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.
TEHRAN. The Iranian capital Tehran has held its main public Friday prayer service for the first time in 20 months, after it was halted amid the COVID-19 pandemic ... protocols would be followed to protect the expected hundreds of worshippers during the ceremony at Tehran University.
The Iranian capital Tehran has held its main public Friday prayer service for the first time in 20 months, after it was halted amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Organisers said beforehand that all health protocols would be followed to protect the expected hundreds of worshippers during the ceremony at Tehran University.
TEHRAN – The Iranian capital Tehran has held its main public Friday prayer service for the first time in 20 months, after it was halted amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizers said beforehand that all health protocols would be followed to protect the worshippers during the ceremony at Tehran University.
Marking the first Friday prayers in Iran’s capital Tehran in 20 months, speakers have called for unity among various Islamic sects, describing it “the strongest weapon in our hands.” ... This year, the event coincided with the first Friday prayers in Tehran since the spread of COVID-19 across the country in early 2020 ... ‘Unity is a strategy’ ... ....
A massive fire that broke out in a privately owned food processing factory located some 90 kilometers to the southwest of the Iranian capital Tehran has caused nearly $200 million in damage to warehouses and equipment ... Zarandieh's governor Siamak Soleymani said that two people had been injured in the fire which started overnight around 3.30 a.m ... ....
Hopes are fading fast of coaxing Tehran back into serious nuclear talks. EU officials failed last week to persuade Iran’s new hardline administration to agree on a date to resume negotiations in Vienna over reviving a 2015 pact President Barack Obama struck with Tehran.
Civil servants have been ordered to return to offices in the Iranian capital Tehran and other cities in the country as the government moves to gradually lift coronavirus restrictions amid improved vaccination rates against the disease. Tehran Province’s deputy governor Gholamreza ...
Tehran — Iran plans to host a conference in the capital Tehran next week on the political future and formation of a new government in Afghanistan. "The conference on Wednesday next week [October 27] will be attended by the foreign ... .