Hujan’s new album ‘Jika Sempat’ reflects their journey from the beginning | Showbiz
Member of Malaysian rock band Hujan pose with their new album ‘Jika Sempat’. — Pictures by TheHive.Asia
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — One of Malaysia’s leading rock bands, Hujan have finally released their latest and also their fifth studio album, Jika Sempat, which is now available on all digital platforms including Spotify as well as at video and record stores nationwide.
To celebrate the launch of their new album and also their 10 year anniversary, Hujan has embarked on their Hujan London Tour in the United Kingdom since May 24, 2016.
Consisting of five members including Noh Salleh (vocalist), Hezry Hafidz better known as AG Coco (guitarist), Azham Ahmad (drummer), Hang Dimas (keyboardist) and Izzat Uzaini (bassist), Hujan described their new album as “the journey of Hujan from the beginning until today”.
During the launch of their 12-track album at Warner Music Malaysia recently, Hujan talked about the album in more detail, the inspiration behind the songs, their fanbase, as well as the absence of Hang Dimas in their album and tour.
Question: AG mentioned that this album is the fastest in terms of its production timeline. Why is it so fast? Was the album rushed?
AG: I guess it’s because of my experience. I’ve produced many albums for other artistes, and because this is the album for my own band, so maybe that’s why it is a lot smoother and faster.
Also, when we made the previous album, we had experienced all the problems and troubles, so for this album we already knew how to avoid them
Q: Noh, the album’s title song Jika Sempat is your song right? Can you give us some insight on that song?
Noh: Jika Sempat is a song that I wrote in 2008 or 2009. In this album, more than 10 songs are actually old songs that we’ve kept in our archives. The only news songs are Pemicu Gila and Kau. I never thought that AG would include the song Jika Sempat in this album because he previously rejected the song when I suggested it to him.
AG: Yeah, most of the songs in this album are actually rejected songs. But we rejected them because we thought that they were not suitable, or because it wasn’t the best time to release the songs, until now that is.
Q: Noh, there are also rumours saying that you took vocal lessons for this album. Is this true?
Noh: It’s true. But it’s not for this album. It was more for personal reasons, to improve myself. I think it’s about time that I took things to another level. I don’t want to be just another rock ‘n roll vocalist.
Q: Why did it take four years to release this album?
AG: Because back then we were too productive, so we had gotten sick at seeing each other’s faces. That’s why we decided to take a break for a while. So we relaxed for four years.
Noh: I’ve seen the same issue faced by other bands. Sheila On 7 for example, there’s this one time that they took a hiatus because they were too tired of seeing each other’s faces for more than 10 years. I never thought that Hujan would also turn out to be like that, but thank God, we all agreed to take a break, and when the time came and we missed being in a band, then we came back together.
For the last two years, I focused more on doing solo stuff. Although it felt nice, something was missing. It didn’t feel right if I wasn’t with my band on stage.
It’s also because of the Raingers (Hujan fans). Every day the Raingers would question us about when we’re getting back together and all that. So we thought that it’s about time for us to make a comeback.
Hujan members answer questions during the interview with TheHive.Asia.
Q: You mentioned that this album contains a lot of previously rejected songs, and many fans have stated that Hujan’s music have changed a lot over the years, so does this mean that this album will sound a lot like Hujan’s older sound rather than a new one?
AG: Basically, this album portrays the journey of Hujan from the beginning until today. So through this album, you can hear how our sound had changed.
Noh: In these 10 years, we have evolved and we’ve tried a lot of different things. So I think that this album really showed how we changed over the years. It’s like a compilation of all the songs we created.
Q: Do you think that this album will attract even more fans towards Hujan?
Noh: I never thought of attracting anybody. I usually just do it for fun! [laughs] But if it’s able to attract more fans, of course I would be happy!
Q: Raingers are one of top fanbases in Malaysia, but most of them are around mid-20s to late-30s, and they are getting older. So, are you guys now targeting the younger generation?
AG: The Raingers are like family to us, and I don’t think the numbers of our fanbase will be less as they get older because they will always be Raingers.
