A team of doctors from the First Central Hospital and National Center for Maternal and Child Health of Mongolia with support from South Korea’s ASAN Medical Center have successfully performed a liver transplant operation.
The 12th India-Mongolia military exercises, titled Nomadic Elephant 2017 have just concluded at the army’s premier Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School in Vairengte in the north-eastern state of Mizoram.
A 25 year-old Mongolian man who has been suffering from paralysis since birth, has participated in the ”Next Male Model” Mongolian Bodybuilding and Fitness Competition. His name is G.Batjargal and he has been practicing bodybuilding at ‘Chiireg Mongol’ club for two years. Bodybuilding coach E.Ganzorig has helped him through all his difficulties from not being able to lift chair to becoming a serious bodybuilding athlete. According to his coach, G.Batjargal gained some weight since beginnin
The Mongolian National Girls’ U14 Football Team has beaten the Mariana Islands by 2:0 at the East Asian Football Championship. E.Enkmargad and Wan Lora scored two points against the Mariana Islands team.
S.Batbold, mayor of Mongolia’s capital said on Wednesday (19th April) that Ulaanbaatar is seeking to forge a sister city agreement with Tokyo by 2020 and expand bilateral ties through tourism, culture and sports. At present Mayor Batbold is making a five-day visit to Tokyo.
Some Mongolian workers who were fired from their jobs at ‘Chinhash’ LLC ( a company with substantial Chinese investment) gave a press conference on 19th of April in which they described illegal activities currently taking place in Dundgobi province.
The Mongolian Parliamentary Standing Committee on Environment, Food and Agriculture discussed the status of the country’s livestock, in particular, the birth of young animals, during a meeting held on Wednesday 19th of April.
’Sputnik’, ’Voyager’, ’Mariner’ and ’Galileo’ are the sort of names space probes and satellites should have - especially for a country’s first domestic foray into earth orbit! Mongolia’s first satellite is called simply ‘Monsat-1’! The satellite was launched by Mongolian ‘MongolSat Networks’ company in cooperation with ‘ABS’ (Asia Broadcast Satellite) without fanfare on 21st of January.