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Synonyms for Akmola

remote city of Kazakhstan that (ostensibly for security reasons) was made the capital in 1998

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Responsible executives: Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Oil and Gas, Kyzylorda, Karaganda, Akmola regions and KazTransGas.
The site of an ancient settlement known as Bozok, it later became Akmola during the period of the Kazakh khanate.
In March 2014, there was an order that required oralmans to settle in "Akmola, Atyrau, West-Kazakhstan, Kostanay, Pavlodar, North-Kazakhstan, and East-Kazakhstan provinces;" all but Atyrau and Akmola border Russia and the required areas have high ethnic Russian populations (Pannier and Karabek 2014, par.
The next thing, three men had forcibly carried her, along a special bridal carpet, into the house of the man who wants to marry her in Kazakhstan's central Akmola region.
Shortly after gaining independence, President Nursultan Nazarbayev made the decision to move the country's capital from Almaty, in the southwest, to Astana, a city previously named Akmola.
According to September 15, 1995 presidential Decree on the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan a State Commission was formed to organize the transfer of the highest and central authorities to the city Akmola (Astana).
With the participation of renowned architects from around the world Kisho Kurokawa and Norman Foster from the moment of transfer of the Kazakhstan capital in 1997, the area of the former Akmola (formerly known as Astana) has increased almost three times, from 258 to 710.
In September 2011, Hambledon said it had agreed to take over sector player Akmola Gold LLP in a bid to gain access to the Tellur and Stepok gold projects in central Kazakhstan.
In studying the effect of cultivation on the microflora of dark chestnut soils in Akmola region, it was found that cultivation significantly increases the number of ammonifying bacteria.
In a 2008 study when she was at Harvard, she and co-researcher Module Akmola found a correlation that had both biological and sociological underpinnings.
Hambledon's growth thwarted by tail damn repair; Akmola Gold acquisition on hold (page 3).
Astana is the last name of a town (Akmolinsk, Tselinograd, Akmola, Astana) that has been developed since the 1830's, but that has been a village for more than 120 years: indeed the village became a town in the fifties, when Nikita Khrushchev, the leader of the Soviet Union at the time, decided to transform it into the Virgin Lands' capital.
In 1994, President Nazarbayev signed a Presidential Decree on moving the capital from Almaty to Akmola (now known as Astana).
Akmola was founded in 1830 as a Cossack fortification.
Which country transferred its capital from Alma-Ata to Akmola, later renamed Astana, in 1997?