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  • ފެބުރުއަރީ 6، 7 : އެމީހުން އޮތީ ރާވާފަ، އެތަނަށް ވަރަށް ގިނަ މީހުންނަށް ފަތިސް ނަމާދަށްވެސް ކިޔާފަ

    ފެބުރުއަރީ 6، 7 : އެމީހުން އޮތީ ރާވާފަ، އެތަނަށް ވަރަށް ގިނަ މީހުންނަށް ފަތިސް ނަމާދަށްވެސް ކިޔާފަ

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  • Architects Association Maldives at MACI Build Expo 2012/13

    Architects Association Maldives at MACI Build Expo 2012/13

    Several businesses, service providers and various other organizations participated in the MACI Build expo 2012/13  (Maldives Association of Construction Industry) which was held from January 29-31. The newly formed Architects Association Maldives had a stall at the expo. We stopped to have a chat with some of the founding members and participants at their stall. UPDATE: The below article is extracted from the Architects Association Maldives website. All the models that were exhibited at the expo had been destroyed and dumped […]

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  • Snack for Society

    Snack for Society

    Letting off Steam or Getting Burnt! Unless you have mastered the art of patience, temper is no stranger to you. Temper is the state of mind with respect to annoyance or irritability that could have an assortment of colors in a variety of shades, and is accompanied by a range of energies. Colors extend from mild irritations to full fledged rage. Surprisingly enough, despite the lack of background in acting, each one of us could display an amazing number of […]

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  • Snack for Society

    Snack for Society

    The Quest for Inner Peace. Seg.1 Through time, regardless of the color, race, religion, sex or even the financial status, people have dedicated themselves on this quest. Countless books have been written on the topic where people have researched and developed exercises, step by step guides, secrets or even shortcuts you could use to achieve inner peace. Theories have been developed and discussed exclusively for women, busy people or other target groups. While some people are claiming that music, yoga […]

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  • Snack for Society

    Snack for Society

    From an infant to an Adult Upon the birth of a child the family, particularly the parents begin their expectations from it. Then on, begins the unconscious race. But before you charge ahead and go all berserk, how many of you have wondered about direction you are so relentlessly racing towards? Or much less the destination? Some parents bring up their children assiduously by the book. Not a single step is taken askew. Others meet the books halfway including experimental […]

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  • KalhuSai Bow Meehunge Ihthihard #KSBMI: 04 – Badhige TV

    KalhuSai Bow Meehunge Ihthihard #KSBMI: 04 – Badhige TV

    Thoughts. Constantly evolving in our minds, speculating on all around us. However insignificant a thought may seem to be, you never know what it can expand into unless it is shared. The unshared thought simply drowns in oblivion, taking along with it the plethora of other ideas and opinions that hearing this thought might have bred in other minds. Emmenge presents an excerpt from a conversation where one such thought is shared, and branches out into a myriad opinions.

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  • A Political Storm

    A Political Storm

    The Original Dhivehi article written by one of our contributor, Adheeb  can be found here. Translated by Mariyath Mohamed . Click link below each image to play media. This is a response to the Haveeru article, dated 27th January 2012, which focused on the speech given by Dr. Waheed on the occasion of the Independence Day. The text in bold is a translation of what Dr. Waheed stated in the Speech published in Haveeru. Having sailed into a political storm, 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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