Agence France-Presse | Wednesday March 6, 2013
Former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed was freed on Wednesday after his overnight detention sparked anti-government protests that led to the arrest of over 80 opposition activists, police said.
Written by Amitabh Revi | Wednesday March 6, 2013
The Maldives ex-President Mohamed Nasheed walked out of court today a free man a day after he was jailed for evading arrest warrants. The court has also postponed his trial for four weeks. Mr Nasheed's lawyers requested for a delay in the trial until...
Written by Amitabh Revi; Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Wednesday March 6, 2013
Ex-Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed was arrested dramatically by special operations police in the capital Male' on Tuesday. Helmeted police dressed in full riot gear, some with balaclava masks detained Mr Nasheed after a lower Hulhumale' court orde...
Written by Amitabh Pashupati Revi | Sunday March 3, 2013
Ex-Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed has told NDTV the political uncertainty in his country is giving China room to make inroads in the Island archipelago. Speaking from the capital Male', Mr Nasheed said, "Well, there is instability in the Maldives...
Amitabh Pashupati Revi; Edited by Sindhu Manjesh | Saturday March 2, 2013
Former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed, who had taken diplomatic sanctuary at the Indian High Commission in Male last month, has told NDTV, "If I face arrest again, I hope India and the international community will intervene more robustly and make...
Reported by Amitabh Pashupati Revi | Friday March 1, 2013
Days after leaving the Indian diplomatic mission, former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed has reiterated that there was an understanding between New Delhi and the Maldivian government that prompted him to leave the Indian mission in Male. He, howev...
Amitabh Pashupati Revi | Saturday February 23, 2013
Eleven days after dramatically seeking shelter at the Indian diplomatic mission, former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed, equally dramatically, walked out of the High Commission today.
NDTV.com | Saturday February 23, 2013
The Indian High Commission issued a press statement soon after Maldives' former President Mohamed Nasheed left the premises of the embassy office. The former president has been in refuge in the Indian High Commission in Male since February 13.
Press Trust of India | Saturday February 23, 2013
Ending eleven days of stalemate, ex-Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed today walked out of the Indian High Commission in Male where he was holed up since last Wednesday to evade an arrest warrant.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 20, 2013
A high-level team of officials from Ministry of External Affairs arrived in Male today to "assist" Indian High Commission to resolve the situation arising out of former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed taking refuge in the Indian Mission for the ei...
Press Trust of India | Tuesday February 19, 2013
Stepping up pressure on India, Maldives on Monday pressed for facilitation of the arrest of former President Mohamed Nasheed against whom a fresh court warrant was issued on the sixth day of his stay at the Indian High Commission here.
Reuters | Monday February 18, 2013
Maldives police on Monday said a court warrant had been issued to arrest former President Mohamed Nasheed, who remained in the Indian High Commission after taking refuge there six days ago.
Written by Amitabh Pashupati Revi | Monday February 18, 2013
India has rejected a strong protest note handed over to the High Commissioner in Maldives DM Mulay who was summoned to the foreign ministry on Sunday.
Press Trust of India | Sunday February 17, 2013
Maldives today summoned Indian High Commissioner D M Mulay in Male and lodged a protest after former President Mohamed Nasheed remained holed up at the Indian mission for the fifth day.
Press Trust of India | Saturday February 16, 2013
Former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed remained holed up in the Indian Mission here for the fourth day in a row even as the country's judicial watchdog accused Indian High Commissioner D M Mullay of interfering in judicial process.