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All the social, environmental, community and lifestyle news from across Iran, including the life and times of the capital, Tehran. There’s so much more to Iran than politics!

Iran’s Knowledge-Based IT Companies Exploring Ground for Cooperation in India

Iran’s Knowledge-Based IT Companies Exploring Ground for Cooperation in India

Representatives from 10 knowledge-based IT firms are visiting India to explore opportunities for cooperation with Indian counterparts, an Iranian official said.

Iranian Painter Creates Works in Iranian-style Expressionism

Farzin Fakhri Yaseri is an Iranian painter and writer from the city of Langarud in the north of Iran who has a small workshop in which he paints and writes.

Majority of Iranians Will Vote in Favour of Hijab: MP

Deputy Speaker of Iranian Parliament says majority of Iranians will vote in favour of Hijab if a referendum is being held today.   

Iran Thrash Yemen in Asian Cup Opener

Iran’s national football team had a stormy debut as the players kicked off their AFC Asian Cup Group D campaign with a crushing 5-0 win over Yemen at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium in the UAE.

Iranian Scientists Seed Clouds Using Nanoparticles

The researchers at Iran’s Yazd University have succeeded in seeding clouds using nanotechnology and nanoparticles production. Also, these nanoparticles can be used for defogging.

Iran Ranks First in Nanotechnology in Western Asia

An international science ranking website in its newest ranking, based on scientific articles published in 2017, has announced that Iran is the first country in the field of nanotechnology in the region.

Why Was Iran’s Rank in WEF Gender Gap Report Surprisingly Low?

An Iranian official has explained reasons why Iran’s rank in the World Economic Forum’s 2018 report on gender inequality is surprisingly low, blaming it on a combination of statistical and economic factors, among others.

New Books Developed for Visually Challenged Children

Visually challenged children are being trained to illustrate the books they themselves read.

Japan to Assist Iran with Afforestation Efforts

The Japan International Cooperation Agency has staged a project in the southwest Iran to establish forests and resuscitate pastures around Karun, the only navigable river in Iran.

Iranian Man Turns into Painter in his Eighties

Hassan Moradi, at the age of 84, has become one of the most famous painters in Iran whose works of art are put on display once a week at the best galleries of Tehran.

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