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Vrbas

 

a river in Yugoslavia, right tributary of the Sava River (Danube Basin). Length, 240 km. Basin area, 5,400 sq km. Its source and a considerable part of the river is in the Dinaric Uplands. The water is especially high in spring and fall. The average discharge in the lower course is 70 cu m per sec. There are small hydroelectric power plants in the Vrbas valley. The cities of Jajce and Banja Luka are on the Vrbas River; there are therapeutic sulfur springs near Banja Luka.

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Summary: Vrbas [Serbia], Aug 19 (ANI): India's junior women boxers on Sunday ended the campaign with a rich haul of four gold, four silver and four bronze medals at the 3rd Nation's Cup which took place in Vrbas, Serbia.
They will also visit the place where David was found, at the mouth of the Crkvena and Vrbas rivers.
The main part of the Danube catchment area is drained by the River Sava, which runs towards the northern border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, and its major tributaries (the rivers Una, Sana, Vrbas, Ukrina, Bosna, Brka, Tinja and River Drina) that drain deeply into central and northern Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Their father, Momcilo, owns a restaurant, Gradska Kafana, that serves traditional Serbian food in their hometown in Vrbas, Northern Serbia, close to the border of Hungary.
In the north of the country, authorities declared a state of emergency because of rising water level of the Vrbas river that runs through Banja Luka, one of Bosnia's biggest cities.
These investments were to be spent on their operations at Vrbas, Pecinci and Kovacica and centre on increasing capacity, improving energy efficiency and reducing costs.
THE Indian junior and youth women boxers have had a rousing start to the year as they returned with a rich medal haul even though their senior counterparts failed to win a gold at the third Nations Cup in Vrbas, Novi Sad, Serbia.
The aim is in restoring the Kastel to its original state so that the area, in addition to its historic role, could be able to respond for other purposes."The work on the stone house, which will be transformed after the reconstruction to the Museum of Banja Luka and work on the reconstruction of the south wall, facing the river Vrbas, is ongoing.
The agreement covers extensive collaboration within the energy sector, beginning with a joint project to develop and build four hydropower plants in the Vrbas river with an annual generation capacity of 450 GWh.
We select the midstream portion of the Vrbas River as our case study (term used loosely).
Gradjevinar of Kraljevo (Serbia) and Vijadukt of Portoroz (Slovenia) have won a joint 30-year contract to build and run a hydro-electric plant on the Vrbas River (North-West Bosnia).