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Selim is married to actress Rosey Siddique. Together they have two daughters, Toma and Sreema. In his early years he used to work for
pharmaceuticals ltd. He studied in jahangirnagar university in economics department.
A grandson, Ivan Stanchov, served as ambassador of Bulgaria to the United Kingdom and to Ireland (1991–1994) and as minister of foreign affairs in
Indzhova's caretaker government (October 1994–January 1995).
Kamberova (Bulgarian Cyrillic: Ренета Камберова) (born 12 September 1990 in Pazardzhik) is a Bulgarian Group rhythmic gymnast. She was a member of the Bulgarian winning team that won gold at the 2014 World Championships in Group all-around and the 2011 World Group all-around bronze medalist.
Kazanova was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with
Kamberova, Mihaela Maevska, Tsvetelina Naydenova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
In the period 1991–1994 he was Deputy Minister of Agriculture. He was an adviser to President Zhelyu Zhelev on agrarian issues. Twice minister of agriculture - in the caretaker government of
Indzhova (1994–1995) and Stefan Sofiyanski (1997). From 1997 to 2002 was chief administrative secretary in the administration of the President of Bulgaria Petar Stoyanov.
Naydenova was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova, Mihaela Maevska,
Kamberova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
Ivanova Indzhova (Bulgarian: Ренета Иванова Инджова) (born 6 July 1953) is a Bulgarian politician and manager. Between October 1994 and January 1995 she served as Prime Minister of Bulgaria, the first woman in Bulgaria and still the only one to date to hold this office.
Week 6: All couples danced to songs from famous musicals. Rafał Mroczek received the first perfect score of the season for his Waltz. Renata Dancewicz got 28 points for her Cha-cha-cha, making it the lowest score of the week.
& Marcin were eliminated.
The eighty-first Cabinet of Bulgaria was a caretaker technocratic government set up by President Zhelyu Zhelev following the resignation of the Berov government. The government, headed by Prime Minister
Indzhova, ruled from 17 October 1994 to 25 January 1995 at which time the new cabinet took office.
Todorova was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova, Mihaela Maevska, Tsvetelina Naydenova,
Kamberova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
Notable alumni of the university are 5 Prime Ministers of Bulgaria -
Indzhova, Stefan Sofiyanski, Ivan Kostov, Marin Raykov and Plamen Oresharski; the current chief executive officer of the World Bank and ex-European Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources in the college of the Juncker Commission - Kristalina Georgieva; and the director of the Financial Markets Group at the London School of Economics and ex-Minister of Finance of Bulgaria Simeon Djankov
Maevska was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova,
Kamberova, Tsvetelina Naydenova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia. Maevska was the flag bearer for Bulgaria during the closing ceremony.
When the government became more liberal in the 1960s, Vávra's cinema entered into his most prolific period, producing "Zlatá
" (1965), "Romance pro křídlovku" (1966), "Kladivo na čarodějnice" (1969), and later "Komediant" (1984). His 1967 film "Romance for Bugle" was entered into the 5th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Special Silver Prize. His 1973 film "Days of Betrayal" was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Diploma. In 1979 he was a member of the jury at the 11th Moscow International Film Festival.
Indzhova was born 6 July 1953 in Nova Zagora. She studied at the university, obtained a PhD and became professor of political economy. She married and had a child, but later divorced. She worked as a financial expert for the liberal-conservative Democratic Union (UDF) and was head of Bulgaria's Privatization Agency (1992–1994). Indzhova was appointed by President Zhelev, leader of the UDF, to head a caretaker government after the collapse of Lyuben Berov's cabinet. During her brief time in office she gained some popularity for her efforts to combat organized crime.
Bulgaria: Since the start of the inception of rhythmic gymnastics as a World Championship event, Bulgaria was in competition with the USSR, during the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, Bulgaria has won 10 individual World Titles with its star gymnasts Maria Gigova- 3 time World AA Champion, Neshka Robeva and Kristina Guiourova, the 1980s marked the height of Bulgarian success known as the Golden Girls of Bulgaria, with gymnasts Iliana Raeva, Anelia Ralenkova, Lilia Ignatova, Diliana Gueorguieva, Bianka Panova, Adriana Dunavska, Elizabeth Koleva dominating the World Championships. Bianka Panova became the first rhythmic gymnast to make a clean sweep of all five individual events at a World Championship by attaining full marks. She also became the first rhythmic gymnast to get onto the Guinness Book of Records by her perfect performance of full 10 marks in all her routines (total of 8) at a World Championship and received the trophy personally from the President of the International Olympic Committee at that time, Juan Antonio Samaranch. The early 1990s were marked by the full domination of Maria Petrova- 3 time World AA Champion and 3 time European AA Champion. The early 2000s marked the decline of individual RG of Bulgaria though with still a few notable gymnasts like Simona Peycheva and Sylvia Miteva. Bulgaria is currently more engaged in Group rhythmic gymnastics with successful gymnasts like: Zhaneta Ilieva, Eleonora Kezhova, Kristina Rangelova, Zornitsa Marinova, Vladislava Tancheva,
Kamberova and Mihaela Maevska. Bulgaria's new generation of talents in individual gymnastics include: Neviana Vladinova, Boryana Kaleyn and Katerina Marinova. Boyanka Angelova, who gained popularity among the public, retired early due to injuries.
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