The Islamic Republic of Iran has appointed, for the first time, a Sunni woman as the head of a village in North Khorasan province in the country’s northeast.
An elderly Iranian woman has bagged a gold and a silver medal in international track and field contests in China.
A female Iranian manager says that women have gone a long way to stop gender discrimination in society, but still more needs to be done before they can declare the fight is over.
A female Iranian bus driver has hit the road to prove that women don’t have to take a back seat to men as far as certain jobs are concerned.
The United World Wrestling has accepted the proposal submitted by Iran’s Wrestling Federation about a new style for female wrestlers.
The International Waterski and Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) has finally allowed Iranian women to attend Asian and international competitions while observing the Islamic dress-code (Hijab).
A female activist says political parties in Iran are dominated by men and should do more to give women a bigger role to play in their ranks.
First day of February has been named as” World Hijab Day”. On this occasion, non- Muslim women and Muslim women who do not observe the Islamic dress code are invited to wear headscarf.
Leila Peykanpour, an Iranian girl from Isfahan, claimed the title in the first round of a national rally championship in KIA Pride Class. According to...
“Each body might have some limitations and deficiencies. But if you have a pure, elevated soul I think the body won't matter,” said the disabled Iranian woman.