21 May, Tuesday | 23:41
Posted 01-04-2013The Czechs’ “devastating surprise”
The Armenian national football team wasn’t expecting to go against such a team from the Czech Republic, but it’s hard to guess what the team’s expectations were.
Posted 25-03-2013When and why Armenian youth start getting involved in politics?
Based on the National Youth Report of Armenia, 53.1% of Armenian youth are interested in the country’s domestic affairs.
Posted 10-03-2013Can a ealthy lifestyle and extreme excursions replace the “culture of eating barbecue”?
Recently everyone in Armenia says the youth are passive and the Internet is the only thing on their minds.
Posted 03-12-2012Why is youth life developing slowly in Artsakh?
“Stepanakertization”-this is how the youth of Artsakh describe one of their problems.
Posted 21-05-2012Armenians would breakdance at the “Kukuruznik”?
Breakdancing, which is internationally popular and used to be considered the “monopoly” of the blacks, is now in demand among Armenian youth as well.
Posted 30-03-2012Why Armenian youth avoid getting married
“If you hit the girl with a hat and she doesn’t fall, then she is ready for marriage.”
Posted 17-11-2011Youth team was in complicated situation
The matches with the teams from the Czech Republic and Wales showed that there is a need for changes.
Posted 19-10-2011With the hope of new victories
Armenian football has been reborn.
Posted 16-06-2010“Satan’s dance party” or glamour in Yerevan
You don’t have to be golden to shine.
Posted 29-04-2010The city listens
“The city listens to jazz”-it is interesting to see whom this sign that stretches along the apartment building is trying to convince?
First Armenian Transplant Games
Holland continues to amaze the world