Girls and women before and after revolution

 From students sporting mullet haircuts and flares to colourful VW Beetles careering down tree-lined avenues into central – surprising images, taken before the revolution, have emerged online. Read More »

North Korea’s arrival in Pyeongchang greeted with protests

 Wearing a blue logo of a map symbolising peace between North and South Korea, the most talked-about team at the Winter Olympics was in action on Sunday in a friendly that drew thousands of spectators. Read More »

The most Unusual Facts About Females That Are Totally True

 Ever argued with your female friend over those white curtains that she claimed to be either eggshell or cream? Well, that’s due to women seeing on average 20% more differences in colors and shapes. 13. Women see more colors. Read More »

Nazanin Boniadi in the Espionage Counterpart

 there is an element of that thrown in as well, as the story is built around the idea that there is a parallel universe hidden from the world by a Berlin-based United Nations spy agency. Read More »

Artist visits injured movie star in hospital

 Elnaz Shakerdoost (born June 27, 1984 ) is an actress, designer and model. She is one of the most popular actresses in Iran and currently has 5.8 million followers on Instagram. In elementary school, Elnaz Shakerdoust became interested in acting and later received a degree in Theater from Azad University. Read More »

Does Height Really Determine Career Success?

 It’s no surprise that height is strongly correlated to success in professional sports like basketball, where how high one can reach is an explicit part of winning the game. But it’s bothersome to think that we would vote for someone based on a physical attribute that has nothing to do with the job. Read More »

Massive hard snow in the capital

 Heavy snowfalls have forced airports and schools to close, while hundreds of cars have been blocked on highways out of the capital for hours.Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International and Mehrabad airports were shut due to poor visibility “until further notice,” state television said on January 28. Read More »

Students in the Soviet Union and Russia

 Education in the Soviet Union was organized in a highly centralized government-run system. Its advantages were total access for all citizens and post-education employment. The Soviet Union recognized that the foundation of their system depended upon an educated population and development in the broad fields of engineering, the natural sciences, the life sciences and social sciences, along with basic education. Read More »

how to start your modelling career abroad?

 Elham Arab, famous for her blonde hair, a doll-like look and wedding dress model shoots, is one of a number of models that was caught up in a sting operation code-named “Spider 2”. It was aimed at models and other figures in the fashion industry who had advertised their services or appeared on Instagram and other social media sites. Elham ... Read More »

Unexpected Foods to Avoid That Can Be Toxic for Your Skin

 “Drinking alcohol is one of the worst things you can do for your skin,” says Time Bomb skincare expert Bolder. Unfortunately, after the positive feelings you were having while drinking alcohol fade away, you’ll be left with many side effects. First, alcohol promotes hormone disruption that leads to acne. Second, it lowers your immune system by replacing very important bacteria ... Read More »