In the Classical era, part of the present-day city of Tehran was occupied by a Median city, which in the Avesta occurs as Rhaga. It was destroyed by the Mongols in the early 13th century, and remains now as a city in Tehran Province, located towards the southern end of the modern-day city of Tehran.
Sadeghiyeh (also Sadeghieh, Sadeqiyeh) (Persian:صادقیه) is a heavily populated district of Tehran, Iran. Also called by its pre-revolutionary name Aryashahr (also Ariashahr) (Persian: آریاشهر), it is one of Tehran's busiest commercial and residential centers. It is connected via Tehran's Metro and monorail lines to other parts of the city. The Sadighiyeh metro station is one of the busiest stations in Tehran where lines 2 and 5 (Karaj Intercity Train) intersect.
Sadighiyeh has two main squares called Falakeye Aval Sadighiyeh and Falakeye Dovom Sadighiyeh.
Tehran (1941–1966) was a British Thoroughbredracehorse and sire, who raced during World War II and was best known for winning the classicSt Leger in 1944. After showing little ability as a two-year-old he improved in the following spring to win the Culford Stakes on his three-year-old debut. He ran third in the 2000 Guineas and was narrowly beaten into second place in the Derby Stakes. After winning the Whepstead Stakes he recorded his biggest win when defeating a strong field in a substitute St Leger. He won his first three races in 1945 and finished second in the Ascot Gold Cup. He later became a successful breeding stallion, siring several major winners including Tulyar.
During the Gulf diplomatic crisis, Qatar maintained good relations with Iran and steered clear of the tensions that dominated the relationship between Tehran and most Arab Gulf capitals over the past few years ... mediation if Riyadh was to press ahead with dialogue with Tehran.
Iran is discussing its potential return to compliance directly with the deal’s remaining signatories – the EU, Germany, France, the UK, China and Russia – while US officials are involved at a separate location in the Austrian capital ...Tehran says it will do so when the sanctions are lifted.
For a stand-up comic, sparring with a heckler can bring the house down. The heightened state of the audience, not to mention the rapid-fire exchange between stage and crowd, can result in memorable and viral moments ... Read More ...Honk your horns for laughs ... Born in the Iranian capital Tehran, Jobrani moved to the US with his family as a 6 year old ... .
100 best 90s movies. 100 best 90s movies. The 1990s represent a magical decade in pop culture history. The O.J ... #100 ... Badii, a man who drives through the hilly landscape outside of Tehran in search of someone to bury him after he commits suicide ... Shot on location in Tehran, Iran’s capital city, the story tells of Ali and Zahra, a poor brother and sister.
The NationalIranian Oil Company (NIOC) is dispatching one of its main drilling rigs to a northern region as it prepares to finally pump crude from oilfields located near the border with Azerbaijan... Oil is currently supplied to Tabriz refinery from wells located in the south and via pipelines that pass through the capital Tehran ... www.presstv.ir ... .
TEHRAN ... of a top nuclear scientist, which Tehran blamed on Israel ... But despite the restrictions, a number of people came out "spontaneously" in the capital Tehran, state TV said, showing the usual burning of flags and chants of "Death to America" and "Death to Israel".
TEHRAN – A capital market analyst says that TEDPIX, the main index of TehranStock Exchange (TSE), is going to improve over the next 1.5 months in comparison to the first 1.5 months of the current Iranian calendar year (started on March 21) ... .
KABUL -- At least 25 people were killed and 52 wounded after three consecutive explosions rocked outside a school in western part of Kabul, capital of Afghanistan on Saturday, the capital police confirmed ... TEHRAN -- Iran reported on Saturday 13,576 new COVID-19 cases, taking the country's total infections to 2,640,670.
... the assassination of a top nuclear scientist, which Tehran blamed on Israel ... But despite the restrictions a number of people came out "spontaneously" in the capital Tehran, state TV said, showing the usual burning of flags and chants of "Death to America" and "Death to Israel".