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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war in Afghanistan (1989–1992)), it was intended to gain a conventional victory on Soviet Union after Soviet Union had withdrawn (Soviet troop withdrawal from Afghanistan) its troops.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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to Afghanistan, where he according to his own statements stayed with a family in Jalalabad. Ghezali stated that: Guantanamo Swede seeks damages, ''The Local'', 23 July 2004 "''I lived a simple life, playing with the children and seeing how Afghans lived.''" December 1896 A slight collision takes place between the forces of the Khan of Nawagai, whose territory was threatened by the Afghans at Mittai, and the Khan of Pashat, and the Afghan force moves down the Kunar River about fifteen miles (24 km) from Asmar to protect their communications with Jalalabad, but nothing more serious happens, and the final solution of the frontier question is in a fair way of settlement. The arrangements for the demarcation of the boundary between British Baluchistan (Baluchistan (Chief Commissioners Province)) and Persia (Persian Empire) from Koh-i-Malik Siah on the north, to a point near Jalk, are concluded, and pillars are to be set up in the desert marking the frontier. - JAA OAJL Jalalabad Airport Jalalabad, Afghanistan - War crimes Born circa 1963, Faryadi Sarwar Zardad is Pashtun and a former Mujahideen leader who fought during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. He ran a Sarobi checkpoint, blocking the major route heading from Jalalabad into Kabul, that commonly robbed, abducted (kidnapping) and killed travellers between 31 December 1991 to 30 September 1996. In July 2006, Sherzai narrowly escaped an assassination attempt at a funeral outside Jalalabad. The attempt killed five police officers and wounded several more people, including some children. He opened the newly built highway connecting Jalalabad city with Torkham, which is the border town between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Pakistan's prime minister Shaukat Aziz were also present there during the inauguration. Qaeda behind assassination attempt: Sherzai Taliban forces took credit for the attack. For security reasons, the Asian Development Bank had proposed alternative routes in Afghanistan. One alternative was through Taskepri in Turkmenistan to Shebarghan and then through Balakh, Mazar-i-Sharif, Samangan, Kabul and Jalalabad in Afghanistan, and Peshawar, Nowshera (Nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Islamabad and Lahore in Pakistan to India. Another alternative was a route through Serhetabat, Shindand, Delaram, Kandahar, Quetta, Lora Lai, Dera Ghazi Khan and Multan. Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad

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11th chapterurl http: archive.org stream encyclopaediabri15chisrich#page 130 mode 2up chapter Jalalabad ;Published in the 21st century * *

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Pieces of red clay pottery The discovery of etched carnelian beads and non-etched barrel beads in Kish (Kish (Sumer)) and Ur (modern Iraq), Jalalabad (Afghanistan) and Susa (Iran) attest to the popularity of the Indus bead industry across West Asia. Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad

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consolidated power in the northwest, Chandragupta pushed east towards the Nanda Empire. Afghanistan's significant ancient tangible and intangible Buddhist heritage (Pre Islamic Hindu and Buddhist heritage of Afghanistan) is recorded through wide-ranging archeological finds, including religious and artistic remnants. Buddhist doctrines are reported to have reached as far as Balkh even during the life of the Buddha (563 BCE to 483 BCE), as recorded by Husang Tsang (Xuanzang). Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad

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French soldiers dead, and a October 3, 2009 attack by 150 insurgents which overwhelmed a remote outpost in Nuristan Province, killing eight American soldiers and wounding 24. page 148 *One of the allegations against Riyad Bil Mohammed Tahir Nasseri was: ''"The detainee received military training at the Derunta camp Wikipedia:Jalalabad Commons:Category:Jalalabad

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, and writing with his right hand although bin Laden was left-handed. In 2004, they won the BAFTA Award (British Academy of Film &amp; Television Arts) for Interactive Arts Installation for The House of Osama bin Laden, the trilogy of art works resulting from their visit.<

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, and moved its armed forces via the Khaybar pass and Quetta towards Jalalabad and Qandahar, respectively. Unable to offer effective military resistance, on 23 December 1878, the Amir left Kabul for Turkestan, intending to seek Russian aid for the defense of his domains. Sher Ali died on 21 February 1879 near Balkh and his son, Mohammad Yaqub Khan, declared himself Emir of Afghanistan. On 26 May 1879, after preliminary correspondence with Cavagnari and prior

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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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monks, mostly Mahayana. This was part of the fabled old land of Gandhara. Xuanzang took part in a religious debate here, and demonstrated his knowledge of many Buddhist schools. Here he also met the first Jains (Jainism) and Hindus of his journey. He pushed on to Adinapur Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record (Great Britain) Volume 1, page 43 (Science) 1879. (later named Jalalabad) and Laghman, where he considered himself


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

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