Jalalabad

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. * '''Stadiums''' ** Sherzai Cricket Stadium (under construction) ** National Football Stadium The province is represented in domestic cricket competitions by the Nangarhar province cricket team. National team member Hamid Hasan was born in the province and he currently represents Afghanistan in international cricket. The Ghazi Amanullah Khan International Cricket Stadium is the first international standard cricket stadium in Afghanistan. It is located in the Ghazi Amanullah Khan Township

Hamid Gul Hamid Gul , with inclusion of U.S. ambassador to Pakistan (United States Ambassador to Pakistan) Robert Oakley (Robert B. Oakley). Known as Battle of Jalalabad (Civil war in Afghanistan (1989–1992)), it was intended to gain a conventional victory on Soviet Union after Soviet Union had withdrawn (Soviet troop withdrawal from Afghanistan) its troops. The central planner of this operation was Lieutenant

-General Hamid Gul (General Hamid Gul) who gained Bhutto's permission and authorization after he had briefed her on the Afghanistan situation. The mission, planned solely by Lieutenant-General Hamid Gul, brutally failed in a matter of two months with no effective results produced. The morale of the mujahideen involved in the attack slumped and many local commanders ended truces with the government. ref name "Yousaf


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** Mausoleum of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan ** Mausoleum of Mohammad Gul Khan Momand * Nangarhar University * Ameer Shaheed Garden. Do * Go for fishing along river side. * Go swimming. Buy * '''Handicraft''' - one of most famous products of East, incliding clothes, carpets, and cotton-made gifts. * '''Mangee''' - you can find many ceramics, such as tableware and pieces for decoration * '''Pakool - Waskat''' - traditional Afghan clothing, normally including a special hot and warm hat and special

black jacket Money *'''Afghanistan International Bank (AIB)''' has a branch in Jalalabad. *'''Kabul Bank''' has a branch in Jalalabad. *'''Azizi Bank''' has a branch in Jalalabad. *'''Afghanistan National Bank''' has a branch in Jalalabad. *'''Western Union''' has several offices in Jalalabad. Eat * Go for special "Pakora" Food on Hindu Street


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. * '''Stadiums''' ** Sherzai Cricket Stadium (under construction) ** National Football Stadium The province is represented in domestic cricket competitions by the Nangarhar province cricket team. National team member Hamid Hasan was born in the province and he currently represents Afghanistan in international cricket. The Ghazi Amanullah Khan International Cricket Stadium is the first international standard cricket stadium in Afghanistan. It is located in the Ghazi Amanullah Khan Township


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** Mausoleum of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan ** Mausoleum of Mohammad Gul Khan Momand * Nangarhar University * Ameer Shaheed Garden. Do * Go for fishing along river side. * Go swimming. Buy * '''Handicraft''' - one of most famous products of East, incliding clothes, carpets, and cotton-made gifts. * '''Mangee''' - you can find many ceramics, such as tableware and pieces for decoration * '''Pakool - Waskat''' - traditional Afghan clothing, normally including a special hot and warm hat and special


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to large audiences. His closing years were spent in literary work. After the Franco-Prussian War, he had published ''My experiences of the war between France and Germany'', and a military novel entitled ''Drawn from Life'' (1871). These were followed by numerous publications after his retirement from active journalism, including ''Glimpses through the Cannon Smoke'' (1881); ''Chinese Gordon, a succinct record of his life'' (1884); ''Souvenirs of some Continents'' (1885); ''William I. of Germany: a Biography'' (1888); ''Havelock'', in the ''English Men of Action Series'' (1890); ''Barracks, Bivouacs, and Battles'' (1891); ''The Afghan Wars'' (1892); ''Czar and Sultan'' (1895); ''Memories and Studies of War and Peace'' (1895), in many respects autobiographical; and ''Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde'' (1896). Moorcroft continued his journeys; Kashmir was reached on 3 November 1822, Jalalabad on 4 June 1824, Kabul on 20 June, and Bokhara on 25 February 1825. By this time the army had settled down to the quiet life of cantonments, and Lady Sale (Florentia Sale) and her daughter came to Kabul. But the policy of the Indian government in stopping the subsidy to the frontier tribes roused them into hostility, and Sale's brigade received orders to clear the line of communication to Peshawar. After severe fighting Sale entered Jalalabad on 12 November 1841. Ten days previously he had received news of the murder of Sir Alexander Burnes, along with orders to return with all speed to Kabul. These orders he, for various reasons, decided to ignore; suppressing his personal desire to return to protect his wife and family, he gave orders to push on, and on occupying Jalalabad at once set about making the old and half-ruined fortress fit to stand a siege. There followed a close and severe investment (investment (military)) rather than a siege, and the garrison's sorties were made usually with the object of obtaining supplies. As a low pass, Broghol has been often proposed but seldom used as an invasion route. During the 19th century, the British (United Kingdom) greatly feared that the Russians would use Broghol to invade the heartland of British India. However, the Russians never did that, probably because after crossing Broghol they would have had to walk more than 200 miles down to Jalalabad or else would have had to cross another equally high pass to reach Ishkoman. Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad


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annual appeal for $133 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, but warned Taliban leaders that policies toward conduct of women would have to change. *In Jalalabad, Afghanistan, the local Department for Promoting the Good and Suppressing the Bad issued a directive prohibiting taxi driver (taxicab driver)s from giving rides to women wearing chadors. *UNICEF announced that it would stop funding education projects in Kabul, Afghanistan if girls were


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was established in 1962 as a medical college. 4 It was later merged with other local colleges to become a full-fledged university. It now houses faculties in agriculture, engineering, education, medicine, theology, pedagogy, political science and veterinary medicine. Nangarhar consists of many faculties including engineering, political science, economics, teachers' training, veterinary, and computer science. Nangarhar Medical Faculty (NMF) is the second largest medical school in Afghanistan. They also take part in an e-learning program organized by Afghans Next Generation e-Learning. The nearest village within walking distance of Jalalabad is Ghouchak. Sister cities San Diego, California, USA (San Diego) See also * Battle of Jellalabad * Gul Agha Sherzai * Jalalabad Airport * Fazal Haq Mujahid * Provincial Reconstruction Team * International Security Assistance Force References Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad


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not allowed by the Taliban to go to school. *Tetsu Nakamura, a Japanese doctor, traveled from Peshawar in Pakistan to Afghanistan to evacuate Japanese health clinic staffers. He stayed in Jalalabad for three days, providing medical attention to refugees. He then travelled to Pakistan in the summer of 2001 in order to study at one of the madrasahs situated there. Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad


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, and writing with his right hand although bin Laden was left-handed. Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad


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Jalalabad

'''Jalalabad''' (Pashto (Pashto language) Persian (Persian language): جلال آباد ''

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