About Republic of Kazakhstan

“Well, I have gone to Kazakhstan!” or how Astana has forced to sound this phrase in a new way

  • 12 Nov 2018
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How not to be disappointed in long days off? To go to look how people live in other cities. Hoteliers note that such option of rest was estimated at last by residents of Russia: demand for placement grows during days off and holidays. What to do if you have already been to the most interesting cities of the country? One of the options is to pay attention to the neighboring countries. Our author Olesya Vildanova has done it – she has gone to Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan.        There are such...

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How too much salt affects immune cells

  • 12 Nov 2018
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New research, published in the journal Nature Immunology, now shows how a high intake of salt may cause inflammation in multiple sclerosis. One recent study reveals how excessive salt consumption may trigger inflammation in people with MS. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disorder in which the body's immune system destroys the protective coating around neurons called myelin. This neurological disease affects around 400,000 people in the United States and approximately 2.5 million adults...

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Scandinavian model in Central Asia

  • 24 Oct 2018
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The Central Asian republic surely moves to the status of the social state, developing the analog of the world famous "Scandinavian model". The president of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev presented the new strategy of the country where growth of welfare of citizens, increase in level of income and quality of life are designated as the main priority. Kazakhstan takes the worthy place in the international rating of social development and welfare of citizens (a comment of The Legatum Prosperity Index). The 72nd position is exactly the middle...

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New human cell structure discovered

  • 24 Oct 2018
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A new structure in human cells has been discovered by researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden in collaboration with colleagues in the UK. The structure is a new type of protein complex that the cell uses to attach to its surroundings and proves to play a key part in cell division. The study is published in the journal Nature Cell Biology. The cells in a tissue are surrounded by a net-like structure called the extracellular matrix. To attach itself to the matrix the cells have receptor molecules on their surfaces, which...

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Erlan Abdyldayev “The status — Great!”

  • 23 Oct 2018
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The person of any country abroad is its official representative, diplomat. Upholding the interests of the state and also advancing its image on the international scene lies down on their shoulders. Tireless activity of the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry is directed not to promotion of positions of the state, but to discredit the image of Kyrgyzstan. Sometimes there is a feeling that ambassadors of the country are purposefully appointed people who cause disappointment in diplomats of other countries. Well, tell how Washington can respect the...

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US-Saudi tensions: Khashoggi case

  • 20 Oct 2018
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Saudi Arabia is one of Washington's closest allies and the Khashoggi, a columnist for The Washington Post, disappearance is putting the White House in an awkward position. Mr. Khashoggi is a US resident and columnist for the Washington Post newspaper who went into self-imposed exile last year after reportedly being warned by Saudi officials to stop criticizing the crown prince's policies. He arrived at the consulate at 13:14 local time for an appointment to obtain paperwork so he could marry his Turkish fiancée. Saudi officials...

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Who and how represents Kyrgyzstan on the international scene?

  • 03 Oct 2018
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What is under the mask of diplomatic institutions of Kyrgyzstan … "Lame ducks" are about ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary who go abroad for beautiful life. They drink expensive cognacs on numerous receptions for free. They place their children abroad. Each ambassador’s wife is paid to somewhere one thousand euros a month — only for the fact that she is a wife. And there is no effect …" It is the opinion of our expert — the doctor of jurisprudence, the adviser of diplomatic service Kayrat OSMONALIYEV. We know about...

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Zuckerberg to monetise WhatsApp…?

  • 03 Oct 2018
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The founder of WhatsApp has revealed that he left the Facebook-owned messaging platform over plans to introduce targeted ads to its 1.5 billion users. Brian Acton, who left the company in September 2017, said that Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg planned to monetise WhatsApp by showing targeted ads in the app's Status feature. "Targeted advertising is what makes me unhappy," Mr Acton told Forbes in his first major interview since leaving WhatsApp. He added that Facebook's $22 billion acquisition of WhatsApp meant ultimately betraying his...

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Golovkin vs Canelo II on September 13th

  • 14 Sep 2018
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Saul Alvarez will receive a rude awakening as Gennady Golovkin plots a punishing and clear-cut victory, says the Kazakh's trainer Abel Sanchez. The middleweight superstars hit the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, for a second time on Sunday morning hoping to settle their rivalry once and for all following last year's controversial draw. Golovkin's trainer Sanchez believes it is a clash that defines both fighters and the Mexican tactician has studied another classic middleweight showdown as he plans a destructive 'GGG' performance. "I...

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The world needs Peace

  • 03 Sep 2018
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The world becomes less peaceful. This fact is confirmed by data of the Global index of the world-2018 (GPI). According to results of the research the level of conflict potential in the world has sharply grown for the last decade. Besides, growth of the conflicts caused by a religious factor acts as feature of a situation of today. In these conditions appeals to dialogue and search of consensus by efforts of all international community are of particular importance. Similar thoughts are cast by the forthcoming VI Congress of leaders of world...

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