- High Commission of India welcomes the signing of the addendum TATA agreement
- JP test drives “One Team, One Ideology” campaign
- Judiciary is independent from undue influences- Judge Naeem
- Minor Hotel Group supports new Maldives Tourism Campaign
- Only traitors will try to defame the law enforcement and national defence force- Gasim
- China: Maldives partner in national development
- Those that require backdoor for security reasons will be entered through the backdoor- Judge Abdulla
- Smoking is forbidden- Sheikh Nasrullah
- Managing Director of Al Fathuh Umrah and Hajj Group taken into Police custody for fraud
- Maldives wins Indian Ocean’s leading destination award
- Criminal Asset Confiscation and Financial Investigations Symposium concludes
- Grand mufti: Drugs more dangerous than A-bombs
- Sisilfar appeals not to accuse all Hajj Groups because of the mistake of one
Maumoon bestowed with the title of “Honorary Leader”
Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, DRP’s retiring leader and former President of the Maldives was bestowed with the title of Honorary Leader of the party during the third congress of DRP by an amendment proposed to the charter of the party. The decision was unanimous.
According to the amendment Maumoon, who also founded the party will always be referred as the “Honorary Leader” of the party. According to the amendment post of the honorary leader would be a ceremonial post, but party’s president can always seek Leader’s advice in important matters. According to the amendment, to avoid confusion, political head of the party would now be referred as the president of the party and president’s four deputies would now be referred as Vice-Presidents.