has teamed up with the RSPCA to promote responsible rabbit ownership.
Dimitar Manolov, head of the BHRA unit in Veliko Tarnovo, complained that the debate on the legal amendments had become politicized and the MPs who had voted against the lifting of the full smoking ban had become distanced from the concerns of the voters.
Atanas Dimitrov, member of the Managing Board of BHRA and Chair of its Sofia-based unit, said that the decision on whether to boycott the law would be a collective one.
administrative functions to include development of racing, preparation of fixture list and race planning, co-ordination of race programming, administration of WeatherbysO contract and industry training and recruitment arrangements, modernisation of sport, and communications and public affairs.
The warning will turn into reality if lawmakers fail to listen and respond favorably to demands of BHRA members to return to having smoking and no-smoking spaces inside establishments.
On Tuesday, Ragin met with Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, and Health Minister, Desislava Atanasova, but has been told they back the full smoking ban and BHRA needs to find a lobby in the Parliament.
Meanwhile, Ragin insisted that MPs from the two main opposition formations a the left-wing Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, and the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, have given BHRA 100% support.
The frame-setting passage from Rupa Gosvamin's BhRAS 1.
adau sraddha tatah sadhu-sango 'tha bhajana-kriya I tato 'nartha-nivrttih syat tato nistha rucis tatah II BhRAS 1.
The interpretation of Rupa sketched above is suggested by Jiva Gosvamin in his Durgamasangamani (DS) commentary on BhRAS 1.
They take great exegetical license in their interpretation of the word adau, which simply means "at the beginning" or "at first," reading in it an interpersonal exchange, something not mentioned in the BhRAS itself, but this is something they must do because, as I show, their theology is that sraddha for bhakti can only come from outside the self, from sanga.
This reinforces Visvanatha's expatiated interpretation of BhRAS 1.