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Six “quacks” on two days in Ahmedabad

Six people were arrested within two days for allegedly practicing medicine in the Ahmedabad district without the required degrees. Police said the Ahmedabad Rural Police’s Special Operations Group (SOG) carried out an action to crack down on fake clinics run by suspected fraudulent doctors in the villages of Ahmedabad County. …

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Sunny in Bulgaria, Yellow Code for Hot Weather

The weather will be sunny and hot. In the afternoon over the mountains of Western Bulgaria will develop cumulus clouds and in some places there will be short-term precipitation with thunder. During the night against Wednesday, there will be short-term precipitation with thunderstorms in some places in the central regions. …

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Alvarez Brings EY Partners to NY Affiliate Office

Law360 (Aug 6, 2021, 12:10 p.m. EDT) – Alvarez & Marsal has hired an EY partner as managing partner for its subsidiary A&M Taxand in New York, the firm said. Blagovest Petkov, who started on Monday, will add nearly two decades of experience with Big Four accounting firms, where he …

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Rocket Skills, Faarms, Urbanmatrix, others get money

MSME-focused edtech startup Rocket Skills raised Rs 2.2 billion in a pre-seed round led by Better Capital, First Check and Titan Capital. The round also saw Harpreet Singh Grover, founder of Co-cubes; Aprameya, founder, Taxi for Sure and Koo; Abhinav Jain of the founder of Shop101 and Pravin Jadhav, founder …

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Norway’s beach handball team fined for refusing to wear bikini bottoms

Norwegian officials reacted sharply Tuesday after the country’s beach handball women were fined for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms in competition. The disciplinary commission of the European Handball Federation (EHF) on Monday fined the Norwegian team € 1,500 (1,768 US dollars) or 150 euros per player for “improper clothing” …

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Handball players are fined for rejecting bikini uniforms

In a 2006 letter to the International Handball Federation, the Norwegian Handball Federation said the obligation for women to wear bikini bottoms was impervious to the cultural norms of some countries and could be embarrassing for those who did not want to expose so much of their bodies so seen …

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The caretaker’s cabinet has done its job, says President Radef

Rumen Radev assessed the caretaker’s work. He expressed his opinion that he had successfully completed his assigned task of “beginning the dismantling of the evil model and the restoration of the nation”. “Building a successful cabinet that benefits people’s trust requires responsibility and effort, openness and constructive dialogue, integrity and …

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“Green corridors” for jabs against Covid-19 in Bulgaria this weekend

According to the national information system, there will be “green corridors” for vaccinations against Covid-19 for all newcomers this weekend in Bulgaria‘s capital Sofia and in other parts of the country. In Sofia, the “vaccination bus” of the regional health inspection at the Central Bus Station will be open from …

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COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 16 new cases – Novinite.com

16 new cases of coronavirus have been registered in Bulgaria in the past 24 hours. According to the Unified Information Portal, no one died. New infections were identified by 5989 tests (less than 0.27% were positive). The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria reached 422,462. They were …

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Institute for Music welcomes three new singing faculties

Photos submitted Counterclockwise from top right: Lauren Clare, Lenora Green and Jonathan Stinson. The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Department of Music is proud to welcome three new singing faculties to the University of Arkansas. These bring diverse experience and research in the fields of opera, jazz science, music …

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NITHM signs MoU with UFT

NITHM signs MoU with UFT

The MoU was virtually signed during a conference on ‘Hyderabad and Plovdiv Cooperation in Innovative Education and Tourism’ Hyderabad: The city-based National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management Hyderabad (NITHM) signed a letter of intent with the University of Food Technologies (UFT), Plovdiv, Bulgaria to develop cooperation in research and …

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Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 24 green zones, 4 yellow zones

According to the weekly report of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (NCIP) for the 14-day period, 24 of the 28 districts in Bulgaria are classified as green Covid-19 zones and the remaining four as yellow zones July 4th. The classification as a green zone means an infection …

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Brews News: Get Adventurous With Beer Chip Pairings

Links to the breadcrumb trail eat Chips ahoy and beer is close by. Is there more to beer and snack pairings than a lager and natural lays? Author of the article: Wayne Newton • Special on Postmedia News Beer and fries don’t have to stop with a lager and a …

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China’s Communist Party celebrates 100 years of existence

outlook July 01, 2021 6:43 am IST China’s Communist Party celebrates 100 years of existence ausblickindia.com 1970-01-01T05: 30: 00 + 0530 From KJM Varna Beijing, July 1st (PTI) China’s ruling Communist Party celebrated its 100th anniversary here in Tiananmen Square on Thursday. Thousands of party workers and school children sang …

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Four other actors accompany Amblin’s last journey the Demeter

Four other actors accompany Amblin’s last journey the Demeter Another one Dracula Spin-off film is in the works, and this one fills its cast with multiple recognizable faces. The Hollywood Reporter reports that David Dastmalchian, Liam Cunningham, Aisling Franciosi and Javier Botet all make up the cast of Amblins Demeter’s …

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Make the summer the Bulgarian way

July morning: Bulgaria‘s coolest summer tradition July morning is one of the newest Bulgarian traditions, with thousands of people going to the coast and celebrating the sunrise on July 1st Every year Bulgarians celebrate the beginning of summer by waiting for sunrise on July 1st, a hippie-rooted tradition that began …

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European airlines increase flight capacity – AirlineGeeks.com

[ News ]June 23, 2021 9:05 p.m. ET By Jose Antonio Payet European airlines are increasing flight capacity Europe prepares for a busy summer season as vaccination campaigns continue and more people vaccinated against COVID-19. According to FlightGlobal, the number of planes parked on the continent for more than a …

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Russia resumes flights with Belgium, Bulgaria, Jordan, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, North Macedonia, the United States and Turkey

Tatyana Golikova held a meeting of the Emergency Response Center to prevent the import and spread of the novel coronavirus infection on Russian territory. Following the discussion and taking into account the epidemiological situation in several countries, it was decided to resume regular reciprocal air traffic with the following countries …

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Arangetram in times of pandemic

The all-important debut: live or virtual? Dance gurus discuss the question An arangetram is the moment every young classical dancer looks forward to. It should be the first time that they stand on stage and prove their talent and years of intensive training. There is as much personal fulfillment as …

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