Monthly Archives: October 2021

Bulgaria connects its day-ahead electricity market with Romania

SOFIA, October 27 (Reuters) – The Bulgarian power exchange connected its day-ahead power market to neighboring Romania on Wednesday, which enables the connection to other European power markets and increases liquidity. The Independent Bulgarian Energy Exchange (IBEX) announced that the first delivery day would be October 28th. The so-called coupling …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Dark red zones rise to 20 from 28

[ad_1] Twenty out of 28 of the counties in Bulgaria are Covid-19 dark red zones, according to the classification of the Ministry of Health, which sets the threshold at 500 or more out of 100,000 inhabitants, according to the Ministry’s update for the 14-day period October 26th. This is an …

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Cardano continues to lead the blockchain platform package

[ad_1] Disclaimer: The Industry Talk section provides insights from players in the crypto industry and is not part of the editorial content of Cryptonews.com. 2021 has been one of the greatest years in cryptocurrency and blockchain so far. Amid all the headlines about Bitcoin prices and NFTs, blockchain platforms also …

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Thought book: contradictions are part of life in India

[ad_1] Contradictions shape life in India. Opposites tarnish any satisfaction that we derive from our achievements, our strengths and things we can be proud of. This is a sad truth. It’s an old truth too. Can that – the old age of our contradictions – ease our sadness about them? …

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Codissia urges Bulgaria to examine joint ventures in the defense sector

The Coimbatore District Association of Small Industries (Codissia) has asked Bulgaria to examine joint ventures here, particularly in the defense sector. MV Ramesh Babu, President of Codissia, said Bulgaria’s Ambassador to India Eleonora Dimitrova was recently in the city. From here she invited business delegations to four major exhibitions in …

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MANOWAR cannot carry out the Bulgaria Show because the organizers do not meet contractual obligations; New album with a song dedicated to the Bulgarian Manowarriors

[ad_1] Manowar will not be able to hold the previously planned open-air performance in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, on July 4, 2022 because the organizers are not meeting their contractual obligations. Bulgarian fans can rest assured that the band will return to this glorious land, said a representative. And this promise comes …

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When something is transparent, you can see what is behind it

[ad_1] “Transparency” is a catchphrase today used by politicians of all parties and every worldview. It has been used on each of our candidate forums this local election year. Pronouncing the word is easy but doesn’t make sense unless it’s followed through. To be transparent, a government – made up …

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Men’s tennis signs Belgian front-runner Bailly

[ad_1] Austin – University of Texas Men’s Tennis has signed Belgian front-runner Pierre-Yves Bailly (EEV BAY-lee) to an athletics scholarship contract (ASA), head coach Bruce Berque Announced Wednesday. He will join the program in January and join the team in spring 2022. “We are very pleased to welcome Pierre-Yves to …

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Lucia “Lucy” Sofia Hooks – Ksst Radio

[ad_1] Lucy hook A funeral service for Lucia “Lucy” Sofia Hooks, 98 years old, will be held on Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. in Laurel Land Memorial Park (Ehrenfeld area) in Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Hooks passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 16, 2021, in Sulfur Springs, Texas. She …

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James “Jim” O. Rawcliffe | News, sports, jobs

[ad_1] James “Jim” O. Rawcliffe James “Jim” O. Rawcliffe was born on November 8, 1930 in Lancaster, England and died on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo. He was the second child of Brigadier James M. Rawcliffe, OBE, MC “The Bridge” prior to her …

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Brown sahib. at Brown University

[ad_1] Sir Varshney, learn to see India and Hindus through a sensible lens, not brown-tinted colonial ones. We know you work at Brown University, but we are sure that the university does not require you to be your resident Brown Sahib. It takes a particularly perverted and colonized mind to …

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Group Stage – CSKA Sofia vs Zorya Preview & Prediction

[ad_1] Pick the sports you want to hear about and TSZ will send the best previews, analysis and predictions straight to your inbox. Register today! THE FACTS When is CSKA Sofia vs Zorya takes place? CSKA Sofia vs Zorya will take place on Thursday 21 October 2021 at 8:00 p.m. …

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Ayew, Kamaldeen, Tetteh score on return of Black Stars service

[ad_1] Ghana’s leading soccer website, GHANAsoccernet.com, offers you a comprehensive report on the performance of Ghanaian players abroad in their respective leagues. Our reporter Herbert Boakye Yiadom reports on how the players fared with their club after the international break. Players who met over the weekend Kamaldeen Sulemana scored for …

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Local elections are held in North Macedonia – Novinite.com

