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Kabul-e-News 288

19 March 2014 – Number 288

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For Afghans In Camps, A Harsh Life With No End In Sight

The Nasaji Bagrami, a camp for internally displaced Afghans, sits on the outskirts of Kabul, a vast expanse of crumbling mud structures with tarps and tent sheets for roofs. About 360 families live here in primitive conditions: Litter is strewn about, children wander around barefoot in the cold, barely clothed yet still smiling and playing with each other. Picture: A boy sits blowing bubbles against a blanket used as a door to a home in the Nasaji Bagrami camp for internally displaced Afghans in Kabul.  More>>>

Something Fishy Happening in Jalalabad

“Give a poor man fish, you feed him for a day  ….. teach him to catch fish [and even farm them], you feed him for life.” For years chicken, mutton or lamb has been the dish of choice for Afghans, yet in Jalalabad fish is becoming ever more popular, encouraging some to start their own fish farming businesses. Watch the Video>>>

  New life at Kabul zoo for lion who lived on a rooftop

Kabul zoo on Tuesday unveiled its new star attraction — Marjan the lion, who lived on a rooftop in the city until rescued by animal welfare officials last year when close to death. “We found him in a very dire condition. He was almost dead. He couldn’t move, he couldn’t even raise his head,” veterinarian Abdul Qadir Bahawi told AFP, “We were not sure that he would survive. But our efforts paid off, and he is much better. Now he loves to play with us. I think he loves us a lot.” More>>>

  Historic Afghan Sites Face Ruin

Afghanistan’s landscape is filled with buried historical monuments, artwork, statues and artefacts, some dating back 5,000 years. Vast numbers of priceless objects have been smuggled out of the country, especially but not only during the civil war of the early 1990s. Nangarhar province was once part of the ancient kingdom of Gandhara, a centre of Buddhist culture until the Muslim conquest. The dozens of historic remains include a royal castle, ruins in the Memla area of Khugiani district, tombs in Bahrabad, and the Greco-Buddhist site of Hadda (pictured), south of the provincial centre Jalalabad. More>>>

  Buddha Statues’ Destruction: 13th Anniversary Celebrated

BAMYAN (Pajhwok): Civil society activists on Thursday celebrated the 13th anniversary of Buddha’s statues dynamited by the Taliban on March 10, 2001. Dozens of civil society activists from Kabul and Bamyan provinces held a candle light vigil in front of the Buddhas— the two historical statues in Bamyan. The large statue with a height of 55 metres and a small statue with a height of 33 metres were carved on mountain in the north of Bamyan city in the ancient Silk Road. More>>>

 

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Shahzad, Shafiqullah power Afghanistan to seven-wicket win

Mohammad Shahzad is Afghanistan’s most prolific Twenty20 batsman by a long way. His recent form had been quite poor, as scores of 7, 22, 0, 22 and 0 in his last five innings would indicate. He broke this peculiar streak by hammering 68 off 53 balls as Afghanistan rushed to a seven-wicket win over Hong Kong. More>>>

  Afghanistan send Hong Kong packing from World Twenty20

Mohammad Shahzad and Shafiqullah Shafiq hit aggressive half-centuries to help Afghanistan beat Hong Kong by seven wickets in the World Twenty20 tournament in Chittagong on Tuesday. Shahzad notched up a fiery 53-ball 68 while Shafiq smashed a career-best 50 not out off just 24 balls to help Afghanistan reach their 154-run target with 12 balls to spare in the Group A match. More>>>

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  The Afghan Policewomen taking on the Taliban

Among the other police officers, she stands out. No short back and sides; no hobnail boots; no belted combats. Instead – nail polish, three–inch heels, aviator sunglasses. And hijab. Police Officer Pari Gul is stationed at a checkpoint on a key route into Kabul, Afghanistan. Her job is to stop and search women in cars that look suspicious. Aged 28, she has a husband and three young children. More than a few members of her family think that she is out of her mind: every time she stands at the checkpoint, she is facing death on so many fronts. More>>>

  Candidates vie for Afghan women’s vote

Habiba Sarabi is the most prominent woman running on a ticket in the April 5 election to choose a successor to President Hamid Karzai. Sarabi has served as Afghanistan’s first female governor, and her current bid to become Afghanistan’s first female vice president is part of an effort to get out the women’s vote as candidates scramble for every ballot. More>>>

  Afghan madrassa accused of radicalising women

A BBC investigation has found that the Ashraf-ul Madares madrassa in Kunduz province preaches that listening to radio, watching television and taking photos are un-Islamic activities and that women should not work outside their homes. Activists say the school undermines women’s rights, but the founders say they are providing badly needed religious education.  About 6,000 women and young girls are studying at the madrassa which was established by two influential mullahs in Kunduz four years ago.More>>>

  Chinese Energy Explorations In Afghanistan: A Case Study

China’s energy demand has increased manifold in the past decade. The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) predicts that in the coming years, China will account for one-third of the world’s energy consumption. This quest for energy resources to meet its growing demand motivates Beijing towards Afghanistan’s untapped reserves of minerals, and oil and natural gas.More>>>

  Motorcycling from Kabul to London

Short founder of Shorsec Racing and a former Royal Marine, will attempt to ride his motorbike from Kabul to London to raise for Mission Motorsport, a UK-based charity, which aims to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of those affected by military operations by providing opportunities through motor sport.  NATO Channel interviews Chris about his motivation for doing the drive and follows some of the preparations for his epic journey, including a look at his specially adapted motorbike and support vehicle, built in Kabul. More>>>