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Archive by 2011-01-05
Tbilisi Zoo set to organize private lives of pets 2011-01-05 18:57 As stated by David Taktakishvili, a representative of the zoo directorate, the zoo management plans to acquire mates for lonely animals.
Hospitalization of the head of Georgian church refuted by Patriarchate 2011-01-05 18:23 The Patriarchate of Georgia refutes information disseminated in Facebook social network on alleged hospitalization of the head of Georgian Orthodox Church, Catholicos Patriarch of All Georgia, archbishop of Mtskhet-Tbilisi and metropolitan of Pitsunda and Tskhum-Abkhazia Ilia II.
President of Nagorny Karabakh launches new hydroelectric power plant 2011-01-05 18:04 Recently the opening ceremony of Syunik-1 hydroelectric power plant was held in Akhavno-Melikashen zone of Kashatag district in Nagorny Karabakh.
A woman who walks on
Mary Leontievna Bushuyeva is not just a heroic woman. As a rule, this title is given to those who have performed a feat at a definite moment of time. As for her, she performs feats daily. The heroine of our essay lost her leg at a young age. Then she started to “walk”, participating in the most famous Russian and foreign marathons held in Moscow, Korolev, St.Petersburg, New York and Sydney. At the same time, Mary Leontievna tries to help her fellows in misery in every way.
KVN to reconcile Georgia and Russia?
KVN movement is a rich soil for all show biz branches throughout almost the entire post-Soviet space. That is why, basically, many view KVN as a flamboyant TV show. In reality several dozens of teams annually making their way to the wide screen as well as a number of TV stars are just the top of a huge iceberg. Dozens of leagues exist in the CIS controlled by AMiK Creative Television Association that has been in charge of KVN games in the last twenty years. Participation in these leagues lets hundreds of groups hope to fulfill their sacred dream and hear magic words “We begin KVN” pronounced2011-01-05 14:51
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