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ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorA renowned locust expert returns to his roots to help Kazakhstan battle the pests
After getting his bachelors degree in entomology from Russia’s St. Petersburg State University, Alex Latchininsky spent 15 years helping the Soviet Union combat an age-old pest: locusts.
ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorPolitics may mean Almaty has the inside track for the Winter Olympics, some pundits say
The Olympic Games aren’t supposed to be political, but in reality many of them are.
ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorA story of love -- and incredible patience waiting for someone
Tommy is one of the most self-assured guys I know.
ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorKazBeef expands, introduces new technology and new business model
The government corporation that is spearheading Kazakhstan's quest to become a global beef powerhouse has not only introduced new cattle-raising technology here but also a new business model.
ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorKazakhstan will have trouble making its bad-loan reduction targets, Standard & Poor’s says
Kazakhstan’s banking system has been wallowing in bad loans ever since the global economic downturn of 2008 and 2009.
ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorKazakhstan likely to achieve all but one of its U.N. development goals, country director says
Kazakhstan has a good chance of achieving seven of its eight United Nations Millennium Development Goals by the 2015 deadline, the U.N.'s country-programs director said in a recent speech at Nazarbayev University.
ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorFrom poor Kazakh village girl to glamorous San Francisco model
By studying hard, Zhanel would get a scholarship to Eurasian National University in Astana. Her bachelors degree in computer science would give her a shot at a master’s degree in the United States. And – the biggest surprise of all -- her exotic good... looks would open the door to a modeling career in San Francisco.
CommentaryA choice isn't a choice when it is made with a gun to your head: British Ambassador Carolyn Browne
"After all, it will have no legal effect. It will have no moral force. And the result will not be recognised by the international community. It should not go ahead," summarising the British attitude towards the Crimea referendum.
Kazakhstan professional tennis playerI wish Kukushkin had won and we all went home cheerfully: Andrey Golubev
Kazakhstan’s tennis professional Andrey Golubev obtained victory for the Kazakhstan national team by winning over Belgium's Ruben Bemelmans in the first round of the Davis Cup held in Astana, Kazakhstan in February. Andrey Golubev, 26, won all three sets of the... decisive match with the score of 6:2, 6:3, 6:1. This victory brought a wining point to the Kazakhstan team in the competition against Belgium. Kazakhstan won over Belgium with the score of 3:2 and reached the quarter-finals for the third time in four years.
Timelines of various important Kazakhstan events.Most expensive cars in Kazakhstan
Tengrinews has made a list of the most expensive cars in Kazakhstan based on the data available at the county's largest car trader website Kolesa.kz. The list includes only the cars that have been custom-cleared in Kazakhstan.
Timelines of various important Kazakhstan events.Kazakhstan sport: Highlights of 2013
Key achievements of Kazakhstan athletes in the year of 2013.
ex-Los Angeles Times journalist, journalism professorIt’s my two-year anniversary with Tengrinews – thank you, readers!
Next month will mark my second anniversary of writing columns for Tengrinews.