Mongolia Current Affairs - 2020

First 5 Re-printed Volumes of Mongolian Kanjur Manuscripts Published by Ministry of Culture

Under National Mission for Manuscripts, the Union Ministry of Culture will be reprinting all the 108 volumes of Mongolian Kanjur Manuscripts. Out of these 108 volumes, the Ministry has published the reprinted version of the first 5 volumes of the Manuscripts. March 2022 is the expected and the targeted date chosen by the Union Ministry Read More…

Nomadic Elephant 2019: Indo-Mongolian Joint Exercise

14th edition of Indo–Mongolian joint military training called Exercise Nomadic Elephant-XIV commenced from 5 October 2019. It is being conducted over a period of 14 days from 5-18 October 2019 at Bakloh, a town in Himachal Pradesh. About Nomadic Elephant 2019 The Mongolian Army is being represented by officers and troops of elite 084 Air Read More…

Asian Artistic Gymnastic Championship: Pranati Nayak wins bronze

Pranati Nayak of India won bronze medal in vault event held at Senior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships 2019 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. About Pranati Nayak The 23-year-old Indian gymnast is from West Bengal, who had qualified for vault finals with a 6th place, in finals scored 13.384 to claim bronze medal. She had scored 13.400 and Read More…

Vostok-2018: Russia to conduct largest military exercise in September 2018

Russia is going to conduct Vostok-2018 (East-2018) military exercise in central and eastern Russian military districts from September 11 to 15, 2018. It will be biggest war games ever conducted by Russia since Zapad-81 (West-81) exercise conducted by erstwhile Soviet Union in 1981 which had seen involvement about 100,000 to 150,000 troops. Vostok-2018 Vostok-2018 will Read More…

Lokesh Chandra and Mansura Haider honoured with Mongolia’s highest award

The two noted Indian scholars Lokesh Chandra and Mansura Haider have been honoured with the “North Star”, Mongolia’s highest award. They were awarded for their contribution to the development of friendly relations between India and Mongolia and promotion of Mongolian studies. The occasion also marked 60th anniversary of Indo-Mongolian diplomatic relations. Lokesh Chandra: He is Read More…