Stories about Tajikistan from January, 2006
“Snow in Tbilisi”, Hans Heiner Buhr Welcome to the first roundup of the Central Asian and Caucasian blogosphere, brought to you bi-weekly by neweurasia. We'll take you alphabetically through the countries: Armenia: Onnik Krikorian does a great job writing the first-ever roundups from the Armenian blogosphere. Himself a blogger over...
James of neweurasia reports that Tajikistan's secondary schools plan to emphasize the importance of Islam in the country's history.
neweurasia reports that Tajiks are suffering from the increased drug traffic across the country from Afghanistan.
neweurasia reports that Tajikistan has picked on odd time to be fraternizing with Iran..
Tajikistan Travels reports on a Tajik wedding.
Tajikistan Travels reports on a visit to the Kurgan Teppa Women's Center, the only center of its kind in the country, and tells the story of one of the women there.
neweurasia reports on internet usage in Central Asia.
Registan.net comments on the State Department's decision to move Central Asia to its South Asian Affairs Bureau.
neweurasia posts on the tragic death of 13 children at an orphanage in Tajikistan. The president is furious with how the situation has been handled.
James of neweurasia reviews 2005 in Tajikistan.