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Rob Nokes, Supervising Sound Editor for the film NOMAD and Sound Effects Recordist for major motion pictures, records the sounds of horses, people etc. in Kazakhstan. www.Sounddogs**** (c) Sounddogs****, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
25 Apr 2008
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20 May 2008
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13 Apr 2008
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*******www.globalchange**** Kazakhstan economic outlook, investment opportunities, mining, coal, mineral extraction, oil and gas industry, social, political, demographic trends - by Dr Patrick Dixon, author Futurewise - recent keynote speaker at Karagunda conference for global investors.
25 Apr 2008
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11 Oct 2008
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*******footballsoccergoals.blogspot****/2008/10/world-cup-2010-qualifiers-england-v.html England thrashed Kazakhstan with the score of 5-1. Goals were scored by Ferdinand, Kuchma, Rooney and Defoe
9 Feb 2009
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also available: Germany vs Russia (2 - 1) World Cup Qual. 11.10.2008 Romania vs France (2 - 2) World Cup Qual. 11.10.2008England vs Kazakhstan (5 - 1) World Cup Qual.Holland vs Iceland (2 - 0) World Cup Qual. 11.10.2008Poland vs Czech Republic
12 Sep 2009
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Top of mountain Sinjuha Kazakhstan Borovoe 2008
19 Feb 2009
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Top of mountain Sinjuha Kazakhstan Borovoe 2008 part2
5 Sep 2009
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The fighter of the Kazakhstan army dances before a release
25 May 2009
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England keep up 100% start Capello's men on course for South Africa after comfortable win. England kept their march towards the 2010 World Cup on track with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Kazakhstan on Saturday. Goals from Gareth Barry, Emile Heskey, Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard saw the Three Lions take maximum points from a tricky away contest and secure a sixth consecutive victory in qualification Group 6. A draining trip to Eastern Europe inevitably had the England players struggling with jet-lag as they took to the field, and they appeared to still be half asleep as they narrowly avoided an early scare inside the opening 60 seconds. A bundled cross from the left, after Glen Johnson had been beaten far too easily, had John Terry and co worried for a moment, but Sergey Ostapenko failed to get a telling touch from six yards and the Three Lions skipper was able to hack clear. The uneven surface was doing Fabio Capello's side no favours, with Theo Walcott and Lampard looking anything but Premier League superstars as they squandered crossing and shooting opportunities respectively. West Ham centre-half Matthew Upson, the man charged with filling Rio Ferdinand's boots, glanced a header narrowly wide after 10 minutes, before Barry picked up a caution for a sloppy challenge and ruled himself out of Wednesday's clash with Andorra. Then, on 17 minutes, Kazakhstan thought they had forced a breakthrough when Ostapenko snuck in at the back post and nodded home a pinpoint delivery from the impressive Zhambyi Kukeyev. However, as he celebrated in front of his delirious public, the assistant's flag was raised and the effort was chalked off - much to the relief of Robert Green, who had been found wanting on his first real test. Surface England slowly began to establish more of a foothold on the game, and started to get to grips with the playing surface, as the half-hour mark approached and Heskey saw a low drive tipped onto the post by Alexandr Mokin. Terry then saw a towering header, from a Lampard corner, easily kept out before Barry opened the scoring five minutes before the interval. Steven Gerrard collected a short corner on the left and his floated cross to the back post found the Manchester City new-boy unmarked and left with the simple task of nodding back across goal and into the bottom corner. As the first half came to a close, Capello's team talk then became decidedly easier as a Gerrard lob could only be palmed away by a back-peddling Mokin and Heskey was on hand to poke home the rebound. England barely deserved such a commanding lead, but they had improved markedly after a shaky start. That progress continued after the break, with the visitors looking livelier upon the resumption of action. A few promising free-kick situations were wasted, much to Capello's annoyance after seeing the Kazakhs struggle to deal with set-pieces at Wembley in October, but the overall tempo had England looking more like a side ranked inside Fifa's top 10. Tired The hosts, who had seen their fitness levels called into question by their own coach prior to the game, began to tire as the game wore on, with a wild 35-yard effort from Sergey Skorykh epitomising the air of desperation which had begun to infiltrate Bernd Storck's side. While comfortable, England were still far from their fluent best and they initially failed to put their wilting opponents to the sword in the unforgiving fashion expected by those who had made the arduous journey to witness the occasion from the rickety stands of the Ortalyk Tsentralnyi Stadium. Set-pieces continued to be squandered, while Kukeyev almost showed how it should be done at the opposite end as he lifted a swinging free-kick inches over the top. Rooney, quiet by his standards for much of the night, attempted to get his name on the scoresheet with a delicate lob on 71 minutes, but saw that effort fail to trouble the Kazakh keeper. The Manchester United man was not to be denied, though, and three minutes later he found the target with a spectacular scissor-kick after Moki had superbly beaten away his first effort. The biggest cheer of the night was reserved for the arrival of David Beckham with 15 minutes remaining, with the former captain entering proceedings to earn his 111th cap. The scoreline then started to take on the lop-sided appearance expected prior to kick-off when Lampard hammered home from the penalty spot on 78 minutes, after Heskey had been hauled to the ground by Renat Abdulin. The final 10 minutes failed to produce many moments to catch the eye, bar a speculative effort from Kukeyev which flashed wide, but England had already done more than enough by then and their jubilant supporters headed off on the long journey home in buoyant mood.
7 Jun 2009
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Miss Kazakhstan 2008 in national costume
19 Jul 2009
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Miss Kazakhstan 2008 Alfina Nassyrova - Evening Gown
17 Jul 2009
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Nazarbayev has been at the helm of the country for two decades - he took the reins of Soviet Kazakhstan in 1989, standing unopposed in an election to become president at independence two years later. He was re-elected in rigged elections in 1999 and 2005, and was due to stand down at the next election in 2012. However, he is now eligible to stand in that poll: term limits were abolished for him personally in a controversial constitutional amendment in 2007
28 Nov 2009
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Directed by Michael Apted. With Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau, Robert Carlyle. James Bond uncovers a nuclear plot when he protects an oil heiress from her After fending off the hit squad, Bond visits a casino owned by his acquaintance, Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane), to acquire information about Elektra's attackers; he discovers that Elektra's head of security, Davidov (Ulrich Thomsen), is secretly in league with Renard. After spending a night with Elektra, then stowing away in Davidov's car to a nearby airstrip, Bond kills him and boards a plane bound for a Russian ICBM base in Kazakhstan. There, Bond poses as Russian nuclear scientist Mikhail Arkov (Jeff Nuttall) to enter the silo and find out why Renard's men are there. He is tailed closely by Dr. Christmas Jones (Denise Richards), an American nuclear physicist who is suspicious of his identity. Inside the silo, Bond watches as Renard removes the GPS locator card and a half quantity of weapons-grade plutonium from a bomb. Before Bond can kill him, Christmas blows his cover and Renard steals the bomb and flees, leaving everyone to die in the booby-trapped missile silo. Bond escapes the exploding silo with Christmas in tow, but not before retrieving the locator card.
1 Dec 2010
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Sorry for my English, I am from Kazakhstan, I write using a dictionary! Kazakhs do not speak English! sings by ear!
17 Feb 2011
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