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    where they had been involved in anti government activities The main reason behind why the commander to oppose the government was his disregard by the government after the interim administration was established in the country Commander Sadaqat was assigned as a highway lieutenant security chief between Badghis and Faryab provinces and is expected to practically start his work According to him those loyal to the commander if eligible were also said to be recruited to police force and other organs This is the first great government armed oppositions group joined peace process in the province where a group of five had also joined peace process in Ashtarlai district with the government endeavoring much to pave the way for those still remained in opposition with the government Farah 12 armed militants led by Mullah Abdul Rahim resident of Khoshk village of Farah province with their arms joined to peace process 20110919 A 20 member rebel group led by Mullah Nooruddin Mullah Abdul Ghafar has joined the peace process in western Farah province The fighters had been active in Bakwah Bala Baluk and Gulistan districts 20120202 A 11 member group of militants lead by Mullah Yar Mohammad surrendered to the government in the Khak i Safed district of Farah province 20120527 Faryab Six armed groups joined the peace process in Faryab province according to governor Abdul Safaq adding that their commander was Mohammad Ali 20110811 A 7 member group of armed insurgents led by commander Qader joined to peace process in Faryab province 20111213 Ghor Nearly 40 militants including their commanders Mawlawi Zarif Mawlawi Mohammad and Mawlawi Shafiqullah laid down arms and surrendered to authorities in Pasaband district of Ghor province 20110208 Around 100 armed insurgents under Mullah Abdul Karim gave up fighting and joined the peace process in the provincial capital Chighcheran city this afternoon 20120528 Fifty five insurgents including their commander Fazal Haq turned in their weapons to security forces The surrendering elements had been active in Dulina district over the past five years 20120531 Thirty insurgents joined the government initiated peace process in western Ghor province taking the number of militants surrendering 2012 to 14 groups comprised of 300 men Led by Mullah Abdul Karim Mullah Zarif and Mohammad Musa the former fighters reconciled with the government in Shahrak and Charsadda districts 20120802 Mullah Ferooz and Mullah Abdullah two senior commanders of Taliban with their 24 men joined to peace process in Ghoor province Mullah Ferooz and Mullah Abdullah operated against government forces in Doulena and Shahrak districts of Ghor Ghowr province 20130209 Fifty insurgents in Ghor including their commanders Mullah Khudai Rahm and Arbab Samad laid down their weapons and surrendered to the government provincial police Chief Mustafa Mohseni said The insurgents surrendered their weapons in Dawleena district of the province but a number of resident of Ghor have said that one of their commanders was involved in killings and crimes and they have called for his arrest by security forces 20150921 Helmand Two anti armed government groups in Sangin and Musa Qala districts of Helmand joined the peace process The first group is consist of eight personnel with Abdul Bari their commander joined the peace process in Sangin district of Helmand while surrendering the group handed over their weapons as well such as 11 PK 1 RPG Rocket and 4 Klashingov On the same day another group of 11 people joined the peace process in Musa Qala district of Helmand province A few days earlier in Marjah district of Helmand province a group of six insurgents had also joined the peace process 20110108 Abdul Sattar from Kajaki District shunned the insurgency as a result of efforts by the governor Seven AK 47 assault rifles one rocket propelled grenade a walkie talkie and a motorbike were turned over to the security personnel 20120108 Herat Militants under Mullah Jalal were active in Shindand district Herat Province and now they are workingwith the government to establish security in the province officials added 20110320 An Taliban fighter who joined the peace process in the western province of Herat hands a weapon to an intelligence official The five member group was under command of commander Khudai Rahim officials said 20110423 and his supporters surrendered five weapons and renounced opposition to the Government According to APRP programme each commander would be paid about 30 000 afghanis 620 and each fighter about 15 000 afs 20110921 Twelve armed insurgents under Mullah Abdul Salam Dilawar handed over their weapons to security authorities in Adraskan district and joined the peace process 20111127 A 10 member insurgent group laid down its weapons and surrendered to government in western Herat province on Wednesday the National Directorate of Security NDS said in a statement The men and their commander Mullah Gul Ahmad are from the Adraskan District of Herat province the statement said 20111214 30 irresponsible armed men joined the peace process in Obea district of Herat province 20111228 A commander named Arbab Malik j oined the Afghan peace process along with his eight associates in a ceremony attended by Herat governor Dr Daud Shah Saba and provincial police chief Colonel Sayed Agha Saqib and other provincial officials in Chesht district of the province The individuals have also submitted their arms to the police in the province Nearly 400 armed Taliban have so far surrendered in Herat province 20120108 A 14 member group of Taliban fighters including their commander Mullah Basir Ahmad has renounced violence and joined the government in Shindand district of Herat province Tuesday morning 20120110 Thirty more Taliban rebels surrendered in the Afghanistan s western province of Herat on 20120130 including their commander namely Mullah Abdullah Charsy They have renounced violence and joined the peace process in Pashtun Zarghun district 20 Taliban fighters under Mullah Abdul Ghani renounced violence and joined the government initiated peace process in Gulran district on 20120220 Taliban designated district chief for Chesht Mullah Abdul Rahman Maldar along with his four associates on 20120514 joined government initiated peace process in western Herat

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    2012 a team of 18 Afghan powerlifting athletes including two women participated in the first Asian Classic Powerlifting Championships in the Indian city of Coimbatore The two female athletes Freshta Hassani and Sadia Ayoubi won eight gold medals four each in the Championship Similarly in an Asian competition held in Kazakhstan in 2011 Afghan female athletes won three gold and two bronze medals The gold medalists in that competition were

