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Kazakhstan symbols

Posted by on February 8, 2017 – 08:18 am

Kazakhstan symbols

A swastika-shaped geoglyph can be seen from above Kazakhstan. Credit: Image copyright DigitalGlobe, courtesy Google Earth Sprawling earthen swastika designs, crosses and rings that cover part of Kazakhstan are becoming a little less mysterious: Archaeologists have found and investigated 60 of these symbols, called geoglyphs, and determined when they were created and what their potential function might have been. The earthen works take on various geometric shapes, including squares, crosses, rings and a swastika. In ancient times, the swastika was…
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Indian Embassy in Kazakhstan

Posted by on February 4, 2017 – 08:05 am

Indian Embassy in Kazakhstan

ADDRESS Indian Embassy in Astana, Kazakhstan Kaskad Business Center, 5th Floor 6/1, Kabanbai Batyr Avenue Astana Kazakhstan TELEPHONE (+7) 7172-925 700 to 3 FAX (+7) 7172-925 716 / 7 WEBSITE indembastana.in OFFICE HOURS HEAD OF MISSION Mr Harsh Kumar Jain, Ambassador Facts about the Embassy India in Kazakhstan: In addition to the embassy in Astana, India also has a representative office in Almaty. Kazakhstan in India: Kazakhstan maintains an embassy in New Delhi. The Indian embassy is one of 113 foreign representations in Kazakhstan, and one of…
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Kazakhstan men

Posted by on January 1, 2017 – 06:58 am

Kazakhstan men

In December 2014, two blindfolded Guantanamo detainees were led off of a US military flight and onto a frozen airfield in eastern Kazakhstan. Their American escorts removed the detainees handcuffs, then debated replacing them with plastic zip ties before ultimately handing the men over to Kazakh soldiers unbound. The Kazakhs gave the men winter coats and led them off the airfield and into their new lives in Semey, a city of about 300, people near the Russian border. After spending more than a decade in a US prison on the sweltering island of Cuba…
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Kazakhstan carpets

Posted by on December 10, 2016 – 06:17 am

Kazakhstan carpets

Central Asia s textile traditions are well chronicled. Turkmen carpets, Uzbek embroideries and Kirghiz felts have each found a devout following among scholars and collectors. Yet the textiles of Kazakhstan have largely been ignored. Most commonly blamed for this neglect is a lack of antique weavings from the Kazakhs. However, the great quantity of 20th century Kazakh rugs implies a carpet weaving tradition and raises the inevitable question: Why have no old pieces survived? I suggest that many have been attributed to the Kirghiz instead. There is…

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M&K Kazakhstan

Posted by on November 14, 2016 – 05:14 am

M&K Kazakhstan

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Kazakhstan, Nazarbayev

Posted by on November 10, 2016 – 05:10 am

Kazakhstan, Nazarbayev

Nursultan Nazarbayev in full Nursultan Abishevich Nazarbayev, Nazarbayev also spelled, Kazakhstan, U.S.S.R.), president of Kazakhstan (from 1990), a reformist who sought regional autonomy for his Central Asian republic. Nazarbayev was the son of Kazakh peasants. He graduated from a technical school in Dneprodzerzhinsk (now Dniprodzerzhynsk, Ukraine) in 1960, from a technical school of the Karaganda (now Qaraghandy) Metallurgical Combine in Kazakhstan (1967), and from the Higher Party School in Moscow (1976). He worked as a steelworker and engineer…

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Embassy of Kazakhstan in India

Posted by on October 7, 2016 – 03:49 am

Embassy of Kazakhstan in India

ADDRESS Kazakh Embassy in New Delhi, India 61, Poorvi Marg Vasant Vihar New Delhi 110 057 India TELEPHONE (+91) 11-4600 7710 / 00 / 02 FAX (+91) 11-4600 7701 WEBSITE OFFICE HOURS HEAD OF MISSION Mr Doulat O. Kuanyshev, Ambassador Facts about the Embassy Kazakhstan in India: Kazakhstan s embassy in New Delhi is the only Kazakh representation in India. India in Kazakhstan: India has 2 representations in Kazakhstan. These representations include an embassy in Astana a representative office in Almaty. The Kazakh embassy is one of 423 foreign representations…

