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The unit of CWP Global is planning a EUR 614 million onshore wind project in Bulgaria

September 19 (Renewables Now) – Dobrotich Wind, a subsidiary of Australian renewables developer CWP Global, plans to invest BGN1.2bn (US$612.2m/€613.5m) in the construction of an onshore Invest in wind farms with 74 turbines in north-eastern Bulgaria. Equipped with turbines with a planned capacity of up to 8 MW each, the …

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In Bulgaria, Soviet war memorials are turning into ghosts

SOFIA – It’s hard not to miss the massive 11-meter-tall statue that towers over Plovdiv and stands proudly on the Bulgarian city’s second-highest hill. The giant figure named Alyosha, a generic diminutive referring to Soviet soldiers, honors the Red Army soldiers who fought in Bulgaria during World War II. Some …

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52 Entertainment from France buys the Bulgarian game developer Casualino

SOFIA (Bulgaria), 15 September (SeeNews) – French e-gaming solution provider 52 Entertainment announced that it has acquired Bulgarian game development studio Casualino, strengthening its region-specific capabilities particularly in board and card games. The transaction is a major acquisition for the French company and puts it on track to achieve its …

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Tejasswin Prakash shares a “TejRan” moment as she wears Karan Kundrra’s denim jacket; IMAGE

Tejasswi Prakash and Karan Kundrra are one of the most popular and adored couples in the television industry. They met at the Bigg Boss 15 hosted by Salman Khan and have been inseparable ever since. Her fans affectionately call her “TejRan” and the couple never miss an opportunity to shower …

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61st Heritage Music Fest at 8th Cross VV Mohalla: purity and melody its trump card

from dr Padmavathi Narasimhan On the 9th day of Ganeshotsava at the 8th Cross VV Mohalla, music legend Lalgudi Jayaraman’s son, Lalgudi GJR Krishnan, performed a solo violin recital. He was accompanied by Vittal Ramamurthy on violin, the renowned Mridangist Bhaktavatsalam on Mridanga, Bhargava Halambi on Kanjira and Rajashekhar on …

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135 years ago the first “Orient Express” train left Vienna for Istanbul – europeantimes.news

In 1887 the first Orient Express train to Istanbul left Vienna. In fact, his very first ride on the legendary train was on October 4, 1883. A test train called the “Luxury Lightning Train” ran the Paris – Vienna – Paris route in early October 1882. The first menu on …

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As Chile charts a pluralistic future, some Indians aspire to Hindu Rashtra

In earth science, the Coriolis effect explains why megastorms rotate in opposite directions in the two hemispheres. The political storms brewing over India and Chile appear to be under the same influence. One tries to move away from the long shadow of the Augusto Pinochet era, a time of market …

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Naming ceremony of the 4th ship named Shipka in the history of Navibulgar

Yesterday, August 31, 2022, the flag of the 6th in the series of twelve 32,150-ton bulk carriers contracted by Navigation Maritime Bulgarian was hoisted at Jiangsu Yangzi Xinfu Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. hoisted.Captain Genadi Kostov and engineer Yuri Dimitrov are her first master and chief engineer, and her godmother is Mrs. …

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Four Greek destinations among Europe’s top spots with the fastest mobile internet speeds

Four Greek Destinations – Athens, Nafplio, Santorini and Heraklion – are among Europe’s top holiday destinations that offer this fastest mobile internet speedaccording to a recent survey by oka provider of network intelligence and connectivity insights. Ookla’s mobile internet performance analysis covers 50 popular travel destinations across the continent. The …

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Kaavikale State Workshop Inaugurated – Star of Mysore

Mysore/Mysuru: The four-day state level Kaavikale workshop organized as part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, by ABVP’s Art Matters and Mysuru Department in collaboration with the University of Mysore (UoM), was inaugurated on August 25th at Vignan Bhavan in Manasagangothri. Artist and senior photojournalist SM Jambukeshwara uniquely opened the workshop …

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Longtime Artistic Director of the Nashville Ballet, Paul Vasterling, is retiring

