2010-11-30Tinatin Khidasheli Calls on the Tbilisi Mayor to Submit Complaint against Georgian Water and Power
2010-11-30The Confiscated Property will be Transferred to State’s Ownership
Government has been showing interest in the confiscated property lately. There are different initiatives taken in this regard. This kind of property will be transferred to state ownership. Even some of the government members cannot understand this, not to talk about the experts of the field.
2010-11-29Georgia cannot live on frog exports alone
ORTHODOX Christian Georgians are remarkably observant; and the Good Shepherd is an important Christian parable. Yet these days, good Georgian shepherds are giving thanks to Islam, with the Hajj ending on 18th November.
2010-11-29The Explosion Occurred in Front of the Labor Party Office is estimated to be the Act of Terrorism by the Party Members
The explosion occurred on November 28th night in front of the Labor Party Office is estimated to be the act of terrorism by the party members. President Saakashvili and his government representatives bear direct responsibility on the occurred, according to their statement.
2010-11-29Siriachkoni – Village in Water
We crossed the Rioni River by ferry. We are sailing to Siriachkoni. This is the village in Senaki district close to Zemo Chaladidi village across the Rioni River. In the1930s, two-hundred families lived in the village. Today the village is completely isolated from its environment. Because of the recent heavy rains, the Rioni River changed its bed and destroyed the dike at the end of the village.
2010-11-29Ochkhomuri River Might Flood a Village
2010-11-25Sighnaghi Diggen Out Once Again
2010-11-24Epidemics Might Break up in Gurjaani
2010-11-22Misha the Magician
Spending several days in Tbilisi last week after an absence of several months, the new reality of Georgian life struck me with particular force: Mikheil Saakashvili is back in charge. Two years ago, after his defeat in the August war of 2008, almost everyone was counting the days until the president left office. Now he is again the undisputed leader of Georgia.
2010-11-22How the Rose Government Gradually Destroyed the Process of the Informal Georgian-Abkhazian Meetings
This article will attempt to expose the policy of the government of Georgia based on concrete facts which, in my opinion work against the goal of achieving direct and regular relations between Georgians and Abkhazians. Further, the implementation of this policy has resulted in the destruction of the permanent informal Georgian-Abkhaz meetings.
2010-11-19Perevi after the De-occupation
About a month passed since the abolishment of Russian post in Sachkheri region and the removal of Russian military. Human Rights Center arrived in Perevi specifically to talk with the village population after 26-month occupation.
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