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about 1510 - 5 (15) December 1583
Gala Dali
26 August 1894 - 10 June 1982
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Articles:

Bad Debts of the Russians Are Growing
The past-due debts on the public loans have increased by 48 percent - up to 652 billion roubles - since the beginning of the year.
--17-11-2014--
Victory Day: Our Warm Words
Today Russia marks the 67th anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union in the Second World War in 1945 - the Victory Day. So many words of gratitude for Russian soldiers were said previously, and even more must be said in the future. We decided to make our contribution to this day, collected the best pictures and translated signs about war and victory, grief and memory. So the unique photo collection is now available for you in English. We remember. We are proud.
--09-05-2012--
Friday Fun: Crazy Russians - Photo Collection
Though Russian people don't smile often and don't look very easygoing in foreigners' eyes, they surely know the best ways to have some fun. Many of their actions may look really crazy, but that is what makes life in Russia so interesting, doesn't it? Today, in Friday Fun, we want to show you some of the best pictures in our "Crazy Russians" collection. And that's not all! Enjoy!
--27-04-2012--
Friday Fun: Demotivational Posters About Russia
Today is Friday, and we want to show you something slight and funny. Of course, some of jokes about life in Russia are just old stereotypes, but the truth is that Russians have a good sense of humour and always can laugh at themselves. So, today we are happy to show you a funny set of demotivational posters, dedicated to Russia. Enjoy!
--20-04-2012--
People from the Urals Region You Should Know
Summing up the month of the Urals region on our site, we want to present you the list of the most prominent and famous Ural people, who was born or spent most of their life there. This list will help you to navigate among many talented Russian people and find the person, you want to learn more about.
--05-10-2011--
"Live Fast, Die Young" - 10 Russian Celebrities Gone Too Soon
They weren't able to stay in this world a little longer. But their short life was full of events and achievements. They enriched Russia with their talents and remained in history and people's memory. There is a list of 10 young Russian celebrities who died being below the age of 30, inclusive.
--29-08-2011--
Why Young Russians Leave the Country?
Migration becomes more and more intense nowadays. Do we know why it happens and how to make use of these processes?
--22-08-2011--
Russian Nobel Laureates
The full list of Russian Nobel laureates, including short information about them and links to the big biographic and theme articles from our site.
--12-08-2011--
The Ex-colonel's Case
Russian Army ex-colonel Yuri Budanov was shot dead this Friday. There were six shots made by unknown person, four of them struck Budanov in the head.
--22-05-2012--


News:

Minimum Prices for Vodka in Russia Raise to $5.50
The official minimum price for vodka was raised to 199 rubles (or $5.50) at the beginning of March 2014, and 37 percent of Russians said they would not pay more for the spirit, according to the poll.
--27-03-2014--
Russians Don't Believe in Friendship with Ukraine
Only four percent of Russians describe relations between Moscow and Kiev as friendly, an independent pollster revealed on Wednesday.
--28-02-2014--
Russia Has Some the Longest Holidays in the G20 - Report
Russia's working people enjoy among the longest paid vacations and the largest number of official holidays of those in the world's leading economies, according to the Russian survey.
--10-02-2014--
Over Half of Russians Miss Soviet Union
More than half of Russians regret the breakup of the Soviet Union and believe that it could have been avoided, a recent poll by an independent pollster revealed on Tuesday.
--15-01-2014--
Over 60,000 Russians Diagnosed with HIV in 2013
More than 62,000 Russians were tested positive for HIV this year, the acting head of Russias sanitary watchdog said on Tuesday.
--25-12-2013--
Khodorkovsky Leaves Russia After Being Released from Jail
On Friday, December 20, jailed Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky was released after Russian president signed a decree pardoning him. The most famous prisoner in Russia left the country to visit his sick mother in Germany.
--20-12-2013--
Russian Patriotism Has Declined Under Current President
The number of Russians who call themselves patriots has dropped by eight percent since the current Russian president first took office 13 years ago, a new poll released by the independent Levada Center pollster reveales.
