Sofia Frank says goodbye to the Winter Olympics

Filipino-American figure skater Sofia Frank said goodbye to her dreams of the 2022 Winter Olympics when she competed in the Nebelhorn Trophy – the last qualifying tournament for the Winter Games – on Saturday (Philippine time) in Oberstdorf, Germany, April 24th. Frank collected 81.13 points in the freestyle, after 47.65 …

Read More »

Bella Sofia fights against older mares in gallant bloom

After a groundbreaking triumph over her peers in their sophomore year in the Longines Test Stakes (G1) at Saratoga Racetrack, Bella Sofia will meet older mares and stakes-level mares for the first time in the $ 250,000 Gallant Bloom Handicap (G2) on September 26th. The sprint is about 6 1/2 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

D Gukesh wins gold at the European Club Cup | Chess news

CHENNAI: The last week and a half have been unforgettable for Grandmaster D Gukesh. Days after winning the Norway Open, the 15-year-old won gold at the European Club Cup, which ended in Macedonia on Friday evening. Gukesh, who showed up for his club Prilep, played on board 1 and scored …

Read More »

Bulgaria highlights Vietnam’s acquisition of Cuban Abdala vaccine – Prensa Latina

In an article posted on this website, the organization’s vice president Kadrinka Kadrinova pointed to Cuba’s scientific achievements and contribution to biotechnology despite the tightening of the United States’ economic, trade and financial blockade. She also praised Hanoi-Havana relations, which were strengthened following the recent visit of Vietnamese President Nguyen …

Read More »

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 73 dead last day, 1904 new cases

Seventy-three people in Bulgaria who tested positive for Covid-19 died last day, bringing the country’s disease-related death toll to 20,423, according to the unified information portal report dated Jan. Of 24,275 tests done the previous day, 1904 – about 7.84 percent – turned out positive. So far, 491,327 cases of …

Read More »

Early humans in Europe endured very cold climates, researchers find

Researchers at the German Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and the National Institute for Archeology with Museum of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences discovered that hominids who lived in the Bacho Kiro Cave in Bulgaria 43,000-46,000 years ago were exposed to extreme cold. Archaeological remains from the cave are …

Read More »