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    Major reconstruction projects next year: Nuristani

    JALALABAD (PAN): Nuristan Governor Tamim Nuristani said on Tuesday the next solar year would be a year of progress in terms of reconstruction projects for residents of the eastern province.


    Media monitoring body set up in Nangarhar

    JALALABAD (PAN): A media-monitoring commission was established on Monday at the end of a gathering in Jalalabad, the capital of eastern Nangarhar province, officials said.

    Security and Crime

    20-member rebel group joins peace process

    JALALABAD (PAN): A 20-member militant group led by Commander Malik Asil surrendered to the authorities in eastern Nangarhar province on Sunday, an official said.


    20 tractors donated to Nangarhar farmers

    JALALABAD (PAN): Twenty tractors and seed-cleaning machines were donated to farmers of Behsud and Kama districts in eastern Nangarhar province, officials said on Tuesday.

    Security and Crime

    4 injured in an attack on Jalalabad air base

     JALALABAD (PAN): Two Afghan soldiers and two civilians were injured in a Taliban attack on the entrance to a Jalalabad air base, an official said on Tuesday.


    Eikenberry links insurgency to militant hideouts in Pakistan

    JALALABAD (PAN): US ambassador Karl Eikenberry on Thursday said Afghans would continue to face insurgency until militant hideouts in Pakistani are destroyed.

    Security and Crime

    Key highway reopens in Nuristan

    PAROON (PAN): A key highway that connects Wama district with Paroon, the capital of eastern Nuristan province, was reopened for traffic days after it was blocked by the Taliban, officials said on S

    Security and Crime

    Nuristan clash enters second day

    JALALABAD (PAN): Both militants and security forces suffered casualties on the second day of an ongoing clash in eastern Nuristan province, officials said on Tuesday.

    Security and Crime

    40pc of Nuristan police lack weapons: governor

    JALALABAD (PAN): Forty percent of police in the eastern province of Nuristan lack weapons and other equipment needed to fight militants, a senior official said on Monday.

    Security and Crime

    Nuristan clashes leave 4 militants dead: police

    JALALABAB (PAN): Four militants were killed and several others were wounded in clashes with security forces after hundreds of insurgents attacked security posts in the eastern province of Nuristan,