Directed by Arun Gopalan, his film "Tehran" concluded its shooting, announced the makers on October 15. Starring Bollywood actor John Abraham and Miss World turned Bollywood actress Manushi Chhillar is a suspense thriller, likely to release early next year. The film's wrap was announced in a creative and interesting video format, said to be film's clip. In the shared video, John was having rugged look, whereas Manushi was looking… read-more
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After the recent Ek Villian Returns", Bollywood actor John Abraham is set to be stared in another movie, "Tehran". Directed by Arun Gopal, the movie makers made an official announcement regarding the shoot of "Tehran" on July 13. Maddock Films, Vijan's production banner, shared the first-look video of Abraham on its official Twitter page, with the caption, "Lights. Camera. Time for some ACTION! #Tehran shoot begins… read-more
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Iran will not recognise the new Taliban government (Islamic Emirate) if it doesn't include all ethnic groups in the government, said Iranian Ambassador Bahadur Aminian, on January 2. ''We benevolently call on the Taliban rulers to form an inclusive government,'' added Aminian. However, the Taliban has stated that their government is based on its own national interests and that Iran is trying to interfere in Afghan affairs.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar is set to visit the Iranian capital 'Tehran' over a two-day visit on August 5. The Ministers will attend the ceremony of a newly-elected Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, and hold talks with the other leaders. However, several officials including the head of the state and foreign ministers from 73 different countries will be present. Moreover, an invitation to India is an opportunity for mutual benefits… read-more
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Ahead of the US Presidential elections, Iran is said to have started construction at Natanz nuclear facility. The information was revealed through the satellite images released on October 28 and Tehran, according to the UN Nuclear agency is building an underground Assembly plant. An Iranian official confirmed that, “Nothing in Iran regarding its peaceful nuclear program is being done in secret.” Reportedly, the strained relationship between… read-more
Courtesy: The Times of India
Iran government on October 18 celebrated the termination of UN's arms embargo (arms ban) against the country imposed in 2007. The enduring ban on arms' purchase has come to an end under the terms of UNSC resolution, which was passed after the signing of 2015 Nuclear Deal. Iran's Foreign Ministry said that the country can now "procure any necessary arms and equipment" for its defence purposes.
Courtesy: The Hindu