On the sidelines of the First Art Festival of Farsi-speakers in Europe, the solo exhibition of Iranian cartoonistPante’aVaeznia will be held with the theme of ‘Women's rights in Iran’.
Three young Afghan sisters have staged their third art exhibition in Tehran, putting on show their surreal and abstract artworks.
Reports say women’s hairs are being forcibly cutduring sleep in distant areas of Indian-administered Kashmir and this has terrified local women.
Two Iranian sisters, who are also caring mothers for their children, have contributed heavily to the promotion of rugby in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
SousanRashidi is an Iranian nomad girl who has overcome all the difficulties of nomadic life to win 11 national kickboxing championships.
An elderly Iranian woman has bagged a gold and a silver medal in international track and field contests in China.
Women in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province in the southwestern part of Iran, dexterous at weaving carpets, earn a living by using their art.
An Iranian female cyclist has signed a contract with a cycling club in the United Arab Emirates, becoming the first Iranian female cyclist playing outside the country.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was inked between Iran Malaysia Women Business Forum (IMWBF) and Women Entrepreneur Network of Malaysia (WENA) to elevate bilateral trade ties and boost investment opportunities.
The pace of reforms in Saudi Arabia has long been so slow that when the country’s king announced that women in the kingdom have been granted the right to drive, his statements grabbed the headlines across the globe. This comes as many rights activists say despite the latest reforms, the condition of women in Saudi Arabia is not acceptable yet.