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Bulgaria focuses its efforts on the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians – EURACTIV.com

Bulgaria will focus its efforts on protecting the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians in talks with North Macedonia, while Skopje will seek to negotiate a swift revocation of Bulgaria’s EU accession veto. This approach became clear after the key meeting of the National Security Council that President Rumen Radev convened in …

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Bulgarian Defense Minister: Council of Ministers has no position on the conflict in Ukraine – Novinite.com

Bulgaria resists the “Escalation of military measures“Before all diplomatic means are used to resolve tensions along the Russian-Ukrainian border. This the Minister declared for defense Stefan Janev. “At this point in time, we consider it counterproductive to escalate military measures on the Alliance’s eastern flank before all other diplomatic means …

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“Double motor” hatred | Deccan Herald

In December 2021, the BJP’s tireless efforts became more apparent parivartan – to change our society, as it was promised in its electoral manifesto. The Karnataka Assembly passed the anti-conversion law, a Dharma Sansad in Haridwar called for genocide against Muslims, and our own promising young MP from Bengaluru also …

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Community grants set for 2022 in Bluewater

Article content BLUEWATER – Although the 2022 budget is yet to be passed in Bluewater, city councils unanimously agreed to support a community grant collection during the regular council meeting on December 20. Article content The approved Grants Council is funded through the Community Grants and Vibrancy Funds Policy Groups …

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Almost 200 hit Kewanee’s sidewalk in the Hard Core 5K run

Shorts and tank tops were worn by some of the 192 runners in Kewanee’s 40th annual Hard Core 5K street race on Friday afternoon, December 31, when the temperature was 36 degrees. Colin Young, 45, from Rock Island won the 3.1-mile race with a time of 17 minutes and 24 …

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Discrimination in the Kashmiri cemetery

And finally, exactly reflecting the Hindu-Brahmin “Chatur Varna” hierarchy, Hindu Dalit equivalents are “Wattals / Sheikhs”, a Kashmiri Muslim community that, like Hindu Dalits, has traditionally been involved in manual cleaning. This Wattal community corresponds to the definition of the Scheduled Caste (SC) according to the Indian constitution. Discrimination against …

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Bulker crew member “died of Covid” UPDATE – Maritime Bulletin

Post views: 682 UPDATE: Ship’s chef of Bulgarian nationality has died. All crew members tested positive and although the PCR test was officially recognized (at least by the CDC) as “not reliable”, the Covid outbreak emergency was declared, of course without any information about the crew’s vaccination status. The bulk …

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Orient Express returns to Italy with new luxury trains in 2023, Hotel

There was a time when a train ride across Europe aboard the Orient Express could be considered the pinnacle of luxury travel. Unfortunately, those days ended more than 10 years ago when bullet trains became more popular and airfares got cheaper. If you’re a fan of so-called “luxury rail travel,” …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 15 yellow zones, 12 red, one green

Fifteen of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 yellow zones, which corresponds to a morbidity rate of between 100 and 249.9 per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis, according to the update from 28. The 15 districts classified as yellow zones are Blagoevgrad, Veliko Turnovo, Vidin, Gabrovo, Dobrich, Kyustendil, …

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Delhi whales: birthday Mubarak, Ghalib! | Latest Delhi News

Today is Mirza Ghalib’s 224th birthday. The Agra-born poet lived in Ballimaran in Old Delhi; its sasural was in today’s Haryana (Loharu). While he was long buried in our city, Ghalib still courageously agreed to be part of the Proust series of questionnaires that urge people to make “Parisian salon …

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From Messi’s emotional press meeting to the chaos in Kabul; Here are the most popular Instagram pics of 2021

1 / fifteen Instagram, a social network service for sharing photos and videos, has become a household name within a decade of its birth. Millions of people now use the app as their primary tool for social networking and to stay connected. The app is also one of the most …

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Public workshop in Varna is to be expanded

Article content BLUEWATER – During the regular council meeting on December 6th, the city council decided to push ahead with a project to expand the community’s public workshop in Varna. Article content The application was accepted at the recommendation of city staff, and the project will include a six-bay expansion …

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Bulgaria’s Kurdzhali district is classified as a Covid-19 green zone

