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  • UK flights 2021-01-24 19:30

    Iran extends ban on UK flights once more

    TEHRAN – Iran has extended the previously-imposed ban on flights to and from the United Kingdom until the end of the current Iranian month of Bahman (February 18) to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus variant.

  • Bijan Zamani 2019-12-02 14:52

    Bijan Zamani, plans to raise $1M to build UK’s best healthcare booking platform

    Dr. Bijan Zamani is planning to raise $1 million through another round of funding and is in talks with different investors, which also includes top UK physicians and surgeons, as per the sources. Zamani is planning to use the funds to build United Kingdom’s best online healthcare booking platform.

  • Iran-Kashmir cultural similarities  2019-08-14 11:51

    By Quayyum Raja

    Iran-Kashmir cultural similarities 

    MASHHAD - On first of August 2019, I had been invited by a PhD Persian student of Ferdowsi University named Zeinab Salhi to attend the wedding of her brother Raza in their home village Ghohestan in Rostamoun.  It was a 6 hour drive from the Holy city of Mashhad.  I had never attended an Iranian wedding before. So, I was very excited. 

  • Colin S. Cavell 2019-08-05 11:56

    By Mohammad Ali Haqshenas

    Failure in Yemen to be ‘death sentence’ of Saudi monarchy: Prof. Cavell

    TEHRAN – Professor of political science Colin S. Cavell believes that failure of Saudi Arabia “to reassert its hegemonic control over Yemen will be a death sentence on the continuation of the Saudi monarchy.”

  • Hossein Askari 2019-07-10 13:29

    By Hossein Askari

    Why force Iran to go Nuclear when there’s a peaceful option?

    MEDIUM - Let’s start by stating the obvious. The world does not need more nuclear powers beyond the far too many it already has — China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, the United States and the United Kingdom. The Middle East does not need other countries — Iran, Egypt, Turkey or Saudi Arabia — acquiring such destructive weapons; if one of these countries goes nuclear, it is likely that the others will follow, increasing the likelihood of a nuclear disaster that could destroy the entire Middle East and much that is beyond.