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19 Mar

In Memory: Nodar Tabidze
By: BRAMS | Published On: 19/03/21 10:28 pm

Nodar Tabidze, professor of journalism, would become 90 today. He authored dozens of monographs and books and hundreds of articles and brought up every Georgian journalist during his 50-year teaching career at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. He was a nephew of Galaktion Tabidze, "King of poetry".

 

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19 Mar

Obituary: Data Vanishvili
By: BRAMS | Published On: 19/03/21 10:24 pm

David 'Data' Vanishvili, 88, who guarded his ancestral land against the Russian annexationists, deceased. Generally known by an affectionate diminutive of his given name, Granddad Data became the symbol of resistance of 'creeping occupation' as he bravely kept his Georgian citizenship, sneaking over the barbed wire territory to take part in the General Elections each time since 2011, and then going back home bravely to live with his wife Valia in his birthplace house in Khurvaleti village. Mr Vanishvili has been held captive by the occupation regime forces several times only because he crossed the barbed wire to enter the territory controlled by the Georgian government.

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14 Mar

Berikaoba 2021
By: BRAMS | Published On: 14/03/21 8:23 pm

Every year, before Lent starts, a Georgian pagan ritual Berikaoba occurs. The noted Georgian photo artist Badri Vadachkoria visited Great Chailuri in the Kakheti region, Georgia, to catch the glimpse of the modern celebration of Berikaoba Day. During the pandemic, when no event can be held in the usual way, he generously shared impressions through his photographs.

 

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13 Mar

Victorious backhand
By: BRAMS | Published On: 13/03/21 11:04 pm

Nikoloz Basilashvili performed calmly, fiercely, and brilliantly in the 2021 Qatar Open. The Georgian professional tennis player defeated John Millman and Malek Jaziri in three sets before defeating Roger Federer, the world's No. 6, in the quarterfinal. Read More

25 Feb

100 years of fight
By: BRAMS | Published On: 25/02/21 10:21 am

Since discovering the Kingdom of Georgia, the Russian authorities tried to invade the country with a significant political location. They succeeded twice – in the 19th century and again, in 1921. It took decades – from 1801 till the 1860s – to complete the first plan but it only took five weeks to invade the entire country the second time.

 

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