OYLA is a youth science magazine. OYLA in Kazakh means “Think". Oyla helps students to know History, understand Mathematics and Physics, conduct Chemical experiments and love all the diverse forms of life on Earth.
“WEEKENDER” would be distributed on all Saturdays and would be enriched with local news and reports, beauty tips, fashion trends, cookery recipe, health tips, star signs, places to visit etc.
Let us consider a circle and a point that does not belong to it.Connect all points of a circle with.. View More
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The “Doomsday Clock” is a symbolic dial that shows the countdown to a global catastrophe ...View More