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The political situation in Pakistan seems to have gone haywire. It is clear that the 'democratic' process has been severely damaged in that sovereign nation state.
An Iranian-born human rights activist told Newsmax TV on Thursday that she is working to bring eight badly burned young survivors of a deadly 2008 school fire in Iran to the United States for reconstructive surgery.
An Iranian airplane traveling to the country's western city of Kermanshah from Tehran flew back to Tehran after experiencing technical problems.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision this week to cancel the foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan has drawn much political flak at home and generated some international concern that the NDA government might be departing from its proclaimed commitment to improve relations with the neighbours.
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Tehran-based Hungarian painter Gizella Varga Sinaii, who is the wife of prominent Iranian filmmaker Khosro Sinaii, has directed a short mobile film about a painting from her series "Travel Diary".
Ellie Rafighi, a 29-year-old Iranian on a student visa, received a letter from HSBC informing her about the imminent termination of her two-year-old account last year.
Your flight, on Lufthansa Airlines, will leave Frankfurt, Germany and travel nonstop to the Maldive Islands in the Indian Ocean.
As the sit-ins have paralysed life in the Capital for the last week due to blockades at different points, the prospective international travelers have also been left in the lurch as many could not reach hospitals for polio vaccination certificates.
Simin Behbahani was 82 and nearly blind when the Tehran regime imposed a travel ban on the fearless, celebrated poet.
KARACHI: The Pakistan Standards and Quality Control Authority is fully aware of the substandard counterfeit products and has already launched a crackdown on these products in the best interest of consumers and industry.
Iran plans to place 400,000 electric motorcycles and 140,000 hybrid taxi cabs on the market as part of a plan backed by the Oil Ministry to help protect the environment, the managing director of the Iran Fuel Conservation Company said on Saturday.
A billionaire philanthropist has been named in a lawsuit against an anti-Iran group that threatens to expose U.S. government secrets.
A delegation of young students of Pakistani universities from all over the country recently visited South Korea under an exchange programme introduced by the Government of Korea in collaboration with two well-known universities of South Korea, Dongshin University and Semyong University.
"It's basically an opportunity for faculty, staff and student ambassadors around grounds to welcome the international students, during their first experience on grounds," said Danny Houser.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 04:58 am
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