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    Name Afghanistan Radio and Television Union ARTU Ethnic backgr Date of birth Function Grade Background History and Biodata Background A number of registered media outlets in Afghanistan have come together and formed a radio and television union aimed at developing the industry and supporting freedom of expression in the country The newly formed Afghanistan Radio and Television Union ARTU has been registered with the Ministry of Justice and will be

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    and to create opportunities for analysis reflection and debate As an impartial Afghanistan based voice dedicated to research excellence AREU aspires to contribute to the development of inclusive and transparent policymaking processes driven by the priorities of the Afghan people which give rise to better informed policies and programmes that improve Afghan lives AREU was established in 2002 by the assistance community working in Afghanistan and has a board of directors with representation from donors the United Nations and other multilateral agencies and non governmental organisations AREU currently receives core funds from the Embassy of Finland and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation AREU s predecessor the Strategic Monitoring Unit SMU was first envisaged as part of the UN s 1998 Strategic Framework for Afghanistan It was thought that the development of an independent analytical unit could provide the capacity to help the assistance community measure progress against strategic objectives and to document how principles are being applied on the ground There was broad support from the assistance community for the creation of such a unit and in 2000 the SMU was established with a board of directors of equal UN NGO and donor representation The dramatic developments of 2001 and their impact on the nature of assistance work in Afghanistan led to a decision by the Afghanistan Programming Body APB in February 2002 to refocus SMU s work towards research and evaluation The unit s name mission and activities were changed to reflect this shift Today AREU has evolved from a small research unit to a mid sized organisation by expanding its research programmes core activities and staff levels AREU was established in 2002 by the assistance community working in Afghanistan and has a board of directors with representation from donors the United Nations and other multilateral agencies

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    Shia mujahedin groups This name is still used by the party led by Khalili Sarwar Danish the second vice president to Ashraf Ghani is a member as well The second most important of the Wahdat parties is Hezb e Wahdat e Islami ye Mardom e Afghanistan led by Mohammad Mohaqqeq who was second vice presidential candidate to Abdullah and who now will become deputy CEO There are some smaller groups too some officially registered others not None of the Wahdat party leaders considers themselves as religious leaders although all of them have a background of religious education The religious wing of Shia leadership is less pluralistic 20141102 The most powerful religious Shia leader in post 2001 Afghanistan is Ayatollah Mohammad Asef Mohseni who is also a former mujahedin and political party leader For many decades until 2003 he headed the second largest Shia party Harakat e Islami Islamic Movement that had refused to join the original Wahdat party After his retirement as Harakat leader he built the biggest hawza a university like madrassa of Afghanistan in west Kabul the Hawza ye Khatm ul Nabi in that reportedly cost an estimated 17 million US Dollars He also founded the well known

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    1914 The telegraph installation with 2 KW power using mainly for military purposes has been set up in Babour Bagh a historical garden in Kabul City which carries the name of the first emperor of the Mughal dynasty Zahir ud Din Mohammad Babour In 1919 several 50 line and 100 line telephone systems switchboards were installed in the Shahi Du Shamshera post office in Kabul For the first time 14 students were given scholarships to get educated in wireless telegraphy abroad In 1920 another telegraph machine made in Britain was installed in Kabul which was in use until 1932 Afghanistan became a member of the International Telegraph Union ITU on April 12 1928 The ITU established in 1865 was renamed as International Telecommunications Union in 1932 In 1930 seven short wave telegraph and telephone machines were purchased from the Marconi company and installed in Kabul Heart Mazar Maymana and Khost cities Later in 1933 another system with higher power antennas was purchased for the company and installed at the central telegraph building in Kabul In 1949 an automated relay telephone switch with the capacity of 1 300 lines was purchased and its cable network was completed in 1950 In 1953 another telephone switch with the capacity of 5 000 lines was provided from Siemens company and after completion of the network it was activated in 1957 Providing stations accessories from Siemens Company the ministry established telephone links between Kabul and Mazar and between Kabul and Kandahar in 1959 In 1961 a 1 500 line switch was purchased from Czechoslovakia and installed in Kandahar City In the same year there was established link between Kabul and Kandahar Also Kabul was linked with Torkham and southern part of the country Using 3 channel and 12 channel systems and about 14 000 km timber lifted wire line network in Afghanistan at that time telephone communication services were provided across the country The ground links were also used for international and transit calls with some neighboring countries Pakistan Iran and Turkey The total number of the channels that time exceeded 120 Due to increasing demand for telephone services a network expansion plan was launched in Kabul City in 1964 According to which 3 000 telephone lines were expanded in Sher Shah Mena 3 000 telephone lines were expanded in Shar i Naw 200 telephone lines were expanded in Policharkhi and 5 000 telephone lines were expanded in the central area of Kabul City The network was fully activated in 1969 The first international radio transceiver station with the power of 20 kW was installed in Kabul which linked Kabul Paris by radio All international calls were transiting through Paris that time Later in 1964 one 10 kW radio transmitter and two receiver stations were provided from Philips company Netherlands and used to communicate with transit centers in Paris New Delhi London and Moscow In 1973 a network expansion project the Second Telecommunication Project was launched with the technical consultation of ITU in Kabul City

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    end Afghanistan Youth Civil Society Association AYCSA Name Afghanistan Youth Civil Society Association AYCSA Ethnic backgr Date of birth Function Grade Background History and Biodata Chief of Afghanistan Youth Civil Society Association AYCSA Fardeen Fidaee 20150218 Member of AYCSA Mohammad

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    next end Afghanistan Central Asia Transnational Company LLC Name Afghanistan Central Asia Transnational Company LLC Ethnic backgr Date of birth Function Grade Background History and Biodata Head of the U S based Afghanistan Central Asia Transnational Company LLC Nasiruddin Shansab

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