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Thursday February 09, 2012 01:34:35 PM, IANS

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Colombo: A court in Maldives Thursday ordered the arrest of ousted president Mohamed Nasheed and former defence minister, a media report said.

The Criminal Court ordered the arrest of Nasheed and former defence minister Tholhath Ibrahim Kaleyfaanu, reported

In a bid to shore up his power, new Maldives President Mohamed Waheed has appointed two new ministers including army colonel Mohamed Nazim, who will be the minister of defence.

Violence erupted Wednesday in capital Male after Nasheed, who quit the previous day, took to the streets along with thousands of his supporters.

The police and army attacked the protesters who were shouting slogans against new President Mohamed Waheed and alleging that his taking office was illegal and undemocratic.







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New Delhi,27 Jan 2012-IGNOU Vice-Chancellor M Aslam receiving the "Best teaching practices Award" from noted film director Prakash Jha at the India Today Aspire education summit 2012,in New Delhi on Friday. Also in picture India Today Group's Rekha Puri.

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