‘Holy Inquisition’ Methods: Archpriest Pavlenko is Kidnapped From Lysychansk

Representatives of the clergy who have a fellow feeling for Russia have become targets for Ukrainian nationalists and the law enforcement agencies under their control, said a member of the People's Council of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR,) Vladislav Berdichevsky, commenting on the kidnapping of Andrei Pavlenko, rector of the St. Tikhvin Cathedral in Lysychansk.

More Than 40% of Patients Positively Assess Medical Care Quality

The satisfaction of citizens with medical care noticeably increased in 2022. Today this indicator is almost 42%, while a year earlier it was 1.5 times lower (25.8%). This is evidenced by the data of an all-Russian sociological study conducted by the Social Mechanics Center.

Eco-Industrial Parks to Replace Landfills

The Government of the Russian Federation has allocated 9.4 billion rubles ($154.76 mln) for creation of eight eco-industrial parks in the regions by 2024. Such resolution was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin on October 31.

Marshal of Soviet Cinema

On November 20, the 95th anniversary of the birth of Mikhail Ulyanov, theater and movie actor and art director of the Vakhtangov Theater (1987-2007) was marked.

Funeral Wreath for new Head of Vladimir Region Development Corporation

Everyone can form a full and objective opinion about this or that “servant of the people” by studying his or her biography and career in detail on the Web in the current era of general informatization. Some can draw the necessary conclusions by personally observing the work of “effective managers.”

Twists and Turns of Eldar Ryazanov’s Fate

The name of the director Eldar Ryazanov is embedded in the treasury of Soviet and Russian cinema. He is rightfully considered a classic of national cinematography. The work of Eldar Ryazanov can be compared to such a giant of Italian cinematography as Federico Fellini.

Russian Regions Clamp Down on Landfills

Within the framework of the Ecology national project the Ministry of Natural Resources has chosen 89 projects for liquidation of dumps in Russia, as the press service of this ministry informed. It is expected that by 2024, 191 landfills will be removed.

Who Wins in Health Care National Project?

Despite the Health Care national project being implemented since 2019, the headlines are full of the information about violations in this sector. Violations in the implementation of the Health Care national project were revealed, in particular, in Kalmykia.

All my Life I Have Been Writing What Interests me: Valentin Krasnogorov

Valentin Krasnogorov is one of the few playwrights who wrote a lot both in the Soviet years and continues to work actively today. His plays are very different in genre, subject matter, and the number of characters in them.

Rosa Khutor is Improving Corporate Governance Arrangements

Rosa Khutor Mountain Resort continues to improve its corporate management system to increase the efficiency of administration of current processes and provide new opportunities for further development.

Kirill Stremousov: Deputy Governor of Kherson Region Died in Road Accident

The part of the Kherson Region was liberated during the special military operation and became part of Russia after the referendum. On November 9, as reported by TASS, Kirill Stremousov, deputy acting governor of the Kherson Region, died in a traffic accident while making a working trip through the region.

ZooFriend Delivers Second Truck of aid to Luhansk

“Russia is again lending us a helping hand, providing assistance not only to the residents of Donbass, but also to animals,” said Alexei Karyakin, chairman of the Public Chamber of the Luhansk People's Republic (LPR.)

Military Glory Day to Commemorate October Revolution

Today, Russia celebrates Military Glory Day and the 105th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution. These two events are closely intertwined and inseparable from one another.

People's Unity Against Outlanders

On November 4, Russia will celebrate National Unity Day. It is the youngest holiday in our history, established in 2005, but it has a long history. 410 years ago, in the distant year of 1612, the people's volunteer corps under the leadership of Kuzma Minin and Prince Dmitry Pozharsky liberated Moscow from the Poles.

Eighth ZooFriend’s Truck is Sent to LPR from Victory Museum

Today, a 20-ton branded truck of the ZooFriend All-Russian campaign, which is carrying food and veterinary medicines to help animal volunteers, animal shelters and equestrian clubs, was sent to the Lugansk People's Republic (LPR) from the Victory Museum in Moscow, where the final meeting of the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation is held.