By: ramin , Date:12/10/2015
ZARANJ (Pajhwok): Residents of Nimroz say the media situation in the southwestern province is of grave concern, paving the way for Iranian news outlets to influence the local culture. There are currently no daily n... Read More
By: ramin , Date:30/06/2015
ZARANJ/ (Pajhwok): Former provincial council head of southwestern Nimroz province survived a gun attack that left one of his bodyguards dead, an official said on Tuesday. A security official in Nimroz wishing anony... Read More
By: ramin , Date:20/06/2015
ZARANJ (Pajhwok): The provincial council of southwestern Nimroz province says it has made many achievements in implementing infrastructural projects, but residents complain the council lacks vision to combat adminis... Read More

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ZARANJ (Pajhwok): Residents of Nimroz say the media situation in the southwestern province is of grave concern, paving the way for Iranian news outlets to influence the local culture.
There are currently no daily newspapers in the province, whose residents at times find themselves in a vacuum -- as far as current affairs and coverage of daily happenings are concerned.
Arman and Nawa, private radio stations, air programmes in the province and news bulletins from their offices in the central capital Kabul.

ZARANJ/ (Pajhwok): Former provincial council head of southwestern Nimroz province survived a gun attack that left one of his bodyguards dead, an official said on Tuesday.
A security official in Nimroz wishing anonymity said a group of armed men stormed the house of Najibullah Naser in Zaranj City, the provincial capital, on Monday night.
He said that a body of the former provincial council head died in the incident.
Provincial council secretary Niamatullah Sadiqi said a group of six armed motorcyclists attacked the house of Naser last night at around 9:00pm.

ZARANJ (Pajhwok): The provincial council of southwestern Nimroz province says it has made many achievements in implementing infrastructural projects, but residents complain the council lacks vision to combat administrative graft.
Nimroz provincial council has nine members including two women. On January 28, the lower house of parliament barred provincial councils from overseeing the performance of local departments. The move prompted the councils to go on strike for more than 45 days, regaining the oversight right.

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