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Saturday April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president met with some elders of Ghazni and Bamyan province the other day.
He told them the government of Afghanistan is ready for any type of decisive struggle against crisis and probable challenges that will threaten security, prosperity and unity of the people and shall not refrain from any efforts for preservation of new values.
He said this to the elders and representatives of Daimerdad, First and Second Part of Behsud and Jalraiz districts of Maidan/Wardak, and the elders of Khwat, Nahur district of Ghazni province and members of the social shura of the area.
The elders called the achievements of the government and the people in the past ten years towards unity and observance of human rights, expansion and democracy, freedom, good governance, eradication of violence and respect to residents’ rights, expansion of development as very important and emphasized on their preservation.
They also shared the problems of their respective areas with Khalili and asked government attention for ensuring of security on the highways, and added that there is need for strict government measures for maintaining security on the highways that is disrupting people’s security.
They also asked government measures towards expansion and reconstruction in their areas.
Khalili while emphasizing on unity and unanimity among the people of Afghanistan preservation of values attained in the past decade, and said that focusing on resolving people’s problems is basic priorities of the government.

Saturday April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The House of People heard explanations of Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and Finance, but the deputies did not accept introduction of two members of the commission supervising implementation of constitution and a Supreme Court member.
The House of People had summoned the ministers of communications, finance and interior from among whom the ministers of finance and communication answered the questions of deputies over non-payment of 20% of AWCC income, non-payment of taxes by the Roshan communications company.
Non-payment of cash fines of the company and provision of non-registered cards.
The minister of interior due to some reasons did not attend the meeting, and the members of the House of People rejected two members of the independent commission supervising implementation of the constitution and a member of Supreme Court introduced to the House of People for attaining the vote of confidence and attributed their introduction to the vice-presidents of the country.
Meanwhile, the draft of the new law of ministry of higher education was delivered to Mirwais Yaseeni first secretary of the House of People by Sayed Yusuf acting minister of justice and Mohammad Osman Baburi scientific deputy minister of higher education.
The draft has been confirmed by the Council of Ministers.

Saturday, April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Mir Ali Dostyov the deputy to ministry of culture of Tajikistan arrived in Kabul yesterday to attend the festival of Ghazni as the Islamic cultural capital today.
He is visiting the festival at the invitation of Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen the minister of information and culture of Afghanistan.

Saturday, 13 April 2013 07:56

Cinema Movie Displayed

Saturday, April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The short cinema film, “Cinema” was displayed in the silver screen inside the international press hall of the ministry for information and culture the other day with the participation of officials including Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen the minister of information and culture.
The 20-minute movie directed by Fazal Hakimi reflected the realities in the country.

Saturday, April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The ministry of power and water has drafted a 20 years Master plan to provide electricity for the country.
According to BNA, the plan drafted at a cost of 1.5 million US dollars provided by the Asian Development Bank and with the partnership of Fishner of Germany.  Elaborating the master plan, minister for power and water Mohammad Ismael Khan said that the plan was drafted in 1355 but was renewed after eight years keeping in mind the necessities and the need of economic development. 
The minister said that with the implementation of the master plan, Afghanistan would become self-sufficient in the field of having electricity within the next 22 years, saying construction of power generating dams on Kunar and Kokcha rivers is part of the plan. 
Afghanistan with having huge water resources can produce 23,000 megawatts power, he added.

Saturday April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The Interior Ministry’s 10-year vision for strengthening National Police and International community’s support was finalized in a meeting attended by interior minister General Ghulam Mujtaba Patang and representatives of 20 countries here the other day, press office of interior ministry said.
According to the sources, it was the first time in the history of Afghanistan police that the interior ministry had prepared 10-year vision to make the police professional, civilized, honest and people friendly over the next 10 years and ensure law and order free of any lingual, race and religious discrimination and to win the trust of people.

Saturday April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Carl Ekie Roughi chairman of the EU in police affairs met with Fazle Hadi Muslimyar Senate Chairman, Roughi explained the cooperation of EU to Afghanistan especially in training of police and strengthening of judiciary order in Afghanistan.
He added that transition of the security to the Afghan security forces till 2014 is the best step for taking over of responsibility by them.
He assured that the EU is loyal to its commitment and will continue its long-term cooperation till nationwide security, civilization of police reconstruction of Afghanistan’s foundations.
Fazel Hadi Muslimyar appreciating persistent cooperation of the EC in different spheres especially in financing, equipping and training of national police stressed that in the past ten year with the efforts of the world community and the government of Afghanistan, the national police has attained successes and has been able to foil enemy’s attacks and ensure security in the country.

Saturday, 13 April 2013 06:16

Govt. Cannot Extract Mines Alone: Shahrani

Saturday, April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Minister of Mines, Wahidullah Shahrani has said that the government alone cannot extract the untapped underground treasures.
He made this remarks in his address to observe Geologists Day here the other day.
He also noted to extract the mineral, it is necessary to ink agreements with countries and private companies to invest in Afghanistan’s mines.
Shahrani also ruled out any mismanagement in inking the agreements, saying every media can have necessary information about any agreements inked with every company in the fields of minerals’ extraction.

Saturday, April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Members of Rahiyan-i-Noor social Shura met the other day with Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president and emphasized on implementation of Kabul Master Plan.
The member represents five townships in Kabul who shared their problems with Khalili.
They added that thousands of families are confronting problems in terms of lack of power energy, health centers, schools, reads, ditches and other social services and they expect the government organs to address their problems.
They also emphasized on implementation of the city plan and Kabul Master Plan and the end of the Shahed Mazari street in Qala Naw of 13th precinct of Kabul and called construction of the existing school in Itafaq township as vital need of the people, adding that around 3000 students are pursuing education under tents due to non-availability of the school building.
They also complained over shortage of power energy but still the families have no access to power energy in the area.
Khalili appreciated the efforts of the Shura towards resolving the people’s problems and emphasized on further coordination of the people with the government organs and this is the best way to address the problems.

Saturday, April 13, 2013
Kabul (BNA) A delegation of people from Bamyan province composed of members of social council including some women called on second vice president Mohammad Karim Khalili yesterday.
Briefing the vice president on the problems of Bamyan, the delegation stressed for the access of people to power, education, roads, development and health services. 
They also described the social council a bridge between people and government insisting that the ground is suitable for implementing any development project in Bamyan.
In his remark, Khalili thanked the delegation and noted that Afghanistan made tremendous achievements over the past 10 years.
He also stated that Afghanistan will not return to the past.
Khalili also promised that the government’s commitment which made during the vice president’s visit to Bamyan last year is still intact.

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