Issue #1696 (7), Wednesday, February 22, 2012 | Archive
 
 
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LOCAL NEWS

THOUSANDS RALLY TO SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR PUTIN

Thousands in St. Petersburg came to show their support for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in his bid to return to the presidency Saturday. The rally was held as part of a national campaign of pro-Putin rallies the same day.

The rallies, or meetings dubbed derisively as Putings held in most major Russian cities, with the notable exclusion of Moscow, were seen as a move to counter large-scale anti-Putin rallies that have been held across Russia since violations and falsifications during the Dec. 4 State Duma elections were revealed.

Called We Dont Need Great Turmoil, We Need a Great Russia, the St. Petersburg rally drew between 10,000 and 15,000, although an on-stage presenter announced the number to be 60,000.

 

ICE, ICE BABY

ALEXANDER BELENKY / SPT
People walk on churned-up ice on the frozen River Neva. Temperatures are set to keep rising this week as the city prepares for Maslenitsa (Shrovetide) festivities this weekend. The celebration, which marks the beginning of both spring and Lent, will be marked with outdoor pancake parties on Sunday.

FSB INVESTIGATES ST. PETERSBURGS EX-CHIEF OF POLICE

The Federal Security Service (FSB) has been investigating the activities of St. Petersburgs former police chief, Mikhail Sukhodolsky, who was recently dismissed from his position.

Sukhodolsky is suspected of violations and financial manipulation in the state security company Okhrana, where he previously held a management position, Fontanka.ru news web site reported, citing the daily paper Izvestiya.

LADA CARS LOSE FIRST RANKING

Russias most popular car brand Lada lost its traditional lead in sales in St. Petersburg last year. Nissan instead became the most bought car, Delovoi Peterburg daily reported, citing Avtostat agency.

The difference in sales between the two brands was not large: In 2011, 10,252 Nissans were registered in the city, while the number of Ladas was 9,584.

In Moscow, Lada lost its first-place position several years ago. In Russia as a whole, however, Lada still remains the most sold car, while Nissan is overall ranked sixth.

The second most popular make of car in Russia, Chevrolet, came in eighth in St. Petersburg sales. Hyundai, which placed third in Russia for 2011, came in sixth in the city.

 

ZAITSEV CELEBRATES 50 YEARS IN FASHION

The legendary designer and patriarch of Russian fashion Vyacheslav Zaitsev is celebrating half a century in the industry with an exhibition at Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art.

OPPOSITION GROUPS URGED TO COOPERATE

Director Alexander Sokurov, authors Boris Strugatsky and Yakov Gordin and composer Leonid Desyatnikov are among those who signed a public appeal to the St. Petersburg opposition Tuesday. It urges people to stop quarreling and unite in protest against the rigged Dec.

 

IN BRIEF

Foreign Investment Up

ST. PETERSBURG (SPT) Foreign investment in St. Petersburgs economy increased by 17 percent in 2011 compared to 2010, totaling $6.


All photos from issue.

 

NATIONAL NEWS

PM PUTIN WRITES MILITARY MANIFESTO

MOSCOW Equating corruption inthe armed forces with high treason, attracting private investors toarms manufacturing andproviding better benefits toretired soldiers are some ofthe concepts Prime Minister andpresidential candidate Vladimir Putin expounded onin his latest article, dedicated tomilitary reform.

 

OPPOSITION, MEDVEDEV SHARE FORUM

MOSCOW President Dmitry Medvedev won tentative praise fromopposition leaders Monday after meeting with them andconfirming aproposal tocreate aworking group todiscuss political reforms.

Latvia Rejects Russian as National Language

RIGA, Latvia Latvian voters rejected a proposal to give official status to Russian, the mother tongue of their former Soviet occupiers, though the referendum Saturday is expected to leave scars on an already divided society.

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Russian is the first language for about one-third of the Baltic countrys 2.




 

BUSINESS

START-UPS APPEAL TO 89 PERCENT OF MANAGERS

Starting up a company with a new idea that may seem crazy is becoming more and more attractive in the modern world. Wikipedia, Facebook and YouTube are all high-profile examples of projects that began with a unique idea and became amazingly successful and internationally renowned, now providing thousands of employees with a stable workplace and salary. In Russia and the CIS, 89 percent of middle-ranking and senior managers are prepared to accept a job offer from a start-up company, according to research carried out by Antal Russia recruitment agency.

On Saturday, St. Petersburg got its own start-up academy to help nurture fledgling entrepreneurs, with the opening of the SumIT school.

 

CITY JOB MARKET OVERSATURATED

Job vacancies in journalism are the most sought-after and competitive in St. Petersburg, with 132 jobseekers for each vacancy in this field, according to data collated by HeadHunter recruitment portal in November last year.

TOP-END HOTELS CONTINUE TO DOMINATE

Intense competition on the citys hotel real estate market promises to bring about improvement in quality levels this year. Experts from Knight Frank St. Petersburg, however, predict that profit indexes will not increase much.

As of the beginning of this year, there were 121 hotels operating in the city (this figure does not include mini-hotels, government-sponsored hotels and those located in the suburbs) containing a total of 18,200 rooms, according to Colliers International data.

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IHG TO JOIN LOCAL OPERATORS

InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) signed a contract last week to open its first hotel in St. Petersburg in 2016 with constructions starting in 2013.

