IBNA- In the meeting held on “Physics Lexicology, History and Pathology”, CEO of Iran’s Book House Majid Gholami Jalisseh stated: “Applied sciences are more significant in forming infrastructures.”
IBNA- In the closing ceremony of the National Festival of Zeinab (SA) in Zanjan, the Culture Minister Ali Jannati said: “Ministry of Culture has attempted to facilitate distribution among the cultural figures and writers on a fair basis.”
IBNA- CEO of Iran’s Book House Majid Gholami Jaliseh, had a meeting with Majid Sarsangi, Managing Director of Iran’s Artists Forum Yesterday evening, to discuss ways of working together.
IBNA- Paying special attention to young writers and their works in recent years, Cheshmeh Publications, which has assisted the development of novels in the society, has opened a new store in Kourosh Complex in Tehran.
IBNA- A jury panel which was tasked with selecting the first Iranian book capital, appointed the major city of Ahvaz in the southwest of Iran as the first Iran’s book capital.
IBNA- Iran's Culture Minister Ali Jannati said today: “Government should impose restrictions, considering the developments in printing industry in Iran, on the import of products which have reached sufficiency within the country.”
IBNA- Zaven Qukasyan, the Iranian-Armenian film writer and historian of cinema died of stomach cancer in his home in Isfahan yesterday. He is known as the first film critic in the Iran who wrote books on single films.
IBNA- The second edition of the book ‘Soft News and Hard News; Advanced Journalism’ by Mohammad Reza Noroozpour in Persian has been released. The book considers soft news from all views considered in journalism today.
You have probably heard that 4 years following the presidency of ‘Youngsuk “Y.S.” Chi in IPA (International Publishers Association), director of Bloomsbury Publishing Richard Charkin has taken the control of IPA in his hand.
IBNA- On the eve of the anniversary of Fajr Days and the second phase of development of IBNA’s website, this news agency is officially running, updated with four foreign languages.
IBNA- The Friendship Association of Iran and Tajikistan intends to hold the second specialized Iran and Tajikistan Publications Seminar to be attended by publishers, managers and experts.
IBNA- At a meeting held by the Board of Trustees of Iran's Book House, Majid Gholami Jaliseh was appointed as the new CEO of Iran's Book House by a majority vote today.
IBNA- The secretariat of Farabi International Festival announced that this event will be held on January 31 with the participation of scholars, university instructors and researchers of humanities as well as Islamic sciences.
IBNA- The book titled ‘United Nations Development Program in Asia’ compiled by Seyyed Davoud Aqa’ee and Fatemeh Habibi, aiming at the presentation of the U.N. Development Programs, has been printed.
IBNA- Deputy Minister of Culture and the Islamic Guidance stated that discussing about Resistance Economy we have to direct a great deal of our attempts toward saving the printing industry from dependence.
IBNA- The board of selection and purchase of books at the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance has set buying more than 43,000 copies of new books published by the Iranian publishers on the agenda.
IBNA- While referring to the challenges of publishing industry, Seyyed Abbas Salehi, the Deputy Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, said we require a rich educational and research backing to improve this industry alongside other industries.
IBNA- Inaugurating the 9th Bushehr Book Fair, Deputy Minister of Culture Abbas Salehi announced the publication of 48,092 book titles in the country which indicate a %12 increase compared with the same period last year.
IBNA- While criticizing the slow function of the higher education system, Yusef Sobuti, an eternal figure of physics in Iran, said: ‘Giving the authority to the universities to determine the content of the textbooks should have started earlier.’
IBNA-The satirical book of the celebrated Iranian author Houshang Moradi Kermani, with its bitter look at social topics collected in ‘Tah khiyar’, was received warmly by book readers and competed closely with the novel ‘Incident’ (Ettefaq) as the best sellers in Tehran bookstores.