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    Governance

    Afghans want Tokyo meet hear domestic issues

    KABUL (PAN): Afghan civil society bodies on Monday urged the international community, attending the Tokyo donors’ conference, to help protect the country’s civil liberties and safeguard the peace process.



    KABUL, May 22, 2012: Youth take part in a race aimed at celebrating World Athletics Day at the National Olympic Committee's stadium in Kabul.
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    Sports

    Taekwondo team wins 8 medals in Vietnam

    KABUL (PAN): The Afghan team won three silver medals and five bronze at the just-concluded Asian Taekwondo Championship in Vietnam.  



    Sports

    Sakhi wins Mr. Muscles title

    KABUL CITY (PAN): Bodybuilder Yousaf Sakhi was on Wednesday clinched the Mr. Muscles title for the current year during a bodybuilding competition in Kabul, an official said.    



    Security and Crime

    Massive suicide attack prevented in Kabul: NDS

    KABUL CITY (PAN): Four rebels, including a Pakistani, were detained and two tonnes of explosives and 250 mines seized separately in Kabul and Nangarhar provinces, an official said on Sunday.



    Sports

    Afghan athletes leave for Vietnam, India

    KABUL (PAN): Afghan powerlifting and taekwondo squads on Monday left for Vietnam and India to participate in international competitions in the two countries, an official said.  



    Culture

    Any change to election timetable unconstitutional: debate

    KABUL (PAN): Civil society activists and political experts on Sunday said any change to the timetable for the next presidential election was against the constitution and could question the vote’s c



    Business & Economics

    Kabul Bank to be privatised in June: Delawari

    KABUL (PAN): The country’s largest private sector that the government took over after it came to the verge of collapse two years back as a result of issuing unauthorised loans to its owners will be privistised in the near future.



    Culture

    National Museum attracts more visitors

    KABUL (PAN): The number of people visiting the National Museum of Afghanistan rose from 16,000 to more than 23,000 last year, officials said on Wednesday, hoping for a further increase.



    Culture

    National Museum attracts more visitors

    KABUL (PAN): The number of people visiting the National Museum of Afghanistan rose from 16,000 to more than 23,000 last year, officials said on Wednesday, hoping for a further increase.