Also, every time we perform, our fans will always be there to support us, and they’re very energetic and fun! So when other people see them supporting us happily, they would be attracted to join in the fun, so it is a never-ending process!
Q: How do you think your music will be accepted worldwide?
AG: It’s very simple. It’s just like how we appreciate the Korean and Japanese bands when they come to Malaysia. So, if we bring Malay songs overseas, surely there would be a certain audience that would like to listen to different sounds.
Noh: We want to introduce our music to other people in the world. So I think our decision to go to the UK is a right choice. It is like we’re rekindling our bonds with the band members once again because it’s going to be just us on this tour, and we’re facing a new crowd in local clubs or bars. So it’s kind of new for us because it’s like we’re back to zero and I really look forward to this tour!
Q: Why is the keyboardist Hang Dimas not included in this album and the London tour?
Noh: We’re not too sure either! [laughs] The thing is, he’s still in our WhatsApp group, and in Hujan, we don’t control every member — it’s like if you’re free, you can come, but if you’re not, we understand. So it’s not like we had purposely left him out, he has a lot of things going on lately too. — TheHive.Asia
Hujan fans will feel nostalgic about new album
You can’t get any more rock and roll than Hujan.
“Hujan adalah band syok sendiri,” so declared the band’s frontman Noh Salleh. According to him, the band does whatever it likes, simply because it can. (“Syok sendiri” here roughly translates to “full of itself.”)
“Honestly, we just play songs for our own self-fulfilment,” Noh said during a press conference in Kuala Lumpur, recently. Also present were his bandmates guitarist AG Coco, bassist Izzat Uzaini and drummer Azham Ahmad.
The band’s earnestness has gained a legion of loyal fans simply known as Raingers. For as long as the band has been around – 10 years to be exact – fans have relished in the fact that Hujan is not changing for anyone or anything.
“We started from the bottom. We knew what it was like to get rejected by labels. We’ve sold our own T-shirts. We’ve experienced everything. We take pride in the fact that we’re still a band not signed to any major label. This is so we can maintain complete control over our own work,” Noh explained.
But this year, the band is doing something differently.
Hujan has released its latest studio album Jika Sempat (fifth in the discography and first album in four years) and it’s currently accessible only on Spotify. A physical copy will be available later this year. Call it an evolutionary step for the band who first spread its music through random distribution of physical copies. Noh described the band’s method as “guerilla-style”.
“I think a lot of people assumed we started out as Myspace band. But what really happened was that I’d write a song at night and then pass it to AG to make it complete. Then we make copies of the song and just pass it around to anyone.”
While his bandmates looked on, he added: “We had no expectations that the songs would spread any further than say, KL. Then we went to Ipoh for a show and there was a major turnout. That’s when we realised that our songs have travelled far. Our Raingers community made it all happen.”
Jika Sempat is made up of two new tracks (Pemicu Gila and Kau) and 10 previously unreleased songs from the band’s archive. Fans may have heard the title track Jika Sempat from a concert in 2012 while Papa Mama goes way back to 2008. Noh said the album represents the journey of the band for the past decade. Each song, he added, will remind fans of Hujan throughout the years – from its raw beginnings to the Sang Enemy-metal phase in 2012 and onto a more refined sound that reflects the band’s growth.
“We re-recorded the older songs just for this new album. They sound better, more polished than ever. Let’s say some of these songs have been marinating for a while, just waiting for the right time to be released,” AG, who also acts as the producer for the new album, explained.
Each song has a special meaning to the band. For Azham, Papa Mama has a theme that everyone can relate to. “We all have parents, right?” he asked.
Meanwhile, Aku Janji has AG feeling nostalgic. “That song is seven years old! Looking at how the song is moving forward with us, it feels like we’re watching a child grow,” he said.
Izzat picked Biarkan Saja because he loves playing the song live and Noh confessed that he was feeling homesick when he wrote Miri, an ode to his hometown in Sarawak.
“I cried writing this song!” Noh said.
Noh also shared that he took vocal recordings for the songs on this album more seriously than previous times. He explained that he never liked the recording process and used to get away with doing things half-heartedly. The jovial vocalist attributed this newfound maturity to the fact he’s getting older. He is 31 years old.