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Kazakhstan National Library

Posted by on September 11, 2016 – 02:12 am

Kazakhstan National Library

Dear readers! October 30 is the clean-up day. There from October 12 to 16, 2015 at the National library of the Republic of Kazakhstan at the School of conservation and restoration of written documents was held an international practical workshop in the restoration of Oriental books with the participation of the specialist from the Russian state library (Moscow city) Lokotkova I.G. On October 15, 2015 at 10:00 hours there in the Exhibitions’ hall took place the International scientific conference “Mustafa Shokai: politician and scientist”, organized…

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Embassy of Kazakhstan in London

Posted by on September 1, 2016 – 01:17 am

Embassy of Kazakhstan in London

Q1. Can you confirm that as a UK passport holder, I no longer require a visa to enter Kazakhstan? Yes: Under the new visa rules, citizens of 20 countries (including the United Kingdom, United States of America, Germany, France, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, Hungary, Monaco, Singapore, Australia, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Japan ) do not need a visa to enter Kazakhstan as long as they stay for less than 15 days at each entry. This rule is effective from 15 July 2015 to 31 December 2017…

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Visiting Kazakhstan

Posted by on August 30, 2016 – 01:06 am

Visiting Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan - The Land of Wonders Kazakhstan is a unique region in the world, because of its history, geographical position and size. Being the world’s 9th largest country and located in the centre of Eurasia, it is also the largest landlocked country in the world. These resulted in a specific climate and a peculiar natural system of the country, which seems to absorb the brightest examples of landscape of both continents. In addition, complicated history of Kazakh people and constant interaction of nomadic lifestyle with settled people in South…

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Travel Kazakhstan

Posted by on July 22, 2016 – 11:45 pm

Travel Kazakhstan

Some places in the world are stunning in their starkness and too emotional to fully comprehend, as Intrepid Group Leader Masha Rogozhina discovers on her Central Asia adventure… “I’m awakened by the sun streaming through the train window as we travel across the steppes of vast Kazakhstan. My destination is the small town of Aralsk, which used to be the major port of what was once the biggest sea in Central Asia, the Aral Sea. After whole day in transit we finally roll into the small station and go straight to our homestays, where we meet our host…

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Kazakhstan I love you

Posted by on July 12, 2016 – 11:15 pm

Kazakhstan I love you

From towering mountains to desert and steppe, from blistering summers to bitter winters, and from the wealth of the oil fields to the economic decay in remote villages, Kazakhstan is a nation of extremes. As the largest country in Central Asia, it is an economic and political leader in the region. With a stable government and its enormous oil, gas and mineral reserves (that have helped propel the economy since independence from the USSR in 1991), the glories of a land once roamed by warrior nomads and traders of the Great Silk Road are evident…

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Kazakhstan Embassy in Pakistan

Posted by on June 30, 2016 – 10:54 pm

Kazakhstan Embassy in Pakistan

ADDRESS Kazakh Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan House No. 11, Street no 45, F-8/1 Constitution Eve, Near British High Commission Islamabad Pakistan TELEPHONE (+92) 51-226-2926 FAX (+92) 51-226-2806 WEBSITE OFFICE HOURS HEAD OF MISSION Mr Bakhitbek Shabarbayev, Ambassador Facts about the Embassy Kazakhstan in Pakistan: Kazakhstan s embassy in Islamabad is the only Kazakh representation in Pakistan. Pakistan in Kazakhstan: Pakistan maintains an embassy in Astana. The Kazakh embassy is one of 199 foreign representations in Pakistan, and one of 84 foreign…

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Central Asia Kazakhstan

Posted by on June 20, 2016 – 10:18 pm

Central Asia Kazakhstan

Central Asia - General Information Today Central Asia comprises five independent republics, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan. From its beginning in 1917, the Soviet state never included Kazakhstan in Muslim Central Asia, preferring to give it a non-Asian identity by linking it closely to Russia and Siberia. Today, however, the Kazakhs themselves and the world at large believe they are very much part of the region. Central Asia covers an area of 3, 994, 300 square kilometers which includes some of the most sparsely…

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India Kazakhstan relations

Posted by on March 24, 2016 – 06:32 pm

India Kazakhstan relations

Both India and Kazakhstan share common perceptions about the need to have friendship and mutually advantageous bilateral relations. India recognised the independence of Kazakhstan in 1992 and visit of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh marks the 20th anniversary of friendship of both the countries. In order to strengthen their diplomatic ties several high level visits between India and Kazakhstan have been exchanged on a regular basis. India-Kazakhstan Inter-Governmental Commission established in 1992 has been instrumental in developing bilateral…

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