[ad_1] Local Choose takes place today in the neighboring republic North Macedonia, reported a BGNES. 1,824,864 people are eligible to vote. 301 candidates run for mayor’s office and 10,600 for municipal councilors. Twelve candidates are running for the mayor’s office of the capital Skopje. The second round of Choose takes …

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Maliban Biscuits celebrates World Quality Week

[ad_1] Maliban has endeavored to maintain a consistent quality of its variety of products through the introduction of the most modern manufacturing processes, good hygiene practices and high-quality raw materials. With the introduction of international standards in Sri Lanka, Maliban was certified with the ISO 9001 quality management system in …

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Entrepreneur: Bulgaria’s Edible Mugs – Novinite.com

[ad_1] Miroslav Zapryanovs “Cupffee”Makes waffle coffee cups in a new factory nearby Plovdiv and exports 97% of the production The idea of ​​eating your cup after drinking this coffee Miroslav Zapryanov came into it during his studies. When he was growing up, he tried. And in 2004 he baked his …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 86 dead last day, 3440 new cases

86 people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last day, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 22,188, according to the unified information portal report dated October 16. Of 24,730 tests done the previous day, 3,440 – about 13.91 percent – proved positive. So far, 537,752 cases of …

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Covid-19 dark red zones in Bulgaria are now number 11

[ad_1] The number of districts in Bulgaria that are dark red Covid-19 zones, which means a morbidity rate of 500 or more out of 100,000 residents on a 14-day basis, has increased to 11 after Stara Zagora and Yambol crossed the threshold, according to the October 15th update from the …

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Sofia Levin’s top pop-up picks

[ad_1] Al Dente Covid’s success story, Al Dente, pops up at The Belfry on Brunswick Street in Fitzroy until indoor dining capacity has a semblance of normal. It’s a serious barbecue menu from former Grossi Florentino Chef Andrea Vigliante: try scallops with macadamia, chilli, and garlic flowers ($ 5 each); …

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CHEP has appointed Gabriel Ivan as Country General Manager for Romania and Bulgaria to strengthen its leadership position in the regional supply chain market

The logistics group CHEP, the leading provider of pallet pooling for the European supply chain, announces the appointment of Gabriel Ivan as Country General Manager for. known Romania and Bulgaria after three years of successful management of the establishment of the local branch. In this expanded role, Gabriel Ivan will …

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NCIPD: 8 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 dark red zones

[ad_1] Eight of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are dark red Covid-19 zones, which corresponds to a morbidity rate of 500 or more in 100,000 inhabitants, according to the October 12 update from the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD). The last district classified as dark red for …

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New EES technologies at Bulgaria’s aviation hubs

[ad_1] SSARM is one of the leading IT system integrators in Bulgaria and, following a tender from the Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior, last year received a major order to equip the Bulgarian aviation hubs with EES-compliant border control solutions. In the meantime, SSARM, in cooperation with its German partner …

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Yellow code for heavy rainfall in 14 districts

[ad_1] On October 9, the yellow code for heavy rain applies to 14 districts in the country. This is indicated by a on the NIMH website. These are Vidin, Montana, Vratsa, Sofia Region, Sofia, Pernik, Kyustendil, Blagoevgrad, Pazardzhik, Smolyan, Kardzhali, Plovdiv, Lovech and Haskovo. The expected amount of precipitation is …

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Gibraltar U21 suffered a 5-0 defeat against Bulgaria

Jaylan Hankin was in action from the start when Gibraltar faced Bulgaria under 21 away.An offensive-looking Bulgaria started looking for a quick goal.However, Gibraltar had to claim a penalty within the first five minutes after Bulgaria’s defense defeated an attacker after a brief pause.Bulgaria moved on just as quickly in …

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World’s First Malaria Vaccine Approved – Novinite.com

[ad_1] the World health organization (WHO) recommends the widespread use of a malaria vaccine in children in Africa and other areas with a high prevalence of Malaria. This is a great achievement in the long battle against the deadly Illness. Malaria is a parasite disease that has existed for millennia …

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Where do Bulgarian students want to study? – Novinite.com

Early applications for the Netherlands increase by 80%. Belgium becomes the travel destination of choice, and interest in the USA grows The growth of early applications for study in the Netherlands in the next academic year is over 80%, announced the company “Integral” – organizer of the forum “World Education”, …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 104 dead, 2866 new cases last day

The death of 104 people who tested positive for Covid-19 in Bulgaria was recorded last day, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 21,320, the Ministry of Health said on October 6. The Ministry of Health announced that 96.15 percent of those who died last day were not vaccinated. Of …

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