What professions we have the most necessary, what a super-phone was created in Russia, why million-plus cities are 100 years behind Moscow, how much are "apartments for jackets" – about these and other events in our review.
… The State Duma has so far adopted a draft law on compensation for large families with a mortgage in the first reading. According to the state-owned company Dom.RF, at the expense of the compensation program, together with the capital and tax deduction, large families will be able to save more than a million rubles on the mortgage.
… The Ministry of Labor has named the top 20 most sought-after professions. They included pedagogues of secondary vocational schools, sales assistants, cooks, oddly enough, lawyers, social workers, procurement specialists (buyers), additional education teachers, nurses, clerks, accountants, pedagogical defectologists, pharmacists, electricians, programmers, plumbers, drivers , waiters and bartenders, maids and bakers.
… The State Duma recommended that the Ministry of Construction set a limit on payments for utility bills: at 15% of household income.
… Despite the defeat of the eminent Serena Williams, the Russian tennis player Vitalia Dyachenko won the audience of the French Open Tennis Championship. The fans were struck by her physical shape and tight arms. Pictures of athletes are actively discussed in the media and social networks, her biceps are called "bazookas", and Vitaly herself is dubbed the "superhero from the comics."
Vitaly Dyachenko conquered her biceps.
… In Russia, they created the first telephone with quantum communication protection. The cost of the basic set (server and two phones) is about 30 million rubles, their mass production should begin by the end of the year.
… Russians have returned to austerity, almost half of families only have enough for food and clothing. Those who do not save on anything, in the country only 17%. The rest of them are tightening their belts. Most people save on vacation and travel, food, clothing and shoes. According to Rosstat, 48.2% of Russian families only have enough money for food and clothing, but not for durable goods.
… Officials can get a new salary supplement for mentoring. The increase for training new employees can be up to 30% of the salary.
… Mikhail Komarov, a resident of Ryazan, complained to the judge: because of her defiant clothing and curvaceous forms, he was confused and lost the case. The woman came in a skin-tight leather dress and because of the “big pumped lips and chest,” the man “experienced a strong sexual arousal.” However, as the author of the complaint told Lente.ru, the paper was returned to him with the words that it does not indicate specific violations in the work of the judge.
… Border guards armed with injuries. It is with this weapon that they will defend themselves against polar bears in the Arctic. These animals are listed in the Red Book, but their numbers have declined sharply due to uncontrolled shooting. “It’s impossible to shoot animals, even if they come very close and pose a threat to life,” the head of the Russian border service said.
… A nurse from Yelets in the Lipetsk region beat an incapable pensioner, explaining her actions with fatigue: “Since October, I have been around the clock with an incapacitated, and then my nerves have passed. The frame shows how the nurse mocks her grandmother. The woman was warned by video surveillance, but she apparently forgot. Investigators are studying video footage to find out if this is really an isolated case.
First Unechsky Channel: mistreatment with the grandmother fell on the video.
… Russian million-plus cities can catch up with Moscow in terms of economic development, on average, only after 100 years, reports CB Strelka. It's all about investment. Their level in non-capital cities is only 58% of the level of Moscow. In total, the country has 16 cities with a population of over a million people. They are divided into advanced (with an average growth rate of AIV in 1.4%) and lagging (0.2%). The first category includes Yekaterinburg, Petersburg, Kazan, Ufa, Samara and Krasnodar, the second – Voronezh, Omsk, Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Perm, Krasnoyarsk and Nizhny Novgorod.
… Experts of "Roskoschestvo" did not find a single sample of glazed curd cheese without any violations or shortcomings.
… The minimum cost of a new "apartment for a jacket" in Moscow is 6.4 million rubles. "Apartment for a jacket" is called housing, purchased by wealthy businessmen who regularly come to the capital on business, writes Lenta.ru.
… Official unemployment in the country in I quarter grew by 20%. The head of the Ministry of Labor considers the increase in benefits as the main reason for the growth in the number of unemployed. “That is, people simply turn to employment services,” said Maxim Topilin.
… Patriarch Kirill called the rejection of abortion a condition necessary for population growth.
… An unusual street art appeared on the wall near the Museum of the History of the GULAG in Moscow: portraits of the repressed show up only after the rain. These are tears of sorrow, and rains that wash people from life, and a blessed rain that washes away the dust of oblivion.
History Museum of the Gulag: Street Art "Rain of History."
… According to the plans of officials, by 2023 at least 70% of state medical institutions should switch to electronic recipes.
… Last year, the death rate in 32 regions increased, and the population decreased by almost 100 thousand people, said Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova. Most often death is mowing down villagers than city dwellers: villagers live almost two years less than urban ones.
… Russian scientists have created a brain stimulator of a new generation. This is a small device in a metal case, implanted under the skin, and electrodes implanted into the brain or spinal cord. This system should treat depression, migraines, chronic pain, and even Parkinson’s disease, reports Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
… Most of all smokers are in the Far East and the Far North, least of all in the North Caucasus. Experts explain this by cultural characteristics, traditions and living standards in different regions.
… Since payphones are still the only means of communication in many remote and hard-to-reach locations, from June 1, the intercity charge has been canceled. They can call free of charge to any fixed telephone network number in the country.