American scholar Mark Reese dedicated 15 years to translate Abdulla Kadiri’s novel “Bygone Days” into English. In an interview with Gazeta.uz he speaks about the difficulties of the translation, why the novel is more about the idea of reforms rather than a love story, and how the author wanted to show the problems of his society through the plot. He also shares his thoughts on Jadids and if their ideas are being translated into contemporary Uzbekistan.
For years, Mukimjon Aripov from Samarkand distributes thousand of flowers among children and adults trying to turn his city into a garden. Read the new story from the series “Invisible Heroes” by Nikita Makarenko and Elyor Nematov.
Academician Behzod Yuldashev was elected president of Academy of Sciences.
Shuhrat Jalilov headed Foundation on support public activities of veterans of Uzbekistan Nuroniy.
President of Uzbekistan signed an order announcing 2 January day off.
President signed a decree on awarding famous speaker Galina Melnikova title of People’s Artist of Uzbekistan.
For the second time in 10 days, Aeroflot’s SU1871 flight from Tashkent to Moscow was interrupted.
Former deputy minister of Public Health Laziz Tuichiev became rector of the Tashkent Medical Academy.
Area for the country’s main New Year tree is preparing near capital park Anhor-Locomotiv.
The reason for the return of flight SU1871 was problem with door lock of a luggage compartment.
15-year old girl from Uzbekistan is among 12 killed in road accident in Russia and her twin sister is in critical condition.
Voters with disabilities could cast their ballots from home.
86.6% of voters have participated in the presidential elections in Uzbekistan by 19:00.
Photo report on voting in the city of Navoi, central Navoi region of Uzbekistan.
14.7 million voters have participated in the presidential elections by 16:00.
13.85 million citizens have participated in the presidential elections by 15:00.
12.5 million citizens of Uzbekistan have participated in presidential elections by 14:00.
45.5% citizens participated in presidential elections by 12:00.
17.7% of voters have participated in the presidential elections by 9:00.
More than 1.5 million people cast their votes at the presidential elections in Uzbekistan in two hours.