Human factor is key to achieving success
May 23, 2019
Christoph Speck, General Manager of Coca-Cola Hellenic Armenia, has recently revealed the peculiarities of the company’s 23-year activity in the country, weighing in on their current projects and the role they play, as well as programs the company has implemented and the policies practiced there.
How to battle postnatal depression
July 24, 2017
To know whether postnatal depression is a psychological or mental disorder, to understand its causes and study the possibilities to find the way out, PanARMENIAN.Net talked to the head of Stress mental health center, professor Samvel Sukiasyan.
Calling a child an idiot will make him such
June 21, 2017
Pedagogic weakness and how it affects relations with the students, controversies in bringing up theories, creativity, freedom and adaptation to the society, truth and lies, as well as uselessness of shouting at the child – all this has become a topic of conversation with psychoanalyst, member of the Yerevan subsidiary of the New Lacanian School, head of the social and psychological service at Quantum college Elena Barteneva.
Transition to solar energy to cost each family around $1500
June 14, 2017
How does the Armenian energy industry develop? Will the Nuclear Power Plant be closed? How much will it cost to provide an apartment with solar energy? To get answers to these and some other questions, PanARMENIAN.Net talked to Hayk Harutyunyan, the Deputy Minister of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources.
Surrogate mother gives ‘temporary shelter’ to child
January 30, 2017
Surrogacy is an extra reproductive technology, whereby a woman agrees to carry a pregnancy for another person or persons, who will become the newborn child's parent(s) after birth. The issue that still arouses a lot of controversies and debates has become the topic of conversation with psychoanalyst, member of the Yerevan subsidiary of the New Lacanian School, head of the social and psychological service at Quantum college Elena Barteneva.
Marie Lou Papazian:
Startups, their creators among Tumo's biggest achievements
September 4, 2015
A new Tumo branch with a capacity of 500-1000 students opened in Artsakh, with every student to attend four Tumo classes: animation, filmmaking, web design and game development basics. Also, over 1000 students have registered to attend classes in a newly-opened Tumo branch in Gyumri. PanARMENIAN.Net conversed to Marie Lou Papazian, CEO of the Simonian Educational Foundation and Managing Director of the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies.
Compassion only difference between human beings and animals
May 29, 2015
In the framework of events commemorating the Armenian Genocide centennial, Danish photojournalist Jan Grarup visited Armenia and opened the global forum “Against the Crime of Genocide” in Yerevan. The exhibitions held during the forum included photos by Grarup, taken during the Rwandan genocide, the Gulf War, the Siege of Sarajevo. Grarup has received much acclaim for his work, as well as the 1st prize of World Press Photo for his picture of Kosovo war. PanARMENIAN.Net talked with Grarup about his dangerous profession and the documentation of genocide.
A real philanthropist seeks no excuse
November 19, 2012
On November 16, the Special Events Auditorium of Cafesjian Center for the Arts hosted the third annual donation event of the Children of Armenia Fund (COAF). In an interview with a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter, COAF founder Garo Armen shared his thoughts on the goals and prospects of the Fund.
Armenia remains largely unknown for foreign tourists
March 14, 2011
Tourism has been a priority for the Armenian government over the recent several years. However, this is a field which needs constant attention and innovative approaches. One of the goals of the National Competitiveness Foundation of Armenia (NCFA) established though cooperation between the Armenian government and entrepreneurs from the United States, Russia, EU countries and Middle East is to secure competitiveness in healthcare, education, tourism and other fields. NCFA executive director Pegor Papazian commented on the problems and tasks in tourism as well as ways of its development in an interview with PanARMENIAN.Net.
Manipulation of public conscience is not a trepanation of the skull
October 26, 2010
Member of the Russian Advertising Academy, Vice President of the Russian branch of the International Advertising Association, mastermind of advertising campaigns for Merсedes-Benz, Bosh, Sun Microsystems, IBS, Philip Morris, Optima, Electrolux and many others, Igor Ganzha, believes that advertisement is not art but a technology. Although his unpublished book titled “CreaCtiv” is cited by ad specialists, Ganzha doesn’t think of himself as a guru of advertisement. As a part of POPOK International Advertising Festival, Igor Ganzha will give a master class in Yerevan on October 30.
James Appathurai: NATO has not changed position on Karabakh and supports OSCE MG efforts
What requirements do customers using financial products have?: IDBank has the answers
Armenian bodybuilding vice champion Levon Hovhannisyan: Professional sports has nothing to do with healthy living
Joe Abercrombie: Heroism and villainy are often matters of where one stands
Dmitry Beresnev: All of cyber attack victims in Armenia use pirate software
Exclusive novelties, best bands, Armenian culture: Armenia Wine to join Yerevan Wine Days The beloved Yerevan festival will take place this year on June 2, 3 and 4, on Saryan Street.
Armenia, U.S. team up to fight illegal drug trafficking in region Armenia and the United States will cooperate in the the fight against illegal drug trafficking in the region.
Czech Embassy in Armenia suspends registration for Schengen visa applicants The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Armenia has temporarily suspended admittance of Schengen visa applicants “due to organizational and technical reasons”.