Home Society Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Find out more about what daily life is really like in modern Iran. This section looks at the diversity and breadth of everything going on in the country, from food and fashion to celebrities and celebrations.

Iran to Hold Annual Sports Festival for Pensioners

An Iranian official says a permanent committee will be set up for the National Sports Festival of the Retired.
Iranian City Chosen as Most Age-Friendly City

Iranian City Chosen as Most Age-Friendly City

The southwestern Iranian city of Dezful in Khuzestan province has been picked as the top age-friendly city.
Iranian Woman Elected as Best Sailor of Year

Iranian Woman Elected as Best Sailor of Year

Sailing is usually considered a muscular job worldwide. Women usually are not interested in the job given its demanding nature, but an Iranian woman has become a successful sailor.
telegram

‘Iran Adopting Realistic Approach toward Social Networks’

Iran’s culture minister says a confrontational approach will be ineffective in dealing with social networks and cyberspace in the country.
Cafe-Tehran (26)

Blues Coffee Shop, Hangout for Iranian Cruiser Motorcyclists

A two-year-old coffee shop in the Iranian capital named ‘Blues Coffee Shop’ hosts the cruiser motorcyclists who are interested in the Blues.

Nomadic Lifestyle in Northwestern Iran

Atmianlu nomads are from one of the biggest tribes living in Arasbaran region, northwestern Iran. Quch Gulu countryside in Arasbaran annually hosts over 100 nomadic families.
Story of Lonely Man Who Lives in Darkness (1)

Story of Lonely Man Who Lives in Darkness

Issa, an Iranian visually challenged man, thinks the whole town is blind as no one cares about him.

Iran’s Ahvaz Soars to Record-High Temperature of 54C (+Photos)

People in the southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz have been advised to stay at home after the temperatures hit the extremely high level of 54 degrees Celsius (129.2F), probably the hottest degree ever measures on Earth in modern times.
Boy Left Alone at Sea with Father Killed by Saudis

Boy Left Alone at Sea with Father Killed by Saudis

An Iranian fisherman was recently shot dead by Saudi coast guards in front of his son’s eyes. The son has narrated the sad story of the tragic night when he was left alone with the body of his slain dad in the middle of the sea.
Tehran Residents Use 38,000 Litres of Water per Second

Tehran Residents Use 38,000 Litres of Water per Second

Residents of the Iranian capital, Tehran, consume 38 thousands litres of water per second during the burning heat days of this year, a new report says.

Today Front Pages

Ads