Nashville Ballet has announced the artistic director Paul Vasterling will retire at the end of the 2022-2023 season, completing 33 years with the organization. As the longest-serving Artistic Director in the history of the Nashville Ballet, the Board has decided to appoint him Artistic Director Emeritus upon his retirement in …

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India’s Fall From Ambedkar Jal Satyagraha to Indra Meghwal

Indra Meghwal, a nine year old third norm student of a Saraswati Vidya Mandir in Jalore in Rajasthan was beaten by his teacher on July 20. This boy’s “crime” was Drink water from A Ship apparently “reserved” for his teacher, an upper caste man. This is how Indra’s parents and …

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Indie Journal | Equality is not established by simply making symbols

Nine-year-old Indra, a fifth-grader from Rajasthan, was born into a caste family in a marginalized Dalit community and was punished for this “crime”. Vika’s Parasram Meshram | Even After 75 years of independence, Dalits face atrocities in the country. Such incidents happen every day. According to government figures in Parliament, …

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Maui Drug Court Conclusion | News, Sports, Jobs

The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER Photos FIRST PHOTO: Second Circuit Court Judge Kelsey Kawano (second from right) poses with members of the Maui/Molokai Drug Court’s 79th Graduating Class after Thursday afternoon’s ceremony. The class includes: Shayalee Yoshida (from left), Connor …

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Bulgarian company Tchaikapharma reports a 5% yoy drop in first-half net profit and plans to raise its cap

SOFIA (Bulgaria), August 17 (SeeNews) – Bulgaria’s Tchaikapharma High Quality Medicines [BUL:7TH] said on Wednesday that its consolidated net profit in the first half of 2022 fell to around 2.6 million leva ($1.35 million) from 2.72 million leva in the same period in 2021. The company’s operating income rose to …

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International cast brings NUTCRACKER! Magic of the Christmas Ballet for American Audiences | news

PERSONNEL REPORT An award-winning all-star ensemble from Ukraine, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Turkey and more brings NUTCRACKER on this 30th anniversary tour! Magic of Christmas Ballet returns to Asheville on December 20 at 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. at Harrah’s Cherokee Talmi Entertainment Producer Dan Talmi said the classic Christmas ballet, …

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Security at the Red Fort faces a particular challenge of capturing monkeys ahead of the 75th Independence Day celebrations

Security forces face the unique challenge of capturing monkeys and removing them from the Red Fort area ahead of the celebrations of India’s 75th Independence Day. According to the Indian Express, the municipal body has deployed around 10 monkey scavengers, while the eight have been deployed by the Forest Service, …

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War in Ukraine: State TV journalist arrested, H&M and IKEA whip out last stocks and oil shipments resume

1. Ukraine says nine Russian warplanes “destroyed” in blasts in Crimea According to the Ukrainian Air Force, nine Russian warplanes were destroyed in explosions at a military base in Crimea on Tuesday. Two US newspapers reported that Ukrainian special forces had carried out an attack on the peninsula annexed by …

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Bulgaria secretly sent 4,200 tons of weapons to Ukraine via Poland

In the first four months after the start of the war, up to June 30, licenses for the export of Bulgarian arms worth EUR 1 billion were signed. Bulgarian Acting Minister of Economy Alexander Mikhailov said his country is providing military support to Ukraine. We are talking about 4200 tons …

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COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Most newly registered cases are in Sofia, Plovdiv and Varna – Novinite.com

That cases of the corona virus Bulgaria are for the last 24 hours 1,701 with 7,362 tests completed (just over 23 percent), according to the latest data in the Unified Information Portal. 1,086 people were healed and six died, four not vaccinated. 180 People have been admitted to hospitals and …

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Australia’s Godwin and England’s Jarman take all-around gold, England wins the team title at the Commonwealth Games

Australia Georgia Godwin and England’s Jake Jarman won all-around gold and the England women’s and men’s team titles in the gymnastics competition held July 29-August at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England. 24-year-old Godwin, who finished second overall at the 2018 Gold Coast Games, almost equaled her second-place qualifying result, …

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Why tribal communities call for a separate code of religion

