KARACHI: A delegation of Russian professors and scholars revealed that about 400 government scholarships are available each year for Pakistani students at Russian higher education institutions and expressed hope that the number of Pakistani students benefiting from this facility would increase in the future. A team of officials from theRead More →

Newswise — Today, cancer represented the second leading cause of death worldwide after cardiovascular disease. Over the past decades of cancer research, way of life – particularly physical inactivity, poor diet, obesity, alcoholism and smoking – and random or genetic factors have been identified as major causes in tumor development.Read More →

Today, cancer represented the second leading cause of death worldwide after cardiovascular disease. Over the past decades of cancer research, way of life – particularly physical inactivity, poor diet, obesity, alcoholism and smoking – and random or genetic factors have been identified as major causes in tumor development. However, weRead More →

JSC Rusatom Automated Control Systems (RASU, part of Rosatom) has completed the supply of electrical equipment to the Siberian Chemical Plant (SCC) in Seversk, Tomsk region, for the experimental demonstration energy complex ( ODEK), which is being built as part of the Breakthrough (Proryv) strategic industrial project designed to demonstrateRead More →

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Russia’s announcement to suspend its participation in a grain export deal in the Black Sea requires a strong international response from the United Nations and the major economies of the Group of 20 (G20), said 29 October Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. “This is a completely transparent attempt by Russia toRead More →

According to freelance journalist Farida Rusamova, who cited three sources familiar with Putin’s schedule, the Russian president visited his vacation home on Wednesday. He rests his “body and soul” in the luxury resort, located in a forest, Rusamova said in a Telegram post. MailOnline Reports that it has a three-storyRead More →

In a growing trend of Russian regions creating new business opportunities directly with sovereign nations, Russia’s Tomsk Oblast (province) has sent a trade mission to Azerbaijan. Tomsk companies are discussing bilateral trade with their Azeri counterparts in Baku from September 26-28. Tomsk is in southern Siberia and has a totalRead More →

In a growing trend of Russian regions creating new business opportunities directly with sovereign nations, Russia’s Tomsk Oblast (province) has sent a trade mission to Azerbaijan. Tomsk companies are discussing bilateral trade with their Azeri counterparts in Baku from September 26-28. Tomsk is in southern Siberia and has a totalRead More →

A lawmaker from Russia’s main ruling political party, United Russia, which supports President Vladimir Putin, has applied to be sent to fight in the “special military operation” – what Russia calls its war in Ukraine – has the party’s press office said in a statement on Saturday. statement. Oleg Kolesnikov,Read More →

Riot police detain a protester during an anti-mobilization demonstration in Moscow on Wednesday, September 21. (Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP) At least 1,045 people have been arrested across Russia in a crackdown on anti-war protests in two dozen cities across Russia, according to independent monitoring group OVD-Info on Wednesday. Arrests took place inRead More →

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday welcomed the exchange of prisoners between Ukraine and Russia which led to the release of 10 people, including two Americans. “The United States appreciates that Ukraine includes all prisoners of war, regardless of nationality, in its negotiations, and we look forward toRead More →

Russian opposition voices have called for protests following Wednesday’s speech by President Vladimir Putin declaring partial wartime mobilization. The Russian opposition movement Vesna (Spring) has called for demonstrations against Putin’s 7 p.m. mobilization order in the central squares of all major Russian cities. “Thousands of Russian men – our fathers,Read More →

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Today’s Birthdays is the one-stop-shop where you can learn about Kazakh personalities born on September 20. NAMES Zhumakhan Kuderin (1891-1938) – public and political figure, one of the first Kazakh agronomists. Born in the city of Ayagoz in the East Kazakhstan region, he graduated from the Koksu SchoolRead More →

In August, the port’s container throughput increased by 15% In January-August 2022, the commercial port of Vladivostok PJSC (CPV, a FESCO shipping group company) handled 484,000 TEUs, down 1% year-on-year. In August, the port’s container throughput rose 15% year-on-year to 73.78 thousand TEUs, according to the port’s Telegram channel. AsRead More →

Mayor of Kyiv declares electricity and water supply have been restored after a day of Russian missile strikes on Ukrainian energy facilities, including hydroelectric plants, which caused blackouts, mobile phone blackouts and cuts in water supplies. Live briefing: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine RFE/RL Live briefing gives you all the latestRead More →

Simec Atlantis Energy shares jump 19.36% to 1.85p after battery project milestone announcement Simec announced that it has obtained grid variations for its 230 MW/460 MWh Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) project at Uskmout, and has finalized the novation of the grid connection agreement. The company said the project isRead More →

FESCO Transport Group increased foreign trade cargo transport through Far East ports by 19% in the first half of 2022 year-on-year, from 110,000 to 131,000 TEUs, according to the Group’s press center. “During the first half of the year, FESCO managed to show good results from its foreign trade services.Read More →

