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Feb 20, 2018
MEA urges Maldives govt to implement SC order, abstain from extending emergencyEven as the Maldives' parliamentary committee on national security passed a resolution to extend the ongoing state of emergency by an additional 15 days, India said that it expected that the emergency in the Indian Ocean archipelago nation will not be extended
Feb 07, 2018
Maldives crisis: India must consider military option in Male, can't afford Chinese vassal state in backyardIndia must take stock and understand the game China is playing in Maldives, and not rule out military intervention from its basket of tools to mitigate a tricky situation in our neighbourhood
Feb 06, 2018
Maldives crisis: Police arrests chief justice on corruption charges; Opposition terms Emergency 'unconstitutional'The unprecedented incident took place just hours after President Abdulla Yameen had declared a state of emergency after refusing to comply with the supreme court's Thursday order to release political dissidents.
Feb 06, 2018
Maldives crisis updates: Experts rule out 'Operation Cactus'-like Indian intervention amid country's political crisisMaldives President Abdulla Yameen declared a 15-day state of emergency in the honeymoon islands, before heavily armed troops stormed the country's top court and a former president was arrested in a deepening political crisis.
Feb 04, 2018
Maldives crisis: Abdulla Yameen ready to hold early polls as protests continues over release of political prisonersEven as political unrest continued to grow after a court ordered the release and retrial of political prisoners, Maldives president Yameen Abdul Gayoom on Saturday said that he was willing to hold an early presidential election to allow voters to decide who they want to lead the Indian Ocean archipelago.
Feb 03, 2018
Maldivian government resisting Supreme Court order to free political prisoners, alleges OppositionThe Maldivian Opposition accused President Abdulla Yameen of resisting local and international pressure to comply with a landmark Supreme Court order to free nine political prisoners