Tribal communities from 5 states including Jharkhand, Odisha and Assam claim their religion as ‘Sarna’ and ensure they fall under that category at the next census. They argue that tribesmen have their own religion, religious practices and customs that should be recognized by the government. The tribal communities are being …

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Tushar collides with Pranay

July 30, 2022 | 06:26 IST Tushar collides with Pranay Herald of the team PANJIM: Tushar Suveer of Karnataka meets Pranay Shettigar (3) of Maharashtra in the U-17 Boys’ Singles Final at the 2022 Yonex-Sunrise All India Sub Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament in Goa. In the U-17 semifinals at Manohar …

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StartupBlink CEO on how Rebellion can help Bulgarian economy

So far, war-crazed and recession-prone 2022 looks even more tumultuous than post-pandemic 2021. Could startup ecosystems be the answer to prosperity as the global economy takes a hit? In the case of Bulgaria, Eli David, the co-founder and CEO of StartupBlink, the global map and research center of the startup …

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Local residents are protesting against the planned processing plant for catalytic converters / articles

The local authority of South Kurland is cautious about the project and wants to be sure of all possible risks, but some residents are strongly opposed to the project and are concerned about the environmental impact and whether it is necessary to collect hazardous waste from other countries to import …

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These 5 women are making their mark in the Alcobev industry

The vibrant Alcobev scene in India sees a number of women at the helm. As brewers, blenders and entrepreneurs, this is another male bastion that women have broken through to reach the top. Their participation in various functions such as marketers, consultants and CFOs makes the alcobev space an exciting …

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Levski Sofia vs PAOK – preview, tips and odds

UEFA Europa Conference League Levski Sofia PAOK game preview Vivacom Arena – Georgi Asparuhov hosts Levski Sofia and PAOK for their UEFA Europa Conference League qualifier quarter-finals clash on Thursday. The Bulgarian Cup holders will look to gain an advantage at home ahead of the second leg in Greece next …

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Two students who received grants from MidAmerica National Bank

Submitted Messages | Canton diary CANTON – Jenna Gorsuch and Ryan Riddell have been awarded the MidAmerica National Bank Great Start Scholarships for the 2022-2023 school year. These scholarships were created to give local students a “good start” in their education. More: MidAmerica National Bank raises funds for Canton fireworks …

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Tourists with COVID: what measures are hoteliers taking in Bulgaria – Novinite.com

The expected highlight of the new COVID wave raises many questions for the economy and thus for one of the most vulnerable sectors in our country – tourism. A large part of hoteliers say they’ve been through this for the past 2 years COVID crisis with difficulty. Now the cases …

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Almost half of districts in Bulgaria are yellow Covid-19 zones – The Sofia Globe

Thirteen out of 28 counties in Bulgaria are classified as yellow Covid-19 zones, according to figures in the July 13 update of the Unified Information Portal. This means they have a Covid-19 morbidity rate of between 100 and 249.9 per 100,000 population on a 14-day basis. Bulgaria’s capital Sofia is …

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IVCC Announces Spring 2022 Presidential Honors – Shaw Local

For the Spring 2022 semester, 170 students were inducted into the Illinois Valley Community College Presidential Honors list. Students with a grade point average of 3.75 to 4.0 in twelve or more semester hours, listed by hometown, are: Ancona: Bradley Simpson; Dalzell: Nathaniel Clothmaker; DePue: Enrique Perez, Yazmin Rangel and …

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Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation imposes 120 crore flexi fines and receives Rs 12 crore | Hyderabad News

HYDERABAD: For the past nearly three years since the city’s ban on illegal flexis/hoarding was enforced, the GHMC has imposed fines of Rs 120 crore on violators, including private companies and political parties. But the civic body has failed to get violators to cough up the fine and has so …

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Wizz Air Adds Wet-Leased Boeing 737 to Sofia Operations

Photo: SkyUp Airlines WizzAir IATA/ICAO code W6/WZZ airline guy Ultra low cost carrier founding year 2003 chairman Jozsef Varadi country Hungary Wizz Air has leased a Boeing B737-800 from Ukraine’s LCC SkyUp Airlines. The aircraft will be added to Wizz Air Base in Sofia, Bulgaria for an indefinite period. The …

