Articles about Kazakhstan

Modi to host first India-Central Asia summit on January 27

19 Jan 2022

India
Modi to host first India-Central Asia summit on January 27

The central government on Wednesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host the maiden India-Central Asia Summit virtually on January 27.

UN relocates about 100 personnel from Afghanistan to Kazakhstan

19 Aug 2021

World
UN relocates about 100 personnel from Afghanistan to Kazakhstan

The United Nations has moved about 100 of its personnel from Afghanistan to Kazakhstan in view of the security and other constraints in Kabul and they will return to the country as conditions permit, according to the spokesman of the UN chief.

Coronavirus: 300 Indian students remain stuck in Kazakhstan

23 Mar 2020

India
Coronavirus: 300 Indian students remain stuck in Kazakhstan

Even as India repatriated hundreds of Indians amid the coronavirus pandemic, over 300 Indian students remain stuck in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan: Plane carrying 100 crashes into building; 14 dead

27 Dec 2019

World
Kazakhstan: Plane carrying 100 crashes into building; 14 dead

In a tragic incident, a passenger aircraft carrying 100 people (95 passengers and 5 crew members) crashed near the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan on Friday.

UEFA Europa League 2019-20: Analyzing the complete list of draw

31 Aug 2019

Sports
UEFA Europa League 2019-20: Analyzing the complete list of draw

The stage is set for another European season as the draw for the opening stage of the 2019-20 UEFA Europa League was made official.

Kazakhstan: 'Dead' man shows up at home months after burial

09 Nov 2018

World
Kazakhstan: 'Dead' man shows up at home months after burial

In an unsettling situation for the Supygaliev family living in the port city of Atyrau in Kazakhstan, a family member who had been buried two months earlier showed up at their doorstep on Tuesday.

#AsianGames2018: Injured boxer Vikas can't fight semis, settles for bronze

31 Aug 2018

Sports
#AsianGames2018: Injured boxer Vikas can't fight semis, settles for bronze

Indian boxer Vikas Krishan (75kg) settled for a bronze medal in the Asian Games after he was declared medically unfit to fight his semifinal bout due to a cut on his left eyelid sustained earlier in the event.

Swaraj arrives in Kazakhstan, interacts with Indian community

03 Aug 2018

World
Swaraj arrives in Kazakhstan, interacts with Indian community

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today praised the Kazakh people for their warmth in welcoming the Indian diaspora as she interacted with the Indian community living in Kazakhstan.

Central govt employees can soon go abroad on LTC

29 Jul 2018

India
Central govt employees can soon go abroad on LTC

Central government employees may soon be able to go abroad on Leave Travel Concession (LTC), top officials said today.

#ModiInChina: PM Modi invites Kazakhstan to join International Solar Alliance

10 Jun 2018

World
#ModiInChina: PM Modi invites Kazakhstan to join International Solar Alliance

PM Narendra Modi today held a "productive" meeting with Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev and invited his country to join International Solar Alliance (ISA).

Syrian rebels: Peace unlikely at Astana talks

25 Jan 2017

World
Syrian rebels: Peace unlikely at Astana talks

Syrian rebel delegation spokesman Yahya al-Aridi said that the group had no intention of signing a joint communique demarcating an agreement to ceasefire, at talks being held in Kazakhstan.

Assad ready to negotiate everything at Kazakh talks

10 Jan 2017

World
Assad ready to negotiate everything at Kazakh talks

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he was ready to discuss "everything" at peace talks proposed to be held in Kazakhstan; however, there is no official representation for the opposition yet.