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Golovkin vs Ward camp: animosity growing?
Gennady Golovkin's trainer Abel Sanchez has commented on Andre Ward’s accusation of Triple G turning down the fight.
Russell Crowe slates Rio's traffic chaos
Ten weeks before the city expects to welcome throngs of World Cup fans, Hollywood star Russell Crowe slated Rio's chaotic traffic during a visit to promote biblical epic Noah.
Kazakhstan traveler to carry EXPO-2017 flag around the world
Kazakhstan traveler Sapar Iskakov, 73, will carry an EXPO-2017 flag around the world.
Bekmambetov's Squirrels horror trailer released
The pre-production sales trailer for Squirrels horror movie produced by Timur Bekmambetov, hit the internet.
AEG trial hears Paris Jackson video testimony
Paris Jackson recalled how her father's ex-nanny would sneak into his bed, in testimony played at the trial between the late King of Pop's family and the promoters of his last doomed tour.
Australia challenged to match France in promoting indigenous art
Australia has been challenged to match France's promotion of Aboriginal art after the inauguration of a landmark work in Paris.
Jackson lawyers to launch case against tour promoter
Lawyers for Michael Jackson's mother will launch their case Monday for massive compensation from the promoter of his last doomed tour, at the trial over the late King of Pop's 2009 death.
Jackson doctor refuses to testify at AEG trial
Michael Jackson's jailed former doctor refused Tuesday to testify at a trial in which the singer's mother is seeking massive damages from tour promoters she blames for hiring the medic.
Jurors picked for Jackson family trial with AEG
Jury selection begins Tuesday for a long-awaited trial in which Michael Jackson's mother is seeking billions of dollars from tour promoters she blames for her son's 2009 death.
New York Times revives effort to sell Boston Globe
The New York Times, facing a difficult environment for newspapers in the digital age, announced Wednesday that it was reviving its efforts to sell The Boston Globe.
Piano legend Lang Lang puts faith in insight, creativity
Chinese-born classical superstar Lang Lang believes that the struggling music industry must be creative to find the right mechanisms to drive the business forwards.
India set to clear IKEA retail plan: minister
India is on track to approve a bid by Swedish furniture giant IKEA to open its trademark blue-and-yellow stores in the country as it seeks big new markets for its flat-pack products.
Psy, Samsung push 'brand Korea' in 2012
A breakthrough year for "brand Korea" -- led by the rapper Psy and electronics giant Samsung -- has boosted efforts to promote a country that still feels overshadowed, under-appreciated and misunderstood.
Google buys marketing firm to boost discount moves
Google has agreed to buy the marketing firm Incentive Targeting in a move that gives the tech giant more tools to work with retailers on discounts and other promotions.
Kazakhstan journalists calculated cost of promoting singer in Kazakhstan
The expenses to record one song total at about $3000 and range from $10,000 to $30,000 to shoot a videoclip.
Armenia 'ready for war' after Azerbaijan axe-killer pardon
Armenia warned Azerbaijan it was ready for war as tensions soared Monday between the ex-Soviet foes after Baku pardoned and promoted an Azerbaijani officer who axed an Armenian soldier to death.
Ilya Ilyin's photo to be printed on T-shirts
Kazakhstan actor Anuar Nurpeissov wants to produce T-shirts with a photo of Kazakhstan's weightlifter and Olympic champion Ilya Ilyin.
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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