The Bulgarian Kurdzhali district has become a Covid-19 green zone, which corresponds to a morbidity rate of less than 100 per 100,000 inhabitants on a 14-day basis, according to the update of the uniform information portal on December 21. The morbidity rate in Kurdzhali is 96.4 per 100,000 inhabitants, according …

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3 arrested for stealing 90,000 rupees from a man on the pretext of changing money

APMC police in Navi Mumbai have arrested three people who looted a person worth 90,000 rupees on the pretext of giving him American dollars in exchange for Indian currency. Police said the defendant had five cases of fraud in which the defendant cheated on the victim on the pretext of …

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Revolutionary economist

Mahatma Gandhi was a more radical revolutionary than Mao Zedong. His indictment of modern civilization represents a moral and spiritual point of view that is even more evident in his attitude towards politics. His view of politics was a consequence and not independent of his view of morality. Immanuel Kant …

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Qatar Airways continues strong network expansion with resumption of non-stop flights to Sofia

Qatar Airways celebrated the return of its nonstop flights between Doha and Sofia Airport (SOF) starting Thursday. This milestone resumption gives Bulgarians and international travelers greater choice and seamless connectivity to explore the world through the award-winning airline’s home and hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA).The non-stop service is operated by …

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Why Bulgaria’s COVID-19 vaccination rate is the lowest in Europe

There is hope that a new government in Bulgaria will arrest the country’s arrears COVID-19 Vaccination rate, the lowest in the European Union. Bulgarian lawmakers this week officially approved the country’s new center-led government, with fighting the pandemic a priority for new Prime Minister Kiril Petkov. The Bulgarian health system …

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Auto Plus Bulgaria receives anti-trust approval to become a shareholder in Autogrand

SOFIA (Bulgaria), December 13 (SeeNews) – The Bulgarian Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) announced that it has approved the local auto parts dealer Auto Plus Bulgaria to enter the ownership structure of the local peer Autogrand as part of a capital increase process . The notified transaction has …

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The railway tragedy “Hitrino”: after 5 years there are no sentences – Novinite.com

5 years after Explosion in Hitrino, the village has been completely restored. The houses are new, but the souls are empty, say the locals. People admit that they still live in fear, and the victims’ families continue to live with nightmarish memories. How did the incident claim dozens of lives …

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Becoming a Hindu is not that easy. Even if a Waseem Rizvi to Jitendra Tyagi. will

(Right) Former Chairman of the Shia Central Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh Syed Waseem Rizvi | @Twitter Text size: ONE- A + F.The decision of former chairman of the Shia Central Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh, Syed Waseem Rizvi, to convert to Hinduism is legally correct. He has this right …

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Vivek Oberoi gets into trouble in the office when the boss assaults him while watching “Inside Edge 3”

‘Inside Edge 3’, the latest show starring Vivek Oberoi, premiered on Amazon Prime and has received a lot of positive feedback. Vivek Oberoi, Richa Chadha, Akshay Oberoi, Tanuj Virwani, Aamir Bashir, Sayani Gupta, Sapna Pabbi, Sidhant Gupta and Amit Sial all play significant roles in the recently launched series. Kanishk …

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Air Serbia is optimistic about the further recovery in 2022

Air Serbia expects it will continue to improve on the path to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic next year, but warned that plans could change in the short term due to the ongoing impact of the virus on the aviation and travel industries. The airline’s CEO, Duncan Naysmith, said: “At …

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Kenneth Bert WOOD Obituary (1941-2021) – Lebanon, MO

Kenneth Bert “Woody” Wood, son of Bert and Stella Loney Wood, was born in Lebanon, Missouri, on April 11, 1941 and aged through the world’s troubles on December 3, 2021 at his home in Lebanon, Missouri left of eighty years.Woody, as family and friends called him, made a profession of …

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Jonathan Penrose (1933-2021) – Chess.com

Jonathan Penrose, a ten-time British champion, grandmaster and correspondence grandmaster who defeated reigning world champion Mikhail Tal at the 1960 Olympics in Leipzig, has died at the age of 88. This was done by. reported The guard. Penrose was born on October 7, 1933 in Colchester, Essex, in eastern England. …

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Vivek Oberoi speaks in Inside Edge 3. about his character

Mumbai: As the release of ‘Inside Edge 3 Inch’ draws nearer, audience excitement regarding Vivek Anand Oberoi’s character of Vikrant Dhawan reaches new heights every day as he is one of the more beefy character arcs in history. Commenting on this character’s journey on the series so far, Vivek says, …