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10 underrated beach vacations that rival Greece – for a fraction of the price

The Algarve alternative Jaz Beach, Montenegro Though one of the longest beaches in the Budva area, the true flagship of Montenegrin tourism, Jaz Beach is decidedly low-key compared to some of its bustling neighbors — particularly notable as the beach has hosted concerts by the likes of The Rolling Stones …

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When Amit Kumar won against Kishore Kumar, he was presented with the award by his father: “He said Melodie mujhe hara diya”

singer Amit Kumar, Son of a legendary singer Kishore Kumar made his name in the movies singing popular songs like “Bade Achchhe Lagte Hain”, “Aati Rahengi Baharein”, “Keh Do Ke Tum Ho Meri Varna” but today’s audience mostly remembers Amit as the Man who preserved his late father’s legacy. But …

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Tribesmen from 5 states are urging the center to recognize the religion

The agitators also pledged to intensify their fight to have the “Sarna Dharma Code” recognized. New Delhi: Large numbers of people from various tribal communities across five states, including Jharkhand, Odisha and Assam, demonstrated here on Thursday, demanding that the center recognize their religion as “Sarna” and ensure their counting …

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The Caste and Politics of Sena’s Rise and Crisis

The political situation in Maharashtra is changing. One of Shiv Sena’s senior leaders and a strong Thane man, Eknath Shinde has defied the party leadership and exposed the weaknesses of Uddhav Thackeray’s leadership. If Shinde is a Sainik in the old form of aggressive street politics, the rebel camp accuses …

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Queer, confused, without maternal instincts: The worst person(s) in the world

When we saw Renate Reinsve’s Julie in Joachim Trier’s The Worst Man in the World, many of us immediately thought of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag. While “Fleabag” has become something of a smash hit, it was too late for the general public to take notice of Fleabag’s lesser-known sister, Lulu, from …

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Akshay Kumar on Raksha Bandhan-Laal Singh Chaddha releases same day: “It’s not a clash I hope both films…”

Akshaykumaralong with filmmaker Aanand L Rai and co-star Bhumi Pednekar, unveiled the trailer of his upcoming film Raksha Bandhan in New Delhi on Tuesday. Here, while addressing the press, Akshay spoke about his film clashing at the box office with the highly anticipated Forrest Gump remake Laal Singh Chaddha by …

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New shows on sale at Wolverhampton Grand Theater this week

The Wolverhampton Grand Theater today announces a brand new season of shows on sale Friday 24 June, with priority booking for Friends of the Grand and members online from Wednesday 22 June at 8am. The new shows are: The critically acclaimed Varna International Ballet was founded in 1947 and is …

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Urgent solutions sought for wheat exports from Ukraine

Ukraine has an estimated 25 to 30 million tons of grain in urgent need of moving as the next harvest approaches this year. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said in late May that wheat exports from Ukraine fell to between 200,000 and 1 million tons per month, compared …

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Donald E Hultgren | obituaries

February 28, 1945 – June 2, 2022 EUREKA – Donald E. Hultgren, 77, died on June 2, 2022 at his daughter’s home. Donald was better known to many as Don or Donnie and was called Papa by those he loved and those who loved him most. Born February 28, 1945 …

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DMK vs. Governor: Explanation of the “sanatana dharma” debate unfolding in TN

In a statement, DMK MP TR Baalu ​​indicated that it was a violation of the law for a governor to express religious, Sanatana and Varna views, further claiming that Ravi was breaking the oath he took when he took office have. Days after he waxed lyrical about “Sanatana Dharma” during …

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Gatwick Airport: All canceled easyJet and Wizz Air flights for Sunday 12 June

EasyJet said around 24 flights a day from Gatwick would be canceled between Saturday 28 May and Monday 6 June. Register to our daily SussexWorld Today newsletter SussexWorld has compiled a list of easyJet and Wizz Air flights grounded at Gatwick Airport today (Sunday 12 June). Picture by Hollie Adams/Getty …

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Message delivered loud and clear: The Tribune India

