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- noun A native or inhabitant of
- adjective Of or pertaining to
Kazakhstan, its people and culture
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- noun a native or inhabitant of Kazakhstan
- adjective of or pertaining to Kazakhstan or to the Kazakhs or their culture
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The supply of gas and hot water has been suspended, ATMs were not working, later most Kazakhstani websites and radio stations were switched off.
A lot of posts in Kazakh language tried to analyze the influence of the draft law on the future of Kazakhstani segment of the Internet.
The [popular Kazakhstani forum] Center of Gravity now prevents users from typing the word “Aliev,” automatically replacing it with ellipses.
Two popular Kazakhstani bloggers - dass and megakhuimyak – are discussing the problems of education these days.
The process of creation а start-up projects and interesting web-ideas has already started last year naturally, as a consequence of lowered cost of Internet access and higher speed on the intra-Kazakhstani traffic.
Yesterday the Kazakhstani court sanctioned the arrest of Nurman Bayanov, the Deputy Chairman of the Statistics Agency on charges of misappropriation of the funds, assigned to the national census [ru]:
“They gave us a tiny pittance after all,” comments megakhuimyak [ru]. mnatali33 cites a declaration written by the opposition regarding the trial of Kazakhstani human rights activist Yevgenii Zhovtis, who was sentenced to 4 years in prison.
At the Beijing Olympics, one of his group, Kazakhstani weightlifter Ilya Ilin, won gold.
Megakhuimyak thinks that the main problem of Kazakhstani literature and arts is their irrelevance and lack of topicality [ru]:
“As I thought, this year will prove to be a breakthrough for the Kazakhstani Internet”, says izhanov [ru].