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Wheat Donations to more than 2000 Families in Kapisa

Wheat donations to 2120 needy families in Kapisa began today, 03 Apr 2012 and will continue for another 5 days. Sayed Mushtaq Sadat, Municipal for Kapisa Province, said that the needy families receive two sacks of wheat, 50kg each. Mr.

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2nd Exhibition of Afghan-Turk

The second exhibition of Afghan-Turk with the participation of 50 companies took place today, 03 Apr 2012, in Kabul. The exhibition was attended by Minister of Commerce and Industries, Turkey Ambassador, Minister of Economy, Head of Afghan Chamber of Commerce

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Helmand farmers given subsidised generators

Farmers who shunned poppies and planted other cash crops were given subsidised electric generators in Nad Ali district of southern Helmand province. Deputy district chief, Nazar Muhammad Habibi, at presentation ceremony, told media that the generators would be distributed among

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Aamir Khan’s Talaash to hit the theatres even before its release!

Hong Kong Singles For Dating. View Photo Profiles. Find Love Today! Known for his appreciation of detail and a ready mix of masala and meaningful cinema, the Perfectionist Aamir Khan surely has something unique in planning for every movie. Knowing his

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Burma floating its currency exchange rate

In one of the biggest economic reforms that Burma has seen, the central bank has set the reference exchange rate for its currency. It set a rate of 818 kyat against the US dollar on Monday, the first business day

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Sachin Tendulkar making his Bollywood debut soon?

Bollywood has shared a decade-old relationship with the Indian cricket. Taking this friendship a step forward, the Indian cricket maestro Sachin Tendulkar might make his Bollywood debut soon. If reports are to be believed, Sachin might make his Bollywood debut

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40 Tractors Aid to Bamyan Farmers

Program to strengthen agriculture in Bamyan began with the distribution of 40 tractors to the farmers in the province. Mohammad Tahir Atayee, Director of Agriculture and Livestock in Bamyan, said that the tractors were distributed among agriculture cooperatives to help

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Jeffrey D. Sachs

Jeffrey D. Sachs is the Director of The Earth Institute, Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development, and Professor of Health Policy and Management at Columbia University. He is also Special Advisor to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. From 2002 to 2006,

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August 15th-Release for Sholay in 3D

The iconic movie ‘Sholay’, had originally released on the 15th of August, in the year 1975. The moment since which the news about remaking this movie in 3D became public, Bollywood and the whole of India has been suitably excited.

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Reasons for budget rejection yet to be addressed: MPs

Members of the Wolesi Jirga, the lower house of Parliament, on Saturday said changes to the proposed annual budget did not address the basic reasons for its rejection. On March 18, the assembly rejected the budget due to uneven allocations

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1.2 billion Afs budget for Mazar Development Plan

Mazar Municipial Officials forecast a budget of over one billion Afs for the 1391 Development Plan for the city of Mazar. Mohammad Younis Muqim, Mayor of Mazar-e-Sharif, reported an amount of 1.2 billion Afs for the coming year in the

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Shahrukh Khan to team up with Farah again!?!

Farah Khan, it appears, doesn’t believe in wasting time. She was keen to patch up with Shah Rukh Khan after his infamous scuffle with her husband Shirish Kunder and what better way to do so than offer him a film!

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Increase in Herat, Kandahar Revenue

The annual revenue of western Herat province has increased to 19.98 billion afghanis ($385 million) in 2011, compared to 14.83 billion afs during the previous year. Local officials said on Saturday the Ministry of Finance had set the province a

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Poor quality oil floods Kabul filling stations

Drivers complain low-quality fuel has flooded Kabul, despite the Afghanistan National Standards Authority (ANSA)’s promise to take measures to curb substandard fuel imports. Trucker Ghulam Hussain said: “The quality of oil is poor and damages diesel-run vehicles.” He complained hed

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Indian, Canadian firms to invest $ 14.6b in Hajigak iron mine

An Indian consortium and a Canadian firm would jointly invest $14.6 billion (729.4 billion afs) in developing the Hajigak iron mine, an official said on Saturday. The mine in central Bamyan province, which is estimated to hold 1.8 billion tonnes

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Iran crisis: US to apply fresh oil sanctions

US President Barack Obama has approved the introduction of fresh sanctions on buyers of Iranian oil. In a statement, Mr Obama said US allies boycotting Iranian oil would not suffer negative consequences because there was enough oil in the world

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Returnees receive assistance in Nangarhar

The refugees department in the eastern province of Nangarhar on Friday disturbed relief items to returnees in Kunar and Laghman provinces, an official said. The assistance including tents and other materials was distributed to families in the Kama district of

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Jacqueline goes Hollywood?

Latest news has it that, model-turned-actress Jacqueline Fernandez, might soon be seen in a Hollywood flick, a Canadian-British venture, ‘Definition of Fear’. The film marks the directorial debut of producer James Simpson. “I have been approached for that. Talks are

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Look how Salman and Aishwarya avoided each other!

It was a grand Bollywood gathering at the Mukesh Ambani bash to celebrate Sachin Tendulkar’s 100 centuries, earlier this week. Ex’s bumped into each other, many exchanged glances and a lot more happened at the bash. Well, lets just come

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Spain in Pain

The Spanish government is due to unveil what is expected to be one of the toughest budgets in its recent history. Newly-elected Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has already warned the budget will be “very austere”. On Thursday, Spanish police clashed

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Uzbekistan not paying commission

Trade revenues from Hairatan port have increased by 22% from last year’s revenues. According to Mr. Rahim Sadiqi, the director of Hairatan’s Land Transport, the revenues have reached 126 million Afs this year compared to 103 million Afs in 1389.

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Gold, gas, petrol prices down in Kabul

Prices of gold, gas and petrol declined during the outgoing week in Kabul, where rates of other essential commodities remained stable, retailers said on Thursday. Abdul Baseer, a jeweler in the Lecce-i-Maryam neighbourhood, told Pajhwok Afghan News the price of

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Burma to float kyat in April to attract investment

Burma has said it will start a managed float of its currency from 1 April to attract foreign investors. The Central Bank of Myanmar (Burma) said the currency, the kyat, will “from now on be determined by supply and demand”.

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Romance in Manali for Ranbir and Deepika!

They were real lovers once upon a time, they are back together once again, but this time on reel. Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone are getting all cosy and romantic, on screen in Manali. They are shooting for director Ayaan

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Economic Development Requires Better Security: MoFA

The Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul said economic development requires improvement in security situation in Afghanistan. Addressing a press conference after a regional economic conference in the Tajik capital, Dushanbe, on Tuesday, Rassoul said economic projects discussed in the conference

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