Saturday May 18
Smuggled Dinosaur's Return May Boost Mongolian Paleontology
When Mongolia's most famous dinosaur, a relative of T. rex , returns to the Asian country on May 18, it returns to a homeland rich in dinosaur fossils, but with scant resources to display and study them.
Fri May 17, 2013
James Passin, the American Who Bought Mongolia
The Mongolian Stock Exchange occupies a single room inside a gray building that once housed a children's movie theater, just off SA1 4khbaatar Square in the capital city of Ulaanbaatar.
Thu May 16, 2013
JCB, Bank of Mongolia and Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia Sign ...
Tokyo and Ulan Bator, May 16, 2013 - - JCB International Co, Ltd. , the international operations subsidiary of JCB, Bank of Mongolia , chair of the nationwide payment network, and Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia , a major commercial bank in Mongolia, are pleased to announce the signing of a Master License agreement for merchant acquiring.
Animal of the day
Marbled Polecats - The Introverts
The small mammal, theMarbled Polecat , belongs to the monotypic genus Vormela and is a member of Mustelinae subfamily.
Tue May 14, 2013
This Alliance Is Brought to You by the Letter 'M' - By Brett Forrest
As a basis for an international alliance, a common first letter might not seem as natural as a common language, religion, or geography.
Mon May 13, 2013
LDS Mongolian opera star sings with Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Sister Buted Altangerel is a well-known opera singer in Mongolia who recently sang with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir during a rehearsal.
Border town bust nets haul of jade, 5 suspects
CUSTOMS officers in Manzhouli, a city on the Russian border, confiscated jade worth millions of yuan and caught five suspects in an anti-smuggling bust, a radio report said.
Sun May 12, 2013
First female candidate to run for Mongolian presidency - Indiatalkies.com
Ulan Bator, May 12 : The Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party has nominated Health Minister Natsag Udval for the June 26 presidential election, making her the first woman to run for the country's top office.
Fri May 10, 2013
Mongolia Rail Gauge Plan to Limit Cost Savings, Group Says
Mongolia's decision to use broad gauge rail for a new line to China will increase costs for coal exporters including Hong Kong-traded Mongolia Mining Corp.
Wed May 08, 2013
Hack attack: pmo.go.th gets a new look
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra must be wondering if her speech in Mongolia criticising "anti-democratic" forces within her own country was such a good idea.
Tue May 07, 2013
Disputed Dino Skeleton Returned to Mongolia
Officials are seen with a Tyrannosaurus bataar skeleton during a ceremony in New York marking the fossil's repatriation to Mongolia, May 6, 2013.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Mongolia mine tender to help secure new customers - official
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Mongolian Mining to Get $59 Million Compensation for Rail Pact
Mongolian Mining Corp. , the nation's biggest coking-coal exporter, will receive 84.3 billion tugriks in compensation as part of a pact with the government to terminate a rail-concession agreement.
Inter Press Service
Building an Agricultural Empire
The founder of the Mongol Empire, which spanned most of Eurasia until roughly 1227, Genghis and his clan had to survive on their wits and natural surroundings, often resorting to meals of "green leafy things" when food was scarce.
'I've got your back'
The Democrat Party slammed Information and Communication Technology Minister Anudith Nakornthap on Monday for his threat to silence websites that allow criticism of the prime minister.
Sat May 04, 2013
No insults, please
The Pheu Thai Party has asked the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission to look into programmes that make insulting remarks about Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
Fri May 03, 2013
Jim Armitage: This bond-market lunacy can only end in tears, and we'll be the losers
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Mongolian President Leads Rivals in Re-Election Bid, Poll Shows
President Tsakhia Elbegdorj leads his nearest rival by 13 percentage points heading into June 26 elections, according to a new poll, making it unlikely that he'll face a serious challenge as he seeks a second term.
PM sues over Facebook 'hooker' post
Julia Gillard with Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra in November last year.
Thu May 02, 2013
Prague Daily Monitor
HN: Czech businessmen return to Mongolia
Czech businessmen are returning to Mongolia after years to profit from the economic boom in this Asian country, daily Hospodarske noviny writes Thursday, citing Czech Jan Novotny who has been running a water treatment firm with 60 employees in Mongolia for ten years.