In the Classical era, part of the present-day city of Tehran was occupied by a Median city, which in the Avesta occurs as Rhaga. It was destroyed by the Mongols in the early 13th century, and remains now as a city in Tehran Province, located towards the southern end of the modern-day city of Tehran.
Sadeghiyeh (also Sadeghieh, Sadeqiyeh) (Persian:صادقیه) is a heavily populated district of Tehran, Iran. Also called by its pre-revolutionary name Aryashahr (also Ariashahr) (Persian: آریاشهر), it is one of Tehran's busiest commercial and residential centers. It is connected via Tehran's Metro and monorail lines to other parts of the city. The Sadighiyeh metro station is one of the busiest stations in Tehran where lines 2 and 5 (Karaj Intercity Train) intersect.
Sadighiyeh has two main squares called Falakeye Aval Sadighiyeh and Falakeye Dovom Sadighiyeh.
Tehran (1941–1966) was a British Thoroughbredracehorse and sire, who raced during World War II and was best known for winning the classicSt Leger in 1944. After showing little ability as a two-year-old he improved in the following spring to win the Culford Stakes on his three-year-old debut. He ran third in the 2000 Guineas and was narrowly beaten into second place in the Derby Stakes. After winning the Whepstead Stakes he recorded his biggest win when defeating a strong field in a substitute St Leger. He won his first three races in 1945 and finished second in the Ascot Gold Cup. He later became a successful breeding stallion, siring several major winners including Tulyar.
Iran’s telecoms minister says two major internet companies from Russia and China cancelled ... He said Yandex made the announcement just a day after then Iranian and Russian telecoms ministers had signed an agreement in Tehran to allow Yandex to start its operations in the country.
Later on Wednesday, Iran’s Telecoms MinisterMohammad Javad Azari Jahromi denied Tehran had a failed satellite launch, but offered no explanation for the activity at the spaceport ... It wasn’t immediately clear why Iran would have picked June 12 for a launch as Tehran typically schedules such launches for national commemorations.
Iran’s Telecoms MinisterMohammad Javad Azari Jahromi later on Wednesday denied Tehran had a failed satellite launch, but offered no explanation for the activity at the spaceport ... It wasn’t immediately clear why Iran would have picked June 12 for a launch as Tehran typically schedules such launches for national commemorations.
TEHRAN (Dispatches) - Iran’s second mobile operatorMTN Irancell has launched a first commercial 5G internet service in the country in a location in the capital Tehran... MTN Irancell, the largest data operator in Iran, had already rolled out non-commercial 5G services in three locations in Tehran.
Iran’s second mobile operatorMTN Irancell has launched a first commercial 5G internet service in the country in a location in the capital Tehran. The operator said on its website on Tuesday that the service had come on line earlier in the day in a ceremony attended by Iran’s telecoms minister Mohammad Javad Azari.
All the same, relations between the two countries are expected to be relatively better with Washington and Tehran accommodating the interests of each other in countries such as Iraq and Afghanistan... multi-billion-dollar contracts in the energy, infrastructure and telecom sectors.
TEHRAN (Press TV) - Iran’s Telecoms MinisterMohammad Javad Azari Jahromi says household access to fifth-generation (5G) broadband service will begin in the country by February 2021 ...Major mobile operators in Iran, including MCI and MTN Irancell, have started works on installing 5G masts in several locations in the capital Tehran ... ....
US authorities have said Ms Wanzhou misled HSBC bank of information that revealed the nature of Huawei’s relationship with a company which was providing telecoms equipment to Iran, thus exposing HSBC to possible violations of sanctions against Tehran.
The official IRNA news agency said the NINMotherData Center had been launched earlier in the day in a ceremony attended by telecoms authorities and senior government and parliament officials ...Iran mobile operator launches second 5G mast in capital Tehran ... Iran’s telecoms minister ...
An Iranian mobile operator has launched a second antenna for providing superfast internet based on the so-called fifth generation technology (5G) in the capital Tehran... Azari said the 5G mast is a second of five sites providing superfast internet that are planned to come on line in Tehran until late September.
Huawei CFOMengWanzhou’s is fighting against extradition from Canada to the US, where she is accused of bank fraud for misleading HSBC about Huawei’s relationship with a company operating in Iran, putting HSBC at risk of fines and penalties for breaking US sanctions on Tehran.
sanctions on Tehran. Anger in China over the treatment of Meng and Huawei, the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker, has led to criticism of London-headquartered HSBC intensifying in recent days, with the latest salvo fired by website China.com.cn. "The role of HSBC in the Meng Wanzhou incident is already clear ... "In the U.S ... .