--19-11-2013--
Russian Famous AK-47 Inventor Is Hospitalized
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the 94-year old inventor of the worlds most popular firearm, the AK-47, has been admitted to intensive care, Russian republic of Udmurtia's officials report.
--18-11-2013--
Famous Russian Actress Olga Aroseva Passes Away
On Sunday, October 13, famous and beloved Soviet-Russian theatre and movie actress Olga Aroseva passed away in the 88th year of her life, Moscow Academical Theatre of Satire reports on its official website.
--14-10-2013--
Russian Society Is Between Foreign Trips and Church - Poll
Taking vacations abroad, running a business, doing sports and going to church are named the most popular trends in Russian society, a recent opinion poll reveals.
--08-10-2013--
Disney to Make Movie about Kasparov's Legendary Chess Battle with Computer
Disney company has acquired the screen rights to a play about Russian chess legend Garry Kasparovs 1997 match against the IBM computer Deep Blue, a legendary battle between the human brain and artificial intelligence.
--03-10-2013--
Russia Ranks 68th of 156 in World Happiness Report
Russia has become a relatively happier country after climbing 8 spots and becoming 68th of 156 in World Happiness Report released by Columbia University on Monday.
--30-09-2013--
Russia Now Has the 2nd Largest Number of Immigrants in the World
Russia hosts the worlds largest population of immigrants after the United States, according to a new UN study.
--28-09-2013--
Khodorkovsky Nominated for Sakharov Prize
Jailed former head of oil giant Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky has been nominated by European lawmakers for the European Parliaments Sakharov prize celebrating freedom of thought.
--26-09-2013--
Russian Woman Arrested for Trying to Open Jet Door in Mid-Air
Hong Kong authorities arrested a Russian woman who tried to open a plane emergency exit in mid-air Thursday, the Russian Consulate General said.
--24-09-2013--
Billionaire Abramovich Is No Longer an Owner of the Largest Yacht
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich has lost his title of the owner of the world's largest yacht as the Emirati royal family has purchased the recently-built Azzam, which is 57-feet longer than his Eclipse.
--13-08-2013--
Leonardo DiCaprio to Play Grigory Rasputin
Famous Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio is set to play the infamous Russian mystic and confidante of the Romanov Russian royal family, Grigory Rasputin, in a new biopic.
--11-06-2013--
90 Percent of Russian Computer Users Are Gamers
A total of 87 percent of Russian Internet users are playing computer games monthly, most of them are women and the average age of a gamer is 34 years, a recent survey reveals.
--10-06-2013--
University Student Becomes Miss Moscow 2013
Darya Ulyanova, a twenty-one-year-old student at Moscow State University, has been crowned as Miss Moscow 2013, the beauty pageant organizers said on Sunday.
--03-06-2013--
Russian Birth Rate Up in 2012
The birth rate in Russia grew by 5.6 percent year-on-year in 2012, though the demographic situation is still not very good, Russian Health Minister Veronika Skvortsova reports.
--28-05-2013--
Russians Say Brezhnev Was Best Country's Leader
Over half of Russians believe Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev was the best head of state in the past century, a poll by Levada Center has revealed.
--27-05-2013--
Russian Film Director Pyotr Todorovsky Passed Away
Russian film director and screenwriter Pyotr Todorovsky died on May 24 in Moscow, on the 88th year of his life.
--26-05-2013--
Two Third of Russians Use Internet Daily
About 59 percent of Russians are Internet users, which three percents more than last year, according to the recent survey conducted by an independent pollster, Levada Center.
--21-05-2013--
Boris Berezovsky Buried in England
Russian self-exiled tycoon Boris Berezovsky's funeral ceremony took place on May 8, in a British town of Woking near London, in the Brookwood cemetery.
--13-05-2013--
Most Russians Respect Lenin and Want His Body to Be Buried
A poll timed to the 143rd birthday of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin (April 22) shows that the majority of Russians consider his role played in the countrys history as positive.