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Is your best friend’s wedding coming up? Here are all the outfit inspo you need

Bet on the Shehnais and start perfecting your dance moves as the wedding season is in full swing. Whether it’s your sibling’s wedding or your best friend’s wedding, being on the ‘I do’ crew is always exciting. The role requires you to be on your feet all the time while …

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How to spend the perfect vacation in Bulgaria’s Varna

The largest city on the Black Sea coast, Varna is also one of the most historic and charming – that’s what travelers can do and see there. The largest city on the Black Sea coast has so much to offer its visitors. Varna, Bulgaria‘s third largest city, offers wonderful beaches, …

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Bulgaria: get vaccinated here on weekends – Novinite.com

Outsourced vaccination centers where vaccination takes place on the weekends: Sofia: The following external vaccination centers are open on November 27th. (Saturday) and 11/28 (Sunday) open: – Neighborhood complex “Druzhba”, cultural center, with working time 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. – The Mall, opening times 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. …

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Metaverse Pilgrims Follow Mayflower Playbook

On Thanksgiving, many people in the United States are greeted to 17th-century pilgrims. The modern analog of this historical passage is obviously moving into the metaverse – the next “new world” that is not only unknown, but also largely does not currently exist. We asked ourselves how the experiences of …

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Deputy of the ruling Sri Lankan party resigns and takes over the post of US envoy to strengthen relations between the US and the SL

ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lankan ruling MP Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) elected on Tuesday 23rd, said he would take office as ambassador to the United States effective next week. “President Gotabaya Rajapaksa asked me to accept the post of Ambassador to the United States. I have accepted, ”Samarasinghe told Parliament. “I expect …

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Old newspaper clippings about UP students begging to study but denied admission, as shared recently

Hyderabad: An image of a newspaper clipping with the headline, “DM Sir, I want to read, but Master won’t let me in” is being shared widely on social media. Social media users claim the news is new and the incident occurred during the reign of the Yogi government in Uttar …

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Nikki Tamboli calls Neha Bhasin “ungrateful” and “foolish”

In the previous episode of Bigg Boss 15, we saw a major fight and breakout between candidates Pratik Sehajpal and Neha Bhasin. Neha accused Pratik of breaking her trust when she said, “So every 10 days you change people and your feelings stay the same? Are you that?” She further …

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New Skoda Slavia sedan: who will compete?

While Skoda has revealed almost everything about the new Slavia, two questions still need to be answered – which segment does the new Slavia fall into? and who does it all compete with? So let’s purify the air for you. View photos Pre-orders for the Skoda Slavia have started and …

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RSS may now want to peddle ‘Integral Humanism’, but its core is devoted to Brahmanism

Intellectuals of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party emphasize the theory of integral humanism that Deendayal Upadhyaya (1916-1968) is said to have advocated. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, general secretary Dattatreya Hosabale and secretary Ram Madhav have spoken repeatedly about Upadhyaya’s integral humanism, defining it as the …

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Ekatvam series at Nrityagiri – Star of Mysore

From Dr. Rama V. Bennur There are a few good auditoriums in the cultural capital of Mysuru, but having one more is like another feather in your hat. Mysuru Rasikas will always welcome you. The Nrityagiri Performing Arts and Research Center now has its own compact auditorium in the Preethi …

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Misleading claim

We are indeed committed, like Deepak Thapa [“In defence of alternative narratives”, The Kathmandu Post, October 28, 2021] to Rajan Khatiwada, Simon Cubelic and Alex Michaels from the University of Heidelberg for the translation of the 1854 Muluki Ain by Jung Bahadur and for making it freely available online, also …

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Bulgaria: the perfect destination for sunbathers and skiers

As one of the first countries to receive a safety and hygiene travel stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), Bulgaria is working hard to ensure the safety of tourists. In October the country did the EU COVID-19 certification system – This means that a vaccination certificate must …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Kurdzhali becomes red zone

The Kurdzhali district has passed the threshold to be classified as a red Covid-19 zone, which corresponds to a morbidity rate of 250 to 499.9 per 100,000 inhabitants and has been the only yellow zone in the country for a few weeks. 25 of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are …

