Poor housing schemes and the rise of the #RiseRT movement

With the hashtag #RiseRT, islanders have initiated a social media movement to draw attention to the grave consequences of the Maldives' extreme centralization and the discriminatory housing programs implemented by the Government.
There has been a recent discussion on the social media, about the housing problems and how it has affected people from the outer atolls and also citizens of Male'. 
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Towards healthier and happier workplace

Environmental turbulence is synonymous with the working conditions in many industries across nations. The resulting volatility and the constant change place immense pressure on employees which ultimately affects their emotional...
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The bleeding budget of Aasandha

Despite all the difficulties Maldivians have in terms of their way of life, finances, or even their economic situation, there is one thing for which we can all express some...
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Debt and taxes - two things certain in Maldives

These days when it comes to the Maldives, most of the discussions either revolve around poor housing, increased corruption, and the increasing country's national debt. In the most recent news,...
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Debt and taxes - two things certain in Maldives

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Upgrading to 5G connectivity

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Telecommunication services were first introduced to the Maldives way back in 1988 with the inception of Dhivehi Rajjeyge Gulhun Public Limited (Dhiraagu). With 41.8 percent Government shares and 6.2 percent...