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  • charity exhibition Yesterday 19:05

    Painting exhibit to raise funds for children with cancer

    TEHRAN – A charity exhibition of paintings by 64 children will open online in Tehran to raise funds for children suffering from cancer.

  • Ali Nasirian Yesterday 19:03

    Yari festival to open with actor Ali Nasirian’s message 

    TEHRAN – The 20th edition of the Yari Iranian Film Festival in the Swedish capital of Stockholm will be inaugurated Sunday with the opening message of stage and screen actor Ali Nasirian.

  • A combination photo show scenes of four films from the Owj Arts and Media Organization competing in the 39th Fajr Film Festival.  Yesterday 19:01

    Owj to compete in Fajr festival with seven films 

    TEHRAN – Seven productions from the Owj Arts and Media Organization, a major institution that produces revolutionary works in art and cinema, will be screened at the 39th Fajr Film Festival.

  • An illustration by Zahra Amini. Yesterday 18:57

    Iran nominates Zahra Amini for workshop at Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava

    TEHRAN – Iran has nominated Zahra Amini for a workshop at the Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava (BIB), the Institute for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA) announced on Monday.

  • Ebrahim Raisi Yesterday 18:56

    Defending women’s rights a top priority: Iran’s Judiciary chief

    TEHRAN - Ebrahim Raisi, the head of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Judiciary, says, “We are obliged to defend women’s rights”.

  • Special education budget rises by 35% Yesterday 18:35

    Special education budget rises by 35%

    TEHRAN – The budget of the Special Education Organization has increased by 35 percent in the national budget bill for the next calendar year (starting on March 20), Seyed Javad Hosseini, head of the Organization, has announced.

  • $3m of smuggled goods, currency discovered Yesterday 18:33

    $3m of smuggled goods, currency discovered

    TEHRAN – Smuggled goods and currency worth 130 billion rials (nearly $3 million at the official rate of 42,000 rials) have been discovered in the country over the past week, Sohrab Bahrami, the deputy police chief has announced.

  • National day for rare diseases proposed Yesterday 18:31

    National day for rare diseases proposed

    TEHRAN – February 26 has been proposed to be designated as the national day of rare diseases in the Iranian official calendar, ILNA news agency reported on Monday.

  • Second Iranian-made coronavirus vaccine receives clinical trial approval Yesterday 18:29

    Second Iranian-made coronavirus vaccine receives clinical trial approval

    TEHRAN – The second homegrown COVID-19 vaccine developed and proposed by the Razi Vaccine and Serum Research Institute has been approved to begin a clinical trial.

  • Old trees Yesterday 18:19

    Old trees in Kordestan made national heritage 

    TEHRAN –A total of eight old trees standing in Iran’s Kordestan province have recently been inscribed on the national heritage list.

  • historical texture of Bushehr Yesterday 18:19

    Bushehr wants UNESCO status for its historical texture

    TEHRAN – The historical texture of southwestern Bushehr province holds the potential to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list, the provincial tourism chief has announced. 

  • Home-based handicrafts businesse Yesterday 18:18

    Home-based handicrafts businesses in Gorgan receive support

    TEHRAN – Eligible crafters, who are running home-based businesses across Iran’s northern city of Gorgan, have received financial support from the government. 

  • image-20210118161043-1.jpeg Yesterday 16:19

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  • engine Yesterday 15:40

    Domestically-manufactured 3-cylinder engine unveiled

    TEHRAN – Iran’s top auto maker Iran Khodro Company (IKCO) unveiled a domestically-made three-cylinder engine in a ceremony attended by senior officials including the Industry, Mining and Trade Minister Alireza Razm Hosseini.

  • Fariba Mohammadian Yesterday 15:36

    Fariba Mohammadian named Iran volleyball vice president

    TEHRAN – Fariba Mohammadian was named as deputy president of the Islamic Republic of Iran Volleyball Federation (IRIVF) on Monday.

  • Azerbaijan Yesterday 15:31

    Iran, Azerbaijan ink economic co-op MOU

    TEHRAN- The 14th meeting of Iran-Azerbaijan Joint Economic Committee was held on Monday at the place of the Iranian Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs in Tehran, IRIB reported.