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Today’s Birthdays is the one-stop-shop where you can learn about Kazakh personalities born on August 12th. NAMES Shamil Osine (1961) – Deputy of the Majilis of the Kazakh Parliament, 7th convocation, member of the Committee on Agrarian Affairs. Born in the city of Tomsk, Russia, he graduated fromRead More →

By Orientation Falling US economic productivity for two consecutive quarters has fueled fears that the superpower is heading into recession, while African countries could face greater economic challenges due to reduced exports and rising production costs. funding, Orientation reports citing Xinhua. The impending recession in the United States means thatRead More →

Characteristics of the study population During the study period, in all health facilities in the region, 2661 patients were diagnosed with tuberculosis, of which 1544 patients had active pulmonary tuberculosis, and 101 patients were excluded from the study due to resistance types other than MDR/RR-TB, three patients were excluded dueRead More →

UPDATE, 06/10/22: Many reports coming out of Europe have warned that the latest Russian nuclear submarine, Belgorod (K-329), disappeared from its White Sea base. Reports also warn that the ship left the area with its “doomsday” weapons on board: 80ft Poseidon nuclear torpedoes, officially known as 2M39 Status-6 Oceanic MultipurposeRead More →

Eleven years ago this week, an Antonov An-24 aircraft, registration RA-47302 and operated by Angara Airlines, made an emergency landing in the Ob River in Russia. The aircraft was on domestic passenger service from Tomsk Bogashevo Airport (TOF) to Surgut International Airport (SGC) in Russia. Let’s take a closer lookRead More →

NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM Today’s Birthdays is the one-stop-shop where you can learn about Kazakh personalities born on July 1st. NAMES Gaisagali Seitak (1958) – poet, journalist, laureate of the T.Aibergenov prize, laureate of the regional prize Myrzaliyev Mushaira, correspondent of Kazinform INA in the Western Kazakhstan region. Born in the WesternRead More →

MINSK, June 29 (BelTA) — Belarus will cooperate with Russia’s Tomsk Oblast in the field of agriculture and environmental conservation. This issue was discussed at the third meeting of the working group on cooperation between Belarus and Tomsk Oblast, BelTA learned. “We are expanding contacts with Tomsk Oblast in manyRead More →

Often ideas that can change the lives of many people are the result of tragic events. As is the case with a developer from Tomsk, named Nikolai Muravyov. The young man suffered severe trauma, which not only did not break his spirit, but also helped him find a way toRead More →

Aerial photo taken on Sept. 4, 2018 shows a photovoltaic power station in Loufan County, Taiyuan City, north China’s Shanxi Province. In recent years, the county has vigorously developed and utilized solar energy by constructing photovoltaic power stations on barren mountains. (Xinhua/Cao Yang) A research team of Chinese and RussianRead More →

Kremlin agent Konstantin Kudryavtsev, suspected of being behind the attempted attack on Vladimir Putin’s political enemy, Alexei Navalny, has disappeared Russian President Vladimir Putin is suspected of being behind an assassination attempt on Alexei Navalny ( Image: via Reuters) An FSB agent linked to a squad responsible for killing oneRead More →

Georgia has always enjoyed a strong partnership with Canada, its largest export buyer. But in recent years, trade disputes followed by a pandemic have brought unusual uncertainty to the usually dynamic relationship between the United States and Canada. Both parties have discovered a renewed sense of purposeful collaboration, especially asRead More →

Opinion Commentary by Chris Devonshire-Ellis – May 23, 2022 Russia’s pivot to Asia and the geopolitical position of the EU has shifted Asian influence from the West to the borders of Europe By Chris Devonshire-Ellis A yet unrecognized shift in Eurasian geopolitics has occurred as a result of Western sanctionsRead More →

For thirteen years, the World University Ranking by Round University Ranking (RUR) has assessed higher education institutions around the world, with currently 1,300 participants from 85 countries. According to the latest ranking (2022), Tomsk State University has improved its positions and entered the top 100. “The performance of each universityRead More →

NEW DELHI: Amid the raging debate around the criminalization of marital rape, the National Survey of Family Health released the results of a study that hinted at a possible shift toward progressivism, while offering disturbing glimpses of the minds of married men and women in the country. The survey revealedRead More →

Ukraine announced earlier that its forces had retaken villages from Russian troops north and northeast of Kharkiv, pressing a counter-offensive that could signal a change in the momentum of the war and jeopardize the main advance of Russia.. Tetiana Apatchenko, press officer of the 92nd Separate Mechanized Brigade, the mainRead More →

leader of the Russian opposition. Anti-corruption activist. Survivor of an assassination attempt. Prisoner. Alexeï Navalny’s crusade against the Kremlin has earned him many labels. And with the eyes of the world now on Russian President Vladimir Putin amid his brutal invasion of Ukraine, Navalny’s message of resistance takes on newRead More →

They don’t want to live under Putin’s regime, especially after the invasion of Ukraine. They mainly go to Armenia, Georgia and Turkey, then head to Europe or the United States. With the flight of the high-tech giants, Russia risks technological paralysis. Moscow (AsiaNews) – In the convulsive crisis caused byRead More →