Abdulla Sobah is one of the most famous local chefs working in Maldives currently. The winner of numerous awards, both local and international, Sobah has been working in the culinary industry for more than two decades now. It took a bit of effort, since Sobah is such a busy individual, but Eat magazine finally managed

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Hearing that a 22-year-old girl is a pilot may be unbelievable, but Aiminath Adam, 22, born unto Male, is a co-pilot for Island Aviation Services (IAS) – the national airline of the Maldives. She is also the first female pilot who wears the veil. Though she wears Pakistani clothes, the veil and sits in a

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Many Maldivians have come to think of global warming as a phenomena that only threatens low-lying island nations like the Maldives. But in 2009, a Maldivian swimmer backpacked to the high Himalaya, to discover similar environment threats there.   This is the story of Ahmed Imthiyaz, a former Olympic swimmer, who trekked from sea-level to

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For many Malaysians and tourists visiting the country, booking taxis has always been a nuisance. Sometimes the taxi would not have a functioning metre or the metre might be rigged.   However, that is gradually changing, thanks to a new innovative service launched by a team of business professionals and programmers led by Maldivian developer,

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I’m strapped into my backward-facing seat on an unusually looking windowless plane. It’s rather dark and I can hear the gunning of the engines and howling wind despite the huge cranial with built-in ear muffs the size of my fist strapped to my head so tight my jaw hurt.   I cinch the four-point harness

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