“I put aside my ego for this album. As the producer, AG has the right to tell me to do things differently. Of course, it was not easy. I noticed that he would glare at me if he’s not satisfied with my performance. After 10 years, I have learned that I need to improve myself,” he said.
AG acknowledged that Noh has changed. He said: “He is used to doing things his way. And now, his singing style has definitely improved. It’s still his trademark lazy-singing style, but better.”
The band also has ambitious plans for the future – release another album in vinyl, master new songs in New York and possibly do a UK tour. Whatever comes next, fans are assured that Hujan has more tricks up its sleeves. This is a band determined to keep going.
FLEUR! to play virtual show with guest appearance by Hujan’s Noh Salleh
Indonesian rockers FLEUR! have announced a virtual show with jazz pop trio NonaRia and a guest appearance by Noh Salleh, frontman of Malaysian indie rock band Hujan.
The show takes place on December 26 and will be aired on Malaysian indie music and culture streaming platform TAPAUasia, which announced the performance on its parent company TAPAUtv’s Facebook profile on Thursday (December 17).
Organised by TAPAUasia’s regional indie music talk show Radio Tenggara, ‘FLEUR Live @ TAPAUasia’ kicks off at 9pm (Malaysian time) and 8pm (Jakarta time) on December 26. It’s expected to run 90 minutes long.
Check out the teaser below.
#RadioTenggara mempersembahkan…FLEUR Live @ TAPAUasia!!!26 December 2020 (Sabtu)9pm – 10.30pm…
Posted by TAPAUtv on Thursday, December 17, 2020
According to the organisers, the Jakarta-based FLEUR! will also be playing several new songs that have never been performed before. However, TAPAUasia did not reveal which song would feature Noh Salleh.
Tickets are priced at RM15 and can be purchased here. Ticketholders will also be able to rewatch the show for two weeks after its broadcast.
In October, FLEUR dropped a music video for their latest single ‘Lagu Lama’. It was the band’s second single after the March 2020 release of ‘Muka Dua’ (‘Two Face’). Both tracks will appear on FLEUR!’s as-yet-unnamed full-length album.
The band also released a cover of ‘Mr. Sandman’ by classic American female ensemble The Chordettes in late August.
NonaRia also recently released ‘Sampul Surat NonaRia (Sebuah Persembahan Untuk Ismail Marzuki)’, a tribute album to Indonesian composer Ismail Marzuki. It was recorded live during a concert, which was live-streamed on October 23. Noh Salleh, on the other hand, released the ‘Bisikan’ EP earlier this year.
Agensi Umumkan Tanggal Rilis Debut Album Solo D.O. EXO
Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
Agensi SM Entertainment merilis teaser dan mengumumkan tanggal debut solo D.O. EXO pada Kamis (1/7). Salah satu vokalis utama EXO tersebut akan debut solo dan merilis mini album pertamanya pada 26 Juli 2021.
“D.O. 디오 The 1st Mini Album. 26.07.2021 16.00 WIB,” cuit @weareoneEXO.
Dalam cuitan itu, diunggah pula teaser album mini tersebut. Tampak foto hitam putih D.O. EXO memakai setelan semi kasual.
Pengumuman ini disambut hangat para penggemar, sejumlah tagar meramaikan lini masa sejak Kamis (1/7) pagi, seperti #엑소디오, #DK1ISCOMING, serta #weareoneEXO.
Rencana debut solo D.O. EXO telah diumumkan SM Entertainment pada akhir Juni 2021. Saat itu, mereka menyebut album solo pertama D.O. akan dirilis akhir Juli 2021.
Meski baru akan merilis mini album solo perdana, pemilik nama asli Do Kyung-soo ini sudah beberapa kali merilis lagu solo. D.O. pernah merilis lagu berjudul That’s Okay untuk SM Station pada 2019.
D.O. juga merilis lagu Crying Out pada 2014 yang menjadi soundtrack film Cart yang juga dibintanginya.
Selain album solo, sejak menyelesaikan wajib militer pada Januari lalu, D.O. disibukkan dengan berbagai kegiatan.
