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  • Iran Coronavirus: 2,845 New Cases and 166 Deaths

    Iran Coronavirus: 2,845 New Cases and 166 Deaths

    The coronavirus pandemic caused by the new respiratory virus‌‌‌‌‌‌ has killed over 957000 people and infected 30,723,911 worldwide; Coronavirus cases continue to surge in Iran with hospitals in provinces such as Tehran and Isfahan reporting new records with regularity.

  • Knowledge-based companies in full swing to tackle sanctions

    Knowledge-based companies in full swing to tackle sanctions

    Domestic knowledge-based companies are now flourished to the extent that 300 Iranian products have replaced the sanctioned foreign ones, helping the country to take steps toward a knowledge-based economy to reduce the impact of sanctions.

  • Presence of Asiatic cheetah possible in Isfahan

    Presence of Asiatic cheetah possible in Isfahan

    Noting that the presence of cheetahs in Abbas'abad Wildlife Refuge has been confirmed in recent years, the deputy head of monitoring and supervision department of Isfahan General Directorate for Environmental Protection said, "Isfahan province has nearly one million hectares of areas where the presence of Asiatic cheetahs is possible."

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  • Iran Coronavirus: 2,845 New Cases and 166 Deaths

    Iran Coronavirus: 2,845 New Cases and 166 Deaths

    The coronavirus pandemic caused by the new respiratory virus‌‌‌‌‌‌ has killed over 957000 people and infected 30,723,911 worldwide; Coronavirus cases continue to surge in Iran with hospitals in provinces such as Tehran and Isfahan reporting new records with regularity.

  • Lake Urmia to get revived in 2028

    Lake Urmia to get revived in 2028

    "One billion cubic meters of water will enter Lake Urmia this year, and the ecological level of this natural heritage will reach the required threshold till 2028," the

  • Knowledge-based companies in full swing to tackle sanctions

    Knowledge-based companies in full swing to tackle sanctions

    Domestic knowledge-based companies are now flourished to the extent that 300 Iranian products have replaced the sanctioned foreign ones, helping the country to take steps toward a knowledge-based economy to reduce the impact of sanctions.

  • Presence of Asiatic cheetah possible in Isfahan

    Presence of Asiatic cheetah possible in Isfahan

    Noting that the presence of cheetahs in Abbas'abad Wildlife Refuge has been confirmed in recent years, the deputy head of monitoring and supervision department of Isfahan General Directorate for Environmental Protection said, "Isfahan province has nearly one million hectares of areas where the presence of Asiatic cheetahs is possible."

  • Dark autumn lurking Isfahan amid pandemic

    Dark autumn lurking Isfahan amid pandemic

    Recent studies amid the Coronavirus pandemic indicate that air pollution is attributed to premature deaths of about 9 million people around the world each year.

  • Pars-1 got through final trials

    Pars-1 got through final trials

    Iran's Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Mohammad Javad Azari-Jahromi said on Monday that the final trials of the country’s most advanced domestically-made remote-sensing satellite have been successfully completed.

  • Development of Isfahan green spaces under optimal resource management

    Development of Isfahan green spaces under optimal resource management

    "Developing urban green space with the optimal resource management approach and providing the maximum value creation, is one of the policies of this organization through this year," the CEO of Isfahan's Parks and Green Spaces Organization said.

  • Iran Coronavirus: 2,089 New Cases and 128 Deaths

    Iran Coronavirus: 2,089 New Cases and 128 Deaths

    Iran's Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat-Lari said on Sunday that 128 more Iranians have lost their lives as a result of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) over the past 24 hours taking the country’s tally of total deaths to 23,157.

  • Tourism diplomacy

    Tourism diplomacy

    One of the best ways to gain mutual understanding of any nation is to get acquainted with its culture, and the best approach to know the culture is through traveling and getting around in the destination; the way chosen by the Swiss Foreign Minister who took a tour to Isfahan before attending any official meetings in Tehran.

  • International Film Festival for Children and Young Adults to go online

    International Film Festival for Children and Young Adults to go online

    Referring to the holding of the 33rd International Film Festival for Children and Young Adults in Isfahan, Ghodratollah Norouzi said, "Different opinions have so far been proposed on how this festival is to be hold; however, pursuant to the decision of the Policy Council, the festival will be betided virtually, in full compliance with health protocols" the resolution has been made in support of filmmakers with expertise in children and adolescence films as well as the festival audience, who are now mostly stay at home due to the spread of the Coronavirus."