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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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WHO has tightened criteria for air pollution – Novinite.com

the World health organization (WHO) on Wednesday tightened its air quality guidelines for the first time since 2005 in hopes of encouraging countries to adopt clean energy and preventing deaths and disease from pollution. The new recommendations, including for particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide, both of which are included in …

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The 6 shortest and 6 longest Marvel movies

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” isn’t the only non-MCU movie among the longest in the entire Marvel franchise. At two hours and 24 minutes, the penultimate “X-Men” prequel film “X-Men: Apocalypse” is the longest in the X-Men film franchise and the fourth longest of all Marvel films (via IMDb). While most …

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FNE at the Golden Rose National Film Festival 2021: German lessons

VARNA: Pavel G. Vesnakov’s feature film debut German lesson is in the main competition of 39 National Golden Rose Film Festival (September 23-29, 2021). This Bulgarian-German coproduction was honored as best actor for Julian Vergov at the Cairo IFF 2020. The plot follows the agony of middle-aged Nicola (Julian Vergov), …

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TUI and Jet2 inform vacationers about flights and cancellations

Airlines have responded to recent changes to UK travel rules with an update for vacationers. There are already reports of “an immediate and massive surge in bookings for flights and package tours” following the announcement by Grant Shapps. The Minister of Transport has abolished the traffic light system and replaced …

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Women talk about their relationship with the land, family and state

The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) passed by the Indian Parliament in December 2019 promises citizenship to migrants belonging to the “Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, Jain, Parsi or Christian communities from Afghanistan, Bangladesh or Pakistan”. By excluding Muslims from the list and not extending the promise to refugees from one of India’s …

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myPOS announces unprecedented growth

myPOS announces unprecedented growth

A Personal Loans refers to unsecure installment loan that has fixed rates of interest that is repayable in monthly installments. It is possible to get up to $45,000 on the next day of business to get control of your financial goals, whether it’s consolidating the debt, making home improvement or …

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Local musicians play violins that survived the Holocaust

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Qatar Airways celebrates 10 years in Sofia, Bulgaria

Qatar Airways marked a milestone in its history with Bulgaria and celebrated 10 successful years since its first flight between Doha and Sofia Airport (SOF) on September 14, 2011. The service is currently operated by the modern Airbus A320 from Qatar Airways with 12 seats in Business Class with the …

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Gary L. Kruger | obituary

Gary L. Kruger September 11, 1938 – September 6, 2021 Gary Lynn Kruger, 81, of Effingham, IL, died peacefully at his home in rural Effingham on September 6, 2021. Gary was born on September 11, 1939 in Altamont, IL to Henry Kruger and Ila Kelly Kruger. On September 14, 1968, …

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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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