Pravda Vostoka

Pravda Vostoka

 

(Pravda of the East), a Russian-language daily published in Tashkent, in the Uzbek SSR. The first issue came out on Apr. 2, 1917. Originally called Nasha gazeta (Our Paper), the paper changed its name several times, acquiring its present name in late November 1924. It was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor in 1956. Circulation, about 250,000 (1974).

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The event was attended by 39 countries' representatives, including France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Japan and many others whose traditional dishes have become pride of their citizens, reported newspaper Pravda Vostoka.
The cabinet is the founder of the newspaper Pravda Vostoka and co-founder of the newspapers Narodnoe Slovo and Khalq Suzi.
A spokesman for Pravda Vostoka, the leading government mouthpiece, said it had not heard about bin Laden's death because it did not have an internet connection, Uznews, a website for exiled Uzbeks, reported.
So, in this context, the speech by the chairman of the Council of Ministers of Uzbekistan, printed March 29, in Pravda Vostoka [Eastern Truth] came as a surprise.
4 million of investments of 28 foreign enterprises in 2015 to create 2,000 new jobs and increase exports volume to $190 million, Pravda Vostoka reports.
Unique treasure of Indian coins of XVI century was found in Ishtihan district of Samarkand region, the Pravda Vostoka newspaper reports.
The Uzbek Ministry of Foreign Relations, Investment and Trade and the administration of the Hilton Hotels & Resorts signed a preliminary agreement on management of the International Hotel Tashkent, reports the Pravda Vostoka newspaper.
The respective order was signed President Islam Karimov on August 5, 2014, reports the Pravda Vostoka newspaper.
A contest among cooks took place in Karakalpakstan's Nukus, newspaper Pravda Vostoka said on August 29.
Over 11% of families in Uzbekistan have two cars and every second family in the country owns a car, according to the state newspaper Pravda Vostoka.
Asaka district of Andijan region in Uzbekistan will mark the Tomato Day, according to the Pravda Vostoka newspaper.
A new cement plant worth $116 million was put into operation in Zafarabad district of Jizzakh region, according to Pravda Vostoka.