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    Lodin: We can’t register powerful figures’ assets

    KABUL CITY (PAN): The High Office of Oversight and Anti-Corruption (HOOAC) chief on Monday acknowledged its inability to register the assets of powerful figures.


    Four-year biodiversity strategy devised

    KABUL (PAN): The National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) on Tuesday announced a four-year national strategy for biodiversity, and set in motion the process of its implementation.

    Business & Economics

    Residents robbed of cash in name of power supply

    KABUL CITY (PAN): Promising to resolve power supply problems, some community representatives have been collecting illegally money from residents of central Kabul province.

    Business & Economics

    $8.9m fruit juices exported since April 20

    KABUL CITY (PAN): Afghanistan has exported fruit juices worth 450 million afghanis ($8.9 million) to foreign countries, including Pakistan and India, in less than two months, an official said on Saturday.   

    Business & Economics

    Power supply centres at industrial park open

    KABUL (PAN): A dozen power supply centres, with 25 megawatts capacity and benefitting 12 industries in the Kabul Industrial Parks, were inaugurated on Monday.    

    Business & Economics

    A Kabul shoeshiner who wants to be a doctor

    KABUL (PAN): Getting to grips with poverty, Farzana is determined to eke out a living with dignity -- working as a shoe-shiner in daytime before going to school. Despite the overwhelming odds she is faced with, the 15-year-old is determined to become a doctor.


    Host nations to help Afghan refugees: Anwari

    KABUL (PAN): The minister of refugee and repatriation affairs said on Wednesday the international community and regional countries have pledged facilities for the Afghans who are ready to return ho

    Security and Crime

    Rahmani was told about assassination plot: NDS

    KABUL (PAN): The National Directorate of Security (NDS) on Sunday claimed it had prior information about the assassination plot of a prominent High Peace Council member Maulvi Arsala Rahmani, who w

    Business & Economics

    Work on significant power projects resumes

    KABUL (PAN): Ministry of Water and Energy officials on Wednesday said that work on two power projects that were delayed for security reasons had started. The projects are aimed at increasing electricity supply to Laghman and Kunduz provinces.

    Business & Economics

    UAE to train Afghan airport employees

    KABUL CITY (PAN): The Ministry of Transport and Aviation on Monday signed a contract with a United Arab Emirates (UAE) firm for training