Purtova Angelina was arrested on January 27 this year when she arrived in the Maldives from Sao Paulo, after allegedly trying to smuggle 2.5kg of cocaine into the country.
“I am deeply saddened to note that individual level action to control diseases spread by small insects is not being taken. The result is the increase in dangerous diseases such as dengue and scrub typhus and deaths,” said Health Minister Dr Mariyam Shakeela.
“The reason we are doing this to express our grievances. Our discontentment with salary and allowances, lack of resources and and other issues we face in teaching,” stated Mausoom Saleem of Thaajuddheen School, Malé.
The 24 hour event – which has attracted 40 local developers concluded today at 4pm. Software developers have come together at the event to work on a variety of interesting and inspiring projects – competing with each other to win a set of prizes sponsored by numerous partners.
With the acting high commissioner citing “unprecedented fiscal problems” for the closure, a former Bangladeshi high commissioner to the Maldives has described the closure as a “wrong move”.
After refusing to attend the Juvenile Court for further questioning over an allegedly misleading report yesterday, Human Right Commission members received an official summons to appear before judges this morning.
“The ongoing misconception that because the youth of the nation are a protected and cherished group, they are exempt from consequences is a very harmful one,” writes Moonis Muneez.”But the sad truth is that such thinking often results in many youth with untapped potential getting caught up in criminal or anti-social behaviour and paying a hefty price for it.”
Some 116 individuals were released on parole with conditions following consideration of “age, health, type of medical treatment, time and circumstance, compassion, and behaviour,” the President’s Office revealed in a statement.
Following the introduction of an amendment which would make foreign pension contributions voluntary, the pension office has given a further six weeks before collecting money from expatriate workers, many of whom are concerned about the scheme.