Monthly Archives: March 2010

Government disparagingly denigrated to the judiciary.

Separation of powers is a distinctive feature of the current constitution, where the power to formulate justice is subjected to impartiality of the judiciary. The constitution is reasonably unambiguous. The executive power vests to the president; his party would be … Continue reading

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Does Islamic-extremism count as a sect of Islam?

During the era of prophet majority was Muslims. Muslim forces, invaded the neighboring territories for the sake of ISLAMIC DHUWA. History envisages that mostly, once in a blue moon, the hypocrites win the battles. Muslim power was broadened throughout the … Continue reading

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Hilath States that my post on “controversy over the freedom of religion” is an implicit intimidation.

Hilath, being a journalist have attained tremendous outcomes. He contributed to the Daily News paper “HAVEERU”, where I was quite young. I was heard about Hilath, long ago: but I never express rumors which may effect his reputation. I heard … Continue reading

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Controversy over the freedom of speech

It’s evident from the past history that freedom of speech was barred through the legislation. However, the current constitution was emerged for the said reason. The said right was deprived in respect of the state-harmony. Unfortunately the Blue Constitution states … Continue reading

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Georgia and the Republic of Maldives established diplomatic relations

MARCH 11, 2010 Permanent Representation of Georgia to the United Nations New York, NY Press release Georgia and the Republic of Maldives signed a joint communiqué on the establishment of diplomatic and consular relations. According to the joint communiqué, Georgia … Continue reading

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Floating golf course in Maldives to counter threat of global warming

London: Reports indicate that the Islands of the Maldives is poised to build a floating golf course and convention centre in what could be the first of a series of futuristic off-shore developments designed to counter the threat of global … Continue reading

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Switzerland referendum on providing lawyers for animals

A nationwide referendum is taking place in Switzerland on a proposal to give animals the constitutional right to be represented in court. Animal rights groups say appointing state-funded animal lawyers would ensure animal welfare laws are upheld, and help prevent … Continue reading

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