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Etisalat 3G service in Kunduz

The Etisalat, a mobile telecommunication company in Afghanistan, launched 3G services in Kunduz city. The services were launched in the city during a ceremony held at a local hotel in Kunduz city. On the occasion, the Etisalat media in-charge Kifayatullah

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Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province has its largest mosque

Helmand’s largest mosque, funded by United Arab Emirates, is built in accordance with international standard on 32-acres of land. The mosque has a capacity of more than 7,000 and is built at a cost of USD 1.5mn. Situated in Kareh

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No region in Afghanistan would be without a school by 2014

Ministry of Education said that by 2014 all Afghan children, who have met the admission requirements, would be enrolled in schools. The ministry has promised that in the next two years schools would be open for every Afghan child and

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China Manufacturing Hits Nine Month Low

According to official figures, China’s manufacturing activity fell to a nine month low in August, showing serious weakness in the world’s second largest economy. A statement released on Saturday by the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing shows the government’s

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Tokyo Court Decides in Favor of Samsung

Tokyo court ruled that Samsung has not infringed on patents held by Apple. Tokyo District Judge Tamotsu Shoji dismissed the case filed by Apple in August, finding that Samsung was not in violation of Apple patents related to synchronizing music

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Afghan Parliament Approves Plans for Maintaining Women Education

Plans designed to increase and sustain training and education of Afghan girls in schools and universities have been passed by the parliament on Saturday. A number of MPs aim to bring up the percentage of women receiving higher education to

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Afghanistan’s first ever “National Policy on Cyber Security”

Amid concerns over the insecurity of government IT systems, Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology announced the introduction of a policy to prevent cyber attacks. A ministry official, Zmaryalai Wafa, said the new policy would help protect secret government information

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