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  • Defense Ministry working with 95 universities Yesterday 20:41

    Defense Ministry working with 95 universities

    TEHRAN – Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan said on Saturday that his ministry is collaborating with 95 universities across the country and is planning to expand its cooperation with the Science Ministry.

  • reuters Yesterday 20:39

    UN atomic watchdog confirms Iran’s compliance to nuclear deal

    The UN atomic watchdog issued a report on Friday confirming that Iran is complying with the terms of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the official name for the nuclear deal.

  • zarif Yesterday 20:38

    IRGC has been key in fighting terrorism: Zarif

    TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Saturday that the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has provided the neighboring countries with utmost support in countering terrorist groups.

  • zarif Yesterday 20:37

    Tehran insists regional cooperation needed to fight terrorism

    TEHRAN – Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reiterated Iran’s position on Saturday that cooperation among the countries in the Middle East region is required to fight terrorism.

  • Sharif Yesterday 20:37

    Missile tests fall within province of national council: IRGC official

    TEHRAN – A spokesman with the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps said in comments on Saturday that missile launches are approved by the Supreme National Security Council, reacting to news that the force acts independently.

  • علی اکبر صالحی رئیس سازمان انرژی اتمی Yesterday 20:09

    Iran to import 950 tons of yellow cake, England getting in way

    TEHRAN – Iran has placed a request to a joint commission of the international nuclear deal for yellow cake imports from Kazakhstan, its nuclear chief said on Saturday while lamenting that London is getting in the way.

  • Parliament Yesterday 19:44

    Iran plans to issue $4.5b in bonds for energy projects

    Iran is looking to offer up to $4.5 billion in rial and foreign currency-denominated bonds by March 2018, the oil ministry's news website SHANA reported on Saturday.

  • Non-oil Yesterday 19:21

    Non-oil trade up 1.8%, hits $77 billion

    TEHRAN- The value of Iran’s non-oil trade with other countries during the first eleven months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2016-February 18, 2017) stood at $76.907 billion, with 1.8 percent rise from the same period of time in the previous year, IRIB reported on Saturday citing Iran’s Customs Administration.

  • Hasanat festival Yesterday 18:51

    Hasanat festival to honor Kiumars Purahmad, Amrollah Ahmadju

    TEHRAN – Isfahan-born prominent directors Kiumars Purahmad and Amrollah Ahmadju are scheduled to receive lifetime achievement awards at the 6th National Hasanat Short Film Festival, which will be held in the central Iranian city of Isfahan from March 5 to 8.

  • Wenjack Yesterday 18:45

    “Wenjack” comes to Iranian bookstores

    TEHRAN – Canadian writer Joseph Boyden’s 2016 novel “Wenjack” has recently been published in Persian by Tandis Publications in Tehran.

  • Bahram Beizai Yesterday 18:43

    Theater troupe to perform Noruzkhani at Sangelaj 

    TEHRAN – The Tajrobeh-No Theater Troupe directed by Asghar Khalili will be performing Noruzkhani before staging Bahram Beizai’s 1967 play “Heritage” at Tehran’s Sangelaj Theater beginning tonight.

  • Modern Iranian Painters Yesterday 18:40

    Tehran exhibit hangs landscapes by Iranian modern painters 

    TEHRAN – Landscapes by several eminent modern Iranian painters are currently on display in an exhibition at Tehran’s Mah-e Mehr Gallery.

  • Donald Trump Yesterday 18:36

    Cartoon exhibit on Trump to open today in Tehran 

    TEHRAN – A number of Iranian cartoonists will be hanging their works focusing on U.S President Donald Trump in an exhibition, which opens at Iran’s House of Cartoon today.

  • Ahmad Vahid Omidi Yesterday 18:35

    Afghanistan’s “Fisherman” crowned best at Intl. 100-Second Film Festival

    TEHRAN – Afghan director Ahmad Vahid Omidi’s “The Fisherman” has won the best film award in the international section of the 11th International 100-Second Film Festival in Tehran.

  • خداداد عزیزی Yesterday 18:31

    Khodadad Azizi resigns as Siah Jamegan head coach

    Khodadad Azizi, who took charge of Siah Jamegan as Farhad Kazemi successor in the 10th week of Iran Professional League, resigned from his post after just thirteen weeks.

