Worth Afs 251m

Tuesday January 16, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Addressing a press conference here in Kabul, chief of Breshna Co Eng. Amanullah Ghalib said, these five contracts were signed with local companies and include procurement of transformers, switches, miscellaneous equipment of electricity construction, supply and procurement of 10 pieces of raw materials for production of 4900 iron concrete pylons with different sizes and project for equipment of 10 pieces security materials needed by Breshna Co that would be supplied in two months by contracting companies and their expenditures will be paid from the budget of Breshna Co. He went on to say, about 860 projects across the country have not been completed due to lack of essential materials including pylons and transformers since many years and with procurement of these materials, they will be completed.
He added, with supply and purchase of security equipment for Kabul Breshna, power wastage would be reduced and reliable and sustainable electricity would be available in Kabul. Nangarhar, Balkh, Kabul and Herat provinces are at the top of Breshna Co. programs that in their networks reforms will be introduced to prevent wastages. One of the reasons, he said, of short circuits in capital, Kabul is load shedding in transformers and shortage of equipment in power supply stations which lack capacity to transmit power simultaneously to all customers. He pointed out that out of Afs 10.6 billion dues of Breshna on the customers, in the last six months, Breshna Co has received Afs 1.4b from people and Afs 1.13b from government departments and holy places. Breshna Co has recently taken serious counter-corruption steps to prevent corruption during meters reading by officials of this company. A digital system is expected to be setup that would prevent the past mistakes during meters’ reading and miscalculations.
Wahidullah one of the residents of Khair Khana said despite of continued short circuits, the power expenses are still high. If digital meters are installed, it would be in public interests and we appreciate this step of Breshna Company. Mohammad Murid one of the teachers said, supply of new power equipment is very effective because current meters are broken and old. But counter-corruption steps must not be restricted to distribution of new meters. He asked Breshna Co, to create facilities for replacement of old meters with new ones for the people. Some people believe that majority of ordinary customers don’t afford purchasing of new meters and Breshna should give new meters free of charge to people and replace the old ones. For the first time, the Breshna Co has been rescued from financial problems and its revenues have reached to Afs 100 million that would be invested in development of Afghanistan electricity network.
Shukria Kohistani

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