Sharq daily in an opinion piece analyzes the history and future of Iranian women, saying that the modern world has to live with gender equality.
Rakhshan Bani-Etemad’s international award will be put up for sale; the proceeds will go to a charity to offer accommodations to homeless women in Tehran.
Clash of Clans, a mobile video game, has turned into a good recipe for Tehran’s coffeehouses to absorb more customers.
A bottle cap-collecting campaign in Tabriz helps both the environment and disabled people.
Iranians celebrate Sepandarmazgan in which women, the Earth and life which all have one thing in common – reproduction – are respected and praised.
Iran’s economy is improving and one of its signs is people’s shopping excursions before the New Year.
The Chairman of the Expediency Council has said in a message to an International Brand Strategy Conference that Iran’s dignity is closely interwoven with the quality products it makes at home or sends abroad.
Iran is a fascinating country; the Iranian people are extremely friendly and hospitable and such matters help me feel at home in Iran, said the Norwegian ambassador to Iran.
Students in a school in Hamadan, western Iran, have shaved their heads to show sympathy with their teacher who is terminally ill.
Hassan Hazer Moshar, a self-taught artist who took up art at the age 70 after he came out of a coma, has passed away.