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Tuesday, 13 August 2013 12:39

Ghazni Peace Council Chief Passes Away

Tuesday August 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA): Ghazni provincial chairman of high peace council and the district governor of Dehyak, Ghazn, passed away in a hospital in Indian the other day.  Fazal Ahmad Tolwak, provincial chief of peace council who sustained injuries in an roadside mine blast in Dehyak district of that province two weeks ago went  to India for treatment ,died there in a hospital.
According to reports, Shirkhan Yousifzai, a member of Ghazni provincial peace council and two of his colleagues were killed in the explosion, while Fazal Ahmad Tolwak due to severe injuries died in a hospital.

Saturday, 10 August 2013 15:18

Iranian National Arrests

Saturday August 10, 2013
Saturday (BNA) Herat (BNA) an Iranian national who wanted to smuggle 11 kg of narcotic to Iran was arrested by police officials in the Islam-Qala-Herat highway last night.
Abdul Raof Ahmadi police spokesman of Herat said BNA
, the smuggler wanted to smuggle 11 kg of narcotic to Iran was arrested by police forces of that province.
According to another report, four smugglers were arrested by police officials of Herat province.
Ahmadi police spokesman of Herat said the smugglers involved in several armed thieves were arrested from surrounding areas of Herat province last night.

Saturday, 10 August 2013 15:18

Taliban Senior Commander Kills

 Saturday, August 10, 2013
Herat (BNA)  a senior commander of armed Taliban was killed in a clash by security forces in Herat province the other day.
Abdul Raof Ahmadi police spokesman of Herat said BNA, Shaikh a senior commander of Taliban who wanted with his men attack on security forces in the Gozra district of that province, was killed in an armed clash by security forces. 

Friday, 09 August 2013 12:29

Blast Prevents in Baghlan

Friday, August 09, 2013
Pul-e-Khomri (BNA) police chief in Baghlan province discovered and defused a mine which was placed under a bridge yesterday.
Ahmad Jaweed Basharat, police spokesman of Baghlan said BNA, Armed Taliban planted a mine under a bridge in Pul-e-Khomri city for killing of innocent civilians during the Eid days.
Basharat added that the police of Baghlan province managed to discover the mine and prevented from a blast.
Basharat said that the police chief of that province established several new security posts along the highway for betterment of ensuring security in that province.

Friday, August 9, 2013
Kabul (BNA): The Sikh and Hindu minority in Afghanistan strongly protested deletion of once seat reservation in the House of Representatives and warned that if the Afghan government failed to honor their demands, they will seek asylum  from the UN refugee Agency (UNHCR) and will migrated to other countries.
In the meantime, office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has announced that the UN is ready to provide asylum opportunitie to the Sikh minority if they ask for such a cooperation.
In the new election law, once seat reservation for Sikh minority, 25% seat reservations for women in the provincial councils and 10 seat reservations for Kuchis (nomadic) had been considered.
But, the House of Representatives while ratifying the law deleted one seat reservation to the Sikh and it followed serious reaction from the Hindu and Sikh minorities.
The parliament while endorsing the law reduced 25% seat reservation of women to 20% and granted ten seats reservations to the Kuchis.
The Council of Sikh of Afghanistan announced deletion of one seat for Hindu minority in the parliament as injustice and emphasized that the Sikh minority should have one seat in the parliament so that their problems are shared with the government officials.
Elaborating on the topic, Darival Singh, deputy head of the  council of Afghanistan Sikhs said that in the past Hindu minority was working in high ranking government offices, but, in recent years, they left Afghanistan and migrated to some other countries because of the discriminations committed against them.
It’s said that up to 7,00 Sikh families live in Afghanistan now in various provinces of the country  including Kabul, Ghazni, Kandahar, Nangarhar, Helmand and Kunduz.
In the meantime, a number of political parties and civil society institutions in a notification have said that Hindu and Sikh are genuine nationals of Afghanistan and they have strongly condemned discriminations against the minority groups in Afghanistan.
They asked government of Afghanistan to ensure civil and humanitarian rights of the minority groups in the country so that they live in honorable way in their country.
Talking on the topic, Tarlok Singh said that Dr. Najibullah’s period was the golden era for minority groups in Afghanistan and in that epoch of time, minority groups in Afghanistan were attaining their basic rights in and there was no any kind of discriminations against them.

Friday, 09 August 2013 12:20

Two Group of Kidnappers Arrest

Friday, August 9, 2013
Kandahar (BNA)  police in  Kandahar province arrested two group of  kidnappers yesterday.
Abdul Razaq Aczekzai, police chief of Kandahar said that the two groups wanted to abduct children during the Eid days.
According to him, the kidnappers abducted children for getting of money in that province in the past.

Friday, August 09, 2013
Lashkarga (BNA)  a civilian was martyred and six others wounded as a result of suicide attack in Helmand province the other day.
According to reports the aim of the attack was police chief of that province.
The incident occurred in Laskhkarga the capital city of Helmand province  when a suicide attacker exploded his improvised explosive devices near convoy of General Abdul Hakim Angar, police chief of Helmand province.
The police chief in a contact said BNA, in the incident,  one of his  bodyguards  was martyred and six others wounded.
It is being said that the injured of the incident were three policemen and three civilians
Meanwhile, doctors in the health center of Lashkarga reported the health condition of four wounded as critical.

