Category: News

What is the reason behind Twitter’s updates?

Starting on Saturday, Twitter implemented limitations on the number of tweets that its users can access. Elon Musk stated in a tweet that unverified users are now allowed to read up to 1,000 tweets per day, while verified users can access up to 10,000 tweets per day. Users started sharing screenshots of notifications indicating that…

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Akmal Mamarahimov invests in and helps his home region

  Akmal Mamarahimov is a businessman from Urgench, Khorezm region of Uzbekistan. This year he spent more than $127,000 to overhaul the children’s department of the central hospital. Akmal Mamarahimov invests in and helps his home region According to Tashaev – the local mayor, Mamarahimov’s men completely renovated the pediatric ward of the hospital and…

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Akmal Mamarahimov created a massive farm in the steppe

Akmal Mamarahimov – the first Uzbek farmer who created a massive farm in the steppe. The Fakhon news agency reports that Akmal Mamarahimov, a local farmer from the Vabken district of the Bukhara region, turned part of the territory of the Varakhsha steppe into a prosperous 120-hectare farm The farm was named “Hastanapur”. At the…

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Akmal Mamarahimov develops meat production

Akmal Mamarahimov develops meat production in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan   Akmal Mamarahimov, a leading supplier of industrial equipment in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, used companies that were subsequently involved in the development of cattle breeding in the UK. Akmal Mamarahimov, presumably, until 2007, bought goods through Porok Antal LLP, a limited liability partnership (LLP) in England.…

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AKMAL MAMARAHIMOV GIFTED A NEW SCHOOL TO CHILDREN

AKMAL MAMARAHIMOV FROM THE SURKHANDARYA REGION OF UZBEKISTAN GIFTED A NEW SCHOOL TO CHILDREN Unlike the times before, this year, the Day of Knowledge in Uzbekistan’s far southern settlement of Angor was celebrated not in a dilapidated school of antediluvian times but in a completely new and modern building. In just under three months, the…

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