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Kabul-e-News 285

19 February 2014 – Number 285

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First round of entrance exams held in Kabul

The first round of entrance exams were held in Kabul on Sunday. 10,911 students took the exams. The number of people taking the entrance exams has increased.”  The Minister of Higher Education, Ubaidullah Ubaid, said, “From a total of 10,911 participants, 40% were female.”  According to officials there will be four more rounds of entrance examinations in the capital city of Kabul.More>>>

 

India aids Afghanistan’s first agricultural university

Afghan President Hamid Karzai and visiting Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid inaugurated the first Afghan agricultural university in southern Kandahar province on Saturday. “The National Agricultural Science and Technology University is a key achievement for the higher education of Afghanistan. It is an important step forward for the upgrading of agriculture in the country,” Karzai said. Khurshid said the university supported by India would further enhance bilateral ties and agriculture sector in the landlocked nation. More>>>

 

A Helmand that is rarely seen

The BBC’s Bilal Sarwary recently travelled about Helmand province where he observed police at work, spoke to people on the streets and nomads on the move.See the Photographs>>>

 

Kyrgyz Embassy Opens in Kabul

The Embassy of Republic of Kyrgyzstan was opened in Kabul in a ceremony attended by the Kyrgyz foreign minister, a number of foreign Ambassadors and diplomats on Saturday. The Kyrgyz foreign minister Erlan Abdyldayev said the opening of embassy indicated the friendly relations and long-term support of Afghanistan. Abdyldayev added the historic ties between the two countries were based on real friendship and cooperation. More>>>

President Karzai orders changes to women’s rights law

KABUL, Afghanistan — President Hamid Karzai on Monday ordered changes to a draft of new criminal legislation in response to an international outcry warning it would severely limit justice for victims of domestic abuse, his spokesman said. Afghanistan’s parliament had passed a new criminal procedure code that would ban relatives from testifying against alleged abusers. Karzai’s spokesman, Aimal Faizi, said the president was “well aware” of the criticism and decided at a Cabinet meeting Monday that the legislation must be changed. More>>>

 

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  Afghanistan stun Australia for first win

Afghanistan Under-19s pulled off a major upset by defeating Australia Under-19s by 36 runs in Abu Dhabi. Afghanistan’s top order were at the forefront of the victory, as Mohammad Mujtaba (75), Ihsanullah (63) and Hashmatullah Shaidi (57) all scored half-centuries to propel the team to 253. The team had lost Usman Ghani in the first over of the innings, but Ihsanullah and Mujtaba steadied the innings with a second-wicket stand worth 126 that gave Afghanistan a solid platform to build on. For Australia, James Bazley and Cameron Valente picked up three wickets each. More>>>

  Aussie loss to Afghans no concern: Chappell

Cricket Australia’s national talent manager Greg Chappell says he can understand why people on the other side of the world might be getting a bit carried away. But the Test great says Australia’s 37-run loss to Afghanistan at the under-19 World Cup in Abu Dhabi isn’t a case of the sky falling in. “We’ve got to be careful not to over-react in these situations,” Chappell told AAP from Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. More>>>

  Afghanistan name uncapped Tarakai for World T20

Afghanistan have called up an uncapped Najeeb Tarakai in place of Afsar Zazai to boost their batting for the World Twenty20. The flamboyant wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Shahzad will continue to open the innings for Afghanistan and Tarakai will be expected to add more power to the top order. Afghanistan also announced the squad for their maiden Asia Cup appearance.More>>>

  Afghanistan Cricket Continues to Achieve

The Asian Cricket Council recently announced the winners of the Asia Region winners of the Pepsi ICC Development Program Annual Awards. The Afghanistan Cricket Board has taken out two of the regional awards:  the Best Overall Cricket Development Program and the Best Junior Participation Initiative.     The awards were established to recognize exceptional performance and service to the game of cricket in Associate and Affiliate member countries. Afghanistan will now join winners from the 4 other ICC Regions at the ICC Global Awards later in the year.More>>>

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Struggling Restaurants

By Kawoon Khamoosh: Ibrahim, the chef at Kabul’s ‘Sufi’ restaurant says his family is worried for him. He works in one of several outlets I visited, where business has declined since the Taliban attacked the popular Taverna du Liban on January 18, killing 21 people. But his routine has changed. He says he is more alert as he cycles to work and when he moves about in the restaurant. More>>>

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KABUL – Italy February 10 agreed to provide 11.4 billion AFN (US $200m) for different development projects in Herat Province, TOLO News reported February 12.  The money will be spent on the construction of the Herat Ring Road and Chesht-Herat highway and improvements to Herat International Airport to transform it into the country’s biggest cargo airport, Afghan Minister of Finance Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal said. More>>>

  Progress in Afghanistan; Stop viewing it through a western lens

In Afghanistan, real progress has been made but it’s lost in the news about corruption and the Taliban. To build on the progress, the West needs more realistic goals for the country. In this piece first published by the Daily Beast, Sam Schneider explores what has been achieved since the US-led intervention in October, 2001  More>>>

  “Your children are the backbone of a strong and progressive Afghanistan”

Read this interview with Mohammad Farid Hamidi,  A well-known lawyer in Afghanistan and Deputy Director of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission. Hamidi also currently serves as chair of the presidential advisory board for senior governmental appointments, and co-founder of the Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan. He has worked closely with the Judicial Reform Commission in training lawyers and judges on international human rights law and standards. More>>>

  Russia marks anniversary of Afghanistan pullout

Russia remembered the 25th anniversary of the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan with low-key ceremonies as the country tries to forget its failed military adventure. On February 15th 1989, the last Soviet army column crossed from Afghanistan to Uzbekistan ending nine years of massive military involvement that failed to contain the Islamist insurgency in the strategically situated Central Asian state. Russia’s Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu set the tone for numerous memorial meetings across the country by praising Afghan veterans as “true patriots,” but refusing to pass a judgement on the war, which he said is remembered with “mixed” feelings. More>>>

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