Friday, August 9, 2013
Kabul (BNA) In Afghanistan, Muslims are fully joyful as per their culture and ritual Eid-ul-Fetr has significant importance, which they celebrate if for 3 days after the holy month of Ramadan ends.
Eid Mubarak or Blessed Eid is a most common salutation that is exchanged among them in the Islamic Republic.
Eid is famous among community that speaks Dari calling it Eid-e-Ramadan while those speaking Pashto, call Kochni Akhtar, Afghans began to prepare for this festival from 10 days before by cleaning their home.in Dari, this practice is famous as Khana Takani (cleaning the house).
Afghans to local bazaars for buying new sweets, snacks and clothes with some of special threats that they serve during festival Eid are Shor-Nakhod made from chickpeas, Cake and candies or a simple cake like a pound cake and jelibi.
On Eid-ul-Fetr, Afghans first offer Eid prayers. Then they gather at home along with families greeting each member saying “Eid Mubarak” meaning “Happy Eid” may God accept your prayers and fasting and you might be selected among others who in future go to Hajj-pilgrimage.”
Elders very of very family give gifts and money to their children.
Also it is a common practice that every family visits other families and friends.
It is difficult for them to do this during other times in a year.
At this occasion children go to entrance of each home in their locality or maybe further and saying happy Eid:. In return to their greeting they get cookies to eat, which they enjoy very much.
But, there are some customs highly frustrating majorities of people with poor economics condition compelling them pay much money even-indebt to provide clothes and other overwhelming essentials by the groom household for the house of bride.
They have to buy many things in addition to some meal traditionally usual among the Afghans as school teacher Anusah blamed it to undermine the broke families’ economy when the two Eids arrive.
She said the tradition should be removed from the Afghan society as it is not only a slap to the people’s economy, but also against the holy Islamic teachings which had cautioned the followers to avoid expenses beyond need.
Another Kabul citizen and education ministry’s employee, Massoud said  that he was pleased of the Eid arrived as he want to go to their relatives and friends’ house and meet them congratulating the for the great Islamic festival.
Fulad who had come to a cloth market said he want to purchase a reasonable cloth for themselves and his household members to have a great and joyous Eid-ul-Fitr, but condemned the Afghan traditions to spend money even by taking loan beyond their economic ability during the ritual days.
A Kabul university student Fulad said he has come to market to buy some dried fruits, candies and cakes to welcome hid guests during the forthcoming Eid days.
But he said want to buy a pair of cloths with reasonable of price of only 500 af to wear them during the Eid, as he said he can’t afford those of expensive with 1,500 to 2,000af.
There are many traditions used among the Afghans mostly used during the two days with religious ritual, while the religious scholars rejected them as Israf (expense beyond need) and a custom are not tolerated by many broke households.
“Islam want ease for the people (believer) not hardship”, said Qari Mohammad-u-Allah, a religious scholars and Imams of Khalid Ibne Walid Masjed (Mosque) for seventh Kabul district.
He said the people are ignorantly deepening themselves into the darkness of sin and fault.
“They are not aware of the Islamic teaching and neither asks those with Islamic knowledge to instruct them.
They do what they want, mostly against the Islamic values”, Mohammad-u-Allah said.

Wednesday, 07 August 2013 09:00

Six Insurgents Kill

Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Kabul (BNA) the Afghan and coalition forces during the last 24 hours conducting cleansing operations killed six insurgents.
The  Interior Ministry’s’ Press Office said, the Afghan and coalition forces conducting several cleansing operations in Nangarhar, Baghlan, Badakhshan, Urozgan and  Logar provinces killed six armed insurgents, arrested 25 others and seized a quantity of weapons.
According to this report the national police forcesalso discovered and defused four mines from relevant areas of Sar-e-Pul, Logar and Farah provinces,
Another report says that the officials of Kabul security command have arrested two persons on charge of murder and rubbery from 4th and 11th precincts of Kabul city. 

Wednesday, 07 August 2013 08:59

Faryab Governor Survives Attack

Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Maimana (BNA) the governor of Faryab province escaped an attempt to his life this morning while he was returning home. Mohammadullah Batash, governor of Faryab while he was going to his home in Kunduz province targeted by the Taliban in the relevant areas of Khwaja Sabzposh district, Faryab province at 2:00 am, fortunately, arriving of security forces timely rescued him.
Abdullah Masoomi, governor of Khwaja Sabzposh district said, the national army forces arrived on time and rescued the governor of the province from the hand of the Taliban.
It should be said that 100 armed Taliban ambushed on the road the governor travelling on.
According to the governor of Khwaja Sabzposh, a great number of Taliban were killed or wounded in the clashes occurred between the two sides.
He added, there were no casualties among Afghan troops in the clashes.