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Russian Law: Parliament in Action
In this week's review, we look at legislative attempts to regulate the language, the move to close loopholes for Russia-based tax-evading Americans and a bill to keep dangerous criminals locked up without the chance of an early release.
--22-06-2014--
Russia's Unique Letter Deserves a Law
The Russian government said it would work out a law to regulate the usage of letter . Russia-IC looks into what has triggered such a response.
--22-09-2012--
History of Russian Language
The beginning of the Old Russian literary language is considered to coincide with the period of formation of the Kiev state the 11th century. The Slavic language material by means of high Greek literature and culture promoted the formation of writing language.
--04-07-2012--


News:

4th Russian Language and Literature Festival Held in India
Trivandrum hosted the international festival organized jointly with the Russian Cultural Center, the Russian World Foundation and the Pushkin Russian Language Center.
--28-12-2016--
Scientists to Establish How Russian Language Influences Mentality
Domestic specialists with assistance of the Russian Scientific Fund will find out the way a language influences peculiarities of various peoples' thinking.
--20-09-2016--
Big Universal Russian Dictionary Published for Birthday of Vladimir Dahl
The Big Universal Russian Dictionary has been published in the framework of the national program Dictionaries of the 21st Century.
--23-11-2015--
Syrian Schoolchildren to Teach Russian Language
Syrian school students will get the opportunity to choose Russian as a second foreign language for learning starting from the next academic year.
--08-01-2014--
Russian Language Loses Popularity Abroad - Official
On Friday, December 13, Russian official reported at a special conference that the number of Russian speakers worldwide has declined by about 120 million people in the past 20 years.
--17-12-2013--
Russian Lawmakers Plan to Make Russian an Official EU Language
On Thursday, November 28, a Russian lawmaker said that Russian State Duma, the lower house of Russian Parliament, would consider initiative to make Russian language an official language of the EU.
--29-11-2013--
Bill on Language Test for Migrants Approved in First Reading
On Wednesday, April 10, Russian Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, approved in the first reading a bill introducing obligatory testing in Russian language, history and laws for labour migrants.
--11-04-2013--
Media Swearing Bill Signed into Law
On Monday Russian president signed a law making the use of obscene language by media outlets punishable by fines.
--09-04-2013--
Russian Lib Dems to Introduce Fines for Using Foreign Words
The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) has submitted a bill imposing fines of up to 50,000 rubles (about $1,700) on officials for using foreign words that have Russian equivalents in public speeches.
--22-02-2013--
Migrant Workers to Face Russian Language Tests
Migrant workers arriving in Russia to find job will be forced to face tests of their knowledge of the Russian language, as a new law comes into force.
--04-12-2012--
Fabio Capello Suffers From Cyrillic Alphabet
Showing good results on the pitch, new Russia's national team coach, Fabio Capello, confesses the Russian language is the biggest problem for him now.
--10-10-2012--
Russian Language Officially Enters Ukrainian Regions
Odessa has become the first Ukrainian city to officially recognize the Russian language on a regional level, leading a host of other regions with a substantial Russian-speaking population.
--20-08-2012--
Russian Language May Become "Regional" In Kyiv And Throughout Ukraine
Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada has for the fourth time supported the law giving the Russian language the status of a regional language of the country. In the event of the law being signed by the President Yanukovich, Russian language will become officially spoken in 13 regions and in the cities of Kyiv and Sebastopol.
--30-07-2012--
The Russian Question Provokes a Fight In the Verkhovna Rada in Ukraine
An attempt to discuss the law that acknowledges Russian language in Ukraine was halted by the opposition parties. A fight between the Verkhovna Rada deputees ensued.
--25-05-2012--
Lenin Still the Most Translated Author
Father of the Bolshevik Revolution, Vladimir Lenin, has ranked the fifth in a list of the most translated authors in the world.
--24-04-2012--
Latvians Vote to Make Russian an Offiicial Language
All over the world, Latvian citizens can vote to make Russian a second national language. The deadline for collecting votes is November 30.
--14-11-2011--
New Award for Translators is Founded
On the 6th of October, a recently opened the Insitute of Translation presented a new award "Read Russia", which will honour the best translators from the Russian into foreign languages.
--11-10-2011--





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