A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on March 10

Iran Newspaper front pages

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Thursday and picked headlines from 23 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution has appointed Hujatoleslam Alamolhoda as his representative in the northeastern province of Khorasan Razavi; this grabbed many headlines on Thursday, March 10, 2016.

Moreover, next year’s minimum salaries, the government spokesman’s address in the year’s last session of the Assembly of Experts and successfully test of two IRGC missiles was top on papers on the day.

Here are the top headlines:

 

Abrar:

  1. Syrian kids line up for death
  2. “Some MPs’ actions have harmed Iranian territories”: deputy prosecutor general
  3. Iran missile test no violation of JCPOA: US

The United States says Iran’s recent missile launch does not violate its nuclear agreement with the P5+1 group. US State Department Spokesman John Kirby said on Tuesday night the missile launch would not constitute a breach of the deal.

  1. Iran successfully test-fires Shihab, Ghadr missiles
  2. IRGC fires two missiles in Power of Velayat Drill

 


 

 

Abrar-Eqtesadi:

  1. Import of Chinese goods rises in February
  2. Iran, UK sign air transit deal
  3. Economic risks lower in Iran since 2013
  4. S. Korea to boost Iran oil imports to 0.2mbd

 


 

 

Arman-e Emrouz:

  1. I knew the election outcome from day one: Hassan Khomeini
  2. Leader appoints Hujatoleslam Alamolhoda as representative in Khorasan Razavi
  3. Deputy Judiciary chief reveals: Role of certain MPs in illegal land ownership

 


 

Afkar:

  1. UK to send major business delegation to Tehran
  2. Armenia seeks joint film projects with Iran
  3. Pyongyang in possession of miniature nuclear warheads
  4. ISIS strikes swathes of Turkish territories

 


 

 

Asrar:

  1. Future of Iran economy, chance for everyone: Official
  2. Saudi Arabia, Ansarullah reach agreement to cease border fire
  3. OPEC oil at $35/b
  4. Gov’t spokesman: Admin’s economic decisions bearing tangible outcome
  5. Iran suffering from economic, administrative graft: justice minister

 


 

 

Ebtekar:

  1. Report: Admin’s efforts for truthful realization of resistive economy
  2. Ballistic missile tests no violation of JCPOA
  3. Iranian villas more expensive than Turkish tours: report
  4. Araghchi: Sanctions’ vested interests say Iran banks not linked to SWIFT yet

 


 

Ettela’at:

  1. Hezbollah: Saudi regime to become like Israel for us
  2. Iran launches major dam project in western regions
  3. IRGC successfully test-fires long-range missiles
  4. Next year wages rise 14%

 



 

 

Etemad:

  1. Ghadr, Shihab missiles fly

IRGC test-fired the two missiles in a drill.

  1. Iran raises minimum wage

The minimum wage in Iran has been set at 8,120 thousand Iranian rials. The decision was made after 8 hours of nonstop discussions about the wage rate in Iran for the New Year. New Iranian calendar year begins on March 21, 2016.

  1. Election outcome more than expected

 


 

 

Emtiaz:

  1. Culture minister calls for ban on imports of Turkish clothes
  2. Size of Iran deserts grows from 30mha to 80mha
  3. Plans under way to plant a million saplings in Tehran

 


 

 

Hemayat:

  1. Traditional methods dysfunctional to combat crimes: Judiciary figure
  2. Whispers about fresh Iran sanctions for missile drills
  3. People still buy Sacred Defense books, memories: Veteran writer

 


 

 

Iran:

  1. Economy of resistance only way to tackle economic problems: Shamkhani
  2. Shy Iranian actor hailed
  3. Rouhani orders promotion of public, champion sports
  4. Iranian market bullish as year ends

 


 

 

Javan:

  1. Iran message roams in Tel Aviv ear

Western media: Iran tests “Israel annihilation” agenda by long-range missiles

  1. Assembly of Experts calls on admin to carefully mind JCPOA implementation
  2. Shamkhani: Liberals have grasped economic strongholds

 


 

 

Jomhouri Islami:

  1. FAO, Japan sign notes on Lake Urmia
  2. President warns damagers of jungles, nature
  3. Bank Melli chief: Swift fully functional
  4. Siemens, MAPNA group sign $3.5b deal
  5. Kerry to Riyadh: Anti-Lebanon pressure suits Iran interests

 


 

Kayhan:

  1. Bank Melli: Dollar LCs still under sanctions
  2. Western democracy more of a circus: Canadian scholar
  3. No resistive economy possible by liberalistic thinking: Shamkhani

 


 

 

Khorasan:

  1. Iran crude oil exports hit 1.8mbd
  2. Talks under way for lifting US visa waiver program for tourists: Araghchi
  3. Health minister inaugurates 1,714 ICU beds

 


 

Rah-e Mardom:

  1. Report: Will cash subsidy handouts stop next year
  2. Iran, world’s most interesting country for investment: Expert
  3. 15% fall in bank arrears since 2011
  4. The conference changed Europeans’ views about Iran: Expert

Referring to the 12th Iran-Europe business conference, the event’s secretary said through the conference, Europeans began to realize that the data supplied to them by their media was erroneous.

 


 

 

Resalat:

  1. Gov’t spokesman: Part of inflation problem stems from inside
  2. Cmdr.: Zionists will get heavy blow if they mess with us
  3. Sistan-Baluchestan province among safest regions in Iran: Cmdr.

 


 

Roozan:

  1. Billionaire strives to commute death sentence

Billionaire Babak Zanjani has received a death sentence by the court for corruption on earth charges.

 


 

Rooyesh Mellat:

  1. Japan offers million-dollar grant for saving Lake Urmia

 


 

Shahrvand:

  1. Oil price slump, environmental crises, Iran’s main challenges: Gov’t spokesman to Assembly of Experts
  2. No lack of ICU beds in Iran

 


 

Saheb Ghalam:

  1. Nematzadeh: Iran ready to open new chapter in industrial, business ties with Bulgaria
  2. Leader advisor: No barriers to import of Russian defense systems to Iran
  3. Iran considers 6 new scenarios to tackle water shortage

 


 

Ghanoon:

  1. Analysis: Impact of anti-inflation economy on business
  2. Speculations about next Parliament speaker candidates: Aref or Larijani
  3. IRIB to join TV channels to curtail costs

 

 

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