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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18 Nov

In Memory: Chabua Amirejibi
By: BRAMS | Published On: 18/11/21 4:28 am

Today marks the 100th anniversary of Chabua Amirejibi birth.

The prominent Georgian novelist and Soviet-era dissident was born Mzechabuk Amirejibi on 18 November 1921 in Tbilisi, Georgia. He had an elder sister, Rodham, and a younger sister, Natia.


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9 Nov

Obituary: Gela Charkviani
By: BRAMS | Published On: 9/11/21 12:29 pm

Gela Charkviani, 82, a Georgian diplomat, writer, educator, and television presenter passed away today. Information was announced by his daughter, Theona Charkviani on Instagram.

Gela Charkviani was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 1 March 1939 in the family of Candide Charkviani, a leader of the Republic of Georgia in 1938-1952, and Tamar Jaoshvili, an ophthalmologist.


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