About Republic of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan made the choice – economically strong, fair and democratic society

  • 20 Jun 2019
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Last Sunday the attention of the world media was riveted on the extraordinary elections of the president in Kazakhstan. In March, 2019 the first president of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev voluntarily resigned authority of the head of state which he executed from the moment of independence of the republic. Under the Constitution the duty of the president passed to the speaker of the senate of Parliament Kasym-Zhomart Tokayev who, on April 9 in his address to citizens of the country declared extraordinary presidential elections. - On the...

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What to eat on the Indian diet

  • 20 Jun 2019
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Indian food is famous for its spices and range of dishes. Different regions of India have distinct cuisines, but most of them contain varieties of vegetables, legumes, rice, and breads that may help a person lose weight. Many Indian people do not eat meat. The traditional Indian diet appears healthful. However, obesity, heart disease, and diabetes rates are steadily increasing in Indian populations. This is due, in part, to changes in the way that modern Indian people eat. The Indian diet is increasingly...

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Presidential Election in Kazakhstan: insight review

  • 11 Jun 2019
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On June 9 in one of the most important countries of Eurasia – Kazakhstan, for a year before the due time, there will take place early elections of the president. In March this year Nursultan Nazarbayev who directed the country from the moment of independence in 1991, declared in the address to citizens about his resignation. This news had effect of the exploded political "bomb" and shook not only Kazakhstan, but also caused some concern in Beijing and in Moscow, in Washington and Brussels. News about the decision of the Kazakhstan leader was...

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Golovkin rocks Rolls in four

  • 11 Jun 2019
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The Big Drama Show is back. Former middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (39-1-1, 34 KOs) knocked out previously unbeaten Steve Rolls (19-1, 10 KOs) in round four on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Coming off his first loss to Canelo Alvarez last September, 37-year-old GGG ended the fight spectacularly with a left hook that put Rolls down face first for the count. Time was 2:09. To his credit, Rolls came to fight and landed some clean shots before being overwhelmed by Golovkin’s firepower. After...

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Presidential Election in Kazakhstan: insight review

  • 10 Jun 2019
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On June 9 in one of the most important countries of Eurasia – Kazakhstan, for a year before the due time, there will take place early elections of the president. In March this year Nursultan Nazarbayev who directed the country from the moment of independence in 1991, declared in the address to citizens about his resignation. This news had effect of the exploded political "bomb" and shook not only Kazakhstan, but also caused some concern in Beijing and in Moscow, in Washington and Brussels. News about the decision of the Kazakhstan leader was...

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Тhe China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan Railway Project: How Much Does Kyrgyzstan Stand to Benefit?

  • 28 May 2019
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«It is the probability that such a project would add significantly to the already substantial Kyrgyz government debt to China and potentially lead to a ‘debt trap’ scenario that is perhaps the biggest risk» – London-based independent researcher Harry Roberts notes in his article for CABAR.asia. Central Asia inherited a railway network that in many cases left the newly independent states with transport infrastructure gravitating more towards Moscow than with the rest of the region (or even with other parts of their own...

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Antibiotics may help curb Alzheimer’s symptoms

  • 28 May 2019
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Research showed that an antibiotic mix impacted the gut bacteria in mice to the point that it slowed the growth and development of Alzheimer's, but only in males. The study, conducted at The University of Chicago, IL, demonstrated how long-term antibiotic use could reduce inflammation and slow the growth of amyloid plaques in male mice. Amyloid plaques are a feature specific to Alzheimer's disease. They form when a particular protein within the neurons of the brain buildup and clump together. These...

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Ablyazov’s case was brought to trial in Russia

  • 22 May 2019
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The State Office of Public Prosecutor approved the indictment on criminal case against the former chairmen of the board of directors of JSC BTA Bank Mukhtar Ablyazov, the chairman of the board of the same bank Roman Solodchenko and also their subordinates Artur Trofimov, Igor Kononko, Tatyana Paraskevich, Anatoly Ereshenko and Alexander Udovenko. They are accused of commission of the crimes provided by Part 4 of Article 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (plunder of property by fraud by organized group in especially large...

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The EU to closely monitor Kazakhstan’s presidential snap elections – The Brussels Times reports

  • 06 May 2019
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Nursultan Nazarbayev was President of Kazakhstan from 1990 until his resignation on 19 March 2019. Kazakhstan will hold an early presidential election on 9 June, Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev announced earlier this week. Tokayev called for the early election after assuming the office on 20 March, following the surprise resignation of first President Nursultan Nazarbayev. The snap presidential elections aim to resolve the transit of power as quickly as possible. “We need to clear up any ambiguity, in order to ensure public...

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Religious experiences may benefit mental health?

  • 06 May 2019
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A survey of thousands of people suggests that mystical experiences positively affect a person's mental health, regardless of whether they are naturally occurring or a result of psychedelic drugs. New research suggests that having deep religious experiences may significantly improve people's mental health. Religion may have a wide range of health benefits, research suggests. For instance, a study that appeared last year found that religious believers tend to live 4 years longer, on average, while another study found that...

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