Tajik opposition organization Group 24 leader Umarali Quvvatov has reportedly been shot dead in Istanbul, Turkey.
Tens of thousands of Tajik labor migrants, who received patents for working in Russia in April-December last year, may work under them this year as well.
- 05.03.2015 10:49
- 15:02 Tajik psychiatrists and forensic medicine experts take training course on Istanbul Protocol standard
- 11:08 RWB concerned over toxic climate in which Tajik news organizations are forced to work
- 14:12 Dushanbe mayor urges to install CCTV cameras at all enterprises in the Tajik capital
- 10:15 Russian defense official: Islamic State poses threat to Tajikistan
- 09:59 Tajik opposition organization leader reportedly shot dead in Istanbul
- 09:27 Failure of opposition or a Pyrrhic victory of Tajik authorities in parliamentary elections
- 16:33 Applications for 2015 Turkiye Scholarships start
- 15:59 TJS has lost 2.6 percent of its value against USD over the past week
- 14:56 Majlisi Milli gives consent to the appointment of deputy prosecutors general
- 14:38 Tajik labor migrants may work in Russia this year under patens received last year
- 14:00 Interior minister claims '200 Tajik labor migrants left Russia to fight in Syria'
- 13:01 FAO launches new project in Tajikistan
- 12:49 UNDP assists Khatlon authorities in introducing the element of E-Governance
- 11:23 SCO election monitoring mission assess Tajik parliamentary elections as transparent and democratic
- 10:49 Tajik capital listed 214th among 230 cities of the world in terms of quality of living
- 10:21 JICA reportedly specifies its plans regarding Tajikistan
-  New video shows 19 Tajiks killed fighting alongside IS in Syria, Iraq
-  What does the future hold in store for IRP in Tajikistan?
-  IRP fails to develop initiatives that would attract voters in recent years, says Tajik expert
-  CES urges people in Tajikistan not to travel unnecessarily to mountain areas due to avalanche risk
-  One more activist of Jamaat Ansarullah jailed in Sughd province
-  CPT members won elections in two single-mandate constituencies, says CCER head
-  Tajik ruling party wins 87.5 percent of seats in Khujand legislature
-  UNDP assists Khatlon authorities in introducing the element of E-Governance
-  Ex-deputy chief of anticorruption agency wins election in Bokhtar constituency
-  Remainder of loans provided by Tajik banks amounts to more than 9.9 billion somoni