23 July 2015 15:34
Research shows the drug solanzumab could slow down Alzheimer's disease with medical experts showing concern at the rising levels of those suffering with the disease.
A new drug is set to be unveiled that could slow down Alzheimer's disease. In the UK, it is thought 225,000 people will develop dementia this year. That is one person every three minutes. Research conducted...
14 July 2015 12:59
Iran has unveiled the first international Qur’an festival in the Russian capital Moscow. The week-long event features exhibits of Islamic art and culture from across the Muslim world.
14 July 2015 12:49
Iran’s tourism is already seeing a resurgence, with foreign hoteliers visiting the country to test the waters for the huge bonanza of an underdeveloped market.
Hotel groups from Germany, Greece, South Korea and Singapore have traveled to Iran in recent weeks for talks, head of the Cultural Heritage Organization Massoud Soltanifar said.
“Foreign investment groups are studying the Iranian tourism market and...
10 July 2015 15:08
The 23rd International Qur’an Exhibition in Tehran has provided an opportunity for Muslim believers to learn about the latest studies on the impact of different aspects of Qur’anic teachings on everyday life.
8 July 2015 22:37
The Turkish city of Istanbul has held an exhibition of Islamic artworks created by Iranian artists.
Titled ‘From the Earth to Heaven,’ the event was opened during a ceremony at Istanbul’s Cemal Resit Rey cultural center on July 7, 2015.
The opening ceremony was attended by Iran’s consul general in Turkey Mohsen Mortezaeifar and a number of Turkish officials, art collectors and...
6 June 2015 14:24
Iranian Vice-President and Head of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) Massoud Soltanifar announced plans to develop halal tourism in Iran and increase the number of foreign tourists visiting the country.
"Our current tourism revenues stand at $7.5bln which should increase to $30bln and Iran will be the world's halal tourism hub in future," Soltanifar told reporters in Tehran...
4 June 2015 16:33
The survey by the Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control (BCDPC) covers 1,736 primary and middle schools in the capital city.
Some 16.3 percent of middle school students smoke. Among the school staff, 33.7 percent of male employees are smokers, compared to 0.2 percent of female staff.
More than 30 percent of schools have cigarette vendors within 100 meters of campus,...
3 June 2015 9:40
A new study has recently revealed that some birds use a kind of false alarm to protect their nests from possible dangers by predators.
Birds are shameless eavesdroppers, listening and reacting to the calls of other species. If one bird spots danger and raises an alarm, other species will flee, too.
Now, new research indicates that some birds exploit this tendency in...
27 May 2015 10:02
Tehran hosted the 32nd International Quran Competition From May 15 to 23, 2015.
Memorization and recitation of verses from the holy Quran are viewed as an art-form, with the annual event attracting more and more enthusiasts.
The event brought together participants from almost all Islamic countries, providing a unique opportunity for people from different races across the continents to assemble in a...
25 May 2015 17:24
The lives of Nobel prize-winning mathematician John Nash and his wife were claimed by a car crash in New Jersey.
The Princeton University mathematician and his wife, Alicia, were killed when their taxi crashed in New Jersey on Saturday, according to the US police.
Nash, 86, and his 82-year-old wife were riding in a taxi near Monroe Township on the New Jersey Turnpike when...
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