Sheet Sex is the desire, yes ‘mankomana’ of all, but few take the path of protection. As Manokamna Tripathi aka Nushrratt takes on the responsibility of raising condom awareness, the entire cast helps get the message across loud and clear. It’s a common man’s world, so the common man’s problem …

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Registration for the 2022 FIDE World Youth Chess Championships open

Registration for the is now possible FIDE World Youth Chess Championships 2022. The international event, organized by FIDE and the Romanian Chess Federation together with Chess Club Universul and Chess Club Juniorul Constanta, will take place from September 5th to 17th in Mamaia, city of Constanta, Romania. US chess will …

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Bulgaria pledges export support for wheat

Some Ukrainian grain may reach export customers via the Bulgarian Black Sea port of Varna. Photo: Port of Varna BULGARIA has thrown its hat in the ring as part of the solution to the global grain supply crisis stemming from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In a speech in Brussels last …

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Can grain trains save Ukrainian farmers and avert a global food crisis?

Ukraine’s harvested crops are threatening to rot in silos or ships after February’s Russian invasion, sparking fears of worsening global hunger. Before the war, Ukraine exported more than 5 million tons of grain every month, most of it through its Black Sea ports. But now Russian warships are blockading these …

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Is the Trans-Caspian Corridor ready for prime time?

Timing is everything, and sometimes you just get it right. This is how one must feel these days in Azerbaijan, where the expansion of the free trade zone near Alat is scheduled to be completed in July. Alat is a municipality 70 kilometers south of the capital, where the Port …

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Gold and bronze medals in gymnastics for Ana Đerek in Varna!

May 29, 2022 – Ana Đerek won two medals at the World Cup in Varna on Sunday! First she won gold on beam and soon after bronze on floor! After yesterday’s silver medal by Mate Žugec on the pommel horse, Croatia returns with a set of medals from Bulgaria, which …

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The casteless village “Panchayat” is a utopia that does not exist

I woke up pretty late to the web series Panchayat and only saw it last week when the show’s second season started streaming. I finished both seasons in two days and two nights, enchanted by the story of a young Abhishek Tripathi, played by Jeetendra Kumar, who is trying to …

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The Bulgarian expert community fully supports the constitutional reform of Kazakhstan

SOFIA. KAZINFORM A round table on constitutional reform and a national referendum on amendments and additions to the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan were held. The event was attended by representatives of experts, political parties, public organizations and the Bulgarian media. The Ambassador of Kazakhstan Temirtay Izbastin acquainted the …

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United States Gymnastics | Bischoff and Burkhart will make their senior international debuts at the Varna World Challenge Cup on May 26-29

© team photo VARNA, Bulgaria (May 25, 2022) – Jeremy Bischoff (Santa Clarita, Calif./Stanford University) and Taylor Burkhart (Morrison, Colorado/Stanford Boy’s Gymnastics) from the Men’s Senior Development Team get a taste of the international spotlight this weekend at the FIG World Challenge Cup in Varna, Bulgaria. The event, which will …

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Actor Christopher Eccleston has canceled his Phoenix Fan Fusion appearance

Just a week before the pop culture convention Phoenix fan fusion begins, one of his most famous guests has said goodbye. Christopher Eccleston, perhaps best known as the Ninth Doctor Doctor Whoannounced on May 21 that he would not be appearing at the event. In a video that Phoenix Fan …

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BSEC orders seize shares in PK Halder

The Bangladesh Security and Exchange Commission (BSEC) has ordered the seizure of all market shares from Prashanta Kumar Halder, better known as the PK Halder companies. The Central Depository Bangladesh Limited was ordered on Thursday to seize the shares after the court froze all of Halder’s assets following a case …

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Ukrainian cargo plane flew 9 times from Varna and Burgas with Defense-Related Products – Novinite.com

A Ukrainian An-12 charge Plane flew nine times between February 24 and May 10 this year from Rzeszów Airport in Poland to Varna and Burgas with “defense related products“. This is shown by a report provided to Bulgarian media “Dnevnik” by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) under the Law …

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Milko Lazarov • President, Union of Bulgarian Filmmakers

