Completion of two embankment projects in Laghman
The project was funded by a joint venture of the World Food Program (WFP) and the Japanese Embassy in Kabul at a cost of USD 240,000.
The 200 and 250 metre-long walls would help keep arable lands protected from soil erosion by preventing the overflowing of the rivers, said Sarhadi Zwak, the governor’s spokesman.
A Ziyarat resident Fakharullah said the river became flooded as rainy season began, threatening thousands of homes and farms nearby. He said the embankment would hold the soil and keep it from being washed away.
The new 1 pound coin, slated for launch in 2017, is regarded as the most security coin in the world
As part of Nangarhar’s township program, an international-standard seminary and a 1,000-bed hospital would be built in the Ghazi Amanullah
San Diego- Cubic Global Tracking Solutions, the asset management and visibility solutions provider of Cubic Corporation (NYSE: CUB), has been awarded