Arthur Abraham suffers defeat, doesn’t know what to do

Review of May 12-19 sports events.

May 21, 2011
Boxing:Arthur Abraham (32-3, 26 KOs) saw his dreams go up in smoke when he was dominated over twelve rounds by WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward (24-0, 13 KOs). With respect to his future, Abraham is still not sure on what he plans to do.
Armenia and world:

Armenian Genocide shouldn’t be recognized out of mere timeserving considerations

The growing anti-Israel rhetoric in Turkey on the threshold of parliamentary elections can in no way improve or worsen the already established relations.

May 20, 2011
The Israeli Knesset once again tabled the issue of the Armenian Genocide recognition. On May 18, at a plenary session, the Knesset brought to a vote the question of passing the Genocide recognition issue to the Committee of Education, Culture and Sports headed by Alex Miller (NDI). The initiative was unilaterally approved, with 20 people voting in favor. Initiator of the ballot was native of Lithuania, Zahava Galon (Meretz), who picked up the “Armenian baton” from the retired fellow party member Haim Oron.

Historical artifacts “relocate” to oligarchs' country cottages

Constructions in the modern Yerevan are covering the historical layers of the old Yerevan.

May 17, 2011
Historical artifacts “relocate” to oligarchs' country cottages
Two ancient millstones used for oil production disappeared immediately after they were found in a construction site in Yerevan.

Armenia discusses report on 2010 budget

Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan believes that 2010 was the year of sustainable recovery for Armenia.

May 14, 2011
Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan believes that 2010 was the year of sustainable recovery for Armenia, with the government continuing the anti-crisis program which already started yielding results.

Last warning from Levon Ter-Petrossian

The leader of the Armenian National Congress faces a serious dilemma: either to escalate the conflict with the authorities or get satisfied with fulfillment of some of his demands.

April 26, 2011
The recent rallies of the Armenian National Congress (ANC) aroused a large number of questions. Abrupt change of the ANC strategy and its leader’s statements about the necessity of a dialogue with the authorities caused hot debates among politicians, experts and ordinary people, the main question being whether Levon Ter-Petrossian clinched a deal with the authorities or his conduct is just a tactical move.
IT & Telecom:

Employers and job seekers: how to find each other

Arpine Grigoryan։ each job seeker should understand why to apply for this “x” job in this “x” company but not for “y” job in “y” company.

April 26, 2011
The number of Armenian websites which post job announcements is growing each year. But are they flexible and useful for both employer and employee? PanARMENIAN.Net reporter tried to find the answer to this question.

Almost all museums in Yerevan lack funds and attention

Local residents almost ceased going to museums, with exception for schoolchildren and students.

March 3, 2011
Almost all museums in Yerevan lack funds and attention
There are over 30 museums in Yerevan, most of them being under guardianship of the Armenian Ministry of Culture and National Academy of Sciences and almost all of them lacking funds and attention. Low salaries force employees quit.