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Page added on December 13, 2009

Minivan News launches Dhivehi edition

Minivan News yesterday launched a Dhivehi version of its highly-regarded independent English language news website for the Maldives.

The Dhivehi edition will regularly feature stories, letters and opinion pieces selected from the English site for their interest to our Dhivehi readers. Dhivehi fonts can be downloaded here.

The Dhivehi edition is the latest in a series of expansions to the Minivan News website, which have included a well-received comments section and greater capacity for photos and images.

To alternate between the Dhivehi site and the English edition, click the link at the top left of the page.

As part of our rapid expansion we have also launched a journalist recruitment program, and are keen to hear from both Dhivehi speakers with experience in journalism and potential trainees who would like to pursue a career in reporting. Click here for further information

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2 Comments on "Minivan News launches Dhivehi edition"

  1. engr. abdul gafur on Fri, 17th Feb 2012 6:32 PM 

    i read the paper regularly. it,s nice. i shall be glad if all sectors are published,like agriculture, forestry, fishing, tourism, administrative units. social culture. vintage wisdom, holistic living, mysticism, ask the expert, spiritual destination, environment like times of india.and some topics on religion. thnx editor.

  2. Mohamed Shareef on Sun, 9th Sep 2012 8:12 PM 

    Minivan news please

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  • Bebe: If this govt is really smart they will do something about this runaway problem of expat employement. Of course we need them where we lack skills but they are...
  • DMF: First step in removing the ability for foreign journalists from exposing the true face of what is happening on the streets. Next step will be all local...
  • ali: Trying to defend a Constitution that’s not worth defending? We had better start over and create something that’s worth defending first! The current...
  • maldivian: This is a very good move. There is absolutely no justification for allowing work permits for foreign photographers. It is not a skill that we are short of....
  • epa: “How would they know what they caught before they fish it out of the water?” Really? This video shows otherwise. They knew exactly what was at the end of...
  • epa: Clearly, what can be seen in the video is cruel and in no way an appropriate way to handle protected species! They were dangling the shark on a hook until it was...
  • Vman: “They were released into the sea, unharmed” Really? There is no point releasing the shark as it is clearly dead! There are several other dead sharks...


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