  • TEDPIX down Yesterday 14:53

    TEDPIX loses 36,000 points on Monday

    TEHRAN- TEDPIX, the main index of the Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE), dropped 36,989 points to 1.149 million on Monday.

  • rail Yesterday 14:50

    Over 4,600 rail industry equipment items locally produced

    TEHRAN – Iranian manufacturers have managed to indigenize the knowledge for the production of over 4,600 rail industry equipment items, an official with the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways (known as RAI) told IRNA.

  • non-oil exports Yesterday 14:44

    Commodities worth $4.3b exported from Bushehr Province

    TEHRAN- Products valued at $4.3 billion have been exported from Bushehr Province in southwest of Iran during the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-December 20, 2020), according to a provincial official.

  • image-20210118132136-1.jpeg Yesterday 13:30

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  • Hadi Saei 2021/01/18

    By Masoud Hossein

    People are right to worry about sportsmanship

    TEHRAN - Some people worry about the future of sportsmanship since it has gradually been disappearing from the sports. The fact is sports without chivalrous behavior is nothing.

  • CBI Yesterday 12:39

    Iran blames EU on INSTEX ineffectiveness

    TEHRAN - Central Bank of Iran (CBI), in response to Germany’s blaming Iran for the ineffectiveness of EU trade channel with the Islamic Republic called INSTEX, said Europeans’ lack of courage is the main cause behind the failure of this financial channel.

  • Zarif Yesterday 12:14

    ‘We don’t shy from crushing aggressors,’ Zarif warns as B-52 bombers fly over Persian Gulf

    TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned on Sunday that Iran is not “shy” to destroy aggressors, noting that the defeat of Saddam Hussein’s army who invaded Iran in 1980 serves as a good example for potential invaders.

  • Stephen Herzog Yesterday 11:48

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    ‘Compliance-for-compliance’ approach needed to reinstate JCPOA: Harvard researcher

    TEHRAN – Stephen Herzog, a research fellow at the Project on Managing the Atom at Harvard University, predicts that Iran and the U.S. will follow a “compliance-for-compliance” approach to revive the nuclear deal, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

  • EAEU Yesterday 11:43

    Iranian exports to Eurasia up 30% in 12 months

    TEHRAN – The value of the Iranian exports to the members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) rose by 30 percent during the 12-month period from October 27, 2019, to October 26, 2020, compared to the preceding 12 months, the Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) of Iran said in a report.

  • Stephen Kinzer Yesterday 11:34

    By Mohammad Mazhari

    The idea of ‘exceptionalism’ is deeply ingrained in our national DNA: American author 

    ‘Toppling governments one of Washington’s specialties’

    TEHRAN – An American author says toppling governments around the world is one of Washington’s “specialties”. 

  • facilities Yesterday 10:49

    Over $1.7b in loans paid to SMEs, semi-finished projects in 9 months

    TEHRAN- Over 73.93 trillion rials (about $1.76 billion) in loans has been paid for financing the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and semi-finished projects with the progress of over 60 percent during the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20-December 20, 2020), according to the data released by the Industry, Mining and Trade Ministry.

  • Imam Reza shrine hosts mourners of Prophet’s daughter Yesterday 10:15

    Imam Reza shrine hosts mourners of Prophet’s daughter

    TEHRAN - Pilgrims commemorated the martyrdom anniversary of Hazrat Fatemeh Zahra (SA), the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), at the holy shrine of Imam Reza in the city of Mashhad on Saturday night. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the ceremony was held under strict health protocols.

  • Grand Mica Mall Project Yesterday 09:59

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    Delivery of Trade Units at Mica Mall Shopping, Entertaining, Recreational and Welfare Center Kicked

    Realizing objectives of tourism development and economic growth of Kish by operation of Grand Mica Mall Project

    The delivery of booths of Mica Mall Shopping, Recreational, Entertaining and Welfare Complex started in line with realization of objectives of development of tourism as well as economic growth of Kish.

  • U.S. Yesterday 01:11

    Lethal democracy

    TEHRAN – Businesses and shop owners in Washington DC are once again boarding up their windows to protect their properties in case further rioting breaks out during the Biden inauguration on January 20. They are concerned about what happened during the recent attack by Trump supporters on the Capitol.