Today, a taxi driver refused to put my guitar in to his dicky, apparently admitting it as ‘Haraam’ to take. However, he was ready to fit all of my luggages including a DISH and its Receiver in to his car dicky but not the guitar. I am confused and terribly worried of this. I wonder … Continue reading Taxi driver refused to take my guitar in the taxi
This afternoon I was sitting on a bench near National Art Gallery located in the Sultan Park. In a while my attention was caught by roaring sound of a bus engine. Within next hour or so I went on to see several buses maneuvering to get in and out of the stop in front of … Continue reading Bus service in Malé gaining momentum
This is how I know Muaa. One of my close friend, a girl known as Shiza (not the real name) joined Youth-TV with lot of enthusiasm, creative knowledge and with a strong ambition of building a firm career in the field. At the time the young 18 year old girl was doing some screen testing … Continue reading Another aspect of the guy recently sacked from mnbc over leaked photographs of Reeko Moosa
After reading your (http://terryanzur.blogspot.com/2010/05/fashion-statements.html) article “Fashion Statements”, right away my fingertips scrolled on the keyboard to write an opinion on this topic. Occasionally I read your blog and this is the first time I am giving my thoughts in to one of your article. Well, in Maldives Hijab was not a common seen until beginning … Continue reading Along with political freedom women wearing Hijab increases in Maldives
Propaganda news are being spread by the government control TV channels concerning the recent week-long protests held in Malé over high commodity and consumer prices. Such misinformation is carried by government control MNBC and Malé TV a privet channel partly owned by State Minister for Housing and Environment Mr. Akram Kamaaluddin. I was able to … Continue reading Government media attempts to connect recent protests with Uchchu.