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· January, 2009

Stories about Kazakhstan from January, 2009

Kazakhstan: Livejournal Unblocked. And Blocked Again

On Junuary 28, the Kazakhstani Internet users were suddenly granted access to LiveJournal – the most popular blog platform in the post-Soviet Russian-speaking blogosphere. It was blocked by the national...

Kazakhstan: State-run web-sites tested by the public

Kazakhstan: Innovations, Kazakh-Style

Kazakhstan: Journalist Arrested for Alleged State Secret Disclosure

Ramazan Yessergepov, chief editor of the “Alma-Ata Info” newspaper, was arrested early January this year by the National Security Committee officers from the provincial branch office of the country's main...

Kazakhstan: Students Expelled from Universities

Kazakhstan: Disability Rights Group Urges Legalization of Prostitution

Kazakhstan: National Issue Revisited

Kazakhstan: World MBA Tour Comes to Almaty

Kazakhstan: Prime-Minister Launched Blog

On January 9 the Press Office of the Government informed that Karim Massimov, the Prime-Minister of Kazakhstan, started his private, yet official blog. Last December the Prime –Minister visited Russian...

Kazakhstan: Quantum of Kompromat

Kazakhstan: Bid for WTO backed by India?

Kazakhstan: Khan Shatyr Project

Kazakhstan: Importing Tennis Hottie

Kazakhstan: Prime-minister, blogger

Kazakhstan: Tourism Industry Problems

Kazakhstan: Kazakh Student Killed in Moscow

Kazakhstan: LiveJournal Still Blocked

LiveJournal is still blocked in Kazakhstan – the national telecom operator started filtering it on October 7, although it never acknowledged this fact. Skullptor is sarcastic [ru]: I think it’s...

Kazakhstan: Little Progress in Science Policy

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