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    BAMYAN CITY, Apr 01, 2014: Zalmai Rassoul, presidential candidate, addresses his campaign gathering in central Bamyan province. PAJHWOK/Hadi Ghafari

    Governance

    Locals-Kochi tribe dispute to be settled: Abdullah

    BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Presidential hopeful Dr. Abdullah Abdullah Monday promised resolving the long-standing dispute between locals and the nomadic Kochi tribe once and for all if he won next Saturday’s election.



    BAMYAN CITY, Mar 31, 2014: Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, presidential candidate, address his campaigning gathering in central Bamyan province.
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    BAMYAN CITY, Mar 29, 2014: Female supporters of Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, presidential candidate, attend his campaign gathering in central Bamyan province.
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    BAMYAN CITY, Mar 29, 2014: Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, presidential candidate, attend his campaign gathering in central Bamyan province.
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    NILI, Mar 26, 2014: A provincial education department official rings school bell for starting new academic year in central Daikundi province.
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    BAMYAN CITY, Mar 24, 2014: Ghulam Ali Ashan, a moderator of Independent Election Commission (IEC) receives treatment at the hospital in central Bamyan province.

    Governance

    Ghani to promote tourism in Bamyan

    BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Presidential candidate Dr Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai on Saturday promised to promote the tourism industry in central Bamyan province and improve highway security if he won next week’s vote.



    Education

    220 Daikundi schools without buildings

    NEILI (Pajhwok): Despite a massive increase in the number of students last fall, 220 schools in central Daikundi province continue to be without buildings, officials said on Wednesday.



    Security and Crime

    IEC observer beaten, hospitalised

    BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): An Independent Election Commission (IEC) observer was hospitalised on Monday after being beaten by a local commander’s supporters in central Bamyan province.