--24-04-2013--
Abramovich Tops List of Most Charitable Russians
Russian tycoon and Chelsea Football Club owner, Roman Abramovich, is named Russias most generous philanthropist, Bloomberg reports.
--23-04-2013--
Russian Billionaire Tops Sunday Times Rich List
Alisher Usmanov, the owner of Metalloinvest metals giant and a major shareholder in London's Arsenal Football Club, has topped the Sunday Times Rich List in 2013.
--22-04-2013--
Only One Russian on List of Most Influential People
Only one Russian person was included into the Time's 2013 list of the worlds top 100 most influential people, and he is not the Russian president.
--21-04-2013--
Russians Prefer to Spend their Spare Time with TV
Quarter of Russians prefer siting in front of television in their spare time, according a survey by the Public Opinion Foundation (FOM).
--08-04-2013--
Russian Businessman Polonsky Released From Cambodian Jail
Russian former billionaire Sergei Polonsky has been released from a jail in Cambodia after three months of detention.
--03-04-2013--
Russian Army Starts Spring Draft
The annual spring induction into the armed forces, which started on April 1, expects to call up 153,200 young men for peacetime military service.
--02-04-2013--
Boris Berezovsky May Be Buried in Russia
Moscow is agreed to consider burying self-exiled Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky in Russia if there will be such a requst, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
--25-03-2013--
Russian Officer Awarded for Preventing Nuclear War
This Sunday, a retired Soviet lieutenant colonel was honored with a Dresden Prize for preventing a nuclear war from being triggered by a long-classified accident in 1983.
--18-02-2013--
Former Gazprom "Gas King" Dies
The former CEO of Russian leading energy company, Rem Vyakhirev has died on Monday at the age of 78.
--12-02-2013--
100,000 Signatures Gathered for Russian Parliament Dissolution
Over 100,000 signatures were collected by an opposition "Novaya Gazeta" newspaper in support of an early dissolution of the lower house of Russian Parliament.
--10-01-2013--
Russian Orthodox Believers Celebrate Christmas
Many thousands Russian orthodox believers gathered on the night on January 7 in churches to attend Christmas services.
--07-01-2013--
Over 1,000 Moscow Couples Married on 12/12/12
More than 1,000 couples from Moscow took all possible efforts to tie knot on this century's last magic date, - 12/12/12, a spokeswoman for Moscow registry offices reports.
--13-12-2012--
Russians Believe Their Country Is Respected
Two thirds of the Russians believe the rest of the world fears and respects their country, according to a new opinion poll conducted by the state-run pollster Public Opinion Foundation.
--11-12-2012--
Russian State Lottery Searching for $2.8 Million Jackpot Winner
Russian state-run lottery Gosloto said on Friday that the winner of an 87-million ruble (2.8 million) jackpot has still not put himself on the map.
--08-12-2012--
TIME Magazine Nominates Pussy Riot for 2012 Person of the Year
An American weekly news magazine Time has included Russian punk band Pussy Riot in the list of candidates for the 2012 Person of the Year.
--27-11-2012--
Russian Traffic Police Hire Guarding Angels to Remind about Traffic Rules
A woman with white wings and a halo has been spotted on the busiest streets of Russias Kaliningrad region to warn drivers against speeding.
--19-11-2012--
Court Paroles Russian Scientist Sentenced for Espionage
On Tuesday, a district court in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk paroled a Russian physicist Valentin Danilov who was imprisoned in 2004 for spying for China.
--14-11-2012--
Utilities Is Russia's Biggest Problem
According to a recent poll, Russians say the critical situation in the housing and utilities sector is Russias most pressing problem.
--13-11-2012--
Russian Driver Refused to Pay Fine Over Coming Apocalypse
A man from western Siberia has refused to pay his traffic fine saying it was pointless as the world would end in December, according to the Mayan prophecy.
--30-10-2012--
Moscow Underground Railway Ex-Head Dies
Former chief of Moscow's subway, Dmitry Gayev, has died at the age of 61, his lawyer reported on Sunday.
