The Iranian President takes his reaction to parliament's rejection of his choice for science minister to Twitter.
President Rouhani’s choice for the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology fails to secure the nod of the parliament.
The Supreme Leader described Hajj pilgrimage as an opportunity to foil plots of those who seek to drive a wedge between Muslims.
Ayatollah Rafsanjani says if individuals he deems unfit run for chairman of the Assembly of Experts, he would field his candidacy for the top job too.
The governor of Isfahan says a recent spate of acid attacks in the province had nothing to do with lack of compliance with the Islamic dress code.
The vice-president said efforts are being made to allot a special budget for the treatment of the victims of recent acid attacks.
Draconian punishment will await those behind recent acid attacks; on no account will the harrowing attacks go unpunished.
Tehran police have taken into custody a man who had called people with acid threats.
Iran’s top MP says politicization of recent acid attacks in Isfahan is sheer opportunism and politically unfair.
Medical services have improved both within and beyond Iranian borders and have become more affordable and higher in quality.