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Iranian ministers announce plans for creating development bank
Two Iranian ministers announced the government's intention to turn the country’s Bank Maskan into a development bank.
Can this old BP oil refinery help Iran beat Donald Trump?
The aim is to turn the war-scarred plant into a producer of quality fuel so Iran doesn’t have to rely on imports
By Golnar Motevalli
India seeks local partner to start Chabahar development
Indian authorities in charge of upgrading Chabahar Port in Iran plan to team up with a local company as the selection of a private partner under a fresh tender issued in July drags on.
Research refutes theory linking family income, genetics, brain development
Researchers have debunked a popular theory linking socioeconomic status, genetics and cognitive development.
UN priority to support Iran Development Plan: Coordinator
United Nations main priority in Iran is to support the country's National Development Plan, the UN Resident Coordinator in Iran said on Tuesday.
Cancer treatment: New thermotherapy development is ‘game changer’
Cancer could be one step closer to having a cure after scientists discovered a new way to kill cancerous cells.
Gender-based violence hindering development in Uganda
The National Population and Housing Census 2014 results show that there are 16,935,456 million males in Uganda, compared to 17,921,357 million females.
New process opens drug development for new steroid class
Researchers from Dartmouth College developed a new technique to produce synthetic steroids that reduces the time and expense needed to develop new drugs.
Total to discuss development of South Pars Phase 11 soon
A meeting between representatives of Total Company and the Iranian manufacturers of oil industrial parts and equipment will be held on Wednesday, said the head of Society of Iranian Petroleum Industries Equipment Manufacturers.
Maku experiencing rapid development
Cultural Heritage Desk
IRGC official calls for development of country’s defensive capabilities
Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami called for development of country’s defensive capabilities including those of naval force.
Poverty impeding Global Sustainable Development
While nearly 1.1 billion people escaped extreme poverty between 1990 and 2013 because of strong economic growth that benefited the world’s poorest, "the number of people living in extreme poverty remains unacceptably high, with nearly 800 million living on or below US$1.90 per day," according to a new UN document.

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