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· January, 2011

Stories about Maldives from January, 2011

Maldives: In Solidarity with Egypt

The ongoing protests in Egypt have ‘electrified’ netziens in the Maldives. These uprisings have a special significance to the Maldivians as it brings back flashbacks of pro-democracy protests held only...

Maldives to Egypt: Can a Revolution be Censored?

When the Egyptian government decided to go for a total Internet shutdown of the country to curb the growing anti-government protests, people in the Maldives were reminded of 13 August,...

India: Kashmir – Beyond the Troubled State

Maldivian blogger Hassan Ziyau recently visited Srinagar, the capital of Indian controlled Kashmir and blogged about the other side of Kashmir which often fails to capture the limelight.

Maldives: No Plan To Combat Terrorism

Hassan Ziyau complains that a full proof plan to combat religious terrorism has been absent during the tenure of successive governments in Maldives.

Maldives: Dominance Of The Expatriates

Mohamed Naahi wonders what can be done to reduce the growing number of foreign workers in Maldives.

Maldives: Thaana Fonts On Android

Jawish Hameed posts how Thaana fonts of the Divehi language can be installed in Android OS.

Maldives: Wither Happiness?

Haumaldives explains how the Gross national Happiness of Maldivians remained stagnant for the past two years since Maldives under went the transition to democracy.

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