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Poland says EU extortion hampers climate targets – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe through on-site coverage from EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. EDAA Summit 2021: Exciting content, outstanding speakers, free registration From political keynotes and panels to DSA, meeting with data protection authorities, global data protection regulations, leading …

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Thought book: contradictions are part of life in India

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? Does …

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COVID-19 in Bulgaria: get vaccinated here on weekends – Novinite.com

Vaccination centers have been set up across the country. Most types of vaccines are available for the AstraZeneca vaccine with a few exceptions. The Johnson & Johnson vaccination is most desirable. Sofia: The following external vaccination centers are open on October 23rd (Saturday) and October 24th (Sunday): – Druzhba district, …

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Brown sahib. at Brown University

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 start …

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Maliban Biscuits celebrates World Quality Week

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 1995, …

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

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 National …

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New EES technologies at Bulgaria’s aviation hubs

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 secunet, …

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Australian sailors enjoy wind and waves –

Luke Elliott continued his good form at the 2021 ILCA Senior European Championships, winning the only men’s laser class race to be completed in a day with long delays. When the second day of racing began in Varna, Bulgaria, it was a solid 14-17 knots and big waves, conditions that …

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Air Serbia is aiming for regional and central European expansion

Air Serbia plans to further develop its hub-and-spoke model, connecting the region with the rest of Europe, and will place a greater emphasis on Central Europe as it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. Jiri Marek, General Manager of Commercial and Strategy at Air Serbia, told Business Traveler: “We would like …

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Demystifying the “superior” status of the Brahmins …

In addition to the article on Brahmin charities on the editorial page (THI, October 1st), it is unfortunate that Brahmins have been exposed to strong antipathy for centuries. The basic Brahmin account, as evidenced by the European narratives of the 17th and 18th centuries. They are the creators of a …

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Social justice and Tamil cinema inseparable twins

Chennai: From the good old days of NS Krishnan and M Karunanidhi to contemporary cinema by comedian Vivek and director Pa Ranjith, which questions the remnants of absolute caste rule, the genre has crossed the boundaries of art and boldly spoken politics and social science with envious authority . While …

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“Gandhi has become everything for all people”

On December 23, 1926, a man named Abdul Rashid murdered Arya Samaj leader Swami Shraddhanand, a freedom fighter who was close to MK Gandhi. It was a quick moment in the life of a society already torn by communal tensions, which two decades later, during the division of the subcontinent, …

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Ship stranded off the Bulgarian coast raises fears of marine pollution

A screenshot of a drone video of Konstantin Dishliev’s ship uploaded to YouTube on September 23. Environmentalists have raised concerns that the waters around Yaylata in northern Bulgaria could be polluted as rescue workers unload nitrogen fertilizers from the Panama-registered cargo ship Vera Su, which has been in operation since …

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Fake vaccination certificates add to Bulgaria’s COVID-19 problems

A protester against COVID-19 restrictions in Sofia, Bulgaria on September 8th. Photo: EPA-EFE / VASSIL DONEV Medical professionals in Bulgaria are increasingly concerned about what they believe to be a thriving black market for fake documents purporting to prove the holder has been vaccinated against COVID-19 or tested negative. “My …

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NCIPD: 22 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 red zones

22 of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are Covid-19 red zones, which, according to the weekly report of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIPD) on September 28, means a morbidity rate of between 250 and 499.9 per 100,000 inhabitants. for the two-week period ending September 26th. The …

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a week without success. Only single victories for the Poles

Polish tennis players competed on the ITF World Tennis Tour for another week. Our representatives competed on two continents, but did not achieve any results worth mentioning. Rafai SmolenskySeptember 11, 2021, 1:50 a.m. PRESS MATERIAL / LOTOS PZT POLISH TOUR / In the picture: Martyna Kubka Ursula Nebelska and Alexandra …

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Caste Counting Politics: From a Historical Perspective

The current debate on caste counting provides an opportunity for the Indian state to be reminded of the core value of social justice enshrined in the Indian Constitution and its framework in order to evaluate the requirements of caste counting and its policies The census is not just a head …

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Words that start with V to help you win Scrabble

Tracy Garbett / EyeEm / Getty Images Board games are a fun way to spend a Friday night with friends, and if your group is a competitive guy, Scrabble is likely to break through more often. Next time you break out the scrabble board, want a brain boost? Look no …

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