By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:27/02/2019
FEROZKOH (Pajhwok): A number of women in western Ghor province say they fear the ongoing peace negotiations with the Taliban could lead to a retreat from achievements of the past two de... Read More
By: Pajhwok Reporter , Date:11/02/2019
FIROZKOH (Pajhwok): A young woman has opened a restaurant in western Ghor province and created jobs for another 10 women in Lal wa Sar Jangal district of the province challenging gender-based dis... Read More
By: Muhammad Hassan Hakimi , Date:17/12/2015
FEROZKOH (Pajhwok): Construction work on a school in a far-flung area of western Ghor province has been completed, benefitting 600 students, an official said on Thursday. The school, constructed on two acres of lan... Read More

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CHAGHCHARAN (PAN): Hundreds of civil society activists on Sunday staged a peaceful rally in western Ghor province, asking the government to sign the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the United States.
Around 400 youth and civil society activists took part in the demonstration in front of the provincial council office. The participants urged the government to sign the pact on the residual force that would stay in Afghanistan after 2014.

By Magnus Ohman
What country has the most expensive election campaigns in the world? At a first glance the answer may be obvious; in the recent US elections over 2 billion dollars were spent, and combined with the other elections held at that time, the total spending is estimated to over 6 billion.

 
People in western Ghor province vow to participate in the upcoming elections to help address their challenges, including unemployment, insufficient schools and lack of health services.
Located 980 kilometers from Kabul, mountainous Ghor province has nine districts.
This report was based on interviews conducted with three women and six men from four districts and the capital of the province.

CHAGHCHARAN (PAN): Hundreds of people on Tuesday rallied against non-execution of reconstruction projects in western Ghor province, closing the Chaghcharan bazaar and the provincial council office.
After gathering at a mosque, the protestors, including civil society representatives, provincial council members, businessmen and residents, marched to the provincial capital, chanting: “We want electricity and asphalting of roads.”

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Mawlana Abdul Qadir Imami Ghori was born in 1954 in Ghor province.

In 1975, he completed his education from the Imam Abu Hanifa seminary of Kabul and got degree from the Sharia Department of Kabul University in 2006.

He got his master degree from Peshawar University in Islamic Economics and Islamic Studies. He served as deputy minister for Haj, Auqaf and martyrs and disabled from 1992 till 1996.

He served as deputy minister for Trabal and Borders from 2001 till 2004.

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By: Pajhwok R... , Date:27/02/2019

Peace talks: Ghor women fear retreat on their rights

FEROZKOH (Pajhwok): A number of women in western Ghor prov... Read More

Violations

Commanders forcibly collecting voter cards
By: Muhammad H... , Date:01/04/2014

Commanders forcibly collecting voter cards

  CHAGHCHARAN (Pajhwok): Local commanders and their gunmen are forcibly... Read More

Provincial Council

مردم ولسوالى پسابند در محاصرۀ اقتصادى قرار دارند
By: Muhammad H... , Date:14/10/2015

Pasaband residents...

FIROZKOH (Pajhwok): Residents of Pasaband district of western Ghor province ha... Read More

Parliament

صدها جوان تحصيلکرده در ولايت غور از بيکارى رنج ميبرند
By: Muhammad H... , Date:28/03/2015

Jobless Ghor youth ponder swelling Taliban’s ranks

FEROZKOH (Pajhwok): About 400 educated youth remain unemployed in western Ghor... Read More

Campaign

Abdullah to build Kabul-Herat highway if elected
By: Abdullah to build Ka... , Date:11/06/2014

Abdullah to build Kabul-Herat highway if elected

  FIROZKOH (Pajhwok): Presidential runner Dr. Abdullah Abdullah on Tuesd... Read More