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Hindus concerned over trivialization of #Hinduism in upcoming French video game

Hindus concerned over trivialization of #Hinduism in upcoming French video game

| July 17, 2018

Hindus are urging French video game publisher Ubisoft to depict Hindu deities, temples, traditions, terminology and concepts with respect and accuracy in upcoming video-game Beyond Good and Evil 2. In this action-adventure video game to be published by Ubisoft, Hinduism is reportedly going to play a pivotal role in the narrative, with images and references […]

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EU gross box office topped EUR 7 billion in 2017 for third year running

EU gross box office topped EUR 7 billion in 2017 for third year running

| July 16, 2018

  Based on provisional data, cumulative GBO in the EU Member States topped the EUR 7 billion benchmark once again, reaching an estimated EUR 7.02 billion in 2017. While dropping 0.3% on the previous year, this still represents – not adjusted for inflation – the third highest level ever recorded. With the pan-European average ticket […]

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#CulturalHeritageInEurope – High-level conference on 26 June

#CulturalHeritageInEurope – High-level conference on 26 June

| June 25, 2018

The challenges for European heritage will be debated in a conference on ‘Cultural heritage in Europe: Linking past and future’. The conference takes place in the context of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, which aims to raise awareness and involve citizens more closely in cultural heritage at local, regional, national and European levels. […]

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More member states sign up to digital co-operation initiatives on #Supercomputers, #ArtificialIntelligence and innovation

More member states sign up to digital co-operation initiatives on #Supercomputers, #ArtificialIntelligence and innovation

| June 18, 2018

Several member states have signed recent co-operation declarations demonstrating their commitment to work together at EU level in digital policy areas. This morning Finland and Sweden signed the EuroHPC Declaration, signalling their willingness to join European co-operation on supercomputers. Austria has signed the same declaration and so has Lithuania. Altogether 20 countries have joined this […]

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#CulturalHeritage: Parliament conference to raise awareness

#CulturalHeritage: Parliament conference to raise awareness

| June 6, 2018

To highlight the importance and diversity of European culture, the Parliament will hold a conference on 26 June called ‘Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future’. An estimated 300,000 people work directly in the EU’s cultural sector and it is indirectly responsible for up to 7.8 million jobs. The Parliament conference aims to increase […]

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#EuropeanYearOfCulturalHeritage: 29 co-operation projects receive €5 million

#EuropeanYearOfCulturalHeritage: 29 co-operation projects receive €5 million

| May 29, 2018

The European Commission announced the 29 cultural projects selected for funding following a dedicated call for proposals launched on the occasion of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. A total budget of €5 million will be allocated to the projects under the Creative Europe programme, the main EU programme supporting cultural and creative sectors. […]

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Is #Car Leasing a New Lifestyle Choice?

Is #Car Leasing a New Lifestyle Choice?

| May 14, 2018

Car leasing is becoming an increasingly popular trend these days for families many reasons.  Of course, this kind of decision depends on your personal circumstances and individual preferences, but leasing a car could be the perfect lifestyle choice for you for the following benefits. Lower Monthly Repayments If you would have to fund your personal […]

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