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Cosmopolitan and ICQ

The Cosmopolitan magazine website,, and ICQ have created a special Internet messenger designed for fashionable and stylish young women. The exclusive design, video and audio capabilities, quick access to key projects and much more make this new ICQ messenger an indispensable online aid for today’s Internet users.


Allure Magazine to launch in Russia

Allure has become the leading beauty media brand in the world since it was launched in the United States in 1991, saysCond? Nast International. Russia will become the third market for Allure, joining the US title, which has a circulation of just over 1.1 million, and Korea, where Allure was launched in 2003. In addition to the printed title, there will be an Allure website and digital products.


The Russian Federation Laws will be also officially published on the Internet from now on

According to the Kremlin press service, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed the law making online publication (on the official internet portal of legal information - of the full text of new legal documents official.

This law adds one more way to officially publish new legislative acts. Now in addition to publishing the new legal documents in the "Parliamentary newspaper" and "Russian newspaper", they can also be officially published online. The legislative acts can only take effect after they are officially published.


Mamas&Papas: 2 for the Price of One

The October issue of Mamas&Papas turns out to be unusual and very useful: For the first time, it consists of two separate volumes and contains information not only about children, from newborn to age 7, but also about pregnancy and childbirth. What’s more, the magazine offers two calendars: The first helps parents have fun with their children under 2 years old, and the second offers ideas of places to visit with older children.


Moscow officials are not rushing newspaper kiosk owners to get new kiosks

According to the spokesman for the Moscow Department of Mass Media and Advertising, Vladimir Yakovlev, newspaper kiosk owners do not need to rush into signing contracts to replace the existing kiosks as of September 15th.

It was reported earlier that the Moscow district councils sent the new contracts to the print media distributors. The contracts  require the print media distributors to replace the existing kiosks with the ones approved by the Moscow City Architecture Committee.