--29-10-2012--
A Monument To the Father-Founder of Udmurtia Unveiled In Izhevsk
A monument to the father-founder of the Republic of Udmurtia, Trofim Borisov, was recently unveiled in Izhevsk.
--10-10-2012--
A Monument to Yul Brynner Unveiled in Vladivostok
An Oscar-winning actor Yul Brynner was actually Russian - he was born in 1920 in Vladivostok. A monument to a talented Russian-American actor was recently unveiled in Vladivostok.
--28-09-2012--
More Russians Want to Live Abroad
Almost a third of Russian people would like to move abroad, according to the recent poll by Romir pollster.
--26-09-2012--
Five Millionth Resident Born in St. Petersburg
The five millionth resident of St. Petersburg was born this weekend, on September 22, the city's governor Georgy Poltavchenko reports.
--25-09-2012--
Man with $1.7 Mln Watch Detained at Moscow Airport
A Russian traveler was detained at Moscows Domodedovo airport on Monday, as customs officials found out he was carrying a gold watch worth $1.7 million.
--18-09-2012--
Russia's Oldest Man Dies at 122
Magomed Labazanov, the longest living man in Russia, had died at the age of 122 in his home in the village of Serebryakovka in Dagestan.
--12-09-2012--
Immigration Helps to Increase Russian Population
Russias population rose by 85,600 since the beginning of 2012 year, reaching 143.1 million as of July 1, mainly because of immigration.
--21-08-2012--
Teen Finds Radioactive Isotope Worth $300,000 on a Bus
A teenager from Ulyanovsk took an ownerless bag from a passenger minibus and later found it contained a rare selenium isotope worth at least $300,000.
--15-08-2012--
Russian Traveller Hitchhikes Around the World in 777 Days
A Siberian traveller, Konstantin Zhuravlyov, has hitchhiked around the world, visiting 37 countries in 777 days.
--13-08-2012--
Honoured Russian Actor Fyodor Chekhankov Passes Away
People's Artist of Russia, Central Academic Theatre of the Russian Army's actor, Fyodor Chekhankov, died on Wednesday in Moscow, on the 73rd year of his life.
--02-08-2012--
Harvard Scientist Rescued After 5 Days in Russian Forest
Ignaty Leshchiner, a researcher and lecturer at the Harvard University, was found alive after spending five days in a forest near Moscow.
--02-08-2012--
Great Mass Jump From a Bridge Took Place in Russia
135 people rope-jumped at the same time last weekend from a railroad bridge in the city of Tver to set a world record.
--11-07-2012--
Krasnodar Floods Cause Tragedy and Heroism
Police officer Vyacheslav Gorbunov sacrificed his life to rescue people trapped in the floods in the city of Krymsk.
--09-07-2012--
Russian Pilgrims Killed in Bus Crush in Ukraine
14 Russian pilgrims were killed and 22 were seriously injured after a bus crush on the road between Chernigov and Kiev, Ukraine, the Emergencies Ministry said.
--09-07-2012--
IMF Calls for Rising Pension Age in Russia
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) thinks pension age in Russia should be increased to 63 years for both men and women.
--15-06-2012--
Russian Hockey Legend Dies
Ice hockey player Vladimir Krutov, a star forward for the Soviet team at three Olympic Games, has died at the age of 52.
--07-06-2012--
Russians Sentenced to Life Imprisonment in Libya
On June 4, Libyan court announced the verdicts for Russian, Ukrainian and Belorussian citizens who had been accused of complicity in Muammar Kaddafi's regime.
--05-06-2012--
Man Got Stuck in Trash Chute When Hiding From Girlfriend
Rescue services in Tyumen had to pull a man out of a waste disposal chute in an apartment block, after he got stuck in it while attempting to hide from his girlfriend.
--21-05-2012--
St. Petersburg Man Plans to Be a Walking Advertising Banner
A St. Petersburg citizen has decided to earn money by selling space on his back for tattoo advertisements.
--20-04-2012--
Russian Internet Audience Is the Biggest in Europe
More that a half of Russians are active Internet users - 58% - which is twice as much as six years ago.
