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Giti’s singing at a wedding ceremony

Giti Pashaei Tehrani (23 Khordad 1319 – 17 May 1374) stands as a revered figure in music and cinema. Her journey from a traditional musical upbringing to becoming a celebrated singer and composer, particularly in the post-revolutionary period, is a testament to her versatility and resilience. This article delves into the life, career, and enduring legacy of Giti Pashaei Tehrani, …

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Rambod Javan, behind the scenes of a theater

Rambad Javan Tabrizi, born on January 1, 1972 (1350 AH) , is a renowned actor, director, and TV presenter. Coming from a traditional Azerbaijani family, Javan’s artistic journey began in the realm of theater, which laid the foundation for his subsequent success in television and cinema.In the early 1990s, Javan’s career was primarily rooted in the theater. His performances on …

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Fereydon Tawangari, torturer of Savak and known as Arash

Fereydon Tawangari, also known by his alias Arash, was a prominent figure within the infamous SAVAK (Sazeman-e Ettela’at va Amniyat-e Keshvar), Homeland’s pre-revolutionary intelligence and security organization. Born in 1329 in the Iranian calendar (1950/1951 in the Gregorian calendar), Tawangari’s life and career remain controversial and widely discussed, especially considering his role in the oppressive regime of the Shah and …

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Hossein Shariatmadari, director of Keyhan newspaper

Hossein Shariatmadari (born in 1326) is a fundamentalist journalist who has been the representative of the legal guardian and head of the Keihan Institute since 1972 by order of Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the leader of the Islamic Republic , and has been the responsible director of the Keihan newspaper since the mid-70s. In 2009, Newsweek magazine ranked him 17th among …

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Who is Mostafa Pourmohammadi?

Mostafa Pour-Mohammadi is a significant figure in Iranian politics, known for his various roles in government and controversial involvement in historical events. Born in Qom, Pour-Mohammadi has served as Minister of Interior from 2005 to 2008 and as Minister of Justice from 2013 to 2017. His career has been marked by his positions in the intelligence and judiciary sectors, along …

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Amazing things will happen to your body if you stop wearing pants

Cellulite, often referred to as “orange peel” skin, is a common concern for many people, particularly women. It’s characterized by a dimpled, lumpy appearance on the skin, most frequently appearing on the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen. Despite being a natural and harmless condition, cellulite is often a source of aesthetic concern. Numerous factors contribute to the development and exacerbation …

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Rare photos of Hossein Pakdel

Hossein Pakdel, a multifaceted talent, has left an indelible mark on the realms of literature, theater, and cinema. Born in 1338, Pakdel’s journey through the artistic landscape of Homelaand has been as diverse as it has been influential. From his tenure as a radio host to his directorial ventures in theater and film, Pakdel’s contributions have garnered both acclaim and …

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Less seen photos of Majid Ghanad

Majid Qanad, born on July 5, 1333, is a revered figure in Iran’s entertainment industry, particularly known for his contributions to children’s and teenagers’ programming on radio. With a diverse portfolio spanning directing, producing, and presenting, Qanad has left an indelible mark on media. His journey is a testament to dedication, talent, and a passion for enriching the lives of …

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signs someone really dislikes you but hides it well, according to psychology

Excessive politeness is a red flag when it comes to somebody secretly disliking you.The politeness essentially serves as a suit of armor for this person:By doing everything “correctly” they can block any real and genuine interaction with you, keeping their mask on socially.As psychology researcher Vlad Niculae found in an extensive study based on behavior of strategy boardgame players: “Players …

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