“We give prominence to the film professionals who normally remain in the shadows” 05/16/2022 – After three years in office, the head of the Union of Bulgarian Filmmakers gives us his opinion on the importance of the Union’s annual awards and their importance for the local industry Internationally known for …

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Bulgaria’s Sofia Airport announces four new destinations and two new airlines

Sofia Airport on May 15 announced more details of its flight schedule for May and June 2022, including four new destinations and two new airlines that will operate from the Bulgarian capital’s airport. Wizz Air flies to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates three times a week, the airport …

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Up close and personal” with BPO

Fri, May 13, 2022 12:35 p.m Artpark & ​​Company announced “Opera in Concert at Artpark: Up Close and Personal” at the Mainstage Theater on Saturday, July 30 at 7:30 p.m. The performance is performed by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Gil Rose, along with vocalist Danielle Talamantes (soprano). , …

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NATO has no intention of staying out of the Black Sea for long – Novinite.com

Vice Admiral Keith Blount (left) and Commander of the Bulgarian Navy Rear Admiral Kiril Mihailov (right) @BTA Nato doesn’t intend to stay out of it Black Sea long time the commander of the Alliance Naval Command (MARCOM), Vice admiral keith Blunt, was quoted by BTA. He was greeted with an …

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An Ordinary Man’s Political Journey – TheLeaflet

Interpreting the life and times of a prime minister who rose from humble circumstances to make his mark on history is no easy task. Sugata Srinivasaraju deserves our praise as he seems to have achieved his goal as a biographer with ease. —– WILL India ever had another random prime …

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Nearly 25 million tons of grain stuck in Ukraine, UN food agency says – EURACTIV.com

Nearly 25 million tons of grain is stuck in Ukraine, unable to leave the country due to infrastructure problems and blocked Black Sea ports, including Mariupol, a UN food agency official said on Friday (May 6). The blockades are believed to be a factor behind high food prices, which hit …

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Romania’s Black Sea port of Constanta becomes a Ukrainian export hub

Like a giant elephant’s trunk, a giant hose sweeps across the hold of a ship in the Romanian Black Sea port of Constanta, spilling tons of corn onto the ship before it sets sail. Russia’s blockade of Ukraine’s seaports has forced the country’s exporters to look for alternative ways of …

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Ukraine-Russia War LIVE – Putin’s ‘FAILED Advances’ have left weakened forces needing to ‘merge and regroup’ in a new blow

Zelenskyy says Russia is trying to completely destroy the Donbass Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy accused Russia of destroying the Donbass and everyone who lives there. He warned: “The constant brutal bombing, the constant Russian attacks on infrastructure and residential areas show that Russia wants to cleanse this territory of all …

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Ukraine: Zelenskyy says Russia is trying to humiliate UN with attack in Kyiv – Live updates | News | DW

Two explosions shake Kyiv during visit of UN chief Antonio Guterres Zelenskyy says Russia tried to humiliate the UN Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hails US financial support as ‘very important step’ Ukraine and Bulgaria have agreed on close military and economic cooperation This article was last updated at 05:19 GMT/UTC …

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Bulgarian ship-repair yard Odessos reports a 20% slump in first-quarter net profit

SOFIA (Bulgaria), April 26 (SeeNews) – Bulgaria’s Odessos Ship Repair Yard [BUL:ODES] said on Tuesday that its net profit for the first quarter of 2021 fell to 1.99 million leva ($1.1 million) from 2.5 million leva in the same period of 2021 as the war in Ukraine threw up Pandemic …

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How Can Blockchain Technology Change Ratings?

The concept of borrowing and borrowing is as old as time itself. When it comes to finances, some individuals have more than enough for themselves, while others barely have enough to make ends meet. As long as there is this imbalance in financial distribution, there will always be a need …

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LP Girls Soccer Tops Plano – Shaw Local

Danica Scoma and Litzy Lopez each scored to lead the La Salle-Peru girls soccer team to a 2-1 win over Plano in an Interstate Eight Conference game in Plano on Friday. Lexi Robbins made 19 saves for the Cavaliers. COED Athletics At El Paso: The Henry Midland girls placed third …