Dia tengah menyelesaikan syuting film The Moon. Film ini disutradarai oleh Kim Yong-hwa, sutradara di balik film populer Along with the Gods. The moon bercerita tentang pria yang tersesat di ruang angkasa. Dia terisolasi setelah mengalami sebuah kecelakaan.
Selain itu, D.O. juga dikonfirmasi akan membintangi remake film Taiwan berjudul Secret. Film bergenre komedi romantis ini merupakan film kedua D.O. EXO yang dikonfirmasi setelah menyelesaikan wajib militernya pada 25 Januari 2021.
Dalam film tersebut D.O. EXO akan menjadi pemeran utama yang dalam versi Taiwan diperankan oleh Jay Chou. Kendati demikian, pemeran utama perempuan yang sebelumnya diperankan Kwai Lun Mei baru akan diputuskan melalui proses audisi dalam waktu dekat.
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Syrdarya region. Ruins of rabat Mulushki-Mirza near Khujand
This photograph of the ruins of rabat , built by Mulushki-Murza near Khujand (present-day Tajikistan), is from archaeological part of Turkestan Album . A six-volume photographic study was prepared and published in 1871-1872.under the patronage of General Konstantin P. von Kaufmann, the first governor-general (1867-1882) of Turkestan, as the territory of Central Asia that belonged to the Russian Empire was called at that time. The city of Khujand, located on the Syrdarya River, was founded at the end of the 6th century. BC NS. by the Persian king Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Achaemenid empire, and was originally called Cyropolis. In all likelihood, in 329 BC. NS. the city was re-fortified by Alexander the Great. In the VIII century. Khujand, which was an important point on the Great Silk Road, was conquered by the Arabs.By the X century. he was part of the Samanid empire. In 1220 Khujand was plundered by the Mongols, and at the end of the XIV – XV centuries. restored under Timurid rule. In the XVI century. the city was under the control of the Sheibanid dynasty from the Bukhara Khanate and remained under the control of Bukhara until it was incorporated into the Kokand Khanate (1802). In 1866 it was taken by Russian troops. The term “rabat” has several interpretations, which in general boil down to the designation of a fortified outpost (in use it is close to the term “ribat” ).In Central Asia, “rabat” is also associated with the term “khanaka” , which means a hotel or a place of spiritual retreat. Only the central part under the dome has survived from the ancient rabat shown in the photograph. Little is known about the creator of this building, but it should be noted that the title “Murza” was used for the honorary naming of representatives of the Tatar aristocracy of the second level.
90,000 Biography of the Russian singer Manizhi – RIA Novosti, 18.05.2021
Biography of Russian singer Manizhi
Biography of Russian singer Manizhi – RIA Novosti, 18.05.2021
Biography of Russian singer Manizha
Russian singer Manizha Sangin ( Khamraeva, Manizha) was born on July 8, 1991 in Dushanbe (Tajikistan). RIA Novosti, 18.05.2021
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Russian singer Manizha Sangin (Khamraeva, Manizha was born on July 8, 1991) a Tajik writer and journalist, a street was named in his honor and a monument was erected in Khujand. His own great-grandmother is one of the women who went down in the history of Central Asia as the first to take off the burqa. Mother is a fashion designer. At the age of two and a half, Manizha moved with her parents to Russia because of the civil war that was then going on in her country.In Moscow, she entered a music school, where she studied piano and sang in a choir. At the age of 12 she became a laureate of the Rainbow Stars competition, in which young performers were evaluated, as well as the Ray of Hope festival. At the age of 16, Manizha began to write her own songs and perform under the pseudonym RuKola. In 2008 she released her debut album “I Neglect” and a video for the track of the same name from it. Russian singer and actor Semyon Slepakov took part in the filming of the video. The song became popular and for a long time was on the first lines of the Russian charts.After graduating from school, Manizha entered the Russian State University for the Humanities at the Faculty of Psychology. After a while, the singer moved to London, where she lived for several years. In the UK, she worked with producer Michael Spencer, who collaborated with Kylie Minogue, Newton Faulkner, Emily Sande and other world famous artists. However, soon after disagreeing with the terms of the contract, the singer left Spencer and returned to Russia. After returning, she began blogging