IBNA- The Seventeenth meeting from the series Tuesdays evenings at Hanouz Bookshop held on November 24 as the life of Sadegh Hedayat in India was considered with the Indian Persian language scholar Nadim Akhtar in attendance.
IBNA- On the last day of the 15th Vienna International Book Fair, the Austrian President Heinz Fischer visited Iran stand at the event on Sunday evening, November 15, 2015.
IBNA- Concurrent with the Book Week, the Special English Art Books Fair is underway in Arasbaran Culture House in Tehran.
IBNA- Head of The Centre for Arab & Islamic Studies at Australian National University visited the cultural and the Quranic centers at Astan-e Quds Razavi as well as Mashhad’s Ferdowsi University in Iran.
IBNA- The last book by the noted Christian Lebanese thinker and author George Jordac who profoundly loved the character and ideas of Imam Ali (AS) titled ‘The Magnificence of Nahj al-Balagha’ will be unveiled in Tehran.
IBNA- A meeting featuring Persian language and literature was held on the last day Iran’s participation at the 34th Istanbul International Book Fair.
IBNA- On the first day of the 34th Istanbul International Book Fair, a meeting was held in the Iranian stand with the theme of translation of Iranian children’s books into Turkish.
IBNA- On the second day of Istanbul Book Fair, Institute of Iranian Cultural Exhibitions held a meeting for the introduction and translation of literary classics like Rumi’s poems, Sa`di’s Boustan and Nezami’s Layli and Majnoun Anthology.
IBNA- At the 34th Istanbul International Book Fair which kicked off today, 16 Iranian Rumi experts will be introduced by Iran’s Cultural Fairs Institute.
IBNA- The Conference on the works of the Swedish geographer, explorer and photographer Sven Andres Hedin is currently underway in the Cultural Center of Tehran’s Book City and will run until Wednesday.
IBNA- The Persian translation of ‘Kafka and Photography’ a book by Carolin Duttlinger was released by Shour Afarin Publication Institute in Tehran.
IBNA- The 60th Belgrade International Book Fair is underway as Iran is a participant in this event. This year’s slogan of the fair is “What Would Happen If There Were no Books”.
IBNA- From now on, the Iranian literati will be able to exchange their views directly with Deputy Culture Minister Seyyed Abbas Salehi (PhD) via e-mail and make their proposals to him.
IBNA- Iran’s Minister of Culture Ali Jannati believes that development and promotion of the general culture of the country is only possible through dialogue and exchange of ideas and not in a cramped, greenhouse space.
IBNA- ‘A Guide Book to International Printing and Packaging Fairs’ in Persian has provided the latest information about the international print industry, packaging and related industries.
IBNA- The book ‘Lake Urmia’ introduces the famous salt lake in northwestern Iran and takes a look on this national park as well as its cultural and ecological aspects through retelling the tales of ‘Shahnameh’ by Ferdowsi.
IBNA- Although Iran’s stand at Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF) is closed, cultural measures and protests within the framework of FBF rules continue as assisted by Iranian publishers, which has put this stand on international media spotlight.
IBNA- Iran's Deputy Culture Minister Seyyed Abbas Salehi, announced that holding book fairs in different provinces develops public taste and book-reading habits.
IBNA- The Research Center of Islamic History in Iran have organized the meeting “Considering Achievements of Islamic Studies in Russia”.
IBNA- In a letter addressed to the Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and culture ministers of Islamic countries, Iran’s Culture Minister said that Book Fairs should be a place to debate ideas.