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In Interview, Luzhkov Declares Medvedev a Failure

Former Mayor Yury Luzhkov lashed out at President Dmitry Medvedev on CNN, accusing the president of not fulfilling any of his promises and of negligence in connection with terrorist attacks and this summer's drought.

Photos of the Week, Oct. 2-8

The Moscow Times

President Dmitry Medvedev prepping for his video blog, flowers marking the four years since Anna Politkovskaya's murder and autumn skies opening up over Moscow: See this week in photographs.

Producing Kilowatts From More Than Oil

Russia may be associated more with long, dark winters than sun-drenched days. But that is not stopping private companies from tapping into a growing market for solar energy.

India Will Order Up to 345 Warplanes

Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony announced on Thursday that his country would make hefty purchases of military aviation produced jointly with Russia.

Petrik Says He Earned Nobel Prize

Self-proclaimed inventor Viktor Petrik claimed that he first discovered how to produce the unique material that won two Russian-born physicists the Nobel Prize this week.

French Company to Make Gas in Nizhny

French industrial gas producer Air Liquide said it planned to start construction of an air separation unit worth 60 million euros ($84 million) in the Nizhny Novgorod region and that it would increase investments in Russia over the next five years.

Pay TV Faces Modest Growth

Pay television executives have predicted that the industry will remain modest as many households are unwilling to accept bills for the service. A major obstacle is cost.

Hearts Burn Ahead of Elections

All but seven regions across the country will hold various elections this Sunday after a campaign tarnished by fraud allegations — which some underdogs even tried to counter with German heavy metal. A total of 7,865 polls will be held in 77 regions.

Putin Gets Birthday Wishes From Belarussian President

The Moscow Times
A political tussle between Minsk and Moscow took a new twist Thursday when Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko congratulated Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on his birthday after snubbing President Dmitry Medvedev's birthday last month.

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