on Instagram, posting 15-second videos with covers of songs by Elvis Presley and other famous artists.In 2016, the singer presented the Instagram album Manuscript already as Manizha, in 2018 she released the album YaIAM. One of the singer’s brightest works was the track “Emerald” and the video for it, presented in 2017. In it, together with director Daria Balanovskaya, the singer recreates the works of Sandro Botticelli, Frida Kahlo, Eugene Delacroix and other great artists. In addition to his musical career, Manizha is engaged in social activities. At the end of February 2019, she launched an app designed to help victims of domestic violence, and in December 2020, she became the first Russian Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.In March 2021, it became known that Manizha passed the selection and will represent Russia at the international song contest Eurovision-2021 in Rotterdam with the composition Russian woman (“Russian woman”). The singer often supports various charitable foundations, takes part in charity festivals and events. He is the ambassador of the Grant Life Foundation. In 2016, Manizha was nominated for the Golden Gargoyle award in the category “Domestic Instagram sensation.” In 2017, she won the Sobaka magazine award in the “Music” category.ru “and got into the” Top 50. The most famous people of St. Petersburg. “In May 2020, entered the Forbes list of” 30 promising Russians under 30 “. [email protected]
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manizha (manizha sangin), References
Russian singer Manizha Sangin (Khamraeva, Manizha) was born on July 8, 1991 in Dushanbe (Tajikistan).Her grandfather Taji Usmanov was a Tajik writer and journalist; a street was named in his honor and a monument was erected in Khujand. His own great-grandmother is one of the women who went down in the history of Central Asia as the first to take off the burqa. Mother is a fashion designer.
At the age of two and a half, Manizha moved with her parents to Russia due to the civil war that was then going on in her country.
In Moscow, she entered a music school, where she studied piano and sang in the choir.
At the age of 12, she became a laureate of the Rainbow Stars competition, which evaluated young performers, as well as the Ray of Hope festival.
From the age of 16, Manizha began to write her own songs and perform under the pseudonym RuKola. In 2008 she released her debut album “I Neglect” and a video for the track of the same name from it. Russian singer and actor Semyon Slepakov took part in the filming of the video. The song became popular and for a long time was on the first lines of the Russian charts.
After graduating from school, Manizha entered the Department of Psychology at the Russian State Humanitarian University.
After a while, the singer moved to London, where she lived for several years.In the UK, she worked with producer Michael Spencer, who has collaborated with Kylie Minogue, Newton Faulkner, Emily Sande and other internationally renowned artists.
However, soon after disagreeing with the terms of the contract, the singer left Spencer and returned to Russia. After returning, she began blogging on Instagram, posting 15-second videos with covers of songs by Elvis Presley and other famous artists.
In 2016, the singer presented the Instagram album Manuscript already as Manizha, in 2018 she released the album YaIAM.
One of the most striking works of the singer was the track “Emerald” and the video for it, presented in 2017. In it, together with director Daria Balanovskaya, the singer recreates the works of Sandro Botticelli, Frida Kahlo, Eugene Delacroix and other great artists. In addition to his musical career, Manizha is engaged in social activities. At the end of February 2019, she launched an app designed to help victims of domestic violence, and in December 2020, she became the first Russian Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.In March 2021, it became known that Manizha passed the selection and will represent Russia at the international song contest Eurovision-2021 in Rotterdam with the composition Russian woman (“Russian woman”).
The singer often supports various charitable foundations, takes part in charity festivals and events. He is the ambassador of the Grant Life Foundation.
In 2016, Manizha was nominated for the Golden Gargoyle award in the category “Domestic Instagram sensation”.
In 2017, she won the Sobaka magazine prize in the Music category.ru “and was included in the” Top 50. The most famous people of St. Petersburg. “In May 2020, entered the Forbes list of” 30 promising Russians under 30 “.