  • جردن باروز Yesterday 18:29

    Jordan Burroughs: wrestling is an old culture for Iranians

    In response to Donald Trump’s hastily slapped-together executive order last month that blocked entry for citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries, including Iran, the Iranian government barred visa entry for all U.S. citizens. The move had a direct effect on the wrestling World Cup, an international competition that was set to take place in the country, where wrestling is pretty much the national sport.

  • مهدی خالدی Yesterday 18:25

    UWW Hall of Fame Mehdi Khaledi dies

    United World Wrestling (UWW) Hall of Fame Mehdi Khaledi died on Saturday after a long battle with disease.

  • dust storm Yesterday 18:22

    Budget bill proposes $125m to deal with dust storms

    TEHRAN — The national budget bill for the next Iranian calendar year (March 2017-March 2018) has proposed a budget of 5 trillion rials (nearly $125 million) to mitigate the effects of dust storms, MP Abbas Papizadeh said.

  • حسن روحانی Yesterday 17:23

    As elections approach Rouhani frets about bipolarity

    TEHRAN – In the run-up to the election period in May, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned against what he described as a “bipolar election” as it causes headaches for the country.

  • The art of Turkmen horse breeding Yesterday 17:12

    The art of Turkmen horse breeding

    Turkmen horses are one of the most beautiful horse breed of Iran dominantly found in Turkmen Sahra, a region located in northeastern Iran bordering Turkmenistan. The Turkmen horse was originally an oriental horse breed from the steppes of Central Asia which is now extinct. Some horses bred in Iran and Turkmenistan today are still referred to as Turkmen, and have similar characteristics. The Turkmen horse is noted for its endurance, bravery and smartness. It has a slender body and the breed is actually one of the toughest in the world. They have a reputation for speed, endurance, intelligence, and a distinctive metallic sheen. Many theories have been formulated to explain why hair of the Turkmen horse and its descendants shines, but none explain why the this breed in particular benefitted from this genetic difference and why other horses would not. Although Turkmen horse breeding is a very popular among the Turkmen people the officials won’t take it very serious. Here are some photos depicting Turkmen horse breeding in Raz and Jargalan, North Khorasan province. Tehran Times/ Mohsen Rezaee

  • Ilyushin Yesterday 14:21

    Russia Eyeing to Produce Ilyushin Passenger Planes in Iran

    TEHRAN - Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak underlined that his country is willing to produce its light passenger planes in Iran.

  • Syrian army Yesterday 14:16

    Syrian Army Continues March on ISIL near Deir Hafer

    TEHRAN - The Syrian army troops continued to beat back ISIL from more territories in Eastern Aleppo, taking full control over three more towns North and Northeast of the terrorist-held town of Deir Hafer.

  • Samanoo festival celebrated in northeastern Iran Yesterday 14:13

    Samanoo festival celebrated in northeastern Iran

    Samanoo festival, a joyous occasion where people cook Samanoo - a traditional Iranian sweet paste made entirely from mashed germinated wheat - was celebrated in Daraq, North Khorasan Province, on Thursday. Some 60 participants took part in the cooking festival. Irna/ Vahdi khademi MQ/MG

  • Syria Yesterday 11:50

    Syria peace talks end in Geneva following Astana progress

    The UN-brokered peace talks between the Syrian government and opposition forces resumed in Geneva on Thursday February 23, following a 10-month break caused by the escalation of violence in the country. 

  • zarif Yesterday 09:29

    Zarif urges regional co-op on environment

    TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called for collective efforts on Friday to be made by all neighboring countries to tackle environmental challenges. 

  • reza najafi Yesterday 09:11

    Iran’s IAEA envoy appointed as G77 chairman  

    TEHRAN – Reza Najafi, Iran’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, has been appointed by consensus as the chairman of Group-77 for a one-year term, ILNA reported.

  • presidential election Yesterday 09:11

    More politicians say won’t run for president

    TEHRAN – On Friday, the Razavi Shrine Guardian said he won’t be running for the post of president in the May elections.

  • 02br1 tabnak movahedi70.jpg Yesterday 09:10

    Palestinian issue Iran’s top priority: cleric

    TEHRAN – Tehran’s interim Friday prayer leader has reiterated Tehran’s unwavering policy in backing the Palestinian people against the Zionist regime of Israel, saying the issue of Palestine is the Islamic Republic’s first priority.

  • railway Yesterday 09:07

    Exports via railway jump 55% in 11 months

    TEHRAN- Exports of goods via railway increased 55% in Iran during the first 11 months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2016-Februray 18, 2017), compared to the same period of time in the previous year, IRNA quoted a railway official, Hossein Ashouri.