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Tarighat Monfared: Five Million Iranians Lack Health Insurance

Iranian Health Minister Mohammad Hassan Tarighat Monfared says three to five million people in Iran lack health insurance. With the population of 80 million, only 5% of Iranians do not have health insurance. At this time, Ministry of Welfare and Social Security is responsible for insuring Iranians who don’t receive supports from their employers. “Statistics show that three to five million people don’t have ...

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Health Ministry Allows Iranian Pilgrims to Visit Saudi Arabia despite Spread of Corona Virus

Although the government of Saudi Arabia has already issued warnings about the spread of corona virus during upcoming Hajj ceremony, the Health Minister of Iran announced on Tuesday that corona virus doesn’t pose any risks to Iranian pilgrims visiting this country. “Fortunately, we have not yet received any reports about the infection of Iranian pilgrims in this regard. According to studies conducted by Mini ...

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Education Ministry of Iran to Present New Methods of Learning Foreign Languages

According to the curriculum of Education Ministry of Iran, student should learn at least two foreign languages, including Arabic and English, in high schools. Many analysts have already censured the old methods of Iranian schools for teaching foreign languages to students. It is noteworthy that a fraction number of students that graduated from Iranian high schools can talk and write in Arabic and English. H ...

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Socialists: Economic Pressures Affect Lifestyles of Iranians

Socialists in Iran suggest that current economic pressures on youngsters can dramatically change their lifestyles. At this time, almost 30% of Iranians are unemployed and the current inflation rate is more than 35%. “Iranian youngsters have different types of priorities for their life. The current generation of young people in Iran consists of rich and poor people. The poor populations of youngsters are una ...

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Iranian Government to Launch ‘Easy Marriage’ Project

As the inflation and unemployment rates have been increased dramatically in Iran, many young people failed to marry on time. In last decade, the average age of marriage in Iran for males was 27. This number has been increased to 30, which has raised questions against the performance of Iranian government over controlling this measure. Masoud Amini, Deputy Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, announced on S ...

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Iranian Film Directors and Police to Hold Joint Session to Discuss Cinema’s Problems

Iranian police announced on Tuesday that film directors and officials of Tehran Police will hold a joint session in order to discuss issues related to cinema industry. Social Deputy of Police Forces Saeed Montazer al-Mahdi says the upcoming session has been planned according to the requests sent by film directors. “We used to hold this type of friendly sessions before. The results of such summits are large ...

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Iranian MPs Consider Plans to Relocate the Capital

Iranian MPs are currently considering plans in the hope of moving the capital out of Tehran. In 2010, Iranian government suggested to relocate the capital due to security and administrative reasons. Mehdi Chamran, who presides Tehran City Council since 2003, says MPs must review this plan cautiously as many risks involve in relocating the capital. “In fact, this is not a new project, and its possibility has ...

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Fake ‘Snail Creams’ Cause Controversy in Iran

‘Kerem Halazun’ is the name of an Iranian beauty product which has been advertised massively in state television channels. Sepideh Mahan Inc was the name of the producer of this type of snail creams in Iran. According to local media reports, studies suggest that Kerem Halazun was not developed in the country, and it was being imported illegally to Iran. Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) has also ...

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Ghalibaf Warns Against Possible Earthquakes in Tehran

As Iran is one of the most seismically active countries in the world, Tehran is being crossed by several major fault lines. Analysts and socialists have repeatedly warned against possible trembles in Tehran, and urged the city officials to improve public facilities in order to cope with the massive outcomes of possible quakes in Tehran. Mohammad Baghe Ghalibaf, Tehran Mayor, says governmental and private co ...

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Education Ministry of Iran to Employ Clergymen in Schools

Mohammad Bonyadi, Iranian deputy minister of Education, says seminaries must prepare Mullahs to serve in schools, and teach Islamic lessons to children and youngsters. Accordingly, the Education Ministry of Iran is planning to employ clergymen in the hope of reinforcing Islamic values between Iranian students across the country. “Until now, we have managed to hire 21,000 clergymen to serve in schools. At th ...

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