25 august 2016, 17:19Bogan, ranga, rurosexual added to Australian dictionary
12 may 2016, 15:06Art not sex, Pakistan's dancers take a stand
04 march 2016, 16:25World's costliest train station opens in NY at 9/11 site
04 november 2015, 15:29Cheers, kisses as Rome's Trevi Fountain reopens
03 november 2015, 16:12Trump publishes new book 'Crippled America'
03 november 2015, 00:58Principal dancers of Mariinsky Theater perform in Astana Opera
14 october 2015, 15:29Jamaican author Marlon James wins Man Booker Prize
08 october 2015, 20:59Zurab Tsereteli's personal exhibition opens in Almaty
07 october 2015, 13:47'Twilight' marks 10th anniversary with a twist: a gender swap
02 october 2015, 15:50'Most valuable art collection ever' on show in Hong Kong
16 september 2015, 15:26Fans flock to honour queen of crime fiction Agatha Christie
11 september 2015, 16:58Japan author Murakami releases latest book
27 august 2015, 13:40Millennium sequel hits bookstores as author admits 'total fear'
14 august 2015, 10:53White House reveals Obama's summer reading list
06 august 2015, 19:39Kazakhstani Bear Buddy promotes peace and tolerance in Kazan
06 august 2015, 19:28Kazakhstani Rafael Urazov invited to Jaoquin Cortes' dance company
06 august 2015, 19:05Kazakhstani photographer participates in Louvre exhibition
03 august 2015, 14:42The changing face of Russia's emblematic matryoshka dolls
17 july 2015, 12:18Spanish museums invite blind to touch masterpieces
14 july 2015, 13:53Midnight openings for Harper Lee book launch
11 july 2015, 01:25Argentinian street artist Marina Zumi creates art installation in Almaty
10 july 2015, 12:48Sistine Chapel recreated in Montreal -- in photos
25 june 2015, 19:07Astana Opera ballet dancers to perform at Teatro alla Scala
25 june 2015, 18:29World's oldest San Carlo theater in Astana on July 5-6
20 may 2015, 15:17Greece's last film poster painter soldiers on
13 may 2015, 01:02Padron's The Circles of Hell translated into Kazakh
28 april 2015, 22:32Almaty born writer Serebryanskiy wins Russian Award
14 april 2015, 13:55Rare Turing notebook sells for $1m in New York
09 april 2015, 13:45Almaty residents respond with outrage to National Geographic photo
04 april 2015, 14:19Sales of books on Islam rocket after France attacks
04 april 2015, 10:35George R. R. Martin unveils new 'Game of Thrones' chapter
02 april 2015, 20:32Imperial Russian Ballet to perform in Almaty
30 march 2015, 21:54Kazakhstani trapeze artists win silver at Festival del Circ Ciutat de Figueres in Spain
25 march 2015, 16:48Ideal nudes on show at British Museum Greek exhibition
24 february 2015, 20:37Fountain of Bakhchisarai to premier in Astana Opera in April
24 february 2015, 18:39Astana Opera to stage Romeo and Juliet for March holidays
14 february 2015, 14:44Orhan Pamuk, anxious observer of the new Turkey
30 january 2015, 19:13Astana Opera ballet company wins hearts of Italian audience
29 january 2015, 13:52Bulat Ayukhanov's dance company presents Triumph of Russian Ballet on February 5
28 january 2015, 19:58Astana Ballet presents three centuries of classic choreography
22 january 2015, 17:57Astana Opera tours Italy with Spartacus: Tengrinews streams live
07 january 2015, 13:10Paris Louvre is world's most-visited museum
25 december 2014, 16:48Astana Opera dancers to perform in Milan next year
23 december 2014, 21:17Kazakhstani ballroom dancers win youth competition in Dubai
22 december 2014, 13:49In Spanish city saved by museum, Guggenheim digs in
19 december 2014, 14:36Debut art works of Kazakh political analyst Bukharbayev in Almaty
14 december 2014, 13:26Astana Opera and Grigorivich present The Nutcracker
29 october 2014, 12:31Leonardo da Vinci's self-potrait in rare public show
25 october 2014, 20:05Kazakhstan native named best young German actor
24 october 2014, 12:53Artist in southern Kazakhstan draws healing paintings
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