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The first woman who worked with a sewing machine in homeland

Undoubtedly, textile and clothing industry is one of the most popular and important industries for human beings. Since the beginning of human creation, proper clothing has been one of the most important human needs. For procuring this vital need a really long way has passed from the plants’ leaves to all kinds of modern clothing.

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About the death of Iraj Ghaderi’s son

Iraj Ghaderi (1934 – 2012) was a film director and actor. He briefly studied to become a pharmacist, but soon dropped out.Iraj Ghaderi studied in pharmacology but did not finish the program. His artistic career began in 1956 with playing in the film Intersection Accidents by Samuel Khachikian. He established the film company Panorama with Moosa Afshar in 1963.

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Neli who was a singer passed away

An Singer born in 1956, named “Shamsi Ashtari” Known as “Neli” she began her musical career in her teens.She sang in a very westernized style of persian pop, but still maintained a distinct style with Persian melodies. Along with her soft and tender voice in both sad ballads and happy pop songs she put herself beside many of then popular …

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Allahyar Sayyadmanesh engaged with a Turkish girl

Allahyar Sayyadmanesh (born 29 June 2001) is an persian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Hull City on loan from Fenerbahçe. He also plays for the Iranian national team.In 2018, he was named by The Guardian as one of the 60 best young talents in world football.[3]

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Mohammad Jahanara who was Khorramshahr Corps Command

Mohammad Jahanara was born on 31 August 1954 in Khorramshahr in the region of Khuzestan, and in 1968 he created the Allaho Akbar political movement that opposed Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi’s monarchy. In 1978 he fought the government as a member of the Mansoron group and after the Iranian Revolution he helped to create the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Council (IRGC) …

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Nader Shafiq, grandson of Ashraf Pahlavi

  Shahriar Shafiq (March 1945 – 7 December 1979) was an Imperial Navy Captain and a member of the House of Pahlavi. He was the son of Shahdokht (equivalent to English term Princess) Ashraf Pahlavi, twin sister of the Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

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The collapse of a 10-storey Metropol building in Abadan

Five people have been killed when a 10-storey building in Iran’s southern city of Abadan partly collapsed and rescuers are trying to help at least 80 people left trapped under the rubble, Iranian state TV reports.

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Meghan Markle channels as she congratulates her husband with a kiss after his latest polo victory

Meghan Markle had a My Fair Lady moment as she joined Prince Harry at a polo tournament yesterday.The Duchess of Sussex, 40, stepped out in a black wide brim hat, black and white polka dot blouse and £670 high-rise pleated shorts as she cheered on her husband at the Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.

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