Monday, August 15, 2022

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Graves of Jewish martyrs in Tehran renovated

Martyrs’ Foundation of the Islamic Revolution gives a face-lift to the graves of Jewish martyrs in Tehran.

Women and Jewelry; From Conservatism to Adventurism

Prominent Iranian sculptor Parviz Tanavoli has shared his thoughts on the relationship between women and jewelry.

Opportunities and threats facing women’s employment in society

A city council official takes a closer look at women’s employment, opportunities and threats.

Fuelling religious rifts amounts to political ignorance

Unity is what Muslims need most at this juncture and fuelling differences is tantamount to ignorance, former president Hashemi Rafsanjani says.

Women helped develop arts

An Arts expert admits women have contributed a lot to the development of arts in post-revolution Iran.

String theory seeks to unravel basic mysteries of physics

Cumrun Vafa, an Iranian professor of Harvard University, expounds on a revolutionizing string theory.

Salafis, Yesterday and Today

An expert sheds light on why Salafis are called what they are called and what Salafism meant to Mowlana.

Why is Pou so popular?

A psychiatrist answers questions as to why Pou is so popular among men and women of different age.

Iranian finds interruption wipes out short-term memory

Being interrupted is so bad for your concentration that even a one minute distraction is enough to completely wipe out your short-term memory.

Iranian inventor moves from Google to Amazon

Iranian inventor credited with development of Google Glass moves to Amazon.

Bring it on

A report that helps you out more about how Iranian female Ninjas live and what they pursue.

Tear gas canisters for flower pots

A Palestinian woman in a village near Ramallah, in the West Bank, has turned tear gas canisters fired by Israeli soldiers into small flower pots in her garden. The symbolic move comes in protest at Israeli violence targeting the Palestinians.

World’s Muslims celebrate ‘Laylat al-Qadr’

Many Muslims across the world have marked ‘Night of Destiny’ or ‘Laylat al-Qadr’ when the holy Qur’an was first revealed to the Islamic prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Iran Volleyball President Dedicates Victory over Brazil to Gaza People

President of Iran Volleyball Federation Mohammad Reza Davarzani dedicated victory over Brazil and advancing to the FIVB World League Final Four to people of the Gaza Strip.

2014 Volleyball World League: Iran Beat Brazil 3-1 to Advance to Semifinals

Iran thrashed Brazil in their second match in the final round of the FIVB 2014 Men's Volleyball World League group matches in Italy on Friday and bought a ticket for the semifinals as the top team of Group 1.

Iran makes nanoabsorbent for determining sulfonamide

Researchers of Islamic Azad University’s Shahr-e Rey Branch have produced a nanoabsorbent for determining sulfonamide in chicken by using a magnetic polymer.

Audio Library Opens in Zahedan

An audio library has opened in Zahedan to offer educational services to children with visual impairment.

Oldest Iranologist alive commemorated

A statue of Manuchehr Sotudeh, the oldest Iranologist alive, has been unveiled at a garden in Tehran.

Iranian benefactress Ezzat-Malek dies

Iranian artistic and cultural community mourns the death of benefactress Ezzat Malek.

I’m neither the mayor, nor the president, but I can …

Tehran hosts a small event to solicit public views on ways of propping up the environment and stopping its degradation.

Iranian researcher develop cancer-resistant nanoparticles

A Mashhad University of Medical Sciences research group had developed a component which would be effective in treating cancer.

Iran self-sufficient in production of radiopharmaceuticals

Research Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has developed radiopharmaceuticals in collaboration with President’s science and technology deputy.

First green school to open in September

The 1st Iranian green school will open in September in Tehran. Mahnaz Mazaheri said that the office would teach 56,000 teachers on environmental issues.

‘Ganjineh’ teaches ‘proper social behavior’

‘Ganjineh,’ a paper 2D animation production is an attempt to inculcate in children proper social behavior.

Iran Beats Italy in Volleyball World League

Iranˈs national volleyball team, in its second match in the fifth week of Volleyball World League, beat Italy for the second time.

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