Featured stories about Tajik
A recent discussion in the blogosphere offers a rare glimpse into what it means to be gay in Tajikistan and how the country's people view members of the LGBT community.
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Latest stories about Tajik
18 March 2014
Saodat Amirshoeva, a female MP in Tajikistan, has a passion for trying to regulate marriage. She is now urging the parliament to ban cousin marriage.
5 March 2014
Oinikhol Bobonazarova of Tajikistan wins the International Women of Courage Award.
4 March 2014
Is Russian-language print media in Tajikistan a "threat" or is it "under threat"?
24 February 2014
Social media is enabling Tajikistan's gay community to speak up against widespread homophobic attitudes. These attitudes, however, are quite sticky.
14 February 2014
Popular among younger people in cities, Valentine's Day struggles to gain broader acceptance in Tajikistan.
24 January 2014
In Tajikistan, a person's name is no longer a private matter. Officials insist that a name is an indication of the degree of patriotism of its bearer.
19 December 2013
As historians in Tajikistan seek to move the origins of the nation as far back in time as possible, netizens are increasingly distrustful of the updated history.
17 December 2013
An image of a Tajik flag used to collect trash has angered social media users in the country.
7 November 2013
During the months leading to Tajikistan's presidential polls, the idea of a boycott of the elections was popular among social media users. Why has the boycott not happened?
6 November 2013
Today's elections in Tajikistan will extend the two-decade-long presidency of Emomali Rahmon for another seven years. The vote does not have even a modicum of suspense.