Articles tagged under: Kazakhstan

A radio-tagged Common Crane bird’s journey from Gujarat to Northern Kazakhstan and back tracked

October 13, 2020
A radio-tagged Common Crane bird’s journey from Gujarat to Northern Kazakhstan and back tracked

Gandhinagar: The Wildlife Institute of India (WII), Dehradun has tracked the journey of a female common crane bird from Gujarat to its breeding site in Northern Kazakhstan and back to Gujarat where it returned. This migratory bird named Vadla was tagged with a transmitter in March this year by WII scientists. The project is funded by the Power Grid Corporation of India Limited. Prakash Javadekar, Union minister for environment, forest and climate change (MoEFCC) took to social media on Tuesd...Read More

Kazakhstan opens its consulate office at Gandhinagar in Gujarat

December 10, 2018

Gandhinagar:Kazakhstan opens its consulate at Gandhinagar in Gujarat.Read More

Gujarat to have Consul office of Kazakhstan; inauguration on Monday

December 09, 2018
Gujarat to have Consul office of Kazakhstan; inauguration on Monday

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will on Monday, December 10th inaugurate the consul office of Republic of Kazakhstan in capital Gandhinagar. The new consul office is located at plot number 352 in Sector 8B. Dilip Chunilal Chandan has been appointed Consul in this new office. DeshGujaratRead More

India, Kazakhstan sign five key agreements to bolster ties

July 08, 2015

Astana India and Kazakhstan today inked five key agreements including a defence pact to enhance military cooperation and a contract for supply of uranium after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev held comprehensive talks in which they decided to actively engage in the fight against terrorism and extremism. Modi, who held restricted as well as delegation-level talks with Nazarbayev, noted that they also agreed to work closely to expand bilateral trade ...Read More

Islamic heritage of India, Central Asia has rejected extremism: Narendra Modi

July 07, 2015

Astana Prime Minister Narendra Modi today underlined the Islamic heritage of both India and Central Asia defined by the highest ideals and said it has always rejected the forces of extremism. Modi, who flew to Kazakhstan's capital from Uzbekistan earlier in the day, said the confluence of Indian and Islamic civilisations took place in Central Asia and enriched each other not only in spiritual thought but also in medicine, science, mathematics and astronomy. Addressing a gathering at...Read More