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Human in the trap of desire

Human in the trap of desire

By Pooneh Nedai Editor in chief of Shokaran magazine/ IRAN TEHRAN: The nightmare of Korean Halloween in Seoul hurt the heart of people in all over the world. I was very shocked while I had to translate at every moment news for agencies in Iran. I remember my presence in Korean Halloween several years ago. There […]

Mehran of Sindh and Iran  

Mehran of Sindh and Iran  

By Nasir Aijaz The AsiaN Representative in Pakistan Karachi: My friend Col. (R) Hassan Imam and I are nostalgic beings, as whenever we had a conversation on the phone, we used to talk of past stories related to history, heritage, culture, language and the people of Sindh. Laughingly, he often says “We are Retrophiliac, as we […]

Ahmad Samiei Gilani: A man who has lived in three centuries

Ahmad Samiei Gilani: A man who has lived in three centuries

By Alireza Bahrami TEHRAN: A cultural figure lives in Iran who has lived in 3 consecutive centuries. Ahmad Samiei Gilani is the most famous editor in Iran and whose life span was in the 13th, 14th and 15th solar centuries (Iranian calendar). He was born on January 31, 1921, while there were about 7 weeks […]

Fact checking and controlling minds

Fact checking and controlling minds

Speech delivered by Pooneh Nedai, Editor in chief of Shokaran magazine, Iran, at the World Journalists Conference (WJC2022) “Fact checking or finding reliable sources in journalism is a main column for producing valuable news or report. Nowadays that fake news has filled our life more than before, every media has responsibility for fact checking before publishing the […]

Persian, Arab harmony at Dubai Expo

Persian, Arab harmony at Dubai Expo

By Alireza Bahrami TEHRAN: The National Orchestra of Iran will perform at the Dubai Expo. This concert will be held on the evenings of October 6 and 7 under the titles of “Iranian National Day Celebrations” and “The Great Music Concert”. Salar Aghili’s concert will be accompanied by another Iranian singer, Mostafa Ragheb, with performances of […]

Iran and Afghanistan: So far, so close

Iran and Afghanistan: So far, so close

By Alireza Bahrami TEHRAN: The relationship between Iran and Afghanistan has historically been a series of contradictions and similarities. During the Persian Empire, in the distant years, Afghanistan and Tajikistan were also part of Greater Persia. In modern political geography, Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan are the three countries where the majority of people speak Persian. […]

Iran – Korea: So far, so close

Iran – Korea: So far, so close

By Alireza Bahrami TEHRAN: In the 1960s and 1970s, Iran and Korea were two countries that were both seeking to make progress. Initially, Iran made more rapid progress. But afterwards, South Korea moved faster. During these years, the two countries usually had good relations. But over the past few months, the political and economic challenges […]

Iran: Death of a young journalist just a few days before her wedding

Iran: Death of a young journalist just a few days before her wedding

By: Alireza Bahrami TEHRAN: At this moment on Tuesday evening, as I write these sentences, the family wedding of “Iranian journalist” Mahshad Karimi was supposed to take place. But her friends and family have been returning home from her grave in Tehran cemetery for an hour, and they are all depressed and sad. Last Wednesday, […]

Iran in new political era

Iran in new political era

By: Alireza Bahrami TEHRAN: The 13th presidential election was held in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This election, unlike the previous six, was not exciting, because part of the Iranian people believed that their preferred candidate would not be allowed to run in the election. Also, the difficult economic situation in Iran has created dissatisfaction. […]

Iran agrees to release sailors of seized South Korean oil tanker; captain to remain for management

Iran agrees to release sailors of seized South Korean oil tanker; captain to remain for management

SEOUL: Iran has agreed to release all sailors of a seized South Korean oil tanker except for the captain for its management, the foreign ministry confirmed Tuesday, capping weeks of tough negotiations between the two countries. The MT Hankuk Chemi, along with its 20 sailors, including five Koreans, has been held at an Iranian port […]

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