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Ahmad Ramin Amiry, a music student at ANIM, says music has brought a positive change in his life.Many residents of Kabul recently enjoyed live concerts on Wednesdays, courtesy the 4th Annual Afghanistan Winter Music Academy, organised by the Afghanistan National Institute of Music.

women-day-and-EUCelebrating International Women’s Day in Kabul, the European Union Police Mission in Afghanistan (EUPOL) on Saturday said it was encouraging Afghan women to actively partake in the landmark elections.

women-driver-took-to-the-roads-1Few years ago Atifa Mansuri rarely saw another woman driver on the streets of Herat. Today women drivers are a common sight on the roads, and driving schools are making spaces available for eager women trainees.

ghazniA ceremony declaring southern Ghazni province as cultural capital of the Islamic Civilization kicked off in the provincial capital on Sunday, an official said.

“If we continually improve the quality of our education system, so will our country improve,” says Ustad Hasrat.

Afghanistan has been a country of academic and intellectual pursuits. That tradition continues in Nangarhar province, where a young university lecturer and poet was celebrated for his literary contributions.


 Hundreds of students and youth participated in a Seerat-un-Nabi (Life of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad) competition in Jalalabad, the capital of eastern Nangarhar province, on Friday.

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