Monday, May 27, 2024
spot_img
More

    Monthly Archives: October, 2023

    Kazakhstan boosts defence spending: $1.5 billion allocated in 2023

    Astana, Kazakhstan — In a notable development, Kazakhstan’s defense expenditures surged by 6.8%, reaching 715.7 billion tenge (equivalent to $1.5 billion) during the period from January to August this year. This...

    Kazakhstan to establish Caspian Sea Research Institute

    ASTANA, Kazakhstan — The Kazakh Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation has taken a significant step by developing a draft resolution to create the Caspian Sea...

    New Slovakia govt deploys armed forces along Hungary border to curb migration

    BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — The Slovak government has announced a significant deployment of police and armed forces along the border with Hungary to prevent illegal...

    Kazakh Embassy in London celebrates its 25th Republic Day

    LONDON (Raza Syed/Oleg Savca) - Kazakhstan "Republic Day" was celebrated in a simple and dignified ceremony held under the auspices of the Embassy of...

    “Tactical empathy: Unraveling the plot behind the weaponization of a soldier’s suicide”

    By Shazia Anwer Cheema I went through a tormenting experience of witnessing a social media post talking about suicide by stating the full name, father’s...

    Illicit visa trade targets overseas students and workers in the UK

    Brokers in South Asia are capitalizing on the desperation of overseas workers and students seeking UK visas. In an alarming trend, they are booking up...

    Kazakhstan declares October 29 as a day of mourning for mine fire tragedy victims

    ASTANA,Kazakhstan (LP Correspondent)-President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev declared Oct. 29 as the national mourning day for victims of the fire at Kostenko mine on Oct. 28...

    Tragedy strikes in Kazakhstan: 32 lives lost in devastating mine fire

    KARAGANDA, Kazakhstan (Kausar Arykhanovna)-At least 32 people have tragically lost their lives due to a fire that engulfed a mine in Kazakhstan. The mine, owned by the steel...

    The Uzbek Nuclear Endeavor: Boon or Bane for Central Asia?

    By Alan Kosh In the shadow of the Uzbek-Kazakh border, in a region prone to seismic tremors, Uzbekistan has unveiled plans to construct a nuclear...

    Charms of Belarus: A rising star in Tourism

    By Raza Syed Belarus, a nation often referred to as the hidden gem of Eastern Europe, has steadily gained popularity among tourists in recent years....
    - Advertisment -

    Most Read