Wednesday, September 28, 2022

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Persian language course begins in North Ossetia University

Interest in the Persian Language in the Caucasus region, especially in North Ossetia Republic, is growing.

Iranian programmers develop an app to help tune Iranian instruments

Iranian programmers have developed a tuning application – Kook Yar – for six musical instruments.

Day of People with Disability in the eyes of people with no disability

Iranian dailies mark the International Day of People with Disability.

An acid attack by a doctor on a doctor

A look into an acid attack in the capital during which a physician used acid to vent his pent-up anger at a colleague.

A disabled devotee en-route to Karbala on all fours

A disabled Iraqi man sets out, on all fours, on a 300 km trip to attend a Shiite ceremony in Karbala.

Imam of al-Azhar invited Iranian scholar to anti-terrorism conference

A distinguished lecturer at Qom Seminary is to deliver a speech on ‘Respect for difference, diversity and coexistence’ at a global conference on the fight against terrorism in Cairo.

Iranian scientist develops drug for treatment-resistant leukemia

The newly-developed drug can help a high percentage of patients with Philadelphia chromosome-positive leukemia who have developed resistance to available medication.

Iranian physicist wins German Alexander Von Humboldt fellowship

Dr. Jafari is mainly working on condensed matter, and his research focuses on investigating the electronic structures of advanced materials and strong and irregular electronic systems.

HIV/AIDS in Iran

To mark World AIDS Day, Arman-e Emrooz, a Tehran-based daily, dedicates a full page to HIV/AIDS.

Victim of acid attack in Tehran says he’s much better; health chief visits him in hospital

The hospital administrator who suffered injuries in the eye in an acid attack in Tehran says he is much better after undergoing surgery.

An acid attack on a Tehran hospital administrator

A Tehran hospital administrator has fallen victim to an acid attack by two unknown assailants on a motorbike.

Wars are fought on and off the battlefield

Basij Week, an opportunity to figure out what the volunteer force has done for Iran in combat and non-combat roles.

Iran indigenizes flight simulator technology

Iran says it has indigenized flight simulator technology and has acquired the knowhow to build unmanned helicopters.

Iran to host Islamic Countries’ Health Tourism Conference

A growing number of hospitals across Iran provide foreigners who visit Iran for medical purposes with excellent healthcare services.

Iran’s female vice president has been awarded Italy’s Minerva Award

Iranian Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar's endeavors on political and environmental fronts have been recognized in Rome.

Reference groups of Iranian youth have changed

A Tehran University Professor Taghi Azad Armaki brings into sharper focus the emotional reaction people showed to the untimely death of Morteza Pashaei, a pop singer.

Feeling of Inferiority; Self-inflicted Violence against Women

One of the most extreme forms of self-inflicted violence experienced by some Iranian women is that they sell themselves short and become blind followers of imported aesthetic standards.

Rafsanjani warns Islamic countries against impact of discord

“Islamic scholars are duty-bound to prevent ignorance from spreading to Islamic communities,” said Chairman of the State Expediency Council Hashemi Rafsanjani.

Iranian neurosurgeons successfully perform DBS surgery

Dr. Ali Razmkon, an Iranian neurosurgeon, has performed a first Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery.

Iranian mobile games popular among gamers

Fighting Cocks, Granny & the Grim Reaper, and Lazy Balls, Iranian-adapted mobile game hits, have been downloaded as many as 450,000 times in only three months.

A large haul of smuggled birds was seized in southern Iran

The environmental police in Chabahar have intercepted a large haul of falcons and houbara bustards en route from Pakistan to Arab countries in the Persian Gulf.

Sareh Javanmardi named Asia’s top female athlete of 2014

Iran’s Paralympic shooter, Sareh Javanmardi, has been chosen as Asia’s best female athlete of the year.

Iran owes its independence to Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili

Seyyed Hossein Nasr, a George Washington University professor, credits Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardabili for the independence Iran enjoys today.

Kiss captivity goodbye

Seven wild captive birds regained their freedom after environmental police of Marivan found them in a poacher’s house.

A memorable lesson from donkeys on an Iranian island

It’s time some humans took a leaf out of a donkey’s book.

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