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ORIENTAL ORATORY

ORIENTAL ORATORY

The Middle Age orators were taught rhetoric in order to reach effectiveness of each word, phrase and tone, to be able to touch an audience with a particular idea, thought, concept, ideology, and opinion.


First sign of enhanced U.S.-Russia relations under Trump: An invite to Syria talks

First sign of enhanced U.S.-Russia relations under Trump: An invite to Syria talks

Russia has invited the incoming Trump administration to Syrian peace talks it is sponsoring later this month with Turkey and Iran, part of a process from which the Obama administration pointedly has been excluded.


India's trade deficit narrows to $10.37 billion in December

India's trade deficit narrows to $10.37 billion in December

India's trade deficit narrowed to $10.37 billion in December from provisional $13 billion a month ago, government data showed on Friday.


Only strange people succeed!

Only strange people succeed!

When told the school has a tendency to produce slightly odd people, Yuan Yafei lights up. “Good! Only strange people can succeed… I’m very strange.”


Mongolia asked from Russia $1.6 billion without explaining why

Mongolia asked from Russia $1.6 billion without explaining why

Mongolian authorities have requested $1.6 billion (100 billion rubles) as a concessional loan from Russia, but haven’t provided an explanation as to why they need it


Tourist destinations: Mulla Bazar Ahund memorial complex in Namangan

Tourist destinations: Mulla Bazar Ahund memorial complex in Namangan

The Mulla Bazar Ahund memorial complex is situated in Kurashkhana district of Namangan. 


A new agreement within ESCAP

A new agreement within ESCAP

Within the framework of the Ministerial Conference on Transport organized by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the representatives of Russia, China and Mongolia have signed an intergovernmental agreement on road freight transportation along the new Asian transport corridor.

 


2016 – The year of Uzbekistan in boxing

2016 – The year of Uzbekistan in boxing

UZBEKISTAN, a country of a little over 30 million people, topped the men’s ring medal table at Rio 2016, with seven medals overall, just edging out the legendary Cubans who finished with six medals. It is however, a different story for women boxers from Uzbekistan who have yet to win either a World Championship medal or an Olympic medal. Perhaps their time will come soon?