The material was prepared on the basis of information from RIA Novosti and open sources
! commanders in the Armed Forces of Tajikistan – Newspaper Kommersant No. 46 (199) from 27.11.1992
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& nbsp ! Field commanders in the Armed Forces of Tajikistan
Agreed to stop the bloodshed
Good news came from Tajikistan: yesterday in Khujand commanders
the opposing groups held a “dastarkhan of peace” – receiving guests from
traditional Tajik pilaf, and promised fellow citizens not to fight anymore and
stop the bloodshed.Such an unusual event for Tajikistan was
possible after the successful meeting of the field commanders with the new
the leadership of the republic, where the belligerents were finally able to agree not
shoot each other. Hope this meeting is the first step towards ending
intra-ethnic conflicts in the republic. Kommersant is fulfilling its promise in yesterday’s issue
to tell in detail about the course and results of the meeting.
The meeting was attended by 22 commanders: 16 – from Dushanbe, 6 – from Kulob
area. Before meeting with the deputies, the commanders held talks between
yourself. The group of commanders from Kulob was led by Sangak Safarov, from Dushanbe –
Jumakhon Buidokhov. During the negotiations, an agreement was reached on
the need to end the armed struggle.
spoke to the deputies of the Parliament of Tajikistan on the issue of reconciliation
Sangak Safarov and Yakub Salimov (Kulyab commanders), Jumakhon Buidokhov and
Takhir Mirzoev (Dushanbe commanders).Leader of the Kulyab armed forces
group Sangak Safarov said that he was responsible for unleashing
fratricidal armed struggle in the republic should be assigned to
leaders of the Islamic Renaissance Party, the Democratic Party and
movement “Rastokhez”. Safarov said he intends to continue the fight for
justice and restoration of the constitutional leadership of the republic.
At the same time, according to him, he would like to leave Khujand, having agreed on
the world.Similar intentions to reach reconciliation were expressed by commanders from
Dushanbe. As a sign of consent in the presence of deputies of the Supreme Soviet, commanders
the opposing armed groups embraced. Still at meeting
warlords with parliamentarians did not discuss the issue of disarmament
warring factions. According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the republic, in the hands of the population
Tajikistan has up to 18 thousand units of automatic weapons, 21 units
armored vehicles.National detachments created in various regions of Tajikistan
the guards are not subordinate to the internal affairs bodies.
Yesterday evening there was a message that the Tajik parliament freed from
responsibility of participants in armed clashes that occurred in the period from
March 27 to November 25, regardless of which side they fought on. About
The development of the situation in Tajikistan will be reported by Kommersant in tomorrow’s issue.
The most important thing in the Kommersant channel in
Construction progress | “Kohi Tobon”
Assembly and installation of stained glass
November 2019 – March 2020
Water-heated floor system and concrete floor screed
July 2018 – November 2018
April 2017 – January 2018
Review of works.Tower crane installation. The work of the concrete pump.
Installation of the lift.
March 2016 – January 2017
Construction of an underground car park and basement floor
In the summer of 2014, MABETS LLC purchased a batch of building materials: girder and transom formwork and chemical additives.
Installation of an inverted roof
August 2019 – November 2019
Windows and driveway doors
February 2018 – July 2018
External masonry made of gas silicate blocks.
December 2016 – January 2017
Ground and first floors, underground parking.
November 2015 – January 2016
Site preparation.Marking the axes of the building. Excavation.
At this stage of work on the project, many options for the location of the complex in the allotted area and options for architectural solutions were considered, until the ideal option was found.
90,000 Day of family, love and fidelity was celebrated in the Russian centers of science and culture in Tajikistan
On September 17, the RCSC in Dushanbe hosted a festive evening dedicated to the Day of Family, Love and Fidelity – a holiday that is becoming more and more popular not only in Russia, acquiring international status, helping to strengthen the people’s faith in strong family ties and the sanctity of marriage.The event, organized by the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo together with the Dushanbe diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church and the KSORS of Tajikistan, has already become traditional in the RCSC of Dushanbe and is held twice annually: on July 8 – as a public holiday and in September – in accordance with the Orthodox tradition, as the Day of Honoring the Memory of Saints spouses Peter and Fevronya Muromsky.
