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November 24 at 10:00 in the walls of MBOU “School” Yaktylyk ” the City Olympiad in the Tatar language and literature will be held.

November 24 at 10:00 in the walls of MBOU “School” Yaktylyk ” the City Olympiad in the Tatar language and literature  will be held. The Olympiad is held with the aim of attracting interest in the study of the native language and literature, introducing students to the world of traditional folk culture, involving them in ethnographic and local history work, ...

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Presentation of the Republican Prize in the field of theatrical art named after M. Salimzhanov will be held in Kazan

November 07, 2019 Today in the Tatar State Academic Theater after G. Kamal will be awarded the Republican Prize in Theater Arts named after Marcel Salimzhanov. We  remind that the prize is awarded for a significant contribution to the development of professional theatrical art of the Republic of Tatarstan to creative groups and creative workers. It is awarded to three ...

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Taekwondist  Rafael Ayukaev defeated an opponent from Germany and became European champion

November 06, 2019 Taekwondist  of the Syzran sports school Rafael Ayukaev became the strongest in the category of over 80 kg, having defeated the representative of Germany Alexander Bachmann in the final. Coaching   of the young athlete  are Anar and Tural Askerovs. We  remind that the European Taekwondo Championship “G4 EXTRA European Taekwondo Championships” was held from November 1 to ...

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Congratulation by  Chairman of the National Council of the WCT  Vasil Shaykhraziev on the Constitution Day of the Republic of Tatarstan

November 05, 2019 Dear Tatarstan people! 27 years ago, the Constitution of the Republic of Tatarstan was adopted. This historic event took place on November 6, 1992. The constitution opened new horizons for the republic in the political, economic and legal fields. Although the Basic Law of the Republic has undergone some changes within the historical period, it still remains ...

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