Aron Libinson, vice president of IHG for development in Russia and the CIS, said IHG was interested in the St.

Philip Morris Names Threats to Cigarette Market

Philip Morris International Tobacco Company is more concerned about the influence on tobacco sales of Russias recent acceptance into the WTO than it is about the warning labels the company is required to put on its cigarette packs and about anti-tobacco campaigns.

Philip Morris Izhora, one of the companys two full cigarette production plants in Russia, decreased production by 2 percent last year to 70 billion cigarettes per year while still managing to increase its share of the market by 0.


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OPINION

ROGOZINS THREE-RING CIRCUS

After Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, which political figure would you guess state-controlled television andKremlin-friendly newspapers have been covering themost over thepast month? Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin is thehands-down winner.

Imitating his boss, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, Rogozin has been making awhirlwind tour ofthe regions fromIzhevsk toTula, fromNovosibirsk toSeverodvinsk tolearn more about thecondition ofthe defense industry that he has been appointed tooversee.

 

REGIONAL DIMENSIONS: THE DEVIL IN THE ELECTION BILL DETAILS

TheKremlin often implements policies that it never makes public, andthis is thereason many ofits actions seem pointless or absurd.

Take, forexample, abill onthe State Duma elections unveiled last week that has already become thebutt ofmany jokes among analysts.


 

CULTURE

SUBWAY STOP

The Subways, an English indie rock trio from Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, are coming to Russia for the first time on the back of their new album and a new single.

Guitarist and singer Billy Lunn spoke to The St. Petersburg Times about the financial crisis, ABBA and the future of rock and roll.

You havent played in Russia before, have you?

No, this will be our first ever visit to Russia, and I personally have been looking forward to not just playing in Russia, but also visiting Russia for the first time.

 

NATASHA RAZINA
THE MARIINSKY VENTURES INTO NEW TERRITORY WITH ITS FIRST MUSICAL A NEW STAGING OF MY FAIR LADY.

SHOWCASING HOMEGROWN MUSICIANS

This winters Glavbeat festival, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 25 at Glavclub, features exclusively local bands, in contrast to previous years.

The current festival introduces bands from St. Petersburg only, said Vadim Melnikov, Glavclubs press attaché and promoter. The organizers insist that, although the festivals agenda was always subject to change, the main idea showcasing new talented Russian bands has remained the same.

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Just how far can purity of language and good manners get you in life? This question is sure to be laughed at in modern Russia, where university degrees have long become a matter of a bribe, and top-flight politicians score points with voters by speaking in street slang.

 

TALK OF THE TOWN

Le Cristal restaurant, which occupies an enviable location on the Martynov embankment next to the yacht club on Krestovsky Island, has something to be proud of this week.

THE WORDS WORTH: IN THE HOT SEAT

/: toseat, plant, imprison, put

InEnglish, I dont have much occasion touse theverb to seat. Infact, I think thelast time I used it was ayear or so ago: Even though we made areservation, themaitre d didnt seat us right away.

Onthe other hand, inRussian I seat things all thetime. That is, I use theverb pair / almost every day.

First ofall, you use / when you are putting someone ina sitting position. , . (He seated me onthe couch andbegan totell me what happened.) Or: .

 

SUICIDE PACT

In the wake of a high-profile spree of teen suicides across Russia, now might seem like the worst time to release a teen movie titled The Suicides. Despite its gloomy title, however, the debut work of filmmaker Yegor Baranov is a life-affirming comedy, with plenty of action scenes and black humor.

FUNKY FESTIVAL

With spring just around the corner, the city is slowly emerging from its long hibernation. The vibrant strains of jazz could help to speed up this process, as the traditional Usadba Jazz festival has grown to present a new winter festival: Usadba Jazz Zima.

Usadba Jazz started as an attempt to take jazz music out of basements and into the fresh air, Maria Syomushkina, the festivals founder and director, told The St.

 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: MTV PLUGGED

Last week, MTV Russia announced that it was pulling apolitical talk show hosted byIt girl andmedia personality Ksenia Sobchak after just one episode.

THE DISH: Raponji

The real deal

Going out for sushi in St. Petersburg is all too often a guarantee for overpriced morsels of stale fish, loud music, tacky interiors, and a stomachache that lasts well into the next day. Subpar sushi chains dominate the scene, catering to Russias seemingly unwavering love for the Japanese delicacy.


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FEATURES

A SPECTATORS GUIDE TO THE MARCH 4 ELECTION

While thepublic outcry has resulted inan openness foropposition voices not seen inyears anda genuine feeling that change is inthe air, thenames onthe ballot forthe March 4 presidential vote andthe expected outcome will not likely come as asurprise.

As Vladimir Putin seeks toreturn tothe presidency forthe third time, he faces four officially sanctioned candidates. Three others tried torun but failed toget onthe ballot.

 

BROADEN YOUR MIND WITHOUT SPENDING A PENNY

While it may seem that the consumer era continues to dictate life by its materialistic rules, an opposing tendency can be observed in at least one sphere: Education.



 

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Director Alexander Sokurov, authors Boris Strugatsky and Yakov Gordin and composer Leonid Desyatnikov are among those who signed a public appeal to the St. Petersburg opposition Tuesday. It urges people to stop quarreling and unite in protest against the rigged Dec. 4 Duma elections and continuing violations during the presidential election campaign in favor of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.Opposition Groups Urged to Cooperate