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The weeklong course will cover all the major areas related to poultry sector, food security and socio cultural significance, status of poultry diseases both viral and bacterial in South East Asian countries, avian respiratory viral diseases, molecular tools in study of viral pathogenesis, diagnosis, characterization and evolutionary analysis, genome extraction and its quantification, primer designing and validation, etc.
We are given to understand that the Mayor of London is proposing to recognise 'an area of cultural significance for music' in parts of the Capital but in Wales - this term isn't recognised in the current Planning Policy Framework.
Summary: The Eid al-Adha holiday, punctuated by the arrival of more than 2 million pilgrims in Mecca, is traditionally a time when Muslims celebrate a centrally important religious occasion, steeped in social and cultural significance.
In addition to the close linkages with Britain, Canada now has significant immigration from Asia, Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Middle East, as well as economic and cultural globalization and the recognition of the cultural significance of the country's First Nations.
San Hamid said that people who wear these trends have no idea about the cultural significance these have, the New York Daily News reported.
Shams Mehmood Mirza said that Pak-Iran relations have historical and cultural significance and both countries are playing an important role in solving international issues.
Many of these structures are unique for their architectural and cultural significance alike, but this overall presentation is also unique for its photographic excellence in capturing these structures and documenting their artistic and human importance.
While the "Treasures" span genres and decades, they share five characteristics: contribution to the field, artistic excellence, cultural significance, enduring impact, and widespread recognition.
In November, a preliminary examination body urged UNESCO to postpone the listing of the Nachi-no-Dengaku art, noting that Japan has failed to give sufficient explanations on the art's social and cultural significance.
Gwyl Cerdd Dan organiser Dewi Jones said: "I'"I'm very glad S4C recognises the important of the festival as one of national cultural significance by committing to broadcast for a further two years.
Due to the historical and cultural significance of the Queen Elizabeth Park area of the river valley, a second Aboriginal community workshop was held in August for the Wicihitowin Action Circles and Aboriginal community members in order to review and provide feedback on the vision, guiding principles, preliminary conceptual designs, and interpretation possibilities that were developed based on input from the first round of consultation.

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