Former four-division champion Roy Jones Jr will visit Gennady Golovkin’s hometown in Kazakhstan as a guest at the 21st Galym Zharylgapov’s Boxing Tournament.
Sweet potato was planted in three different regions of Kazakhstan in a pilot project for South Korea. First harvest has been obtained.
Kazakhstan's first aircraft plant Sunkar has again failed on its promises. MVEN aircraft developer has filed a lawsuit.
A boy from Kazakhstan has invented a special charging device and has another innovative project in development.
Oleg Serov set off for France for the first time in his 18 to get enrolled into the French Foreign Legion.
12-year-old Duman Amangeldy from Karaganda has won the national alaman baiga tournament Altyn Tulpar (Gold Horse).
8-year-old Alina Komissarova from the city of Karaganda in central Kazakhstan has won the Grand Prix of Mini Miss Russia-2014 that took place in Moscow on September 23.
Binazir Yermaganbetova from Karaganda city has qualified for Golos, a Russian version of internationally renowned The Voice.
Kazakhstan is planning to switch from chlorine water purification to a new technology using carbon filters and ultraviolet.
Sergey Nazarov from Kazakhstan experienced it all from ups and downs, grand performances in front of thousands of people to finding his significant other during his career at Cirque du Soleil.
Oksana Klochkova from Kostanay Oblast has been awarded the Second Runner-up title at the Miss Bikini CIS 2014 beauty pageant.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev spoke about the significance of Ulytau, a cultural heritage of the Kazakh nation.
A boarding school for visually impaired children in the city of Karaganda in central Kazakhstan is in decay.
Gennady Golovkin grew up as a boxer we know him now in the walls of the old gymnasium in Kazakhstan in turbulent times.
78 more people have been registered with meningitis in Kazakhstan.
The first aircraft plant in Kazakhstan has not produced a single flying plane. Why?
Houses destroyed in the deadly Kokpekty flood in Karaganda region are being restored, officials responsible for the incident are being criminally prosecuted and a new civil law suit is being readied.
Four people, including a U.S. citizen, have been injured in an elevator fall at the Medical University in Karaganda in central Kazakhstan.
Gale warning has been issued for several regions of Kazakhstan.
A new Akim (Mayor) of Karaganda city has been appointed.