After years of struggle, the working class women of Maldives are succeeding in earning the seats they deserve at the helm of the nation. Today we find independent, educated and successful women leading every industry, be it politics, tourism, business management, engineering, health or even education. Women are rising through
Today’s geopolitics is heavily influenced by the advent of online and social medias. The interconnectivity between all the demographics today bypasses all physical and virtual borders. But the abundant connectivity also comes at price. The public is now more than ever, susceptible to misinformation. On 9th December 2020, the EU
A recent headline reads “Opposition members visit Pakistan, what is their purpose?”. The article published in a local news has been highly circulated albeit with negatively reaction by the public. The article alleges that opposition Vice-President MP Ghassan Maumoon along with the Maldivian former Chief of Defense Force Major General
The turn of the 20th century was marked with an unprecedented wave of globalization aided by the fast growing airline industry. And with improvements in communication due to the declassification of military technology from the world war 2, ironically aided in bringing the world closer. Thus began the Third Industrial
COVID 19 has without a doubt devastated the fragile economy of the Maldives. Decades of repetitive economic policies to cash in on the nations beautiful islands and beaches with little regulation on maximizing income and nonexistent penalties on tax evasions has made our nation exceedingly dependent on the tourism sector.
On 17th November 2018 Ibrahim Mohamed Solih from Lh.Hinnavaru swore in as the 7th President of the Republic of Maldives. This was marked with promises of transparency and good governance. Shortly afterwards, President Solih assured to the public that his administration will have a “zero tolerance” for corruption and soon