IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 14 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
1- No new Turkey anti-Iranian visa law
2- US flying B52 bombers, sabre-rattling to N. Korea
3- Former German chancellor in Tehran
4- Japan’s Shinzo Abe looks for opposition’s approval to revise constitution
5- Narrative of Shah’s Mystery series problematic: critic
6- Kerry hopeful of India-Pakistan peace talks
7- Tehran governor on disqualification of MP Hamid Rasaei in upcoming parliamentary election
1- Forex game in market;
The Rouhani Administration seems not challenged by foreign exchange price rise.
2- IRR 330,000 rise in gold coin price
3- Russia striving to win bigger share in Iran market
4- Iranian refineries no more profitable
5- Chevy, Apple coming to Iran
6- 3 Japanese refiners aline to buy Iran oil
7- Undercover rise of family expenses
1- Zarif: Saudi entente aimed at influencing Syria crisis
2- Leader advisor: Americans never stop meddling in our region
3-Spokesman: Saudi embassy attack not justifiable at all
4- Arabic teams welcome in Iran
Head of Iran Football Federation (IFF) Ali Kaffashian said all Arabic teams can play in Iran. Kaffashian’s comments came as Saudi Arabia announced on Sunday that it will disallow Iranian teams in its soil.
1- Cleric: Things would be better had we had 10 folks like Seyyed Hassan
Grand Ayatollah Mousavi Ardebili, Shia, Marja, said this referring to the religious and scientific supremacy of Seyyed Hassan Khomeini (the grandson of Imam Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Revolution).
2- No tolls for using tunnels, for now
A report on signals that tolls will be taken from tunnel users in Iran.
3- Vague billboards shoulder burden of sending cultural messages
4- New Saudi game against Iran
5- Spokesman: Some dailies make scene about certain candidates
Nejatollah Ebrahimian, spokesperson of the Guardian Council, the body in charge of major Iranian elections, said, referring to the large number of stories covered by Iranian newspapers about disqualification of outstanding Assembly of Experts hopefuls.
6- Cleric calls on university lecturers to give bonuses to well-covered students
1- Seyyed Hassan’s resignation, a lie
A number of senior Shia clerics certified Seyyed Hassan Khomeini (the grandson of Imam Khomeini, founder of the Islamic Revolution)’s religious and scientific qualities.
2- Caspian coasts illegally seized
3- Gold market boarish
1- Campaign: #Will-not-violate-others’-privacy
The name of a new campaign in Iran
2- Ex-vice president: Tourism’s role in countering anti-Iran propaganda
3- Let’s smash salt cellars!
Ebtekar’s report about the need for Iranian households to change their eating habits
1- 2nd Specialized Italy Expo opens in Iran
2- Rally on Badat Sourt springs
The most popular tourism resort in northern province of Mazandaran
3- Parliament Speaker: New US visa law violation of nuclear deal
4- Exhibitors from 26 countries at Iran int’l aviation summit
1- Less than 7 days to JCPOA implementation
2- Socialism, market confusion, biggest problems of Iran economy
3- Deputy Tehran governor, head of Special Unit of Tehran Police replaced
The replacements took place a week after the Saudi embassy in Tehran was attacked by a number of fervent citizens who opposed Saudi policy and execution of Sheik Nimr.
1- Majlis Speaker warns: Anti-Iran plots to be reciprocated
2- FM: Iran will not allow Saudis stonewall Syrian crisis solution
3- Doctors Without Borders hospital hit by SLC rocket in Yemen
Saudi-led coalition bombs hit the hospital in Saada governorate
4- Maraja certify Hassan Khomeini qualities
5- Tehran University Chancellor visits writer in his house
6- 11 new hospitals operational by year-end
2- South Pars development flair to be lit today
Pars Oil and Gas Company chief told this in an exclusive interview with Iran.
2- UN envoy in Tehran
U.N. Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura met with Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran to seek solutions to the Syrian crisis.
3- Actress’s debut concert in Tehran
4- Ex-health minister: Maximal election turnout proves system’s legitimacy
5- Saudi embassy attack, a mistake: Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani
6- Admin gives more free hand to universities
1- Gone is oil
MP lambasts new petroleum contract model as being treason to the nation
“New oil deals take us back to the Pahlavi era,” said Ebrahim Zakani, member of Iranian parliament, who opposes Iran’s new petroleum contract model, known as IPC (Iran Petroleum Contract), as being miscalculated.
2- 8 million jobseekers in Iran next year
Senior economist, Yahya Ale-Eshaq, said
3- Illegal land dealers return to Caspian coasts
♦ Major Saudi failure in Arab League summit in Cairo
1- Contractionary strategy for strategic storage
Parliament’s research center said about food security in the post-sanctions setting.
2- IRR120bn deficit in national budget
3- China to Pakistani political factions: Stop disputes over economic corridor
1- Capital’s migration from Hafiz to Ferdowsi
Hafiz St. is where Iran’s stock market is located and Ferdowsi is the country’s hub for forex and gold trade.
2- The $2t damage
A report on the global economy