Celebration of the 65th anniversary of the legendary Baikonur Cosmodrome was postponed to October 4 of this year.
The high school graduation examination period is approaching in Kazakhstan.
1.22 million people, 600,000 Kazakh citizens will get jobs under the ‘Yenbek’ state program.
East Kazakhstan is getting ready to celebrate the 175th birth anniversary of Abai Kunanbaiuly.
The Falcon 9 space craft took off from the same launch pad used by NASA’s final space shuttle flight in 2011.
President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev congratulated Kazakh citizens with the International Children’s Day.
The International Children’s Day is celebrated today on June 1 without the mass festivities.
It total, 400 checkpoints were operating in the country during this period.
In addition, many metal and copper items created in animal style were found as well.
In case the test-taker shows symptoms of the acute viral respiratory infection, he or she will be immediately isolated.
Every year, starting from 1997, Kazakhstan marks the Memorial Day for Victims of Political Repression and famine on May 31.
In total, there are 313 bus routes operating between the cities of Kazakhstan with 888 carriers.
Fitness club in the yard – the pilot project to engage the residents in sports activities was launched in Nur-Sultan.
The exhibition showing the exhibits from the museum’s collection of the Library is presented in a video format for the first time.
Number of coronavirus cases in the country is approaching 10,000. Self-isolation index in Kazakhstan leaves much to be desired.
A technical malfunction caused the emergency landing of the C-295 military aircraft in Zhetygen aerodrome in Almaty on May 4.
The United Nations launches the campaign called ‘Verified’ against the misinformation and myths about the novel coronavirus.
The session was broadcasted live on the President’s press office’s Facebook page, ‘AkordaPress’.
The results of the competition will be announced on June 1.
Within the last three months, the world faced the unprecedented challenge in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.