"Philosophy Of Love," a new book by Sara Nazarbaeva, Kazakhstan's first lady, was recently presented at a teacher-training university in the northeastern Kazakh city of Pavlodar.
A Kazakh weekly newspaper is facing calls for its closure over a crossword clue critics say was insulting to the Kazakh nation
It's been 90 years since the Soviet authorities banned polygamy in Central Asia. None of the states in the region has gone so far to legalize it, but with the fall of communism, the tradition of multiple marriages is nonetheless flourishing.
A Kazakh woman who set herself on fire in front of the ruling Nur-Otan party's headquarters in Astana on June 20 has died.
Kazakh officials have confirmed that inmates at a maximum security prison near Almaty staged a protest late last week, but denied that security forces were brought to the penitentiary
A protest that began as a small-scale strike with a few hundred oil workers has awoken the country's long dormant labor movement, and is growing into the greatest organized challenge the Kazakh government has faced in 10 years.
If you want to promote your blog, don't rule out stripping on camera. That's exactly what prominent Kazakh journalist Gulzhan Ergalieva has done.
China and Kazakhstan have signed a strategic partnership agreement and vowed to double their trade in the next four years.
Several visiting activists who went to support striking oil workers in western Kazakhstan have been threatened with arrest if they don't leave the area.
Two inmates at the notorious Dolinka prison in central Kazakhstan threatened to self-immolate themselves after allegedly being beaten by prison guards.
Chinese President Hu Jintao has held talks in Astana with President Nursultan Nazarbaev at the start of a tour of former Soviet republics.
Kazakhstan's central bank chief, Grigory Marchenko, says he has dropped his bid to be the next chief of the International Monetary Fund.