Mikhail Vozhdaev, head of the Rossotrudnichestvo office in Tajikistan, addressed the married couples of Russian compatriots and their families with a welcoming speech.He congratulated those present on a wonderful, beautiful holiday, stressing that marriage and children have always been in the first place and that this is a kind of shrine for every person: “To create a strong marriage union, and even more so to preserve it for many years, love is also necessary, and loyalty and mutual trust. Only the presence of all these values is the guarantee of true happiness and strength of family relations. ”
Father Roman, a regimental priest, rector of the military church of the 201st RVB, read out the greeting speech of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill on the feast day of the saints Peter and Fevronia, and his wife Matushka Daria, with whom they are raising four children, prepared an interesting literary and musical composition, with which the pupils of the Sunday school at St. Nicholas Cathedral in St.Dushanbe. Children recited poems about family and friendship, fervently performed funny Russian songs and dances, together with the vocal group “Silver Dawn” touchingly performed the “Hymn to the Family” written by Ilya Reznik.
Children and adults listened with interest to the amazing story that several centuries ago the family of the spouses Peter and Fevronia lived in the city of Murom, who became an example of love, fidelity and piety, patrons of marriage. Their love and loyalty to each other were so strong that they departed to another world one day, and their miraculous relics are today in one of the monasteries of Murom.It was the inhabitants of this city who initiated the establishment of a wonderful holiday that combined secular and spiritual traditions.
The culmination of the holiday was the presentation by activists of associations of Russian compatriots Rimma Khamzina (Tatar-Bashkir cultural center “Duslyk”), Alfiya Nurullina (association of Russian compatriots of the Rudaki region) and Valentina Pushkareva (NGO “Russian traditions”) of several exemplary married couples in whose families For many years, mutual understanding, sincere concern for each other, loyalty and gracious love have reigned.The longest experience of family life – 46 years – behind the shoulders of the wonderful family of the Abdunazarovs Roman and Rosa, who have brought up two children and five grandchildren over the years of their life together. Executive secretary of KSORS RT, Viktor Kim, noted their active participation in the social and cultural life of compatriots’ associations and wished them happiness and prosperity. Tajiks who have lived in a happy marriage for more than a dozen years, with their honest work and upbringing of worthy citizens of the country have made a significant contribution to the prosperity of Tajikistan and proved by their example that a strong family is, first of all, hard work, love and friendship, a school of kindness, honesty and debt.
A pleasant musical gift for couples and invited guests of the event was the performance of the Silver Dawn vocal group of the Russian Traditions NGO, who performed several soulful Russian songs about love and fidelity. Lush bouquets of flowers from the representative office and the Dushanbe diocese were presented to Dushanbe married couples, and the evening ended with tea drinking and friendly communication at the festive table.
Two days later, on September 19, an event “Peace, Love and Harmony” was also held at the RCSC in Khujand, in which married couples of the Sughd region who had been legally married for more than 25 years were honored.The event was attended by the Consul General of Russia in Khujand Valery Bondarenko, the rector of the Orthodox Church in honor of St. Mary Magdalene Equal to the Apostles in Khujand, Hieromonk Mardarii (Yuri Tarasov), the chairman of the KSORS Lyudmila Temirova, the leaders of the RCC of the Sughd region. The holiday was also attended by more than 40 compatriots of the Sughd region, including more than 12 married couples who have been married for 25 to 43 years or more.
Head of the RCSC in Khujand Ivan Ivanov congratulated compatriots on the holiday, thanked for their participation and noted that living at least 25 years in marriage is not easy at all: “After many years, you were able to carry a reverent attitude towards each other, love, respect, understanding , and most importantly, patience! “Valeriy Bondarenko wished the families mutual understanding, peace and happiness, shared the family history of his parents, who have been married for long and happy 50 years.
Priest Hieromonk Mardarii, spoke about the life of the saints Prince Peter and Princess Fevronia of Murom, whose love story has passed through the centuries and has not been forgotten by the Russian people. With their lives, they pointed out the main spiritual values, made them believe in the existence of strong marriage bonds and in loyalty to a loved one.