--19-04-2012--
No Charges Against Man Who Killed 3 Robbers
Investigators have not found basis to charge Gegam Sarkissyan, a Russian businessman, who killed three robbers who invaded his home and attacked his family.
--12-04-2012--
Russian People Discover Ways of Making Love
Almost 20 percent of Russian people are happy with their sexual life, which is 12 percent more than in 1999, according to the country's leading opinion pollster.
--09-04-2012--
The Hero of Our Times
Russia's highest state award, the Hero of Russia, was posthumously given to a battalion commander, who had saved his soldiers from a grenade at the cost of his life.
--04-04-2012--
At the Cost of His Life
An infantry battalion commander in Russias Far East has died on Wednesday after he threw himself over a soldier to protect him from a grenade explosion
--29-03-2012--
Emigration Urge Among Russians at Its Record Low
Following some political actions and the rise of mass protests, the number of people who want to leave Russia has halved.
--27-03-2012--
How to Live on $200 a Month in Russia
An official in the Krasnodar region will try to subsist on the minimum monthly salary of 6,400 rubles ($210) to persuade local businesses to rise salaries.
--14-03-2012--
Napoleon Is a New Candidate for Russian Presidency?
Moscow Election Committee has decided to hold a dry run prior to the upcoming polls. The list of candidates can surprise potential voters.
--24-02-2012--
Russians Still Can't Decide About St. Valentine's Day
According to a recent opinion poll, St. Valentine's Day has become more popular among Russians, yet this holiday has more opponents than supporters.
--15-02-2012--
Native Americans Came from Russia
Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania confirmed that Native Americans came from Altai Territory, southern Siberia.
--03-02-2012--
Russian Alpinist Couple Didn't Return from Mont Blanc
A Russian couple of alpinists, Tatyana and Mikhail Zakharov, who went missing during an attempted ascent of Mont Blanc, were found dead on the second day of searches, on Tuesday.
--11-01-2012--
Muscovites Became Older and More Educated
The results of the Russian Census 2010 showed that the average Muscovite is now older and more educated in comparison with the census in 2002.
--29-12-2011--
New Big Election Protests in Russia
On Saturday, tens of thousands of protesters held big rallies in Moscow and other Russian cities to to press demands for new parliamentary elections and wholesale liberalizing reform in Russia.
--26-12-2011--
Russian Movers and Shakers Are Announced
Within the special project dedicated to the 20th anniversary of modern Russia's history, the Financial Times has published the list of 25 most interesting Russians, so-called "movers and shakers".
--23-12-2011--
Russian Retiree Wants to Annul His Marriage as He Doesn't Remember It
A court of Chelyabinsk region has rejected the claim of one Ural retiree, who asked to annul his marriage as he doesn't remember getting married.
--08-12-2011--
The Most Interesting Jobs for Russian People
Sociologists have questioned more than 9000 Russian people and have found out what profession's representatives like their job most of all.
--16-11-2011--
Special Date for Marriage and Divorce
Last Friday became a really crazy day for the world because of unique 11.11.11 date. And Russia hasn't stood aside of that fever.
--14-11-2011--
Super-Babushka Contest to Be Held in Moscow
On Wednesday, November 2, Moscow will choose the most stylish, businesslike and cheerful grandmothers at the first "Moscow Super-Babushka 2011" contest.
--02-11-2011--
Strange Superhero Defends St. Petersburg from Rudeness
St. Petersburg has a new hero a strange young man who calls himself a Petersburg-Man and fights for cleanness of the city and politeness of its citizens.
--07-10-2011--
Trololo Man Appears in the American Series
Popular Soviet and Russian singer Eduard Khil has become a personage in one of the series of "Family Guy" animation serial. Being in the form of waiter, the animated Khil sang his famous "trololo" song.
--04-10-2011--
Muslim Holidays Can Be Days Off in Russia
The Russia's State Duma proposed changes to the Russian Labour Code which will allow regions to introduce their own public holidays.
