IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 18 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Appointment of a deputy interior minister months after the seat was vacated was the front-page news of many dailies on Monday. Also dominating the front pages of several newspapers were the martyrdom of a number of Hezbollah combatants in an Israeli raid on Syria, and the amount of annual bonuses laborers will receive at the end of the year.
Abrar: “For now, there are no orders to dissolve any bank,” said an observer member of the Money and Credit Council. [His comments came after the Central Bank of Iran reported that one bank and a number of financial institutes are operating without proper permits.]
Afarinesh: The Supreme Court has upheld the main part of the ruling issued in the case of former first vice-president [Mohammad Reza Rahimi under Mahmoud Ahmadinejad].
Afarinesh: A ceremony has been held in honor of Mohammad Ali Keshavarz whose artistic career has spanned six decades.
Aftab-e Yazd: Mohammad Hossein Moghimi has been named deputy interior minister for political affairs.
Aftab-e Yazd: The amount of lead in poultry is 47 percent more than the standard level.
Aftab-e Yazd: Between 2009 and 2013 some 90,000 luxury cars were imported.
Arman-e Emrooz: The Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs has announced that a number of individuals who have committed major sport offenses have been arrested.
Asia: Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu arrives in Tehran on Monday.
Asr-e Iranian: “After the go-ahead of parliament, water, electricity and gas offered to households with low consumption will be free,” said an MP.
Asrar: “As many as 35 million people are exposed to pollution,” said the director of the Environment Protection Organization.
Ebtekar: “Efforts to eliminate reformism [from the political equation] are useless,” said Mohammad Reza Aref, a senior reformist leader.
Ebtekar: “Hurling insults at Muslims will only render them more defiant,” said Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.
Eghtesad-e Pooya: The volume of trade between Iran and Iraq has hit the $12 billion mark.
Etemad: “Nuclear negotiators are moving ahead within the framework [the establishment] has set,” said Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior advisor to the Supreme Leader.
Etemad: “I am closer to Mr. Hashemi [Rafsanjani] than to my father,” Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati said.
Ettela’at: A gun-running ring has been busted in Hormozgan Province.
Ettela’at: The Supreme Cultural Revolution Council has met to discuss the explosive growth of higher education in the country.
Hemayat: “The West will pay a dear price for hurling insults at the Prophet Muhammad,” said the Iranian attorney general.
Iran: To mark the Clean Air Day, Iranian children have staged a symbolic rally.
Kayhan: Students will gather outside the French embassy in Tehran at 15:00 local time on Monday to protest against the French government’s support for sacrilegious measures of Charlie Hebdo.
Sepid: “As many as 47 million Iranians have unhealthy eating habits,” said a deputy health minister.
Shahrvand: “Iran is the Rhinoplasty capital of the world,” said the secretary of an international body contouring congress.
Siasat-e Rooz: “We can sink a US aircraft carrier,” said the commander of the naval forces of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps.
Tehran Times: First Iranian-made electric car unveiled.
Tehran Times: Iran reiterates support for Iraq in fighting terrorists.
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