4 Jan

Happy birthday!
By: BRAMS | Published On: 4/01/22 3:24 am

The Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia (Elijah) II of Georgia turns 89 today. The spiritual leader of the Georgian Orthodox Church is a noted individual in the clerical communities worldwide as a person with conservative values and liberal approaches towards controversial issues. Respected by many religious leaders of different confessions, His grace serves his own country and the rest of the world with undying patience and endless love, frequently as a peacemaker during war conflicts.


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3 Jan

Obituary: Viktor Saneyev
By: BRAMS | Published On: 3/01/22 2:45 am

Legendary Georgian, a true gentleman, and the unique Olympic sportsman of the 20th century passed away.

Viktor Saneyev, 76, died of a heart attack in Sydney, Australia, far away from his beloved homeland and the people who hearted Viktor Saneyev during his lifetime and will forever cherish the memory of this incomparably great person.

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1 Jan

New 2022
By: BRAMS | Published On: 1/01/22 12:01 am

BRAMS Institute wishes you all a very Happy New Year! May 2022 enters the history with the end of COVID-19.


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25 Dec

Essence of Christmas
By: BRAMS | Published On: 25/12/21 7:14 pm

Queen Elizabeth II delivered her 69th Christmas address to the United Kingdom this afternoon.

One of the most popular and eagerly-anticipated British traditions of Christmas Day, the Queen's royal message was aired on BBC One, ITV, Sky One, and Sky News at 3 PM GMT. It was also available to listeners on BBC Radio 4. Additionally, the audience could watch her address online through the Royal Family's YouTube channel and on the RF Facebook page.


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5 Dec

In Memory: Walt Disney
By: BRAMS | Published On: 5/12/21 2:49 am

On this day in 1901, the legend of animation, one and only Walter Elias Disney was born in Chicago, Illinois.

When he was four, his family moved to a farm in Marceline, a small town in Missouri, where Walt spent most of his childhood together with his parents Elias and Flora Disney, his three brothers: Herbert, Raymond, and Roy, and sister Ruth. He began to draw and paint during his early childhood while still in Marceline, copying the front-page cartoons of Ryan Walker from The Appeal to Reason newspaper.


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