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Dufry wins Sofia contract

Dufry has been awarded a new eight and a half year concession contract for Sofia International Airport in Bulgaria. The retail specialist will operate thirteen stores, eleven duty-free and two duty-paid. Sofia Airport chose Dufry after an international tendering process. Dufry will take over the operation of the existing 1,433m² …

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Bulgarian-Ukrainian crew evacuated from Mariupol

Fourteen Bulgarian sailors and one Ukrainian evacuated from a ship stranded in embattled Mariupol arrived in the Bulgarian city of Varna on Monday, authorities said. The crew of the Tzarevna arrived in Russia on a flight from Sochi and were greeted by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov and Foreign Minister Teodora …

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Raja Ravi Varma Utsav from Varna (color) Rekha (lines and stories) Sangeeta (music): A Note

New Delhi, Delhi, India (NewsVoir) The Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts (IGNCA) is a premier center established by the Government of India under the Ministry of Culture as a center for the study and experience of all arts in form with their own Integrity, but in a dimension …

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Cornell Varna Volunteer Firefighters Protect, Serve, Learn

On June 18, 2021 at 2 a.m. the Varna Volunteer Fire Brigade received a call: The Plantations Bar and Grill, a local favorite in the hamlet of Varna, was on fire. For Tiffany Ho, MS ’17, it was her first assignment as a department head. For graduate students Mason Jager, …

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5 facts about Jyotirao Phule

to hum · sent 2 minutes ago Happy Dalit History Month and Happy Birthday Jotiba! 🥳🥳 Modeled on Black History Month, Dalit History Month was created by a collective of Dalit women in 2015 and is observed annually to commemorate the history, culture and art of the Dalit, Bahujan and …

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Bulgaria warns of dangerous weather on April 10th

Bulgarian authorities have issued a series of weather warnings for April 10 due to forecast storms, heavy rain and strong winds. The code orange dangerous weather warning was issued for five districts: Plovdiv, Stara Zagora, Smolyan, Gabrovo and Veliko Tarnovo because of the forecast storms and heavy rains. Due to …

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Grain shipments from Black Sea ports are slowly gaining importance: sources

Grain shipments from Black Sea ports have slowly resumed, including Romania’s Constanta and Bulgaria‘s Varna, on sub-Supramax vessels, market sources said, as buyers look for alternatives to Ukrainian and Russian cargoes. “There is some minor trading activity from the Romanian and Bulgarian ports in the Black Sea region, but grain …

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Grand National 2022: Market mover Eclair Surf a dubious runner as the line-up takes shape

Emma Lavelle’s intended runner Eclair Surf, down to 14-1 on betting, needs multiple horses to fold from the Aintree feature. Blaklion and Poker Party are now guaranteed to have a run Video is loading Video not available The video will start playing automatically soon8thCancel Play Now Grand National 2022: Everything …

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Johnny Ward’s top picks for Cork and Fairyhouse on Sunday

Nina Carberry, the heroine of Dancing With The Stars, will be honored at the Fairyhouse on Sunday. Not only was Nina a brilliant jockey, she’s also been proving she can jipe ​​for the past few weeks in front of national cameras! The Listed Cork Stakes is the feature at the …

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More than half of Bulgarian districts are Covid-19 yellow zones

Sixteen of the 28 counties in Bulgaria are Covid-19 yellow zones, meaning a morbidity rate of between 100 and 249.9 per 100,000 residents on a 14 basis. As of April 1, one district in Bulgaria is a dark red zone (morbidity higher than 500 per 100,000 inhabitants), eight are red …

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Princeton Boys Chase Second Place At Rosenberry Invite – Shaw Local

The Princeton boys’ track and field team finished second in the Rosenberry Classic on Tuesday at the Westwood Complex in Sterling. The Tigers scored 60 points, finishing behind Riverdale (63). St. Bede (43.5) placed fifth, Bureau Valley (18) seventh, Hall (9) 10th, and the Amboy Co-op (6) 11th out of …

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Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians preview and prediction

Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians have been among the top performing teams in recent IPL editions but following the mega auction rebuild, maintaining that level of performance will be a new challenge. In any case, both want to start victorious in 2022. But who will prevail? Read on for our …

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