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Two Iranian Journalists Killed, 17 Others Injured in Bus Crash

Two Iranian female journalists travelling to West Azerbaijan province to report on the revival of Lake Urmia were killed and 17 others were injured after their bus overturned.

Exhibit Showcasing Andy Warhol’s Works Opens in Tehran

An exhibition showcasing several of American Artist Andy Warhol’s works have opened at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.

Iran Successfully Performs First Remote Robotic Surgery on Dog

The first remote robotic surgery in Iran has successfully been performed on a dog.

A World First: Charitable Online Taxi for Disabled in Iran

A charity NGO in Iran is about to launch the world’s first free online taxi service for the disabled people. The service, which is a brainchild of the director of Behesht-e Imam Reza charity, is specifically designed for the disabled with major movement problems as well as the mentally disabled.
Jing-Jelang

“Jing Jelang” – Baluchestan Shoes for the Wealthy

“When the rich people in Baluchestan society wore these traditional shoes, they were called Jing jelang because of the noise they made while walking.”

Zilu – An Original Artform from Iran’s Desert People

An analysis of structural techniques and designs shows that Zilu, although looking like a simple hand-woven thread rug, has a profound cultural richness and depth of thought.
Chertmeh Polo; Appealing Cuisine Indigenous to Semnan

Chertmeh Polo; Appealing Cuisine Indigenous to Semnan

Chertmeh is one of the stews local to Semnan Province in central Iran, which is cooked using the sheep’s inner body parts including tail fat and liver. It is a traditional stew served with rice, which are known as Chertmeh Polo together.

Traditional Iranian House Named One of Mideast’s Top Hotels in 2021

A traditional Iranian accommodation has been chosen as one of the Middle East’s top hotels in 2021 once again by tripadvisor.com.

Exhibition of Ancient Persian Artefacts Opens in London Museum

An exhibition of artifacts belonging to Ancient Persia has opened at the Victoria and Albert Museum of London, showcasing Iran’s 5,000-year-old history

Pateh-Sewing: A Traditional Iranian Handicraft

Pateh-sewing is an Iranian handicraft usually made by locals in the southeastern city of Kerman.