Monday, April 22, 2024
    HomeTelanganaIran highlights women's empowerment

    Iran highlights women’s empowerment

    Related stories

    MLC Kavitha’s bail petition to be heard at Rouse Avenue Court

    MLC Kavitha, who is currently in Tihar Jail in...

    Two men gangrape woman surviving on scraps

    In Hyderabad, a woman who collects scraps of papers...

    Eatala says BJP is essential for Malkajgiri development

    In Gajularamaram, Qutubullapur assembly constituency, BJP Malakajgiri candidate Eatala...

    Jagga Reddy: NaMo excels on social media but RaGa is the true leader

    In Hyderabad, PCC working president T Jagga Reddy stated...

    Delegates from Iran and India came together in Hyderabad to strengthen ties between the two countries, with a focus on promoting women empowerment during the Iranian Food Festival. The Meet and Greet event was organized by the Consulate General of Iran in Hyderabad, in collaboration with FIEO, CD Foundation, and Entrepreneurs Club-World.

    During the event, Mohammad KhalilurRahman highlighted Hyderabad’s potential as a destination for investment, technology, and more. He emphasized the strong historical connection between Hyderabad and Iran, predicting that the relationship would continue to grow in various sectors, including fashion.

    - Advertisement -

    Dr. Fariduddin Faridasr, the Cultural Counselor of the Islamic Republic of Iran, expressed the importance of showcasing Iran’s culture and building bridges between the two countries. Aliya Baig, a Make-up Artist, spoke about the need for gender equality to become a reality rather than just a dream.

    Also read:  42 candidates file nominations on the first day in Hyderabad

    The delegates noted the similarities between Iran and India, particularly in terms of clothing design and fashion styles. They believed that events like summits, seminars, and fashion shows would help strengthen the relationship between the two countries and facilitate business exchanges.

    - Advertisement -

    Charu Das, director of CD Foundation, highlighted the vibrant atmosphere of the food festival, which allowed guests to experience Iranian culture firsthand. The fashion show at the event showcased Iran’s rich fashion sector, with Charu Das expressing optimism about potential collaborations between Iran and Hyderabad.

    Overall, the event aimed to foster cultural exchange and business opportunities between Iran and India.

    Also read:  MLC Kavitha's bail petition to be heard at Rouse Avenue Court
    - Advertisement -
    Rajesh M
    Rajesh M
    Latest News from Hyderabad, Telangana, India & World!

    Follow us


    Contribute News

    You can contribute an article to Telangana Tribune by dropping a mail at

    Latest stories


    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here