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World Handicrafts Day


 

 

  • World Handicrafts Day

    10 June 2020 / 16:36

    Tehran (ISNA) – June 10 marks World Handicrafts Day, an occasion commemorating attractive objects made by hardworking men and women in all countries.

    There are over three million people who are involved in the making of creative works, known as handicrafts.

    Last year, Iran’s handicrafts industry produced $281 million in revenue that served a fundamental role in the country’s non-oil exports.

    Today, many countries in the world value handicrafts.

    After the end of World War II, the handicrafts of countries with ancient civilizations drew the attention of developed countries.

    The first international conference of handicrafts was held on 10 July 1964 in New York City in the presence of governments’ officials, university professors, and craftspeople from over 40 countries.

    There are many artisans in Iran, especially in Shiraz City. More investment should be made in order to improve the industry of handicrafts in Iran which will solve many economic difficulties in the country as well.

    The major traditional arts in Iran include carpet weaving, vitreous enamel, toreutics, Khatam art (Persian technique of inlaying), interior decoration with mirrors, kilim (Persian rug) weaving, ceramic tile art, woodturning, and ornament making.



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Wandering the Streets - Part 33


 

 

  • Wandering the Streets - Part 33

    10 June 2020 / 15:10

    Tehran (ISNA) – Time passes and we get used to the new coronavirus more and more every day.
    We get used to reading the news of the coronavirus, daily death toll, new cases as well as new appearances in streets; people who wear face masks, and disposable gloves.
    At the beginning of the outbreak, people were constantly thinking when we can hug our family members and friends again, shake hands, and communicate easily.
    The new coronavirus is not as frightening for people as it was in the beginning because they have got used to it. As a result, questions about the daily new cases, the death toll, and the end of the coronavirus pandemic are not asked as frequently as they were asked in the beginning.
    It seems people have accepted that there is a dangerous virus strolling among them and they continue everyday life despite this danger.



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Open session of Iran’s Parliament held on Wed.


 

 

  • Open session of Iran’s Parliament held on Wed.

    10 June 2020 / 17:03

    Tehran (ISNA) – The public session of Iran’s Parliament was held on Wednesday June 10 in the presence of Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf.

    During the session, Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian and Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami delivered speeches.



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Without face mask against coronavirus


 

 

  • Without face mask against coronavirus

    12 June 2020 / 10:46

    Tehran (ISNA) – According to officials of Iran’s Health Ministry, Khuzestan is one of the worst-hit provinces of Iran during the outbreak of the new coronavirus.
    At the beginning of the outbreak, few people were following social distancing guidelines in the Province.
    Currently, more people of Khuzestan wear face masks and disposable gloves, but there are still people who do not wear them.
    There are people in this province worried about the outbreak but are forced to be outside their homes.
    Although restrictions of the coronavirus were imposed in the province, people were being seen in the streets for shopping while not following social distancing guidelines.
    As a result, the daily cases of the coronavirus are much higher in Khuzestan Province in comparison with other provinces of Iran.



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‘Sangan Concentrate Plant’ inaugurated by Iranian President


 

 

  • ‘Sangan Concentrate Plant’ inaugurated by Iranian President

    12 June 2020 / 10:41

    Tehran (ISNA) – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani inaugurated “Sangan Concentrate Plant” on Thursday June 11 through video conference.

    The Plant is located in Khorasan Razavi Provine and will produce five million tons of iron ore concentrate a year.