--29-09-2011--
Russians Complain of Hard Life but Believe in Bright Future
Russia's biggest Opinion Pollster VTsIOM has interviewed Russian people about their current life situation and projections for the future. Over half of Russians, almost 56%, describe their current living standards as difficult.
--23-09-2011--
Why do Russians Dislike Muscovites?
At the beginning of September, Romir research center published the results of the poll, dedicated to an attitude of Russian people towards Muscovites.
--16-09-2011--
May the Force Be with You: A Yekaterinburg Couple Weds Star Wars Style
A world-favourite epic, Star Wars, has influenced a recent wedding in the capital of the Ural Region. Only 85-year old grandfather of the bride refused to dress up, explaining that he is too old for this sort of entertainment.
--14-09-2011--
The Russian Londoner 'Acts Instinctively' to Stop a Notting Hill Carnival Attacker
Valentine Simatchenko, a 55-year old Russian who fought in Chechnya before "escaping to the UK" in 1996, has "acted instinctively" when he stopped a 16-year old boy who attacked with a knife a pedestrian in Notting Hill, London.
--01-09-2011--
New Articles and Biographies of Famous Russians
As August is drawing to a close, we thought we'd list the articles about famous Russians that appeared at Russia-InfoCentre over the last month. Click through to read articles about Russia's own "Forever27" club, plus Russian painters, top-models and tennis-players
--26-08-2011--
Why are Russians not Very Happy?
Two recent surveys have found that Russians are the unhappiest people in Europe even though many people feel that the quality of living is getting better in most regions.
--25-08-2011--
Natalya Gantimurova to fight for Miss Universe 2011
Natalya Gantimurova, 20, will represent Russia at Miss Universe 2011. The competition will start in San-Paulo on September 12.
--17-08-2011--
Chechen Teens are Praised for Rescue People on Utoeya Island
The president of Chechen republic Ramzan Kadyrov ordered to reward two Chechen teenagers for rescue a number of people during an attack on Norway's Utoeya summer camp.
--17-08-2011--
The Harshest Anti-tobacco Law in Russian History
The Russian Health Ministry is promoting a harsh anti-tobacco draft, stipulating a ban on smoking in public transportation, cafes and night clubs.
--15-08-2011--
The Passenger of Crushed An-24 is Rewarded for Courage
Tomsk authorities have rewarded Andrei Motorykin, the passenger of An-24 plane, who helped to rescue injured people after the plane's emergency landing on the river Ob.
--11-08-2011--
Olympic champion Anton Sikharulidze married oligarchs daughter
An Olympic figure skating champion Anton Sikharulidze and a 84- Forbes- rated Russian oligarchs daughter Yana Lebedeva registered their marriage secretly at a Moscow registry office last week.
--08-08-2011--
Moscow Girls Strip for Medvedev and Beer
On Tuesday three female fans of Dmitry Medvedev took their clothes off for the support the recent anti-alcohol legislation, which was signed by the Russian president last week.
--05-08-2011--
One of the Tallest People in the World has been Hospitalised
In St. Petersburg The medicals of the "Sogaz" clinic has hospitalized the bedridden basketball player Alexander Sizonenko, one of the tallest people in the world.
--03-08-2011--
Russians Should Expect the Increase in Retirement Age
Once again the members of the Government have discussed the necessity of pension reform in Russia.
--28-07-2011--
Only 10% of Russian People Are Ready to Give Up Beer Because of New Law
The latest public-opinion poll has revealed the attitude of Russian people to the new "dry law" that restricts beer trade and consumption.
--28-07-2011--
In Kuban a 10-year-old Schoolboy Has Saved a Drowning Child
In gratitude to the little hero, the child's mother presented him a game console.
--27-07-2011--
How Do Foreigners View Russia?
Frost, vodka and beautiful women - well, it is better than just samovars and bears!
--27-07-2011--
Muscovites Work Less
The research of the State Committee for Statistics (Rosstat) has disproved the classic stereotypes of Moscow as a city where life never stops. People in Moscow do not work tirelessly.
--06-06-2011--





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