|WIPO National Forum of Inventors of Tajikistan Comment Translate Page||Apr 26, 2019 (Dushanbe, Tajikistan)|
|Bukhara dalam Hadis Rasulullah dan Puisi Rumi Comment Translate Page|
|This week in monetary policy: Kazakhstan, South Korea, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan Comment Translate Page|
This week - April 14 through April 20 - central banks from 4 countries or jurisdictions are scheduled to decide on monetary policy: Kazakhstan, South Korea, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Following table includes the name of the country, the date of the next policy decision, the current policy rate, the result of the last policy decision, the change in the policy rate year to date, and the rate one year ago.
The table is updated when the latest decisions are announced and can always accessed by clicking on This Week.
|WIPO National Forum of Inventors of Tajikistan Comment Translate Page||26 avr. 2019 (Douchanbé, Tadjikistan)|
|Unidentified cobalt blue grains on sapphire crystal (no replies) Comment Translate Page||Hi all.|
Any thoughts on this one please? It's a couple of unidentified vivid cobalt blue grains on the surface of a greyish-violet sapphire crystal. Is this more sapphire? Cobalt spinel? Gahnospinel? The colour is really quite amazing and holds the intense blue under incandescent light too. For obvious reasons due to very small size and location on the sapphire crystal I'm not able to do hardness tests or much else.
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The specimen is apparently from somewhere in Tajikistan, but I can't be any more specific than that. The main crystals have been determined to be corundum var. sapphire due to form and hardness (they scratch topaz). The matrix would appear to be some kind of syenite.
|Majlis Podcast: The Continuing Torture Of A Tajik Opposition Leader Comment Translate Page||Human rights groups have repeatedly called on the Tajik authorities to immediately release Mahmadali Hayit, the deputy leader of the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan, from prison.|