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  Veselin Topalov - a page dedicated to the N1 chess player of the 21st century: World championship title match Elista ...
Apr 29, 11:57 AM “I am pleased to announce that the World Championship match Topalov vs Kramnik will be held 21 September – 13 October 2006 in Elista, the capital of Kalmykia.
Both players and their managers have agreed with all the technical details of the match, which will consist of 12 games, and the prize fund will be a guaranteed minimum amount of 1 million US dollars.
Topalov and his team have arrived in Elista
www.veselintopalov.net /article/world-championship-title-match-anounced   (195 words)

  
  FIDE Online. FIDE News: Silvio Danailov, manager to Veselin Topalov visits Elista
The Manager to the World Chess Champion Veselin Topalov, Silvio Danailov accompanied by the members of his team Dancho Dzhongov and Dragomir Georgiev arrived to Elista, Russia on 24 August.
The main task of their visit, as well as of the visit of Mr.
Danailov expressed his satisfaction with the preparations to the Match and underlined that he expected nothing but the high level of the tournament to be held in Elista as always.
www.fide.com /news.asp?id=1096   (292 words)

  
  Republic of Kalmykia | Elista
Elista, the capital of Kalmykia, is located in the South West of the republic in the wide valley to the South from the Yergeninskaya Height.
By January 1, 2002 the area of Elista was 39657 hectares of which 21045 hectares is the city itself and 18612 hectares is the conjoining territories.
It was legally acknowledged in the decree by the President of the Republic of Kalmykia "On the city of Elista, the capital of the Republic of Kalmykia" dated December 02, 1997.
kalm.ru /en/elista.html   (1383 words)

  
 Elista Borzoi Information
Several Elista Borzoi do pet therapy in the Pet Visitation Program with the SPCA and visit the elderly and the sick at hospitals and seniors lodges.
Elista Borzoi have participated in many fashion shows and photo shoots and have visited schools and kindergartens.
Elista strives to produce show, field, or companion dogs that are sound in mind and body, a dog that easily assimilates into most life styles.
goto-hwl.com /elista/about.html   (259 words)

  
 Embassy of Republic of Kalmykia at the President of Russian Federation
Elista, the capital of the Republic of Kalmykia is an organizing and leading center of its social economic development.
Elista, the capital of the steppes is exactly the geographical center of Kalmykia located at the intersection of Tsaritsin-Stavropol and KizIyar-Astrakhan routes, two main ancient roads which crossed the Kalmyk steppes.
Elista saw its most tragic days during the World War II when it was occupied by German fascists and completely destroyed.
www.kalmykiaembassy.ru /html/ecapital.html   (458 words)

  
 ChessBase.com - Chess News - World Championship 2006: First day in Elista
At the destination airport they were met by an official governement delegation and greeted with the traditional snow-white scarves, known as "khadaki", and with Kalmyk milk tea or "dzhomba".
Then they passed through the Golden Gates that lead to the centre of Elista, where the city was celebrating the 141st anniversary of its foundation (in 1865 the first fortified houses were built in this location).
Stops included a golden pagoda that shares the central square with a statue of Lenin; a dazzling new $25 million Buddhist temple, the largest in Europe at 64 metres (208ft) tall; and the local supermarket, where the bemused players were shown the fresh meat counters and the cake displays.
chessbase.com /newsdetail.asp?newsid=3351   (648 words)

  
 ChessBase.com - Chess News - World Championship 2006: First day in Elista
At the destination airport they were met by an official governement delegation and greeted with the traditional snow-white scarves, known as "khadaki", and with Kalmyk milk tea or "dzhomba".
Then they passed through the Golden Gates that lead to the centre of Elista, where the city was celebrating the 141st anniversary of its foundation (in 1865 the first fortified houses were built in this location).
Stops included a golden pagoda that shares the central square with a statue of Lenin; a dazzling new $25 million Buddhist temple, the largest in Europe at 64 metres (208ft) tall; and the local supermarket, where the bemused players were shown the fresh meat counters and the cake displays.
www.chessbase.com /eventarticle.asp?newsid=3351   (638 words)

  
 US Chess Federation: Chess Buzz October 12
Everyone seems to be settled in and gotten acquainted and comfortable with their surroundings and the gentle people of Elista.
The situation was resolved when he was instructed to throw his key out the window onto the street where it could be retrieved and the door unlocked from the hallway.
Elista has several specialized hospitals with varying reports from those of the Olympiad visitors who had to go there.
www.uschess.org /clife/issue79/buzz.html   (5477 words)

  
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"Elista Diaries: Karpov-Kamsky 1996" by Anatoly Karpov and Ron Henley, 1996 R & D Publishing, Figurine Algebraic, Softcover, 332pp., $29.95 Reviewed by Glenn Budzinski "Elista Diaries" is a record of Anatoly Karpov's 1996 FIDE World Championship match victory over Gata Kamsky, as seen through the eyes of Karpov and his second, American Grandmaster Ron Henley.
In this instance, a comparison was made between the commentary of "Elista Diaries" and that contained in the well-regarded publications of "New In Chess" and "Inside Chess", both of which also provided relatively complete coverage of the match.
Karpov's analysis in "Elista" may not be as comprehensive as one might wish, but it does get to the point.
www.chesscafe.com /text/elista.txt   (1466 words)

  
 Pediatric HIV infection in Elista, Russia: interventional strategies.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Such practices include the reuse of needles and syringes, the use of unscreened blood, a dependence upon injectable medication owing to a paucity of oral formulations, and the use of blood transfusion as a therapeutic maneuver.
As of July 1990, Elista, a city of approximately 100,000, had officially listed 91 individuals as infected with HIV, of whom 75 were children.
No new cases of horizontally acquired pediatric HIV infection have been reported in Elista since 1990 due to education about how HIV is acquired and the establishment of appropriate infection control procedures in the hospitals.
www.popline.org /docs/1083/103911.html   (346 words)

  
 Nosocomial outbreak of HIV infection in Elista, USSR.
Nosocomial outbreak of HIV infection in Elista, USSR.
A total of 41 out of 2504 children and 8 of 115 mothers of children who had been admitted to hospital in Elista Town (Kalmykia Republic, USSR) during the period from May until December 1988 were found HIV antibody positive by ELISA and Western Blot testing.
No other HIV infection was identified among 20,000 inhabitants of Elista including 948 hospital workers and 1032 members of families of infected persons.
gateway.nlm.nih.gov /MeetingAbstracts/102175990.html   (284 words)

  
 Elista - AOL Music   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Elista (Russian: ???????; Kalmyk: ????, Elst) is the capital of the Republic of Kalmykia, a federal subject of the Russian Federation.
Elista will be closed for holidays from 5 to 15 June.
Elista official AOL Music site for Elista music videos, Elista songs, Elista photos, Elista live performances and more information on Elista.
music.aol.com /artist/elista/696410/main   (109 words)

  
 SIGHTINGS:
While drug-related HIV can be blamed on gangsters and the region's growing pains, the tragedy that occurred in the city of Elista signifies for many a substantial rip in the fabric of basic health care.
In May, 1988, the child was admitted to Elista's pediatric hospital with a variety of intractable infections, all with no apparent causes.
And follow-up investigations determined that the problems at Elista were not unique: Pediatric practices in hospitals, clinics and doctors' offices throughout Russia were astonishingly backward.
www.rense.com /health/elista.htm   (1908 words)

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