Representatives of the RCC of the Sughd region presented married couples who came from the cities: Buston (Chkalovsk), Gafurov, Spitamen (Nau), Istiklol (Taboshar), Istaravshan (Ura-Tyube) and Khujand.So those present heard the romantic story of the Azizovs from the city of Gafurov, whose love story began from the 8th grade of the school. “Romeo and Juliet” – this is the name of this couple since school. To the question “What is the secret of a long, happy, family life?” compatriots answer “We were just lucky with each other!” The family of the Mustafokulovs from the city of Istaravshan, who have been married for 43 years, has become another example for the younger generation: in the family they respectfully address a friend to a friend by his patronymic name. Each story was interesting in its own way.Warm communication continued over the festive tea party.
List of disciplines of the department “Economics and Entrepreneurship”
32 disciplines are attached to the department. The total amount of training is 14235 hours, including the credit system – 9767 hours (69.0%), and the traditional system – 4468 hours (31.0%). Permanent teachers of the department are provided with a minimum of 1 to 1.5 workloads.
Educational center – department of the department has 2 classrooms and 3 classrooms corresponding to the educational process of such disciplines as “Economics of enterprises”, “Economics of trade”, “Statistics”, “Economic analysis”.The department has 3 personal computers, 2 laptops, 1 projector. The department is equipped with all the necessary accessories necessary for the implementation of the professional activities of teachers.
The main goal of the methodological work of the Department of Economics and Entrepreneurship is to increase the level of pedagogical and professional skills of teachers.
List of textbooks, educational and methodological complexes, teaching instructions, scientific and methodological materials of the Department of Economics and Entrepreneurship, published in 2010-2018.
Place of publication
|Language of publication|
|1||Economics. The main issues of taxation of business structures of the enterprise||8.75|| Komarova G.B,
| State Publishing house them. R. Jalila.
Khujand st.Tanburi. 2013
|2||Economics of trade and public catering||10.69|| Komarova G.B,
| MTX-Davron LLC
Khujand st. Lenin 169.2013
|3||Trade Economics||6.7|| Komarova G.B.
| MTX-Davron LLC
Khujand st. Lenin 169.2013
|4||Economic Analysis||6.8||Komarova G.B., Tursunov A.Kh., Yakubova N.Ya.|| MTX-Davron LLC
Khujand st. Lenin 169.2013
|5||Statistics||16.5||Dzhuraev Dzh.B., Komarova G.B., Buzrukova S.F.|| MTX-Davron LLC
Khujand st. Lenin 169.2013
|6||Statistics||6.1|| Umaov Z.Kh.
| MTX-Davron LLC
Khujand st. Lenin 169.2014
|7||Business Basics||8.56||Karimov I.I., Nazarov H.|| MTX-Davron LLC
Khujand st. Lenin 169, 2014
|8||Album of visual aids for the course “Economics of Trade”|| Aminov I.A.,
| MTX-Davron LLC
Khujand st. Lenin 169.2015
|9||Tasks for the discipline Statistics (guidelines)||4.8|| Ishonova U.W.
Akhmedova Z.A. Olimova F.A.
|Small printing house “Rakhsh” -2017||in Tajik|
|10||Tests by discipline Statistics (guidelines)||7.5|| Ishonova U. U.
Akhmedova Z.A. Olimova F.A.
|Small printing house “Rakhsh” -2017||in Tajik|
|11||Theory of statistics (study guide)||7.5||Komarova G.B. Ishonova U. U.||Small printing house “Rakhsh” -2017||in Russian|
|12|| Trade in a Transitive Economy
|6.3||Komarova G.B. Ishonova U. U.||Publishing house “Rakhsh” -2018||in Russian|
List of subjects of the Department of Economics and Entrepreneurship
2.Financial and banking statistics
3.Theory of economic analysis (work program)
4.Fundamentals of entrepreneurship
6.Economics and organization of small business
7.Economics of trade and public catering
8.Economics of an enterprise
11.Analysis of financial and economic activities (work program)
12.Planning at the enterprise
13.Analysis of the economic activities of the enterprise
14.Economy of consumer cooperatives
16.Rating and wages
17.Economics of trade
18.Comprehensive economic analysis (work program)
19.Economics and organization of production at light industry enterprises
20.Economics of the state and local sector
21. Strategy of market competition
22. Forecasting supply and demand
23. Real estate economy
24. Organization of rationing and wages in trade
25.Economic appraisal of investments
Head of the Department, Candidate of Economic Sciences, Professor G.