A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on March 14

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 21 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Abrar:

1. No visa needed for Iranian visitors to Georgia

2. Leader hosts mourning ceremony for Hazrat Zahra

3. Rouhani frowns on myopic commentators who overlook administration’s achievements

 


 

Abrar Eqtesadi:

1. Ahmadinejad’s heavy economic toll on the administration

2. UK in talks with EU partners to lift Iran banking sanctions

3. NIOC issues $1.5bn bonds

 


 

 

Asrar:

1. West contradicts itself in deeds and words in fighting terrorism: Rafsanjani

2. Aref: We seek a majority of seats in Parliament

3. Israeli identity for Arab League: Analyst

4. Iran election results signal co-operation, negotiation with world: Zarif

5. VP: Government poised to bring economy back on track

6. The huge amount of smuggled goods is shameful: Cleric

 


 

 

Afkar:

1. Putin’s efforts bear fruit

2. $70/b suitable price for oil: Iran’s Zangeneh

3. Saudis’ back broken: Zarif

 


 

 

Amin:

1. Araqchi: The other side has fulfilled the JCPOA commitments

 


 

Arman-e Emrouz:

1. Rafsanjani downplays calls on people to choose ascetic lifestyles

“Those who call on the people to live an ascetic life themselves lead various lifestyles,” said the cleric.

2. 5-year sentence for cracker dealers

 


 

Ebtekar:

1. Sports awaiting sensible policies: Report

A report about the administration’s policies for promoting sport in the country

2. Zarif: Saudis sought to break Iran’s back, but had their own broken instead

 


 

Ettela’at:

1. Billions of dollars of foreign investments flowing into Iran

2. Rouhani: Holy shrines are redlines for Islamic Republic

3. Funerals for 111 Sacred Defense martyrs held in 17 provinces

4. Terrorists shell Shia cities in Syria

5. Iran seeking no adventures: Gen. Soleimani

 


 

Etemad:

1. Rouhani shifts tactics: Report

How Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has changed his tone since the February 26 elections.

2. Faction of Hope officially formed in Parliament

 


 

Emtiaz:

1. Oil price slump was year’s saddest event: Oil Minister Zangeneh

2. After 18 months: Reason for Iran 140 plane crash announced

3. Iran and Benz to sign deal next year

4. 1,700 Health teams to assist New Year travellers

 


 

Hemayat:

1. Ahmad Shahid’s “watery, inadmissible” report about human rights in Iran

The Secretary of Human Rights Headquarters in Iran reacted to a recent report by Ahmad Shahid on human rights in Iran.

 


 

Javan:

1. Hezbollah’s Terrorist  Label due to Saudi bribe

The Arab League Secretary-General is alleged to have received a $9m bribe from Saudi Arabia to blacklist Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.

2. American democracy

A rally for Trump turned into a boxing ring

3. Zarif: Oil broke Saudi’s back instead of Iran’s

4. Judiciary issues new blood money tariff

 


 

Jamejam:

1. JCPOA outcome not yet measurable for economists

2. US uses UNSC as a stick [against Iran]

 


 

Kayhan:

1. Railing imports harms domestic production by $2bn

2. Obama advisor: US aimed at controlling Iran, not improving relations, in deal

3. US directly involved in Yemen War: Human rights whistleblower

 


 

 

Iran:

1. Rouhani: Think of nation and country instead of factions or parties

2. Proposal for raising pensioners’ salaries

3. Iran to become self-sufficient in gasoline production next year: Zangeneh

 


 

Payam Zaman:

1. VP calls on private sector to act as pivot in economy

2. Mogherini to visit Tehran in April

3. Jordan’s king threatens Syria with military attack

 


 

Resalat:

1. Preparations for next presidential election by August 2016: Interior minister

2. Cleric calls for observing the law of “enjoining good and forbidding wrong”

3. Iran’s missiles can bring big powers to the negotiating table: Araqchi

 


 

Rooyesh Mellat:

1. No alternative plan for Syria: De Mistura

2. Forex rate cannot be unified by order: VP

 


 

Shargh:

1. Iranian missiles tabled at UNSC

 


 

Saheb Ghalam:

1. Ban on wheat imports to be lifted next year

2. Enemy plots will not be carried out in the region: Velayati

3. New housing loans to pay for half of house price

 


 

Asia:

1. Series of meetings between Iran, EU; London, Geneva, Zurich

2. Economic priorities for the New Year: Report

 

 

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