Lisa Jackson, Vice-President Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives at Apple, said partnering with the Malala Fund has been a great moment for the company and will help improve the situation of at least 1,00,000 girls
Malala movie Gul Makai teaser: The gripping video begins with a voiceover by Kabir Bedi, “When God said Jihaad he meant the spirit of fighting all that is dark and benevolent. But the need and greed of some human beings changed that meaning into something else.”
Her stern words contrasted with her effusive praise last year for Canada’s embrace of refugees under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. At the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, Malala also questioned Trump’s record on women’s rights.
Gul Makai: The first look of Gul Makai, which is inspired by the life of Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai, has finally been revealed. The film has been directed by Amjad Khan.
A website wrote a satirical news and said Tesla’s Roadster from Space “has fallen back down to earth and crushed Malala Yousafzai”! The news quickly went viral and the two had an hilarious conversation online that made people’s day!
Many in Pakistan reject her. Her own country remains impervious to her message.
But here is the bitter truth : The fans and followers of the world’s youngest and Pakistan’s only woman Nobel Peace Prize winner celebrated her homecoming only on Twitter, not on the streets.
After meeting Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Malala Yousafzai said she was excited to be back in Pakistan for the first time since she was shot by Taliban militants in 2012.
In the welcome accorded to her in Pakistan, there are heartening signs of change
Last week on Twitter, Malala Yousafzai had expressed a longing for her homeland. She now lives in Great Britain. Yousafzai is currently studying at Oxford University.
Malala met a number of government and business leaders from across the world and said many of them expressed their commitment in joining hands with her to help send the girls who have not been able to go to school.
Brimming with excitement while talking about India, Malala said, “The support that I have received from India has been overwhelming and I want to thank everyone in India for their love and support. I get so many letters of support from India”.
Malala Yousafzai, during an interaction at the ongoing World Economic Forum at Davos, emphasised on how investing in girl child education is one of the ways by which the government and business sector can contribute towards women empowerment.
From celebrating the fact that she became a UN Messenger for Peace to her getting accepted at Oxford University, Malala Yousafzai’s list of achievements inspired many online, leaving them spellbound.
While it is yet to be confirmed by verified sources that it was indeed Malala Yousafzai in the photo, the strong resent and trolling that many on the Internet resorted to, because they couldn’t stand a 20-year-old choosing to wear what she wished to, reached dangerous levels.