Friday, May 24, 2024



Gesture of goodwill: Maldives thanks India for $50 Million budgetary support

The Maldivian government revealed that the decision to rollover the treasury bill was made after a request by Maldives' foreign minister Moosa Zameer to his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar when the former visited New Delhi last week.

Won’t happen again: Maldives’ Foreign Minister on Maldivian ministers’ derogatory remarks about PM Modi

Following derogatory remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Maldives Deputy Youth Ministers Mariyam Shiuna, Mahzoom Majid and Malsha Shareef have been suspended indefinitely

Hostile Maldives? Indian tourists assaulted, Israeli woman kicked out as tiny Island nation sinks deep into Islamic radicalisation

The Maldives Parliament recently unanimously voted on a resolution condemning Israeli aggression on Palestine, thus prohibiting the entry of Israeli passport holders and the import of Israeli-made goods.

Suspended Maldives Minister Mariyam Shiuna, who was removed for a derogatory post against PM Modi, now apologises for insulting Indian flag with a fake...

After facing massive backlash, Mariyam Shiuna has now extended her “sincerest apologies” for insulting Indian flag with a fake poster.

‘We need not fall into their mouths again’: Maldives minister Mariyam Shiuna, who abused PM Modi, opposes taking help from India, posts fake poster

The post by Mariyam Shiuna, seeking support for the ruling Maldivian party PPM, mocks the Ashoka Chakra of the Indian National flag.

India permits the export of essential commodities at the request of the Maldives government

The Indian government has agreed to allow export of essential commodities at the request of Maldives.

Stop being ‘stubborn’, seek dialogues with neigbours to overcome financial challenges: Ex-Maldives President Solih advises incumbent Mohamed Muizzu

Muizzu recently made conciliatory comments towards India in the wake of the upcoming Parliament elections in Maldives on the 21st of April.

Maldives: President Mohamed Muizzu, who earlier led ‘India Out’ campaign, now pleads Modi govt for debt relief

President Muizzu stated that India will continue to remain the Maldives' "closest ally" and emphasized that there was no question about it.

Indian tourists in Maldives drop by one-third after derogatory comments against India and PM Modi by Maldives’ ministers

The row erupted after three Maldivian deputy ministers made derogatory comments against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, over his pictures from the visit to Lakshadweep.

‘We are sorry’: Ex-President of Maldives apologises, accepts that boycott by Indians has badly hit the country

Mohamed Nasheed, who served as the President of Maldives between 2008 and 2018, urged, "So, I think that this matter must be ironed out. We must go back to our usual relation."

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