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New pictures of the Galaxy S6

New pictures of the upcoming Galaxy S6 have been unveiled, confirming rumours of a screen that covered three sides of the phone and showing off a new look for Samsung’s flagship handset. The pictures were revealed by T-Mobile CEO John Legere, who tweeted that the network will be carrying the …

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The Guardian on traveling to Tbilisi where east meets west

Take me there: Tbilisi, Georgia Why go? Neither Asian nor fully European, Georgia mixes an intoxicating cocktail of eastern and western influences, spiked with a generous shot of Soviet-style strangeness. The enigmatic capital is in the throes of a renaissance. Ambitious new landmarks, such as the Bridge of Peace and …

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Scientists invent “anti-ageing” chocolate

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In good news for gluttons, scientists have developed a chocolate bar which slows the signs of ageing. By using the antioxidant which keeps flamingos pink, a Cambridge University affiliated lab behind ‘Esthechoc’ claims the chocolate improves the skin’s physiology, and brought skin biomarkers of a 50 to 60-year-old back to …

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Donate Blood – Save a Life!

Every day, people are in desperate need of blood transfusions. Very often, these people cannot be provided with the blood they need due to the limited supply of blood available. For many years now, ProCredit Bank been organising blood drives encouraging people, especially its employees, to donate blood to those …

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Hotel Component to be Enacted within “Produce in Georgia” Program

This year  a hotel component is planned to be enacted  within the framework of “Produce in Georgia” program. The Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili states. According to the Minister, the government is seriously working to take  tangible steps towards the private sector and  Prime Minister …

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We are Ready for Any Scenario, Says NBG President

– The Prime Minister said that he is working 24 hours a day and is  in contact with you.  What awaits the country tomorrow, will GEL continue its free fall? Are you  going to use reserves and purchase the national currency or other financial instruments will be  used? – Signs …

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Gov’t Cuts Growth Forecast to 2-2.5 Percent

Minister of Economy was the first from the Government team  who named  this year’s economic growth forecast. The Minister said on  “Rustavi 2” TV channel that  instead of the planned 5 percent  this year economic growth would  be 2 -2.5%. In Kvirikashvili’s words,  they discussed with Prime Minister the expected …

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The 9 Best-Dressed Stars at the 2015 Oscars

1.Rosamun Pike TheGone Girl actress saved the best for last in this romantic red lace Givenchy stunner. 2.EMMA STONE The Birdman actress has been killing it all awards season long, and still managed to dazzle at the Oscars in a slinky, chartreuse Elie Saab gown perfect with her signature red …

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Banks Suspected in Making Speculative Collusions on Currency Market

Amid the GEL exchange rate devaluation, experts stress a major part of the Georgian society bears losses because of high level dollarization of loans. Moreover, a high ratio of imports has increased consumer prices and clients bear considerable losses. The question arises whether there is some sector in the Georgian …

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Tbilisi will ‘go green’ for St. Patrick’s Day

Irish tourists have been recommended to visit Georgia as Tbilisi City Hall was named among a selection handful of world famous locations to go green for St. Patrick’s Day on March 17. Irish tourism agency Tourism Ireland announced that along with Tbilisi City Hall, the Colosseum in Rome, the Sacre-Coeur …

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