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  • Your need in utilizing the Online Storage Areas

    Day by day, the cafes, legal consulting, and securities companies deal with more and more files. Everybody has heard that it is inextricable to keep it all and to make a search for the needed data room providers documents. It is clear that in these modern days, you are in a position to deal with the Secure Online Data Rooms but not all the companies make bold to get using the Electronic Repositories. Why do not they make use of […]

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  • Greetings

    This is my first post

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  • Hello world. This my website!

    Hello world. This my website!

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  • Custom essay writing

    In the contemporary world, many college students have engaged into custom essay writing. They log in to these essay writing services (watch top-5 list here) in order to get some help with their assignments. However, some students are not able to get help due to lack of finances. According to various research, most of these websites require the students to pay for the assignment the want. The sites offer different types of essay writing services. The most difficult assignment that the […]

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  • Love Palestine, hate racism

    Love Palestine, hate racism

    The Maldives is probably one of the most faithful supporters of Palestine, and our relationship with the people of Palestine goes beyond diplomacy. Maldivians see Palestinians as their ‘Muslim brothers and sisters’ and as long as I can remember there has always been a prayer for the people of Palestine included in our Friday sermons. We have vowed to ‘stand shoulder to shoulder with Palestine’ in its bid to gain full membership at the UN and it would not be […]

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  • Reflections on 2012

    Reflections on 2012

    It’s the end of 2012 and what a year it has been. Almost one year ago I remember having a conversation with someone who wrote a daily blog for 365 days in 2011 – he wrote pieces on his wedding day and even during his honeymoon! I was inspired by his commitment and although my blogging ambitions were different to his, I had a lot of fun writing whatever I could manage in what turned out to be a very […]

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  • President Nasheed at Klimaforum09. CC Flickr, By niOS

    He was neither Mandela nor Mugabe: A Tribute to President Mohamed Nasheed

    Whilst many Maldivians celebrate the recent forced resignation of President Mohamed Nasheed, at this critical juncture, it is also important to remember the role Nasheed played in transforming the social and political landscape of our country. Nasheed is the country’s first ever democratically elected leader and his rise to power marked the beginning of the democratisation process and most liberating era that the country has experienced in over half a century. Internationally, he is hailed as a crusader for democracy, […]

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  • Lightpainting. CC Flickr, By ABSattar

    Maldivians at a crossroads with religion

    I was once at a presentation where someone stated that ‘today, Maldivians are at a crossroads with Islam’. Coming from a country that likes to claim that it is a ‘100 per cent Muslim’ country and continues to believe and enforce the idea of religious homogeneity, at all costs, I thought it was a very interesting and daring statement to be said in the public domain. Whilst some of us like to deny the reality, these words hit home for […]

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  • UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay. Photo Gemima Harvey

    For those who say there is no room for discussion on the issue of public flogging in the Maldives – Here’s one for you

    13th July 2011 – Foreign Minister of the Maldives, Ahmed Naseem meets Hillary Clinton in Washington and states “Both the United States and Maldives have the same ideals, and we strive to create democracy in Maldives…. we have been successfully broaching the democratic transition (in the Maldives). I think that was the pivoting of the Islamic awakening … And we are working very closely on the – in the areas of human rights in Geneva”. (Source: http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2011/07/168473.htm) 27th November 2011 […]

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