Iran’s ‘Track 143’ in North America

Acclaimed Iranian war drama ‘Track 143’ directed by woman filmmaker Narges Abyar has received a purchase request from North America.

Da, One Woman’s War’ published in US

Persian novel ‘Da’, written by Azam Hosseini, has been released in California, US.

Iran arts fetch high bid in Bonhams

Various Iranian art pieces have fetched high prices at Bonhams sale of Islamic and Indian Art in the British capital, London.

Iran offers Wind Towers to UNESCO

Iran has presented the historical structure of Wind Towers file to the UNESCO for a possible inscription on the World Heritage list of the organization.

The Benefits of Good Neighbourliness

Growth of urban population and technology progresses in the past few decades have created fundamental changes in the manner of people's life. The speedy rise of urbanization has led to growth of life in small apartments and residential complexes.

Sadi, globally-renowned Iranian poet

The first day of the Iranian month of Ordibehesht, in the solar hijri calendar; corresponding to April 21, marks the day; in which the 7th Century acclaimed Iranian poet, Sadi, is honored. Although several centuries have passed from his demise, he remains a globally acclaimed poet. Today, we study the …

Japanese envoy tours historic mausoleum in northwestern province

Japanese Ambassador to Tehran Kuji Honda toured the mausoleum of Sheikh Safieddin Ardebili in this northwestern province on Tuesday.

Iran to host Persian language confab

The second edition of international conference on the Persian and Turkish language commonalities is scheduled to be held in Tehran’s Allameh Tabatabaei University.