IBNA- The 16th round of a special training course, "Pathology and Paper Works Mending" held for the experts coming from Kazakhstan National Academy held at Iran's National Archive Institute.
IBNA- CEO of Iran’s Book House Institute Majid Gholami Jaliseh said that encouraging booksellers across the country and bringing people closer to bookstores are our most important incentives to support the works of cinema.
IBNA- At the third nationwide meeting of Culture Ministry directors, Ali Jannati said that Iran’s Book House Institute and Cultural Fairs Institute have taken significant steps to promote our society’s culture in recent times.
IBNA- Two missing manuscripts of the Holy Quran which were discovered in the course of a court case were handed to Abdollah Nekounam, Iran’s Consul General in Munich.
IBNA- ‘The performance plans and challenges for Iran’s National Library and Archives was presented by the head of this entity Salehi Amiri on Sunday evening during a cabinet meeting chaired by President Hassan Rouhani.
IBNA- On the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, "The Summer Program of Tomorrow Book" began in the Iranian bookshops which have participated in this program and will continue for a month.
IBNA- While considering the copyright an urgent issue by the government, the head of the Office of Iranian Writers Legal Counsel said that Iran’s joining the copyright improves its international status.
IBNA- In a seminar attended by the Iranian publication associations, CEO of the Book House Institute Majid Gholami Jaliseh said that so far, over 500 bookstores in 31 provinces have enrolled in “Summer Book Program”.
IBNA- Federal Agency for Print and Mass Communications of Russia sent a letter of appreciation to Deputy Culture Minister for Iran’s efforts in organizing the Russian delegation as the Guest of Honor at the 29thTehran International Book Fair.
IBNA- Although copyright law for the intellectual, literary and art works is breached in Iran, the government of President Hassan Rouhani has been trying to remove the problem by joining the Universal Copyright Convention.
IBNA- Iran’s National Library and Archives Organization and the National Archives Organization of China signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance mutual interaction and cooperation, including the exchange cultural and scientific documents.
IBNA- In a ceremony for honoring winners of “Book as New Year Gift Project”, Deputy Culture Minister Abbas Salehi said that This project respects readership’s choice and will continue this summer.
IBNA- In a meeting with the Bangladeshi Ambassador to Tehran Majibur Rahman Bhuiyan, Iran’s Culture Minister Ali Jannati stressed on the need for cooperation with that country in the field of book translation.
IBNA- Memorandum of cooperation between National Library and Archives Organization of Iran and the National Archives of India was signed and exchanged between the two organizations.
IBNA- Iran’s Books Museum has accommodated different sections such as documents, manuscripts, non-books, periodicals, newspapers, and printed books in its place to inform the young Iranian generation of their cultural heritages and origins.
IBNA- CEO of Iran’s Book House Institute Majid Gholami Jaliseh described the contribution of this institute to the 29th Tehran Book Fair through removing some executive duties and introducing the new face of the entity.
IBNA-Deputy Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Seyyed Abbas Salehi accompanied by two other directors of this Ministry visited Kurdistan Province in west Iran and met publishers and booksellers.
IBNA- Lambert Publications released the book ‘Centers and Procedures of Copying Manuscripts in Persian Civilization’ by Habibollah Azimi in English.
IBNA- Chairman of the board of Iran’s Printing and Packaging Industry Exporters Union said that the relocation of Tehran International Book Fair to Shahr-e Aftab will promote book export to other countries.
IBNA- In a ceremony held to honor the 20 years activity of ‘Jahan-e Ketab’ magazine, CEO of Iran’s Book House Majid Gholami Jalisseh said that unfortunately journals engaged in introducing good books to the readers are few.