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‘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."

Tamil Nadu: Labour crisis grips Tiruppur as UP migrants return home over increased job opportunities with the consecration of Ram Mandir

Tiruppur's loss has benefited apparel units in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. The Noida apparel cluster houses 3,000 units and expects to generate Rs 40,000 crore in export revenue this fiscal year.

“Next time you want to take holiday, go to Sri Lanka”: Sri Lankan leaders thank EAM S Jaishankar for promoting Sri Lankan tourism

Multiple credit lines and currency support from India under its "Neighbourhood First" policy began to help Sri Lanka gather stability in is path to economic recovery.

Boycott Maldives: Superstar Nagarjuna cancels trip to the archipelagic nation, to visit Lakshadweep instead

Nagarjuna further asserted that the derogatory comments made by the three Maldivian ministers were in bad taste adding that PM Modi represents 1.5 billion Indians and is respected globally.

“We depend on India for food…”: Maldives residents raise concern over India’s ‘Boycott Maldives’ campaign

In addition to providing essentials like food, water and infrastructure, and higher education, India has also been a major support for Maldives in the arena of medical tourism.

Boost for domestic tourism: SpiceJet announces plan to launch flights to Lakshadweep and Ayodhya soon

Spicejet announces plans to launch flights to Lakshadweep and Ayodhya

Maldives’s tourism industry condemns derogatory comments towards PM Modi and Indians, calls India a close ally who has always helped

Maldives' tourism industry condemned derogatory remarks by deputy ministers targetting PM Modi and people of India

Who is Mr Sinha, the Indian X user, who triggered entire Maldives with his simple tweet that eventually led to suspension of 3 Maldivian...

While Indian netizens in clear words objected to the derogatory words used against their country and Prime Minister by the Maldivian leaders, Mr Sinha raised in a significant point in a follow-up post

Racist comments on India prove costly: ‘Ease my Trip’ cancels flight bookings to Maldives, co-founders urge Indians to visit Ayodhya and Lakshadweep instead

'Ease My Trip' holds an 8.1% market share in all online travel bookings in India. As such, the snub will cost significantly to the tourism industry of Maldives.

No new inquiry for holidays in Maldives; impact of boycott will be visible in coming days: Indian tour operators

Mariyam Shiuna, Malsha Shareef, and Mahzoom Majid were suspended over their remarks against PM Modi, which triggered a massive backlash

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