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The Knight in the Panther’s Skin now available in Korean
12th century Georgian epic poem The Knight in the Panther’s Skin by iconic Georgian author Shota Rustaveli
The Gold in the Fleece: Remembering Lost Knowledge
Myths, as the name implies, are not real, nor are they necessarily reputed to be accurate accounts of real events
Georgia’s Schuchmann Winery to Open Spa in Kakheti
TELAVI, Georgia – Georgia’s Schuchmann Winery will open a new spa at its flagship vineyard-hotel complex near Telavi in eastern Georgia.
Eco friendly house built by Georgian couple in Kakheti
Meet Georgian couple who changed the hectic city life for a village and constructed their own eco friendly house.
700 new bus-stops to be set up in Tbilisi
700 spots are selected throughout the capital city for the new bus-stops, Tbilisi City Hall informs.
Georgian students’ invention wins gold medal at international contest
Tbilisi hosted the annual International Young Inventor Project Olympiad (IYIPO) where more than 400 young inventors from 45 countries took part
Life Saver - Young Georgian students’ invention will save human lives
Young Georgian students have come up with new revolutionary invention that would save the lives of hundreds of people worldwide.
Georgian students attend annual innovations summit at NASA
Four young Georgian students who are the winners of second-annual Millennium Innovations Awards competition are already in NASA
Daisies adorn crosswalk in Kutaisi, Georgia
A crosswalk in the central district of Kutaisi city of  Georgia's Imereti region was decorated with beautiful daisies.
“Don’t cut box-trees” campaign starts in Georgia before the Palm Sunday
“Don’t cut box-trees” campaign has begun in Georgia.
Georgia’s president enjoying leisure with his little son
Details of Georgian President’s family life are often at the center of public attention.
Georgia to Go Solar
Georgia to Go Solar
A solar power plant is to be built in Gardabani, eastern Georgia.
Colorful crossrwalks decorate Tbilisi streets
Yet another colorful crossrwalk has appeared in Tbilisi, namely on Tsereteli Avenue,
Georgia’s Astrophysical Abastumani Observatory to be restored
Georgia’s famous National Astrophysical Observatory located in Abastumani, Adigeni Municipality, Samtskhe-Javakheti region
Innovation idea of a Georgian student in US international contest semifinal
An innovation idea of a Georgian student, Nikoloz Gachechiladze, made it to the semifinal of Global Innovation through Science and Technology
Main problems, expectations, preferences of Georgian people - NDI survey results published
The results of the survey by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) were published today.
Pope Francis to visit Georgia
Pope Francis will visit Georgia in late September.
April 9 tragedy – 27 years after the fight for Georgia’s independence
April 9 marks the 27th anniversary of the April 9 tragedy also referred to as Tbilisi Massacre, Tbilisi tragedy.
The largest book museum in Caucasus to open in Georgia
The book museum is planned to open in the first building of the National Library and apart from being the first in Georgia, it also will be the largest in the Caucasus.
Enclosures to be constructed at the new Zoo in Tbilisi
Enclosures are being constructed at the new Zoo, near Tbilisi reservoir (aka Tbilisi Sea).
13-year old Georgian entrepreneur runs his own rabbit farm
Meet the youngest Georgian entrepreneur Shako Meshvelashvili, who has a small farm of 50 rabbits.
 Teenage Georgian brothers’ invention will save you from fire, gas leakage and air pollution
14-year-old twin brothers, Giorgi and Demetre Kachkachishvili, are little Georgian inventors. Their Air Cleaning System (ACS)
The day of Georgian tea held in Greece
The Union of Georgian Women in Greece organized the day of Georgian tea in Athens.
Tbilisi State University rector resigns by “personal decision”
“I have addressed the academic council on resignation and it was my personal decision,” Vladimer Papava, the rector of Tbilisi State University told journalists
Persons with limited abilities hit the catwalk in Tbilisi
A fashion show named ‘Me and Professions’ has been held jointly by The Ministry of Education
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12 November, 2015
“Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.” Just in Denmark, not in Georgia! Aren’t we lucky that nothing
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A group of media representatives set aside their microphones, video cameras and voice recorders for a day to try their skills
The National Library of Georgia created a digital archive of all Kviris Palitra newspaper issues published during its 18-year history.
The Georgian Office of the United Nations Human Rights High Commissioner organized a media workshop in the town of Sighnaghi, informing reporters about cases of prisoner torture and health complications due to their mistreatment in the penitentiary system.
Lelo, the sports newspaper held a celebration at its offices for the publication of its 14,000th issue.
Manager of the Public Broadcasting Channel 1 Giorgi Baratashvili responded to allegations of the head of the news service of the channel Khatuna Berdzenishvili regarding her dismissal from the position on political grounds.
Head of the Public Broadcasting Channel 1 News Service Khatuna Berdzenishvili announced during a special briefing held on March 1 that she had been relieved of her position by the Manager of the channel Giorgi Baratashvili.
The United States Ambassador Richard Norland granted certificates to graduates of the 1-year certification and 2-month internship courses at the Radio Liberty Media School.
The new talk show Iron Ladies by Tina Kandelaki premiered on Russia's NTV channel on February 17. Kandelaki and Margarita Simonyan were presenters of the show which lasted for 40 minutes and was dedicated to the recent Chelyabinsk meteorite shower incident.
Many BBC journalists have gone on strike for 24 hours in a dispute over compulsory redundancies. The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said it called the strike after failing to reach an agreement with management over the redeployment of 30 staff members facing compulsory redundancy.
NBC’s Al Roker scored a split-second, wild chat with President Obama and got a handshake from Vice President Biden during the inaugural parade on Monday.