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 Two Iranian films won awards at the 17th edition of the Dhaka International Film Festival in Bangladesh, the organizers announced on Friday. Puya Badkubeh was named best director for acclaimed movie “Dressage”, while “Return” by Shahriar Purseyyedan won the award for best short spiritual film. “Dressage” tells the story of Golsa and her friends who...
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By the end of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20), all Iranians can see their health profiles on their mobile phones, said the deputy health minister for planning.  “By providing this service and other future services we are taking steps toward setting up a comprehensive electronic health record (EHR) for every patient,” said Ali...
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In 2013, a collective sigh from the attendees of a Sotheby’s auction in New York echoed throughout the room. A 17th-century Kerman carpet achieved $33.8 million — more than double its pre-sale estimate. Persian rugs, handwoven from silks, cotton and wool for centuries have captivated collectors due to their antiquity and exoticism. These unique works...
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Thirty leading scientists from around the world have formed a commission to tackle two of humanity’s most pressing threats — poor nutrition and climate change — jointly, by proposing a universal diet that humans could opt in to. “Food systems have the potential to nurture human health and support environmental sustainability; however, they are currently...
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 Iranian translator Maryam Heidari has recently translated a collection of poems by the Persian blank verse poet, Ahmad Shamlu. The collection contains 70 poems and is scheduled to be published by Al-Mutawassit, an Arab publishing house in the Italian city of Milan. It will be distributed in Arab countries. Shamlu (1925-2000) wrote under the pseudonym...
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Iranian documentary ‘Beloved’, directed by Yaser Talebi will go on screen at the 2019 edition of Culinary Cinema, the dedicated food section of the Berlinale Film Festival. ‘Beloved’ follows the life of an 80-year-old mother named Firouzeh who is fond of her isolated lifestyle in nature with her cows. The film shows her kind and...
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The only perpetual tourist library of the world that dates back to 250 years ago, is located in the heart of the central Iranian city of Yazd. This library is the only permanent tourist library of the world since one of them is on a train in Japan and another on a ship in Italy,...
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Iran and Sweden signed an agreement to boost academic cooperation and expand relations between universities. Swedish Ambassador to Tehran Helena Sangeland and Sharif University of Technology President Mahmoud Fotouhi signed the agreement during a meeting in Tehran on Thursday. Sangeland accompanied with some Swedish embassy’s officials paid visits to different sections of Sharif University of...
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 A national campaign to combat cancer, aiming to increase hope among the patients as well as public awareness about the disease, has been initiated in Iran, ISNA news agency reported on Thursday. The national campaign is intended to increase public awareness about the fact that cancer is preventable and encourage public participation under the theme...
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The 16th national conference on environmental impact  assessment will be held in Tehran on February 20-21, Mehr news agency reported on Monday. The event is held annually to address different environmental issues. It is organized by the Iranian Association for Environmental Assessment in cooperation with the environment and sustainable development research center and the Department...
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